Expert Voice

How can we utilise technology to enhance preventive healthcare and what incentives could drive behavioural changes among potential future patients? 

While at HLTH Europe, there was a notable focus on preventative healthcare, accompanied by tense remarks about the profitability of preventive technologies versus treatments for existing illnesses. Another aspect of this discussion highlighted the challenge...

Editor’s Question: FemTech innovations

At only 25 years old, I have seen a cultural shift in how we approach female health. From teaching young boys to stop associating periods with “GROSS!”, to young girls and people born with female anatomy being empowered to openly discuss their...

Why CIOs need a secure strategy for output management 

In today’s rapidly changing cybersecurity landscape, it is important that companies invest in a robust defence against digital vulnerabilities – but output management is one area that is often overlooked. This complex environment can be...

NHS partnership challenges in medical entrepreneurship 

We hear from Professor Tara Rampal, Consultant Anaesthetist, and Managing Director and Founder of QuestPrehab, a virtual prehabilitation service that prepares patients, mentally and physically, for major surgery or cancer treatment. Rampal tells us their...

Kooth’s transformative impact on digital youth mental health services 

In this exclusive interview, we hear from Kate Newhouse, COO at Kooth. A pioneer for digital mental health support, Kooth’s honourable mission has excelled in achieving life-changing support for young people across the UK and the US. Newhouse speaks...

The HealthTech skills gap is growing – could Latin America hold the key? 

Iffi Wahla, CEO and Co-founder of global hiring platform Edge, discusses how hiring a global virtual workforce can close the skills gap.  Ask any senior business leader what one of their main challenges is and they will undoubtedly mention finding the...

Personalised medicine: The transformative trend revolutionising life sciences 

In modern-day life sciences, patient-centricity will be the force driving precise medical interventions. Personalised medicine is gaining prominence as it promises to strengthen decision-making on prevention, diagnosis and treatment by decoding an...

How the onboarding of technology into UK’s pharmacies will support the wider healthcare ecosystem  

Santosh Sahu, CEO and Founder of Charac, The Pharmacy App, dives into the importance of technology in supporting UK pharmacies.  Today, the UK’s NHS system is overburdened and under-resourced. Across all divisions, there are issues of overwhelm...

What technology will make the PM’s ‘Smoke-free’ generation possible and what technology may prevent the objective? 

In October 2023, UK Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, announced the new legislation to create a smoke-free generation.  The legislation will make it an offence to sell tobacco products to anyone born on or after January 1, 2009. In effect, the law will stop...

Q&A: John Klepper, CEO, Pipra 

Pipra AG has developed life-changing Artificial Intelligence to prevent postoperative delirium (POD), a condition prevalent in those over 60 who undergo routine surgery, however, a huge 70% of cases go undiagnosed. With our ageing population, more and more...

Transforming oncology with MVision AI 

After their recent adoption from Cork University Hospital, we speak to Jarkko Niemelä, CEO and Co-founder of MVision AI, about the power and potential of their solutions in revolutionising oncology, cancer radiotherapy and decreasing medical...

Unnecessary hysterectomies: Interview with Dr Katsnelson, Founder and CEO of USA Clinics Group 

Dr Katsnelson, Founder and CEO of USA Clinics Group, a parent company for several healthcare centres including USA Fibroid Centers, sheds light on the alarming prevalence of hysterectomies in the US. Uterine fibroids, affecting 26 million American women,...