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MedTech Integrates Draft Agenda 2022

JUNE 2022

KEYNOTES, FIRESIDE CHATS AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

PLEASE NOTE The agenda and timings have not been finalised so maybe subject to change.

DELEGATES WILL BE FREE TO CHOOSE FROM TRACK 1, 2 or 3 AT ANY TIME.

Welcome

Welcome

Opening

Opening Remarks

Fireside Chat

Fireside Chat

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DETECTION

How can accelerate early disease diagnosis and enable more effective monitoring?

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PROTECTION

How do we overcome the barriers to funding, regulation and supply chains which are adding complexity and cost to MedTech development?

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PROJECTION

What will MedTech products look like in the future, and how can we acclerate their development?

Session 1

Make yourself at home

Home diagnostic testing has become routine during the pandemic. How could we build on this to enable more effective disease diagnosis from the comfort of our homes?

Normal distribution

With Brexit and the pandemic disrupting supply chains, how can we ensure this does not hamper the development and distribution of med tech devices?

Disposable income

With growing concerns on climate change and focus on sustainability, how are ensuring that med tech devices are durable and recyclable?

Session 2

Resistance is futile

How can medical technologies be used to fight antimicrobial resistance and healthcare associated infections?

Can I help you?

Assistive technologies can be life-changing for those who require personal support and care. Are we doing enough to develop products to enhance quality of life?

You wear it well

Wearables aren’t just for wellness. Are we making the most out of wearable technology?

Session 3

Just a touch

The pandemic has led to a rise in inactivity and a lack of effective clinical monitoring. This has had a huge impact on patients with necropathy. How can we improve remote monitoring of disease and enable patients to more effectively manage their care?

Money market

Funding is always a rate-limiting step in product develop. How can access EU grant funding, and what is the UK doing to plug the gap?

You’ve got the look

Aesthetics are incredibly important in product design and usability. Are we designing with patients in mind?

Session 4

Mind over matter

Early diagnosis of neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinsons disease are critical to treatment and prognosis. How can we accelerate early disease detection?

Regulation, regulation, regulation

The evolving regulatory landscape across the UK, EU and US is complex and confusing. How do you prepare your regulatory strategy to enable a rapid route to market?

Early doors

Now that we are no longer part of the EU, can and should we make the UK a hot spot for early approval?

Session 5

Without a trace

Medical tracer technologies are routinely used to detect cancer, but emerging nanotechnologies have the ability to treat as well as trace. What do we need to do to accelerate their adoption?

Supplies supplies

Both the pandemic and Brexit highlighted the importance of secure supply chains. How can digitisation and tracking technologies ensure supply chain efficiency and security?

Predicting the next pandemics

Do we have the technology and infrastructure to enable us to rapidly predict and respond to the next infectious disease pandemics?

Closing

Closing remarks

Welcome

Opening Remarks

Fireside Chat

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DETECTION

How can accelerate early disease diagnosis and enable more effective monitoring?

Session 1:

Make yourself at home

Home diagnostic testing has become routine during the pandemic. How could we build on this to enable more effective disease diagnosis from the comfort of our homes?

Session 2:

Resistance is futile

How can medical technologies be used to fight antimicrobial resistance and healthcare associated infections?

Session 3:

Just a touch

The pandemic has led to a rise in inactivity and a lack of effective clinical monitoring. This has had a huge impact on patients with necropathy. How can we improve remote monitoring of disease and enable patients to more effectively manage their care?

Session 4:

Mind over matter

Early diagnosis of neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinsons disease are critical to treatment and prognosis. How can we accelerate early disease detection?

Session 5

Without a trace

Medical tracer technologies are routinely used to detect cancer, but emerging nanotechnologies have the ability to treat as well as trace. What do we need to do to accelerate their adoption?

Closing Remarks

 

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PROTECTION

How do we overcome the barriers to funding, regulation and supply chains which are adding complexity and cost to MedTech development?

Session 1:

Normal distribution

With Brexit and the pandemic disrupting supply chains, how can we ensure this does not hamper the development and distribution of med tech devices?

Session 2:

Can I help you?

Assistive technologies can be life-changing for those who require personal support and care. Are we doing enough to develop products to enhance quality of life?

Session 3:

Money market

Funding is always a rate-limiting step in product develop. How can access EU grant funding, and what is the UK doing to plug the gap?

Session 4:

Regulation, regulation, regulation

The evolving regulatory landscape across the UK, EU and US is complex and confusing. How do you prepare your regulatory strategy to enable a rapid route to market?

Session 5:

Supplies supplies

Both the pandemic and Brexit highlighted the importance of secure supply chains. How can digitisation and tracking technologies ensure supply chain efficiency and security?

Closing Remarks

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PROJECTION

What will MedTech products look like in the future, and how can we acclerate their development?

Session 1:

Disposable income

With growing concerns on climate change and focus on sustainability, how are ensuring that med tech devices are durable and recyclable?

Session 2:

You wear it well

Wearables aren’t just for wellness. Are we making the most out of wearable technology?

Session 3:

You’ve got the look

Aesthetics are incredibly important in product design and usability. Are we designing with patients in mind?

Session 4:

Early doors

Now that we are no longer part of the EU, can and should we make the UK a hot spot for early approval?

Session 5:

Prediciting the next pandemics

Do we have the technology and infrastructure to enable us to rapidly predict and respond to the next infectious disease pandemics?

Closing Remarks

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