NOTE: This post was originally a page on the blog located at mHealthInsight.com/DHF13. The event has now concluded and the page has been converted into a post dated to the close of the meeting. We would like to thank everyone who contributed to make the meeting and networking such a success especially the great speakers, sponsors, organisers and enthusiastic delegates who I have no doubt will be better placed now to make mHealth investments.


DHF13 mHealth

Join us at the Digital Health Forum (DHF13) at the Royal Society of Medicine in London (UK) on the 11th June 2013 where you will get an opportunity to meet with a showcase of the best ‘deal-ready’ digital health companies from around the world.

We’re excited to have been invited to contribute with a dedicated mHealth stream that will introduce some of the unique dynamics that the newest mass media brings to Digital Health before sharing what we think are the most exciting mHealth investment opportunities from around the world.

About DHF13

DHF13 is a digital health investor/partnering conference that is designed to identify and attract ‘new money’ – both investors and partnering companies – who have a specific and deep interest in the emerging digital health sector with the aim of creating an environment that will support significant investment and partnering opportunities.

The DHF13 program will achieve this by helping delegates identify current investment/partnering opportunities in the rapidly emerging world of digital healthcare and connect these with investors who may not have traditionally been associated with the healthcare sector but who are actively seeking to get involved in the unprecedented opportunities that are emerging as the Healthcare industry at large keeps pace with the exponentially advancing opportunities that consumer digital technology can enable.


A high powered advisory board composed of investors, partners and entrepreneurs have carefully curated the conference programme and are applying a competitive screening process to select the deal-ready presenting companies. Already confirmed presenters will include:

Eugene Borukhovich, CEO, Initium Consulting Group
Rachel Carrell, CEO, DrThom
Simon Cook, CEO, DFJ Esprit
David Doherty, coFounder, 3G Doctor
​David Ewing Duncan, Journalist, Film Producer and best-selling Author
Esther Dyson, Chairwoman, EDventure Holdings
Neil Ebenezer, New & Emerging Technologies, MHRA
Dr Vishal Gulati, Managing Director of Radiant Capital & founder of Digitome
Dr Sanja Ilic, Quanta Fluid Systems
Neil Jordan, General Manager, Healthcare, Microsoft
Tamar Kasriel, Futurist, Futureal
Martin Kelly, Partner, IBM Venture Capital
Sandra Lawrence, President and CEO, Ecoeos
Karen Livingstone, Director of Strategic Partnerships, NHS
Sacha Mann, Healthcare Investor, Inventages and co-founder of C100 UK
John Milad, Investment Director, NBGI Ventures
Stephen Oesterle, Senior VP, Medtronic
Jan Rutherford, Partner, Scottish Equity Partners
Alex van Someren, Partner, Amadeus Capital
Dr Gunnar Weikert, Chairman CEO and Founder, Inventages Venture Capital
Jack Young, Head of Qualcomm Life Fund, Qualcomm Ventures

Get invited

DHF13 is an invitation only event. If you would like to attend as a delegate but haven’t yet received a formal invitation email please click here to apply.

Do you have a ‘deal-ready’ mHealth business?

If you are a founder/CEO who would like to present investment opportunities in your deal-ready mHealth company at DHF13 please click here to apply.

Sponsor the mHealth stream at DHF13

If you would like to sponsor DHF13 or suggest a commercial partnership opportunity please click here to make contact.

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