April 2021

In the next issue of Verdict Magazine, out April 2021, we’ll take a deep dive into the innovative and life-saving developments that are occurring in the world of healthtech.

The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the use of some technologies, such as telemedicine, and created fresh challenges that the industry has risen to meet. From using artificial intelligence to turbocharge drug discovery to immunity passports, healthtech has taken centre-stage.

We’ll look at the ways in which cutting-edge technology is impacting the lives of those with disabilities, whether decentralisation can give individuals control over their health data, and we’ll explore whether interest and investment in healthtech solutions can be sustained once the pandemic has subsided.

Until then, you can get the latest technology insights, exclusives and developments from our daily news site or by following us on Twitter.


Co-Editors | Robert Scammell & Ellen Daniel
Writers | Luke Christou, Billy Bambrough, Harry Lye
Magazine Designer | John Hammond
Publisher | Susanne Hauner
Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


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