Health Foundry & DigitalHealth.London present: 5x5x5 Pitches #7 Theme: Artificial Intelligence

Wednesday, November 22, 2017 - 18:30
Health Foundry

DigitalHealth.London and Health Foundry are pleased to invite you to their next 5x5x5 event.

5 Artificial Intelligence companies will be given the unique opportunity to pitch their idea for 5 minutes to an audience of NHS colleagues, innovators, potential industry partners, and investors, who will give 5 minutes of feedback. We aim to connect pitchers and the audience with real-world perspectives on whether proposed solutions hit the right notes.

If you are a digital health innovator or company that has an Artificial Intelligence related idea or product that could transform the way healthcare is delivered, this is the event for you.

A chance to get to the nitty gritty of your digital health business or idea, with honest, constructive feedback on how to tell your brand story from the people that matter.

To pitch, fill in this short Google form:

Applications for pitches close on Thursday 8th November and successful pitchers will be notified by Friday 10th November. 

  • 6.30pm - arrive for networking drinks
  • 7pm - pitches and feedback starts
  • 8pm - networking drinks & nibbles
  • 9pm - close

About Health Foundry

Health Foundry is a new collaborative workspace for people using digital technologies to improve health and wellbeing. We are funded by Guy's and St Thomas' Charity and are based at Canterbury House opposite St Thomas' Hospital in Waterloo.

About DigitalHealth.London

DigitalHealth.London was set up in response to the London Health Commission’s recommendation for the creation of a digital health hub. The programme is a collaboration between the three London Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs): Imperial College Health Partners, UCLPartners and the Health Innovation Network, plus the Mayor of London and Academic Health Science Centres (AHSCs). It draws upon leading NHS experts with world-class insight to pioneer the development, commercialisation and adoption of digital technologies in health and social care to improve health outcomes.

Health Foundry

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