Join us October 22 for a networking hour and seminar on how companies and universities access regulatory bodies in the United Kingdom to bring innovative new products and services into the National Health Service. This is the largest single-payer healthcare system in the world — don’t miss this seminar to ensure you know how to bring your new technology to patients and clinicians in a major global market.
Our speaker, Dr. Andrew Rose, works in Liverpool at the North West Coast AHSN to develop the Life Sciences and Health sectors across the region by supporting collaborations/networking, business growth, and wider strategic initiatives, particularly those focused on research and innovation.
North West Coast Academic Health Science Network
The North West Coast AHSN is a network of NHS organisations, universities and businesses to identify areas of need, speed up the adoption of innovation, identify and enable research, and create wealth, with consequent benefits for the health and wealth of individuals, communities, regions and the nation. The NWCAHSN covers a population of 4 million residents and is delivering a step change in the way the NHS identifies, develops and adopts new innovative products and services.
The NWCAHSN is one of 9 HSN’s in England which have “innovation scouts” based in 25 NHS Trusts who are tasked with bringing in new treatments, technologies, etc. They are the bridge between companies, hospitals, Universities and regulatory bodies.