Webhelp are delighted to be announced as an official partner again at this year’s LSX World Congress taking place in London on 3rd and 4th May.

Now in its 9th year, the LSX World Congress is the leading partnering, strategy and investment event in Europe, with qualified 1:1 partnering at its core.

The event brings together the CEOs and senior decision makers from the world’s most innovative biopharma, medtech and healthtech companies with investors, R&D leaders and industry KOLs.

Representing Webhelp are Emma Bouché, Head of Healthcare at Webhelp UK, and Tom Houston, Healthcare – Client Partner, Gobeyond Partners (part of the Webhelp Group).

A keynote panel hosted by Webhelp takes place on the morning of day two of the congress entitled ‘Driving Greater Adoption of HealthTech Innovation Within the NHS and Ensuring a Patient Centric Experience’.

Tom Houston will moderate from Gobeyond Partners, joined by four speakers – Emma Bouché, Head of Healthcare, Webhelp, Michael Macdonnell, Global Head of Healthcare, Huma, Toby Basey-Fisher, CEO & Founder, Entia and Dr Ian Allwood, GP Partner, Bridge House Medical Centre.

The panel will focus on topics such as:

• What are the challenges of HealthTech adoption and how we can overcome this?• How can HealthTech innovation solve the long-term challenges faced by healthcare systems like the NHS?• Aligning patient/physician perspectives and empowering providers with the full potential of HealthTech solutions

Commenting on the panel, Tom Houston said:“There is widespread acceptance that health technology will need to play a huge role in keeping health systems, including the NHS, afloat. But where are the greatest areas of impact and why?

“Most importantly, what are the fundamental steps needed to get it right from day one for patients and clinicians? In our panel discussion at LSX we’ll be joined by a range of healthcare and healthtech leaders to get to the bottom of these critical questions.”

Emma Bouché added:

“I’m really looking forward to joining this fantastic panel and discussing ways in which we can bridge the gap between healthcare technology innovation and its adoption within the NHS.“I truly believe that healthtech innovation can have a positive impact in addressing healthcare inequalities and be a real game-changer in ensuring that all patients have access to the latest technologies and treatments”.

Keep an eye out for first-hand highlights and key takeaways from our panel discussion.