Transforming Technology in Hospitals Conference
In his first address as health secretary, Matt Hancock announced £412 million of funding to transform technology in hospitals. This investment will improve patient safety, increase efficiencies and reduce medical errors. Technology is standardising clinical practice, making patient care safer and easier to measure across the NHS.
One of the key challenges is lack of interoperability of IT systems across healthcare provisions. This is key to the delivery of integrating health and social care records, thus reducing administrative duties and increasing efficiencies in care. The Transforming Technology in Hospitals Conference will offer case studies on effective information sharing between healthcare provision, clinicians and citizens, to improve patient outcomes and quality of care.
Preparing the healthcare workforce to deliver the digital future is another priority for the NHS. In June 2018, Health Education England published the interim Topol review report. The purpose of the review is to explore how the healthcare force can prepare for and make the most of new technologies such as digital medicine, artificial intelligence and robotics, through education and training. With an uptake of new technologies across the NHS, the way in which professionals work is changing. This includes clinical engagement, a change of processes and digital upskilling. Managing this shift in culture is inevitability a difficult transition however is essential to delivering the digital future in care. This conference will present case studies from NHS trusts that have successfully implemented new technologies in their everyday roles and embraced change.
Join us for the Transforming Technology in Hospitals Conference where expert speakers from across the health and care sector will present case studies on effective information sharing between healthcare provision, clinicians and citizens, to improve patient outcomes and quality of care. Find out how your workforce can embrace change and be skilfully equipped to deliver the digital future in care. Hear from best practice case studies from NHS trusts, sharing their experiences of implementing change and transforming services using new industry technologies.
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- Government’s pledge to fund the NHS with £412m to transform technology in hospitals, to improve care and give more patients access to health services at home
- Find out how the NHS can improve its uptake of new technology
- Hear how other organisations are tackling the challenges of interoperability and how this can be applied
- Find out how best to engage your organisations staff, including clinicians in relations to the uptake of new technologies
- Hear from NHS trusts that have successfully implemented new technologies in their everyday roles and embraced change
- See examples of effective information sharing between healthcare provision, clinicians and citizens, to improve patient outcomes and quality of care
- Find out how your workforce can embrace change and be skilfully equipped to deliver the digital future in care
- Understand how advances in innovation will offer greater integration and collaboration to better serve future generations of patients
- Listen to an update on the progress of Global Digital Exemplars and other trusts digital progress without GDE funding
Who should attend?
- Associate Directors of ICT and Informatics
- Chief Information Officers
- Clinical Chief Information Officers
- Chief Technology Officers
- Heads of Information Governance
- Heads of IT