AI Driven Health: Transforming Care

AI in healthcare represents one of the most promising frontiers in medicine, offering the potential to improve diagnostics, treatment personalization, patient care, and operational efficiencies. The global AI in healthcare market size in 2024 is valued at 21 billion dollars and is forecast to increase to 150 billion dollars by the end of the decade.

This year’s Industry forum is designed to be a melting pot of expertise and vision, bringing together leaders in med-tech and biotech, pioneering engineers, clinician-entrepreneurs, and regulatory specialists. This event is a platform for multidisciplinary collaboration and sharing insights that drive the future of healthcare.

Our focus will be on three main themes that are critical to the integration of AI in healthcare:

Innovation and Patient Care: Exploring how AI and robotics are transforming patient care, from diagnostics to treatment. We will delve into the latest advancements in AI-driven technologies and their impact on clinical outcomes, patient experience, and healthcare efficiency.

Regulation, Ethics and Cybersecurity: Navigating the ethical considerations and regulatory landscapes is vital for the integration of AI in healthcare. Discussions will cover privacy concerns, data protection, ethical AI use, and how regulatory frameworks can evolve to support innovation while ensuring patient safety and trust.

Collaboration for Future Healthcare: The future of healthcare lies in collaborative efforts. This theme emphasises the importance of interdisciplinary partnerships between academia, industry, and regulatory bodies. We will explore successful case studies, challenges, and strategies for fostering collaboration to accelerate the development and adoption of AI technologies in healthcare.

 Date: Wednesday 26th June 2024 

 Time: 14:45 – 15:45 




Dr Junaid Bajwa

GP, Appraiser (NHSE), Board Member University College Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Hugh Harvey

Managing Director, Hardian Health

Dr Rebecca Pope (she/her)

UK Digital & Data Science Innovation Lead, Roche

Dr Susan Thomas

Clinical Director, Google Health



Dr Hutan Ashrafian

Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Imperial College London