Scaling up, improving care: The NHS Health Tech Virtual Conference

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There is no doubt that Covid-19 helped to scale up and innovate NHS processes, including:

• Implementing COVID secure wards

• keeping vulnerable patients out of hospital

• Remote consulting

• Building and developing overflow hospitals

• Improving patient flow/discharge management

Technology and innovation have played a key part in enabling the system-wide and rapid scale-up of technology across the NHS, as well as supporting existing services and in some cases, technology has been used to manage the pandemic itself.

Our Scaling up, improving care: The NHS Health Tech Virtual Conference will provide a timely platform to showcase the technology behind these recent process improvements, with a particular focus on secondary care.

Connecting digital systems and empowering people are at the forefront of NHS Innovation. To truly get the most out of NHS patient data systems must be digital and interoperable. This means that they are able to communicate with one another so that data can flow seamlessly between different IT systems and across health and care settings.

Technology is also putting peoples healthcare in their own hands, digital services and support are empowering people to take control of their health and care through secure online access to clinicians, personalised health information, digital tools and advice that helps them to better manage their conditions.

As the NHS scales up technology and innovation, the role of the NHS CTO & CIO is of course rapidly changing. This conference aims to provide NHS leaders with some insight into these changes and the resources available to grow with the sector.

Key event subjects:

• Interoperability

• Digital transformation

• Digital leadership

• Emerging tech: AI, VR

• Digital tools

NHS places are fully funded by event sponsors, please get in touch to register your complimentary pass today.

Research sources: NHS England & Improvement

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