My HealthKit Toolbox

Brought to you by The Healthcare Group

Traditionally we have relied on visits to our local medical services to monitor our general health, to diagnose and prescribe solutions when we feel a little unwell and to assist us in managing long term health conditions.

Registration for this event is now closed.

About the event

At this half-day collaborative event taking place in Cambridge, we will challenge this new breed of capable commercial healthcare devices and platforms pitting them up against the established medical devices and robust data capture platforms, looking at aspects of usability and interoperability. From data sources to data storage, analysis and results to user feedback – the HealthKit toolbox is here, what will you build?

Register now to secure your place for this exciting afternoon of practical insight and collaboration.

The world is changing quickly and the younger generation especially are taking an active role in their personal health adopting wearable technology to monitor physiological changes and using social healthcare platforms for data comparison, support and for sharing experiences.

As health and fitness devices and platforms become mainstream their natural evolution will expand their capabilities challenging the traditional role of the medical device and pharmaceutical health platforms built around them. The younger generation will manage their personal health and fitness in a more convenient way using their smartphone as a gateway, with the expectation that the data captured will be stored, processed and displayed offering them wellbeing feedback together with the ability to share information with, family, friends and healthcare professionals alike.

Each speaker will present an innovative idea around issues including data storage/sharing, sensors, platforms, interoperability and paediatrics. Groups will then provide feedback to each speaker with the goal of creating a strategy for the realisation of the idea and to encourage cross discipline innovation.

You can follow @cambwireless on Twitter and tweet about this event using #CWHealthcare.

Hosted by TTP Group

TTP is an independent technology company where scientists and engineers collaborate to invent, design and develop new products and technologies.

View profile

In Partnership with EAHSN

Eastern Academic Health Science Network is one of 15 health networks.

View profile

In Partnership with Health Enterprise East

Health Enterprise East (HEE) is a leading NHS Innovation and Technology Consultancy based in Cambridge.

View profile

Agenda

Expand all

The information supplied below may be subject to change before the event.

12:00

Registration and networking over lunch

13:00

Introduction to Cambridge Wireless Healthcare SIG from Paul Winter of TTP

13:10

Welcome from the host, Richard Walker, Head of Wireless Communications Group, TTP Group

13:15

What the HealthKit is this?!; Steve Gowers, TTP Group

Steve explores the usability challenges as the line between personal fitness trackers and healthcare provision becomes increasingly blurred. With the number of apps and connected devices around the new Healthkit and Google fit platforms set to increase dramatically, how can we ensure patient safety and actually engage people to change behaviours?

13:30

Q&A

13:35

Secure Collaboration and Communication for Health; Brian Whittle, Uniquedoc Ltd

The talk will cover the basic concept of Uniquedoc and the pain points in Health Care Communication we have been focused on solving. I will then discus next steps for Uniquedoc.

13:50

Q&A

13:55

‘Patient-Controlled Records Disrupting Electronic Health Records; Dr Mohammad Al-Ubaydli, CEO, Patients Know Best®

Electronic health records have the wrong architecture for integrated care. Patient portals are EHRs' well-meaning but still incorrect solution to integrated care. Patient-controlled records are the only answer. Yet Google, Microsoft and now Apple have fumbled the opportunity by leaving out the professionals. But the disruption of EHRs by PCRs has already happened – and this talk will show this with real-world examples

14:10

Q&A

14:15

Refreshment and Networking

14:45

Health Apps - Will they save the NHS?; Julie Bretland, Founder, Our Mobile Health

This presentation will cover an overview of the health apps market and provide an insight into some of the innovations we’re seeing as well as some of the barriers to uptake and some potential solutions.

15:00

Q&A

15:05

HealthSuite Digital Platform; Paul Thijssen, Philips

In order to connect systems (and devices) to seamlessly exchange health data across the continuum
of care, from professional healthcare delivery to remote continuous personal health solutions, Philips
has launched HealthSuite Digital Platform, an open ecosystem of connected mobile and sensorenabled
devices. In this talk I will give a high level overview of this platform and use it as a basis to
discuss insights.

15:20

Q&A

15:25

Introduction to Group Sessions by Rob Blake of Philips

 Group A: The young drive fitness and healthcare future - Facilitated by Paul Winter
 Group B: “OK Madam I’ve input your results into my app, let me confirm the diagnosis
with my colleague in Brazil” - Facilitated by Rob Blake
 Group C: The electronic medical record is dead; long live the patient controlled medical
record - Facilitated by Peter Ferguson
 Group D: Building the future HealthSuite Platform - Facilitated by Michael Barkway

