27th July 2017 14:00
As part of the parent programme being run by the Medical Sciences Division at the University of Oxford, TheHill team are delighted to announce a five-month long "Digital Health Experts in Residence" programme, with fantastic digital industry experts 'in residence' for one day per month, with a half-day of 1-on-1 sessions, each on the fourth Thursday of the month from April through to August.
On Thursday 27 July 2017, you have the opportunity to get world-leading expertise and advice about digital health ideas you may have, or digital health projects you’re currently working on.
In order to make the most of what is a limited amount of time during the one-on-one sesssions, it’s important to be as clear as possible with your idea and vision. One great way of doing this is to use the Business Model Canvas, which is a free tool to help you visualise and clarify all the main components of a startup. Enterprising Oxford has a short blog post on this topic which includes a link to download a copy of the canvas and we recommend you read it for a short introduction – http://www.eship.ox.ac.uk/business-model-canvas-explained. The EiR days have now had a small change, with slightly extended (though fewer) one-to-one sessions, and we’re especially keen for people to engage who are interested in being part of TheHill Accelerator later in the year. If this is you, please signup, then download your Business Model Canvas, especially focusing on your Value Proposition, and come and talk to our experts on 27th July, before it is too late!
The following experts will be in Oxford for one-to-one sessions from 2pm to 5pm: Stefania Marcoli leads teams in healthcare projects at the world famous frog Design in Milan, Italy. Stefania was involved in designing early Apple products. David Cole has worked at IBM for over 18 years and now works within IBM’s artificial intelligence arm, Watson. Outside of IBM, David runs Thinking of Oscar, a charity which supports children and their families whilst in hospital care by funding projects and innovation beyond what is supplied by the NHS. Dr Neil Bacon is a former nephrologist with a clinical and academic career spanning 18 years. In 1998 he founded the multi-award winning Doctors.net.uk and has also launched iWantGreatCare.org. Dr Alex Pasteur is a partner in F-Prime Capital, a global venture capital firm investing in healthcare and technology, with over $2 trillion in assets under management. Joel Haspel is Director at GE Healthcare Finnamore with particular expertise in working within the NHS system, health informatics, management consultancy and whole system change. Thursday 27 July will be the penultimate of five Digital Health Experts-in-Residence events, a programme being run by The Hill, Oxford's healthcare ideas and innovation lab situated at the heart of Oxford’s medical, academic, digital and entrepreneurial communities, catalysing a generation of globally impactful healthcare innovation. It is open to patients, carers, nurses, doctors, healthcare professionals, designers, developers, researchers, business leaders and investors. If you are interested in booking a 20-minute slot with one of our experts on the afternoon of Thursday, 27 July 2017, please register and then email firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a limited number of slots, so please register to avoid disappointment.
More information on our Experts-in-Residence can be found on TheHill website – http://www.thehill.co/experts-in-residence/ WHEN – Thursday, 27th July 2017 from 14:00 to 17:00 WHERE – Big Data Institute, University of Oxford, Li Ka Shing Centre for Health Information and Discovery, Old Road Campus, Oxford OX3 7LF
The Hill is Oxford's healthcare ideas and innovation lab situated at the heart of Oxford’s medical, academic, digital and entrepreneurial communities, catalysing a generation of globally impactful healthcare innovation. It is open to patients, carers, nurses, doctors, healthcare professionals, designers, developers, researchers, business leaders and investors. Whether you are in ‘the system’ or feel like you are currently outside of it, it's the place to come for support and inspiration in solving the big healthcare challenges of the day. A partnership between Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the Oxford Academic Health Science Network and Digital Health Oxford, our vision is to help build the next generation of healthcare projects and businesses. This encompasses: Network and Community Encouraging and growing the community through collaborations with universities, hospitals, the digital industry, patient groups and other communities such as Digital Health Oxford. Support Find mentors and team members, researchers, clinicians and patients. Learn about growth, markets and clinical implementation. Access core business support and funding. Geography Co-working space, events, and core business support in a digital health physical hub. Located at the nexus of the OUH Trust, Oxford's digital community, and universities. For more information and to be put on our mailing list, please visit http://thehill.co.
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