HealthTech Forum 2024

23 May 2024 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Thursday 23 May 2024

We are delighted to invite you to join us at the RHN for the HealthTech Forum 2024, where pioneers in the intersection of Information Technology and Healthcare will convene to address pressing challenges and propel the industry forward.

This conference is a dynamic forum for professionals, researchers, and experts dedicated to solving problems and advancing healthcare through seamless data integration. Explore cutting-edge strategies and breakthroughs as we delve into the intricacies of IT in healthcare, focusing on actionable solutions to complex issues. Engage in thought-provoking discussions on data interoperability, security, and analytics, with a keen eye on improving patient outcomes and operational efficiencies.

Join us in this collaborative journey where innovation meets real-world problems. Whether you are a healthcare practitioner, IT specialist, researcher, or industry leader, the HealthTech Forum is your platform to share insights, gain knowledge, and drive positive change in the evolving landscape of healthcare technology. Together, let’s unlock the potential of IT to transform healthcare and shape a healthier future for all.

Our speakers will include:

  • Dr Philip Ashworth – Chief Operating Officer, PatientSource
  • Dr Michael Brooks – Chief Medical Officer, PatientSource
  • James Chapman – Co-Founder, Decently
  • Dr Andrew Creagh – Head of AI/ML, Sanome
  • Dr Sophie Duport – Associate Director of Research, RHN
  • Craig Millard – Vice President Research & Development, QuickSilva
  • Phillip Moorcraft – Vice President of Sales Americas & UK, Adaptive Care
  • Toby Roberts – Associate Director of Information and Technology, RHN
  • Benedikt von Thüngen – CEO and Founder, Sanome


£97 in-person attendance, including refreshments throughout the day and hot buffet lunch
£41 online attendance

Register here

For more information and registration please call 020 8780 4500 ext 5141 or email