15:35

Group Session One

16:05

Change Group Session

16:10

Group Session Two

16:45

Comfort Break

17:00

Group Reports from the Facilitators and Open Discussions

17:30

Closing Remarks from Rob Blake of Philips Research

17:35

Fill in Evaluation Forms and Event Closes

Speakers

Mohammad Al-Ubaydli

Julie Bretland - Founder, Our Mobile Health

Steve Gowers - Human Factors & Design , TTP Group

Paul Thijssen - Senior System Architect, Philips Research Laboratories

Brian Whittle - Head of Business Development, UniqueDoc

SIG Champions

Peter Ferguson - Director for Healthcare Technologies , Arm

Peter is director for healthcare technologies at Arm and has been actively involved in the delivery of mobile and healthcare solutions since starting his Medical Electronics PhD in 1994. Based in Cambridge, UK, Peter is responsible for driving Arm's health strategies in Medical Sensors and Genomics. His remit is helping the healthcare industry to utilize Arm's high efficiency technology in developing new products and services. Peter has more than 20 years' experience working in the healthcare, mobile tech and pharmaceutical technology market and has been instrumental in delivering innovative mobile health solutions including wearable ECG, Mobile Devices, Adverse Event Systems and Portal Hospital solutions in the UK and China.

Peter Jarritt - Deputy Director, NIHR Brain Injury MedTech Co-operative

Peter is currently Deputy Director and technology theme lead for the National Institute for Health, Health Technology Cooperative for Brain Injury. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians as well as a Fellow of IPEM. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Centre for Healthcare Photonics at the Centre for Process Innovation. Peter has more than 20 years’ experience directing and delivering a comprehensive range of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering services at the highest level. Most recently Peter was the Clinical Director and Head of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Notable projects under his leadership were introduction of RFID technology at Addenbrookes to enhance utilization of medical devices in the patient environment and the integration of medical devices into clinical information systems in an e-hospital programme. Peter’s other Career highlights includes Chief Executive of Northern Ireland Regional Medical Physics Agency. He also served as President of the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) promoting the use of Physics and Engineering for patient benefit at national and international level.

Connect on linkedin

Nigel Whittle - Head, Medical & Healthcare, Plextek

Nigel is Head of Medical & Healthcare at Plextek, spearheading engagement with a range of clients in the medical device sector, helping them develop innovative technology around sensors, data collection, communications and related areas. Nigel has over 25 years’ experience in the global life science industry, in a wide range of senior scientific, commercial and managerial roles. He conducted research work at Genentech and Celltech, then at Cantab Pharmaceuticals he was responsible for all company product development, taking proprietary products into late-stage Clinical Trials. With the IP Group he established a programme of technology commercialisation from Kings College London, including start up and flotation of companies. Later, working for UK Trade & Investment, Nigel worked with a portfolio of overseas pharmaceutical companies to secure high-level investment into the UK’s R&D capabilities. More recently he has worked as a business consultant both as an independent and at Sagentia. His current interests include the development of wearable technology to support clinical studies, and the use of monitoring systems for assisted living.

Paul Winter - Senior RF Consultant, TTP Group

Paul Winter is a programme manager and RF engineer in the Communications and Wireless group at TTP. He has led numerous projects in commercial, industrial and healthcare sectors developing connected devices and precision instrumentation. Paul has a heritage in developing products integrating multiple wireless standards including GPS, GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and proprietary ISM band radios, deployed within multi-sensor systems for in-home and on-body applications, often coupled to 'Cloud' based analysis and visualisation services. In healthcare Paul has applied aspects of wireless, antennas and electronics to a number of medical devices including inhalers, glucose testing and point of care diagnostic instruments. Paul has also led several incubation projects for TTP's Carbon Trust Incubator, covering a wide range of cutting edge technologies. Paul joined TTP in 2006; prior to this he worked as a radio engineer for Global Communications developing high volume consumer in-home satellite and digital TV distribution equipment, as well as portable equipment for the 'on-location' broadcasting industry. Paul has a Masters degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from the University of Wales, Cardiff. He is a member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology, the Royal Academy of Engineering and is a Charted Engineer.

Connect on linkedin

Event Location

Open in google maps

Location info

TTP, Melbourn Science Park, Melbourn Hertfordshire, SG8 6EE

Related resources

Related events

  • CW (Cambridge Wireless)

    CW Clinics: The MPA Group

    Register now
  • CW (Cambridge Wireless)

    CW Clinics: J A Kemp

    Register now
  • CW (Cambridge Wireless)

    Designing low power IoT

    Register now

Subscribe to the CW newsletter

This site uses cookies.

We use cookies to help us to improve our site and they enable us to deliver the best possible service and customer experience. By clicking accept or continuing to use this site you are agreeing to our cookies policy. Learn more

Reserve your place

Join the CW network

CW is a leading and vibrant community with a rapidly expanding network of nearly 400 companies across the globe interested in the development and application of wireless and mobile technologies to solve business problems.

Sign in to your account

Please sign in to your CW account to reserve a place at this event and to qualify for any member discounts.

Start typing and press enter or the magnifying glass to search