Patient-centricity is key when it comes to providing effective healthcare. Currently, some of the most exciting opportunities lie within the development of digital health technologies that can help manage diseases, improve outcomes for patients, and positively support healthcare professionals to improve the provision of care.
In order to be effective, digital solutions need to be built around patients and their specific needs. Digital solutions that are effective in the real world must be designed to support patient tasks and goals whilst also being engaging to use. In other words, they need to be built with patients and not for them.
Join our industry experts as they discuss their thoughts on the healthcare 4d’s (Diagnostics, Drugs, Data & Devices) and how these key areas will truly influence patient outcomes in the future.
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David’s medicines discovery career spans three decades and has resulted in the progression of four candidate molecules into clinical development. As head of technology development, he is responsible for advancing LifeArc’s capabilities to make drug discovery more accurate, timely and relevant to human disease pathophysiology. With a focus on data and computational methods, David has recently concentrated on complex data visualisation and the augmented data laboratory using VR and AR.
Hakim is the CEO and Co-Founder of Closed Loop Medicine, a UK based healthcare company innovating at the interface of digital health, digital therapeutics and drug therapy backed by Longwall Venture Partners, IQ Capital and BGF.
He joined CLM from the Northern Health Science Alliance Ltd, the pan-Northern health partnership which brought together for the first time 20 research-based NHS hospitals, the North’s Academic Health Science Networks and Universities to collaborate on improving healthcare services and outcomes for 15 million people.
He holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge and in 2017 he was awarded an OBE for services to Healthcare Technology and the Economy. Hakim is also the Chair of the Northern Ireland Health Cluster – Health Innovation Research Alliance Northern Ireland.