17 April 2018
Are you interested in the future of the Health sector? Do you have relevant ideas, products or solutions that you would like to develop or would like to share your knowledge and expertise?
We are excited to invite you to the STEAMlabs Health Hack, a two-day FREE hands-on practical workshop to to develop new ideas and solutions for the future of the health sector.
This is the first STEAMlab event to be held in the brand new STEAMhouse in Digbeth, Birmingham!
What is a STEAMlab?
A STEAMlab is a hack-style event in which we bring regional SMEs and creatives together to collaborate and work together to find a solution to a real problem faced by another business.
We are focussing on the Health Sector and will bring together experts from across different industries and skill sets to develop new ideas and products in an open innovation environment
Who is this event for?
We are inviting creative professionals, makers, developers, scientists, engineers and academics who have relevant ideas or products keen or who are keen to share their expertise and learn new ways of thinking.
A free high-energy, creative and collaborative event, with the opportunity for new solutions to be fast-tracked for the next stage of development.
Access to new techniques and new ways of thinking for your business.
An opportunity to receive dedicated support and potential investment to turn your ideas into solutions.
Make new connections with a variety of local professionals, creatives, SMEs and more.
The workshop will address challenges faced by NHS patients in understanding and accessing health services they need, and using some specific local challenges (such as diabetes) as a focal point.
The workshop will look at solutions to these specific challenges, building applications in other areas across the health service, with a high potential for scaling out successful solutions across the health sector.
We are fortunate to have fantastic backing for the event from CCG- NHS Clinical Commissioners (West Midlands), West Midlands Medical Centre and Substrakt Health who will support you in understanding the challenge, work on new solutions and help connect you with potential health partners and more.