Frazer-Nash will be showcasing its experience of delivering solutions to the healthcare sector at the SEHTA International MedTech Expo and Conference 2020 on 28 September.
Organised by the health technology network, South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA), this online event aims to drive collaboration between businesses, healthcare providers, clinicians and academia. Its core goals are to help delegates to: understand the complexities of healthcare support, and the challenges of accessing the NHS; identify current clinical challenges in the NHS and; navigate the regulatory, legal and intellectual property issues of the medical technology sector.
Frazer-Nash MedTech lead, Anna Will, said:
“We’re looking forward to having one-to-one discussions with delegates at the SEHTA MedTech Expo, and finding out more about their challenges. We’ve got a track record of providing solutions to healthcare organisations, developing the innovations and tools needed to deliver diverse care pathways.
“Our strong links with academia and industry help us to work collaboratively to develop technologies and products that meet current and future health needs; and we can advise on component selection, supply chain development, and design for manufacture best practice. Come and talk to us on the 28th, and find out how we can help you create the technologies that save lives.”
The conference will feature a live webinar session on ‘Post-COVID-19 and the new normal’, as well as a number of speaker sessions. These include a keynote address from Professor Reza Razavi, Vice President and Vice-Principal of Research at Kings College London; plus speakers from the small business research initiative (SBRI), the National Institute for Health Research’s (NIHR’s) Invention for Innovation (i4i) Programme, and Innovate UK. The presentations will be pre-recorded, and available for delegates to watch at the time that best suits them.