Loy LoboPresident, Digital Health Council at The Royal Society of Medicine
Loy is an experienced innovator and leader in healthcare. Over the past decade he has taken a number of healthcare innovations from concept to market. He has launched a UK social enterprise startup in Wellness, and was the founder of the telehealth business at BT Global Health. In his last role at BT, he was the Director of Strategy and Innovation for Global Health.
In 2014, Loy set up Wegyanik, a health innovation company that applies design thinking, digital technologies, and decision sciences to create the health and care services we require for now and the future. Wegyanik is developing markets, scaling up innovations and influencing whole system change in health and care services. Loy is experienced in the application of systems thinking and simulation modelling and is applying these techniques to accountable care and value-based healthcare opportunities.
Loy is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine in London where he serves on its Digital Health Council as President. He is a Visiting Researcher at Imperial College Business School. He has also served on a several high-profile government panels and academic collaborations to promote the adoption of technology and decision science in healthcare.
He has a BSc in Microbiology from the University of Mumbai and an Executive MBA from London Business School. He lives in London. Prior to working exclusively in Healthcare, Loy worked for 11 years at Accenture leading technology enabled business transformation programmes for multi-national companies in 10 different industries.