Workshop – Building Apps for Healthcare
8th December, 10:00 – 11:30.
CHW Cluster is delighted to work with our DKIT colleagues, dconnect on this talk. The session provides insight into the unique challenges of building Apps for Healthcare
Drawing on the depth of experience of entrepreneurs who have faced and overcome the regulatory challenges the workshop will discuss the strategy and skills needed to bring Apps to the Healthcare marketplace.
The session will be open so that you can ask questions specific to your needs.
Speakers: Larry Breen, NearForm
Larry Breen is Head of Health & Life Sciences at NearForm.
An experienced Senior Global Business Executive, working in a range of businesses from Start-Ups through to Multinational Corporations, working extensively in software product development and the payments industry with extensive experience expanding companies’ operations into new geographies such as Ireland, EMEA and SE Asia.
Larry is able to problem solve, drive business transformation, improve operational efficiency, accelerate growth and work to derive maximum value for shareholders.
NearForm are experts in digital development and design and run every project according to a process that has been refined through years of experience delivering solutions that enable clients to scale and adapt as their needs evolve.
Thomas Coleman, Zendra Health
Thomas Coleman is the CEO of Zendra Health, an ISO 13485 certified MedTech company that helps healthcare organisations to easily digitalise service care pathway’s around a person’s needs, not just their condition. He has over 20 years of experience in analysing and developing high-profile projects from concept to delivery in industry-leading companies.
Zendra Health’s technology is being used to help healthcare organisations improve the offering of care in self-management of long-term conditions, older persons care, rehabilitative care, mental health, and in the Covid-19 response. The team has experience in building digital health solutions for world-renowned healthcare institutions such as Stanford University and Icahn School of Medicine, New York.
Register in advance for this meeting at Building Apps for Healthcare – dconnect