Examining the hybrid model of delivering care for long-term conditions

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Digital solutions have already transformed how health services are offered, accessed and used, and will continue to do so in the years to come. With the adoption of new technologies, new ways of working are emerging that seek to combine the best of digital approaches with the benefits of face-to-face contact.

In this online event, our panel of experts explored how wearables have created better health outcomes for people living with long-term conditions, such as diabetes. They looked to the future and discussed how we can make sure that digital approaches are prioritised in the long term to continue empowering patients and supporting clinicians to create patient-centred care, leading to improved health outcomes. They also explored the lessons from diabetes and wearables that offer wider learning across the NHS on harnessing the benefits of technology for a digital future.

Event partner

This event was held in partnership with Abbott. If you're interested in partnering with us on an online event please email Kieran at k.cornwell@kingsfund.org.uk.

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Speakers

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Laura Lamming

Researcher, Policy, The King’s Fund

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Hannah Beba

Clinical Pharmacist, Leeds CCG

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Gloria Ogunbadejo

Helpline Advisor, Diabetes UK

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Dr Waqas Tahir

Diabetes Clinical Lead, Act as One (AaO) Programme Bradford and West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership

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Dr Emma Wilmot

Consultant Diabetologist, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust and Honorary (Clinical) Associate Professor, University of Nottingham