• The National Lifesciences Expo, which is an integral part of the National Healthcare Expo being held on 26th November at Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, will highlight the key trends and challenges facing the sector, while also showcasing the latest innovations and developments in best practice, and the technological solutions available.

    The adoption of digital platforms and fast emerging technologies is allowing lifescience companies and practitioners to enhance efficiency and to more accurately measure outcomes. Indeed, the digital revolution is helping to transform patient care and improve the productivity of trials.

    For instance, Artificial Intelligence (AI) holds the potential to revolutionise diagnoses, treatment planning, patient monitoring, and drug discovery. Similarly, DIY diagnostics and virtual care tools can offer patients at-home convenience while also providing faster diagnoses and 24 hour access to health coaching and monitoring.

    Some of the major challenges facing the UK lifesciences sector that will be addressed during the Event include: how to adapt to rapidly changing consumer needs, demands and expectations; how to exploit digital innovation and transformation; maintaining regulatory compliance and cyber security; and the recruitment, development and retention of talented people.

    The National Lifesciences Expo is one of a number of complementary, co-located events incorporated within the National Healthcare Expo in order to cover the full spectrum of the healthcare industry in the UK. The co-located events include:

    – The National Medtech & Biotech Summit;
    – The National Pharmaceutical and BioPharma Expo;
    – The Lab and Clean Room Show;

    The National Healthcare Expo and its co-located events will showcase the latest technologies that are impacting and transforming the way in which the healthcare ecosystem in the UK operates. For example, it will demonstrate how digital technologies are supporting the healthcare system’s moves to new models of patient-centred care.

    Conference speakers and exhibitors will cover a range of new technologies that are helping to improve diagnosis and treatment and enhance the patient experience, such as Blockchain, RPA, Cloud, Artificial iIntelligence (AI), Robotics, the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and Virtual Reality.


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