The South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA), a not for profit health network support organisation is working with MedCity through funding from the GLA to help understand and meet the needs of London-based small medtech and diagnostics companies.

How to Access the NHS workshop – 12th July

As part of this programme, the partnership invite you to join us for our  “How to Access the NHS” Workshop taking place on Tuesday 19th July at City Hall, London, supported by Kent Surrey Sussex  Academic Health Science Network (KSS AHSN).

This workshop will take place in the main chamber of City Hall which has fantastic views of the City of London, with refreshments in the viewing gallery.

Despite the challenges of selling to the NHS, it remains a very important market for health technology products and services. Further if you can sell to the NHS, it opens doors overseas.  So what does it take to succeed?

Join us at this NHS-focused event for presentations from clinical, value proposition, procurement and evaluation experts –and a chance for one to one meetings with speakers.

To register please click https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-access-the-nhs-workshop-tickets-25926927137

 

London Innovation Surgeries – 26th and 28th September

As a follow on to our  ‘How to Access the NHS’ WorkshopKSS AHSN and SEHTA supported by the GLA in partnership with MedCity, DigitalHealth.London and Enteric HTC are pleased to announce that we will be holding two London Innovation Surgeries at Queen Mary University, Whitechapel Campus on 26th & 28th September.

Rob Berry, Head of Innovation at the KSS AHSN and Dr David Parry, CEO of SEHTA are offering free one to one hour long appointments for health companies to help review NHS value propositions and market access strategies for high value products or services which are on or close to market.

Companies who have products and/or services which they believe could be sold to the NHS and care sector can apply for a free appointment.

To apply for your innovation surgery slot and for further information, please contact clare.ansett@sehta.co.uk