The Digital Health Disruptors webinars feature interviews with a range of investors, entrepreneurs and executives who are leading the charge in healthcare innovation.
Webinar 1. Digital disruptors. An investor’s perspective
In Webinar 1, HolonIQ VP, Health, Vernon Baxter, interviews Adam Dakin, Partner at Dreamit Ventures, a Philadelphia-based venture fund, where he leads the HealthTech vertical. Dreamit focuses on late Seed and Series A ready digital health and medtech startups. Adam’s career has focused on building early stage venture-backed companies. He co-founded five health technology companies and served as CEO of three. He is an active angel investor and has served as a board director for 15 startups.
Webinar 2. Remote wellness. Sexual health by subscription
In Webinar 2 of this series, we talk to Chief Medical Strategy Officer of men’s health startup Numan, Professor Sam Shah. Having completed a $60M Series B round earlier in 2022, Numan’s digital subscription service focuses on tackling sexual health, hair loss, gut and lung health and nutritional deficiencies. Professor Shah is also the founder and director of the Faculty for Future Health at Ulster University and previously held the position of Director of Digital Development for the UK’s National Health Service.
Webinar 3. Pain points. Disrupting chronic pain management
The third webinar in this series features Dr Mala Mawkin, Chief of Staff at Leva Clinic, the UK’s first online chronic pain management clinic. Leva Clinic provides services to the UK’s National Health Service and the country’s largest pharmacy chain Boots UK. Dr Mawkin has featured on Forbes 30 Under 30, Vogue UK 10 Rising Female Stars 2018, Women of the Future UK Awards Finalist 2019 and was named one of the “UK’s Most Influential People in Digital and Tech” in the 2021 BIMA 100 List.
Webinar 4. Picture of health. How teleradiology is transforming health diagnostics
Teleradiology is the transmission of radiological images, such as CT scans and X-Rays, to a location that is remote to where the patient is imaged. Separating the processing of images from the place of capture provides the potential for ’round the clock interpretation of images by global teams of radiologists. As part of this webinar series, we speak with Stuart Quin, CEO of teleradiology company Medica Group, to hear how advances in AI are unlocking the potential of teleradiology and reducing costs globally.