LSX’s Healthtech Leaders Conference Launches Virtually Sept 15-18

Digihealth Leaders from IBM, Twitter, NHSX and Phillips discuss healthtech innovation

London, England – September 2, 2020 - In this new world of uncertainty, it has become more important than ever that innovators, investors, and adopters of health tech innovation are able to connect and continue their vital work. From September 15-18, LSX’s Healthtech Leaders will host a virtual conference for health tech leaders to facilitate partnerships and collaborations for healthcare transformation. The four-day virtual event is designed to engage healthcare companies with hundreds of international investors, strategic partners, and providers. The uniqueness of this c-level online showcase and partnering experience will deliver equal, if not even greater value as attending an in-person event. 

Among the confirmed speakers are pharma and commercial leaders from Novo Nordisk, Philips, Ipsen, Bayer; investors from Boston Millennia Partners, DigiTx Partners, Octopus Ventures, HLM Ventures; payers and providers from NHSX, Boston Children’s Hospital, Centene, NHS Digital; innovators from Livongo, Twitter, IBM, and Plug and Play Tech Centre (full speaker list here). Across four days, the online experience will combine executive panels, interactive CEO forums, company showcases and video-enabled 1:1 partnering for all participants. 
The video and audio-enabled partnering will be delivered through a unique web-based content platform called Swapcard. This powerful AI-driven platform will enable easy networking by allowing the pre-arrangement of video-conference meetings 2 weeks from the event and for the duration of the four days. Healthtech Leaders Virtual offers a brand-new virtual experience and highlights the importance of health tech innovation during COVID-19. 
To learn more or register to attend, please see the Healthtech Leaders’ website and follow us on Twitter @LSXHealthTech

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