Digital innovations bring many opportunities to transform health care services, and to improve people’s health and experiences of care. However, introducing and using technology has continued to prove difficult, and there is still a lot to achieve to deliver on the promise of digital transformation.
This event will bring together leading innovators and delegates to network and collectively and creatively develop strategies that enable innovative practice. During this in-person event at The King’s Fund, experts will discuss current innovations – such as, virtual wards, shared care records, remote monitoring, and robotic process automation (RPA) – in the context of the wider health care landscape, and consider how to overcome the barriers people face to implementation.
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Through interactive workshops, delegates will:
understand how to bring an innovation mindset to the workplace and hear practical advice on leading effective teams through digital change, overcoming conflicts in professional boundaries
work together to find ways to embed the collaborative working cultures and enabling environments that allow innovation to thrive
Building on the learning from the workshops, delegates will look ahead to the potential of innovations – such as robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), innovation hubs – to understand how to navigate uncertainty and successfully adopt these technologies more widely in health care settings over the next five to ten years.
'A really inspiring and engaging day - I left energised and hopefully wiser.'
Refik Gökmen, Digital Health and Care Congress 2022 delegate
'A really interesting future focused conference, well worth attending'
Professor Mary Bishop, Digital Health and Care Congress 2022 delegate
Fiona EdwardsChief Executive, Frimley Health and Care Integrated Care System
Lee RicklesCare Record Programme Director and Chief Information Officer, Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care System
Tremaine Richard-NoelHead of Emerging Technology & Automation Accelerator Programme Director, Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust
Haris ShuaibHead of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, and AI transformation lead, London Medical Imaging and Artificial Intelligence Centre for Value Based Healthcare
Deena HarjiConsultant Colorectal Surgeon, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Sonia PatelSystem Chief Clinical Information Officer, NHS England
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