OUR STORY

Let’s innovate together

Over 75 years of insurance has taught us that you can prepare for what might happen, but you can never fully predict it.

What we believe

At AXA PPP healthcare we’re open - minded about what the future of health and wellbeing looks like. Over 75 years of insurance have taught us that you can prepare for what might happen, but you can never fully predict it.

We can help shape it though and we’re doing this through AXA Health Tech & You. We believe in investing in breakthroughs that could make a difference to our customers’ lives. Disruptive health technology is benefitting everyone. Miniscule computer chips, wearable technology, the ability to share masses of data instantaneously, and the fact that so many people are permanently with a smartphone, all give our customers more control over their health and wellbeing.

How we do it

Our AXA Health Tech & You programme discovers, promotes and supports the inventors and innovations in the exciting field of health tech.

The pioneers we help often have personal reasons to solve problems we all face – perhaps a desire to get fitter or a family member with a condition.In turn these small businesses make running other businesses easier.They create the products and technologies that help workforces manage their health and wellbeing in the best way for them.

Award Categories 2018

New for 2018! Womens Entrepreneurs Category

Only 9% of investment into UK start-ups goes to a business with a female founder. We want to change that and shift the balance to support female entrepreneurs and raise awareness of the incredible innovations women are making in the health tech sector.

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Innovation in the early diagnosis of Dementia Award 2018

Dementia is the only condition in the top 10 causes of death without a treatment to prevent, cure or slow its progression. It is a degenerative brain condition, cause by a number of progressive diseases, most commonly Alzheimer’s. We want to find a solution to support early diagnosis of symptoms and related diseases.

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