Dr. Matthew Prime
Roche Diagnostics Information Solutions
Dr. Matt Prime is the Global Medical Director for Roche Diagnostics Information Solutions (DIS) based in Basel, Switzerland. Dr. Prime graduated from University College London in 2005 with a medical degree and a bachelor’s
degree in tumor biology. He spent 12 years in clinical practice in the United Kingdom working as a trauma & orthopedic surgeon. In 2013 he co-developed PathPoint TM – a patient care coordination system - to help frontline
trauma surgeons better organize the care of patients. This solution has now been widely implemented across the NHS and in 2017, in recognition of his work in digital healthcare he became an NHS clinical entrepreneurship
In 2014 he took up an academic appointment at Imperial College London, within the Institute of Global Health Innovation (IGHI) led by Professor the Lord Darzi of Denham, former Under-Secretary of State at the UK Department of Health. His PhD focused on the enablers and barriers to innovation diffusion in the healthcare sector, with specific reference to innovation originating in low or middle-income countries. Between 2014-17 he was the clinical advisor to the HELIX Center for Design in Healthcare, a design studio in the heart of St Mary’s
Hospital in London, applying design-thinking to develop patient-centered digital healthcare solutions.
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