About The Digital Health Conference, July 5th
The Digital Health Conference, organized by Salford University in Manchester, took place on July 5th. It has been a great opportunity to explore the latest innovations being adopted by NHS organisations across the country and gave delegates the tools they needed to transform their organisation’s approach to technology.
Over the day, we heard from Bernard Quinn, director of improvement programmes at NHS Improvement and Daniel Hallen, head of digital technology at NHS England North.
Topics covered on the day included:
- Which areas of NHS digital technology are in most need of investment?
- How would better digital interaction transform the patient experience?
- How far is digital transformation in the NHS progressing in the context of the Five-Year Forward View and STPs?
- What opportunities are there for STPs to improve digital services?
- What are the challenges and opportunities posed by health apps and how can they empower patients?
- What can be achieved by Local Digital Roadmaps?
- How can different STP areas work together to build a strong digital infrastructure across the NHS?
- What lessons can the NHS learn from other sectors when it comes to adopting new technology?
- What can be learned from previous unsuccessful attempts to reform technology in the NHS?
- How can we address the challenges of data privacy and cybersecurity?
Our conference : The Case Study of Michael’s Journey
Common problems faced in healthcare : how assured are you that clinicians can deliver the right care at the right place at the right time ?
The Healthcare landscape is changing. The objective of seamless integration and data sharing is mired by the historic constraints of system compatibility between organisations, their culture differences and cost. Quicksilva and Enovacom invite you on a journey of discovery, learn how this innovative partnership is addressing the demands of the healthcare of tomorrow.
Illustrated by Michael’s story, a common patient journey scenario, we will consider each of the steps along his care pathway, examining the issues and describing our solutions at each stage. For instance :
- From across primary care services to secondary care , how do you ensure all the relevant data is received and shared to multiple sources ?
- How to access the medical history ?
- How to know which treatment his GPs has given ?
- Where are the laboratory results ?
- Which solutions can ensure health professionals are empowered to support Michael with co-ordinated care ?
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