Health2Health United Kingdom

Buyer Business Category
Mr Mike Boseley

HealthTech and Medicines KTN United Kingdom

The Health KTN is dedicated to accelerating innovation & technology exploitation in the health industries sector. This includes the Medical Biotechnology, Medical Technology, Diagnostics and Pharmaceutical industries.
The Health KTN will help you connect with other organisations to catalyse innovation. This could include companies, the science and clinical base and the public sector from both within and out with your sector. It does this through running events and workshops for practitioners and innovation leaders in its priority areas and creates awareness of funding vehicles at the public-private sector interface.
The KTN  also manages Innovation Platforms (IP’s) which are areas of activity around an area of societal demand and challenge, as well as looking at key priority areas within our sectors.
Innovation Platforms
•Assisted Living Innovation Platform
•Detection and Identification of Infectious Agents

Priority Areas
•Regenerative Medicine
•Novel Therapies
•Emerging Medical Technologies
•Stratified Medicine
•Clinical Need
•High Value Manufacturing
•Synthetic Biology
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The KTN is pleased to be supporting  on our stand the ALIP Project ‘CO-MODAL’ represented by Coventry HDTI
Coventry University Health Design & Technology Institute supports the development of new and innovative community healthcare products and services. Focusing on independent living for older people, people with disabilities and chronic health conditions. 

Mrs Sarah Forson
Knowledge Transfer Manager 

HPCI Media United Kingdom The new-look Building Better Healthcare will bring you the latest intelligence about developments in the built environment and the medical devices and equipment required to provide excellence in patient treatment and care. So, whether you want to know about the procurement or development of new healthcare buildings, design best practice, or be among the first to find out about new medical devices and technologies, Building Better Healthcare must be your first port of call.   Key focus areas will reflect current health sector issues including carbon reduction, infection control, healthcare IT, telehealth, architecture, construction, EFM, and, of course, product news and launches. Building Better Healthcare will also provide details of industry suppliers and manufacturers, as well a information on innovative projects and purchasing activity.     The Building Better Healthcare Awards have been recognising, rewarding and celebrating the best practice in world class architecture, design, facilities and estates management for over 15 years. But that's not all, no healthcare building or environment are fit for purpose without the people, technology and equipment that meets the needs of each patient.   The 2012 awards will recognise excellence in productivity, patient outcomes and patient experience by the people, built environment and technology that will help define and inspire the future of our healthcare.  
Seller Business Category
Ronald Magali
Sponsorship Sales Manager 
Mr Stephen Fontana
Business Development Manager 
Mr Colin Bailey - Wood
Managing Director