How is the UK political landscape evolving and what does this mean for Health Technology and Medical Device innovators?
On Friday 28th July, Robert Hull (Senior Consultant – NHS Insight & Interaction, Mtech Access) spoke to William Lee (Head of Policy and Compliance, British Healthcare Trades Association [BHTA]) about health policy, regulation and its implications for Medtech, Health technologies, and Medical Device market access.
With the challenges of the pandemic and the changes brought in following Brexit, policy and compliance in the UK has been on shifting sands for several years now. With many predicting a change in government at the next election, this continues to be a time of uncertainty. What does this political landscape mean for health policy, the regulatory regime and market access?
In this webinar, Rob asks Bill about 6 areas where Medtech should be paying attention:
- MHRA and new medical device regulatory regime
- UK health and social care supply and procurement
- Sustainability and social value
- Addressing capacity challenges with effective health and social care packages
- Export and import – the implications of Brexit
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More about our speaker
William Lee (Head of Policy and Compliance, British Healthcare Trades Association)
Bill joined the BHTA in June 2021, with 25-plus years of policy, advocacy, and operations experience on behalf of vulnerable communities (in particular, Holocaust survivors and bioscience researchers persecuted by violent extremists) at US & UK NGOs and governments.
At BHTA, Bill researches, develops & disseminates policy, strategy, parliamentary and technical work for the BHTA and its members, and supports wider stakeholder engagement.
About the BHTA
The BHTA are a not-for-profit trade association in the healthcare and assistive technologies arena. With over 400 members, their membership includes retailers, installers, service providers, distributors and manufacturers, who employ over 18,500 people and provide essential equipment and services to both the public and private sectors.
We are so excited to collaborate with Bill and the BHTA for this webinar.