Themes were treated as diverse as Big Data, medical imaging, UX and gamification, clinical trial and validation. In addition to regulation, immersive technologies, deep biomedical engineering, AI, 3D printing, medical devices and biosensors, standards, precision medicine and genomics along many other relevant topics.
The outputs of these discussions help us shape the IET’s strategy for supporting the health and care system that empowers people to lead healthier and more independent lives. Dr Rachel Jones, Director at Instrata, had the pleasure of attending the event and shares her experience from the event.
Rachel is a highly experienced innovation and strategy leader who helps organizations to shape new strategies, products, and services for people. Previously, Rachel established and led Hitachi’s Co-creation Centre in Europe and was responsible for engaging C-level executives from other organizations in co-creation activities. She also led projects in behaviour change for obesity, pre-diabetes support, and disease screening programs for the NHS.
Prior to joining Hitachi, Rachel worked at Innovate UK where she co-led the digital health program and led a series of health data projects at the Digital Catapult. Rachel founded and ran a successful innovation and design agency for over 10 years where she was responsible for securing and managing global projects for corporate clients, such as Microsoft, Vodafone and Transport for London. She set up and managed a multi-disciplinary team of researchers, strategists, and designers that operated internationally.
Rachel is a recognised leader in innovation and design and sits on various academic and industry boards.