The HealthTech For Care endowment fund, which aims to promote access to care for patients, announces that the 5th edition of HealthTech Innovation Days (HTID®) will take place in Paris on October 24 and 25, 2023, at the HealthTech Space (16 place de la Bourse). The virtual session will take place on October 27.
As a european event, HealthTech Innovation Days (HTID®) provides a forum for promising European life science companies to accelerate their growth and bring their solutions to patients faster. It combines:
- One-on-one meetings between innovative European healthcare companies, investors and industrial and pharmaceutical companies,
- Pitch sessions featuring 25 innovative European healthcare companies selected by European clusters and associations in front of a panel of experts,
- Conferences and round tables led by international opinion leaders.
Maryvonne Hiance, president of the HealthTech For Care endowment fund, said: "We are pleased to have the high patronage of the French presidency, for the 5th consecutive year, and to have the support of leading institutional and industrial players. HealthTech Innovation Days (HTID®) is a must-attend event for all players in the European healthtech ecosystem to bring patients the best in healthcare innovation".
Under the High Patronage of Mr. Emmanuel MACRON, President of the French Republic, and benefiting from the participation of the European Commission and the European Investment Bank (EIB), HealthTech Innovation Days (HTID®) are intended to be a place to meet and develop concrete proposals for the benefit of European patients and Europe's sovereignty in the field of healthcare innovation.
This year, the discussions will focus on the challenges related to the competitiveness of the European healthcare industry, on the equity of access to innovation for patients and on the impact of legislative changes in Europe and the United States for healthcare innovation players.
Christian Pierret, administrator of HealthTech For Care, adds:"More than ever In Europe, researchers, caregivers, hospitals and patient associations need altogether to strengthen their connections to give greater strength to innovation in health. One of the strengths of our European healthtech ecosystem is that it places the patient at the heart of the innovation process".
HealthTech For Care is supported by its founder France Biotech and the network of French health clusters: Atlanpole biotherapies, BioValley France, EuroBioMed, LyonBioPole, Medicen and the NSL club.
The endowment fund is also supported by many European players, together with our association: Asebio, BioAlps, BIO Deutschland, BioWin, CEBR, flanders.bio, Medvia, HollandBIO, IREFI, Swiss Biotech, Technion.
More information: https://htfc-eu.com/htid/