digital health virtual network
information, learning and connections in Digital Health
The Digital Health Virtual Network (DHV-NET) provides opportunities for learning and interaction coupled with high quality information.
We help senior decision makers to develop a broad understanding of digital health and in-depth knowledge in areas of special interest.
DHV-NET provides an efficient, novel and engaging way to maintain an up to date understanding and network in this broad and fast-moving field.
Get involved by registering your interest in our invite-only, monthly networking events link below; a unique experience in post-covid networking. These events connect the digital health ecosystem around key themes, delivering high quality content from leaders in the field combined with rapid introductions and thoughtful breakouts.
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Where next for wearables?
MAY 13th 2PM-4PM (london)
please register your interest on the linkedin event site using the link above. PLEASE NOTE We typically have several hundred expressions of interest but CAN only ACCOMMODATE A GROUP SIZE OF 50 maximum. THESE are curated, invite-only, events DESIGNED for senior decision makers (typically C-suite digital health companies, investors, execs from multinationals, NGOs and HCPs). subsequent to registrations of interest, we share Links to the ticketing site with those who fall within these categories.
Karen established Deloitte UK’s Centre for Health Solutions in November 2011. The Centre is the independent research arm of Deloitte’s Life Sciences and Health Care (LSHC) practices, providing a trusted source of relevant, timely and reliable insights on emerging trends, challenges and solutions.
The Centre combines creative thinking, robust research and industry experience to develop evidence-based perspectives on some of the biggest and most challenging issues facing our life sciences and healthcare clients to help them to improve their efficiency and cost-effectiveness and, importantly, benefit the patient.
Karen is a member of the Institute of Chartered Public Finance and Accountants and has extensive experience in leading research into healthcare and life-science issues in the UK and internationally. In 2002, Karen received an OBE for her work on Health Value for Money Audit work. Between 2011 and 2021, Karen was a Non-Executive Director at Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust where chaired both the Quality and Safety Committee and for the past four years the Audit Committee.
Siddharth Saha, MHM, BSc. is the Vice President of Research for the Medical Technologies program area within Frost & Sullivan’s Healthcare practice. In this role, Siddharth’s main function is providing thought leadership and big picture business implications of research conclusions to commercial and executive teams within stakeholder organisations in the healthcare space.
Apart from providing operational and commercial leadership for the research business within the healthcare practice, he also uses his experience in hospital operational issues, clinical workflows and real time healthcare industry analysis to design, execute and deliver professional services based on actionable market insights and advisory services.
Siddharth has a passion for analysing the role of technology and innovative business models in solving the myriad of challenges the healthcare industry currently faces. He works closely with leading medical OEM’s, ICT firms, technology start-ups, new entrants in the value chain and, the investment community, as they assess commercially sustainable value propositions in the healthcare business sector.
Flavia is a passionate entrepreneur, health-tech enthusiast & former Google employee aiming to create a world free of stress related diseases through smarter breathing.
She is the co-founder & CEO of iBreve, a company that develops wearable self-care solutions that focus on prevention and promote healthy living. Through her work she gained extensive experience in understanding user needs and developing wearable technologies.
Prior to her entrepreneurial journey she worked as Product Lead for Google Image Search in Legal Operations at Google. Flavia won Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur for Dublin City and was named among the Forbes’ Top 50 Women-led Startups Disrupting Health Tech.