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HIC announces Parliamentary launch and accelerator programme



Established on the March 1, 2021 by CEO, Hadleigh Stollar, Healthcare Innovation Consortium (HIC) are a digital health and care agency with a mission to implement, adopt and spread technology and innovation across the NHS, health and social care sector – using the right technologies for the right reason at the right time.

In this short space of time, the consortium have worked with NHS organisations, service providers, commissioners and innovators in establishing their various innovations within and across the health and care sector.

In October 2022 HIC have now stemmed their mission internationally by introducing the International Accelerator Programme (IAP).

This unique service has been designed with patient care at the centre.

IAP aims to bring technology into the UK from across the globe, to become a beacon of innovation whilst facilitating International Trade.

The IAP has been created to ensure suppliers and their technologies have a structured roadmap – minimising the risk of market failure and maximising market success.

The exponential growth of HIC has led them to officially launch the company at the House of Commons on the November 29, 2022.

Sponsored by three digital health suppliers, Xerox, Me Learning and Radar Healthcare, the Parliamentary Launch will celebrate the launch of HIC as well as the acceleration of digital innovation in health and care with over 140 delegates across the health and care sector, from CIOs, CCIOs, directors of, suppliers and MPs.

No event would be complete without a selection of guest speakers.

The event will begin with an introductory speech from the events supporting MP, Sir Graham Brady and feature inspirational talks throughout from senior c-suite opinion leaders including Prof. Sam Shah and leaders in genomic medicine, Stuart Bayliss and Neville Gaukroger.

To find out more on the event sponsors and speakers, please visit here.

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