Ruchi Dass



Job Title

Founder & Managing Director


HealthCursor Consulting Group


London, United Kingdom




Expert is a Digital Healthcare Futurist, an award-winning Clinician and a highly valued public speaker. She was named one of Top 10 impactful Tech leaders Informationweek.

Speaking Topics

  • Case studies from top pharma on digital medicine and digital therapeutics

  • Regulatory landscape in  Digital Health

  • Designing a fit-for-purpose cybersecurity framework for digital products

  • Patients’ data and privacy in the digital world and their experience with digital health

  • Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) classification and clinical evidence requirements

  • Drug and vaccine development, the role of AI and approaches to the regulation of AI-based SaMD

  • Digital transformation in the healthcare industry

  • Digital care home, Assisted living, Value-based care

  • Telemedicine – Scaling Remote Health Across Care Settings

  • Investment growth areas in digital health

Expert Profile

Expert is a Digital Healthcare Futurist, Founder and Managing Director of HealthCursor Consulting Group. She has dedicated over a decade to leading ground-breaking innovations to improve health outcomes and strengthen health systems.

She is also a Founding Member and Advisor at Health Data Science Association. She is regarded as one of the leading global innovators and business minds in the Healthcare IT and Analytics sector. Her writing focuses on advanced technology in healthcare, policy, health economics and outcomes, commercialization of digital businesses, and translational research.

She advises government, non-government, and industry partners throughout the world on leveraging advanced digital technologies to transform healthcare delivery. She has been instrumental in leading on healthcare policy at UN Commission, WHO; organizing interest groups at ICT4D and mhealth Alliance, and as an expert with the HIMSS Innovation community. She was recognized as one of the Top 10 Impactful Technology Leaders by Information Week.