World HealthEx Forum Keynote Speaker Update

Wed, 11/10/2017 - 16:30

The World HealthEx Forum – the ‘Davos’ of Life Sciences, will bring 250+ leading minds, KOLs and commercial leaders together under one roof for eight industry sub-sector leaders forums

The 13th November sees invite only, Chatham House Rule discussions and case studies from some of the world’s leading minds across pharma, biotech, government, payers and providers. The day will finish with a clear roadmap and actionable outcomes designed to benefit the future of healthcare.

The 14th November, in exclusive partnership with Jefferies LLC, sees leading corporates deliver showcase presentations in front of an audience of global $bn funds and earlier stage investors.

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We are also delighted to announce updates to the plenary keynote speakers for the World HealthEx Forum on 13th-14th November.

Garry Kasparov, former World Chess Champion, writer, and activist, will be joining our closing plenary panel on 14th November, hosted by Silence Therapeutics, and taking part in the discussion on the power of big data, genomics, and how to harness outcomes with tailored therapies.

Sir Richard Sykes, Chairman of the NHS Trust, will outline his vision for the NHS and the future of healthcare, how it is evolving with disruptive healthcare technologies and services, and what the UK’s health service could look like in the next 15 years.

Sir Andrew Dillon, Chief Executive at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, will explore how the concept of value differs from the points of view of pharma, biotech and payers, and how value can be evaluated and measured.

Jane Griffiths, Global Head at Actelion, will discuss early stage integration with J&J and position Actelion’s global ambitions within the context of an ever-changing, outcome-focused environment.
Hubert Birner, Managing Partner at Europe’s largest life science VC firm TVM Capital, will discuss how the healthcare investment landscape is evolving and if investments in healthcare are enough to ensure the best drugs and technologies are available to patients.

Download the brochure for the full agenda and speaker line-up.

We hope to see you there.