B.R.I.G.H.T Future for Digital Health Innovators
Founder Education: HealthTech
This program utilises Planet Innovation’s proven BRIGHT Process framework, recognised as part of the AFR Best Innovation Program in Australia, alongside the digital health expertise of ANDHealth. This framework is taught through interactive workshops, including immersion with frontline clinicians, pharmaceutical companies and industry leaders, and transfers practical skills and re-usable models to help founders solve many commercial issues faced by early-stage digital health companies.
Who is it for?
The seminars are for early stage digital health innovators and the workshops are for early-stage digital health startups.
What will you learn?
This program “B.R.I.G.H.T Future for Digital Health Innovators” is a phased program centred around the BRIGHT Program, a proven framework for innovation. The program will be tailored to digital health and augmented by the expertise of ANDHealth’s global network of international leaders in digital health such as investors, customers, industry executives, clinicians, and international experts. The aim of the program is to advance and balance the commercial and technical readiness of each company. The program will run through 6 specific steps for innovation via the BRIGHT Process Framework.
What is offered?
The program is delivered in two formats; a one-day seminar for early stage innovators, delivered lecture style, and a three-day workshop for companies. Up to two seminars and two workshops will be delivered annually over two years.
How to register
Registrations for the program are managed directly through ANDHealth.
Who is the ANDHealth?
ANDHealth is an industry led national digital health initiative established by a consortium of commercial and government partners to facilitate and support the development & commercialisation of clinically validated digital health technologies across Australia. ANDHealth’s primary objective is to create an integrated and connected ecosystem for the development & commercialisation of evidence-based digital health products, bringing together participants from the medtech and pharmaceutical sectors with a broader stakeholder group drawn from the ICT and commercial sectors, and by putting in place the key elements required to create a cohesive and collaborative digital health industry.