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“2020health is an important and thoughtful contributor to the health debate”

Dr Sarah Wollaston MP, Chairman, Health Select Committee


Wired Insider Delivering a health kick to health care

AXA PPP Health Tech & You is the health tech partner of WIRED2015, WIRED's two-day flagship event that brings together hundreds of disrupters from around the world to discuss the ways in which technology is changing our lives.


AXA PPP Health Tech & You shares the event's mission to highlight the best in tech, but in the healthcare sector, making our partnership a natural one. After a highly successful inaugural year, the AXA PPP Health Tech & You initiative is back. The project is a joint initiative led by AXA PPP healthcare, with think tank 2020health and the Design Museum.

It aims to guide and grow the conversation about health tech, empowering people everywhere to use technology to lead healthier lives and be more in control of their health and wellbeing.

"The main part of AXA PPP healthcare's business is private medical insurance. We're really good at covering the cost for treatments and health-associated bills, but over the last five years, we've moved beyond that into providing better support and
health-related services to our members,"
says James Freeston, marketing director of AXA PPP healthcare.

"That transition from being a payer of bills into a provider of health and well-being support is really what led us into identifying that personal health technology is growing -- not just fitness tracker-levels of technology but much broader than that. And we wanted to be involved in it for the benefit of our members."

AXA PPP Health Tech & You Awards 2016 - How to Enter

1. Select which category you would like to enter
2. Submit your entry using the form provided


WIRED2015 showcases the innovators changing the world and promoting disruptive thinking and radical ideas. There will be more than 50 speakers over the two-day event, presenting stories about their work in science, design, business and many other fields. read on WIRED2015