Welcome to SEHTA
Founded in 2005, South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA) is one of the largest health technology networking organisations in the country. Since its inception, is has grown to 1300 members from 20 different countries. SEHTA provides significant support to companies, universities and public and private health providers through publicly-funded resources and programmes and private consultancy services. SEHTA has built excellent relationships with Academia, Business and Care/Clinicians and it sees itself in a unique position as the interface between them. SEHTA also has particular expertise in digital health.
We offer three services:
The deep and influential contacts, access to world-leading experts and high-quality research that we build through our EU projects allow us to provide Consultancy Plus – consultancy that can help Assisted Living, Diagnostics and MedTech and SmartCare and Digital companieswith any stage of product/service development, from ideation to long-term business planning, from customer needs analysis to useablity trialling, and from competitor and political landscaping to partner and supply chain selection (including into the NHS). We really do have the skills, know-how, contacts and experience to accelerate and smooth the entirety of your R&D and commercialisation journey. Our satisfied clients have ranged from local SME healthcare technology providers to national charities and major multinational electronics and IT corporations.
Download our recent report on Voice-to-Text Trials
Latest SEHTA Events
London Medtech Business Surgeries – 6th & 13th February, City Hall, London
Cost/Benefit Analysis Workshop – 3rd March, City Hall, London
Come and visit SEHTA on Stand 29 at Social Care Show 2017: Developing Resilience in Health and Social Care on 8th March at Brighton Racecourse
London MedTech: Realising the Potential – 15th March, City Hall, London
Come and visit SEHTA at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust Research & Innovation Conference – 10 May, Portsmouth
We have our strategic partnership with Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network (KSS AHSN). For more information about KSS AHSN please click here