The Era of Emerging Technology: Healthcare Digital Technology Congress

The Era of Emerging Technology: Healthcare Digital Technology Congress

Time: 8:00am | Date: February 27, 2020 | Venue: Etc.Venues, London Prospero House, 241 Borough High St, London, SE1 1GA

Over the past 18 months, Convenzis has held a series of conferences focused on NHS Healthcare Digital Technology, we have welcomed speakers from NHS England, NHS Improvement, NHS Digital, The Department of Health and social care just to name a few. In total, the series has seen over 1000 NHS senior managers together to discuss the implementation of new pilots and national digital strategies.

Join us on the 27th February 2020 as we continue our journey through the world emerging healthcare digital technology.

The Era of Emerging Technology: Healthcare Digital Technology Congress

The NHS Long Term Plan was published in January 2019. The plan sets out the NHS’s ambitions for improvement over the next 10 years, following the five-year funding settlement announced by the government in July 2018

We are currently using technology to help health and care professionals communicate better and enable people to access the care they need quickly and easily when it suits them, our 6th Empowering a Digital Future: Healthcare Digital Technology Congress will take you on an interactive journey through the world of emerging digital advancements from within the National Health Service.

Let’s look at 5 current digital advancements being driven across the UK:

National AI Lab: the government will invest £250 million in artificial intelligence (AI) to help solve some of healthcare’s toughest challenges, including earlier cancer detection, discovering new treatments and relieving the workload on our NHS workforce.

Population Health Management: In Lancashire and South Cumbria GPs, data analysts, finance directors as well as colleagues from local authorities and the voluntary sector sit together and discuss the potential for the stratification and segmentation of data to inform the way we shape care.

Digital health hub: A digital health hub piloted in Nailsea has proved to be such a success that the NHS is scaling it up across England, as demand increases from councils in North West London, the Wirral, Blackburn, Middlesbrough and Stafford.

Digital Diabetes: Thousands of people who are at risk of Type 2 diabetes will receive digital support to prevent them from developing the condition as part of the NHS Long Term Plan.

I HEART Barnsley: Creating physical and virtual primary care improved access hubs that provide fully integrated improved out of hours care is the aim of the ‘I Heart Barnsley’ scheme.

This is just there very tip if the iceberg which is healthcare digital technology, here are a few of the plans that the NHS is currently focusing on:

  • Setting national policy and developing best practice (Tech, Digital, Data & Transparency)
  • Setting Digital Tech Standards
  • Interoperability
  • Accessibility to services
  • Improving clinical delivery
  • Supporting the implementation of digital technology
  • Reforming procurement
  • Setting cybersecurity standards
  • Championing and developing digital training
  • Improving knowledge and use of artificial intelligence

Join us on the 27th February 2020 at The Era of Emerging Technology: Healthcare Digital Technology Congress as we continue the discussion on Healthcare Digital Technology, we are in a very exciting time for the healthcare sector with the opportunity to collaborate and integrate with services and partner organisations at an all-time high,

Our event will provide you with the opportunity to listen, learn and engage with 10 industry-leading guest speakers, 10 strategically chosen commercial tech partners & 200+ peers from across the UK

Research sources: NHS England and NHS Improvement, Kinds fund, BBC News

Reserve your place here: https://www.convenzis.co.uk/events/5th-healthcare-digital-technology/


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Join our audience of healthcare industry professionals