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#SCOTHIF - Scottish Health & Social Care Integration Forum

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Tuesday, 4 October 2016 from 09:00 to 15:30 (BST)

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Public Sector Delegate 4 Oct 2016 Free £0.00 £0.00
Public Sector Speaker Pass 4 Oct 2016 Free £0.00 £0.00
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Working in partnership, the Scottish Health and Social Care Integration Forum (#SCOTHIF) and the Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI) have created a platform to engage senior healthcare stakeholders from across Scotland, to understand how latest, innovative technology will enable an accelerated move towards patient centric integrated health and social care. 

 

The forum will bring together senior healthcare officials from across Scotland, to explore partnership opportunities and to exchange examples of best practice from their regions.

 

By attending the forum you will be fully involved in discussions sharing innovative ideas and solutions that can enable a fully integrated health and social care system across Scotland.

 
#SCOTHIF gives you the chance to interact with colleagues from NHS Scotland, Health Boards, CHPs and Local Councils who are responsible for integration of health and social care and delivery of city wide care records.
 
The forum will be made up of three panel sessions addressing the latest development topics formed by our expert Advisory Board made up of:

Hugh Anderson - Financial Director - Digital Health & Care Institute

Louise Wilson - Director of Public Health - NHS Orkney

Richard Norris - Director - Scottish Health Council

David Small - General Manager - NHS Lothian CHP
 
Alex Stobart - Director - Mydex CIC
 
The Forum is a platform to share examples of health and social care best practice that can be replicated by peers from NHS Scotland, Health Boards, CHPS and Councils across the country. 
 
You'll have the opportunity to share your experience, knowledge and success stories with colleagues from the industry and in turn to hear case studies from across Scotland that you could potentially replicate in your area.
 
You'll have the chance to network with Senior Officials from National Government, the NHS and Local Councils, giving you the chance to build your reputation and relationships with key industry stakeholders. At the same time you can engage with suppliers of technology at a time where they are looking to collaborate with experts such as yourself to guide them on what you want the latest solutions to actually achieve. As the numbers are limited you will be able to spend time with these delegates and have full exploratory discussions that will ensure you extract real benefit from attendance.
Do you have questions about #SCOTHIF - Scottish Health & Social Care Integration Forum? Contact Hamilton & White

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University of Strathclyde
Technology & Innovation Centre
99 George St
G1 1RD Glasgow
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 4 October 2016 from 09:00 to 15:30 (BST)


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Responsible for creating discussion platforms for public sector officials to voice challenges they are looking to overcome and to understand how technology implementation can improve overall services. Based on an interactive format, using an agenda influenced by the delegates, our forums bring together key stakeholders to turn words into action, to create a positive change for public sector services.

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