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Health & Social Care Digital Leaders' Summit 2018

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University of Strathclyde

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Welcome to the Health & Social Care Digital Leaders' Summit 2018 to be hosted by FutureScot.com in Glasgow on Wednesday 25th April.

Join world-leading ehealth experts and technologists from Scotland and beyond who will discuss how health and social care integration can be enabled by advances in digital technology. This is a once-a-year, must-attend event for digital health experts, clinicians, policy makers and social care professionals in the private, local government and third sectors.

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We are delighted to be welcoming delegates from a wide range of organisations, including:

Alzheimer Scotland, ARKHA, British Lung Foundation, Carr Gomm, Compass Brain Injury Specialists, Falkirk Council, Fife College, Fife's Health & Social Care Partnership, Healthcare Improvement Scotland, McSence, NHS Dumfries & Galloway, NHS24, NHS National Services Scotland, Orion Health, PAMIS, Penumbra, Perth & Kinross Health & Social Care Partnership, Robert Gordon University, Royal College of Nursing Scotland, Scottish Government, South Ayrshire Health & Social Care Partnership, Storm, The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE, University of Dundee, Vision INPS, West College Scotland

Questions to be discussed:

• How can digital technology help make us better and contribute to preventative healthcare as part of a national wellness service?

• How can digital technology enable professionals to better coordinate health and care pathways?

• How can the receivers of care benefit from greater access to their own data, and help co-design the right interventions for their needs?

• How can digital technology improve efficiencies, enhance quality and improve patient experience and outcomes?

• How can digital technology reduce the burden on staff so that they can do what’s best for patients (i.e. care)?

• How can the evolution of social media and direct peer to peer platforms assist communication between professionals, cared for people and their families?

• How can connected devices in the home and remote monitoring equipment help health and care professionals get 'ahead of the curve' in delivering tailored packages?

• How can software advances, algorithmic approaches, big data and analytics support the evolution of preventative care?

• How is Scottish Government and NHS Scotland responding to the e-health opportunities? What spend is available? And, what role can the private sector play?

Join the conversation: #HSCSCOT

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If you have any questions, please contact Aileen on aileen@canongate.org // 0131 561 7352.

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