Personalising the care journey

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The Power of Digital Activities and the Tokenisation of the Care Journey.
Technology is playing an increasing role in our care, from diagnosis to end of life. Wearables, IoT, blockchain and AI are already impacting on our healthcare journey. How can we be assured that they do not just collect data to the benefit of the service provider but that they also personalise the care process to enhance community and care circle engagement, improve quality of life and enable better self-managed wellbeing? These are the questions being asked by care professionals as health care costs become an increasing burden on society.

Simon Hooper

Co-Founder of

Courtesy of personal experience of the lack of person-centred care tech available during his families care journey and with a background in business development, Simon has deep experience of tech in the care industry, from usability and adoption to interoperability.

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Why attend?

Traditional care shows present a view of care sector solutions in a traditional way. GIANT provides an opportunity to see the future of care before it's here. This track uniquely presents cutting-edge care providers, and their future-based solutions, those that specifically address the care journey that most of us will be required to participate in. Therefore, attending this track supports everyone’s need to use tech in care, whether from a business or family perspective.

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14:00 – 14:05

Introduction: What do we mean by ‘Personalising the care journey?’

Simon Hooper, ReMeLife 

14:05 - 14:20

Engaging with a Remote Doctor

There are times when you need remote, speedy access to experienced UK Doctors. Remote diagnosis, reassurance and prescriptions digitally managed are the new answer

John Wilkes, Dr Mortons

14:20 - 14:35

A Patient -Centric Solution for Elderly Care

A single digital health record coupled with algorithms can enhance personalised care through collaborative monitoring, care planning and risk reduction

Deepti Atrish, Poonyah

14:35 - 14:50

The Rise of Intelligent Smart Assistants

The implications of today’s and tomorrow’s emerging technologies for Personalised Healthcare journeys; Heaven or hell? Scenarios for the next 3-5 years

David Wood, Delta Wisdom and London Futurists

14:50 – 15:05

Person-centered care – Really knowing the person. Learn about the world’s leading Person-centred care, Activities and Companionship software, hardware and systems for the care at home of the elderly, dementia, learning disabilities or cognitive impairment, that are either now available or coming soon

Simon Hooper, ReMeLife

15:05 - 15:20

Panel with preceding speakers


15:20 - 15:35


15:35 – 15:50

Genie the Robot

A new generation of companion robotics powered by hyper-personalisation, reduces loneliness and is the new frontier for independent living solutions

Rob Parkes, Service Robotics,

15:50 - 16:05

Care with confidence – Care Management Software Managing care data, planning care and supporting the needs of the older adults and their care community cutting edge tools such as software, home connected devices and machine learning

Max Parmentier, Birdie 

16:05 – 16:15

Closing Remarks

Simon Hooper, ReMeLife