Breadcrumb Home Events Technology and the NHS estate: planning to support new models of care This content relates to the following topics: Technology and data Jump link block Jump to section About this event Watch on demand Event partner Speakers Watch on demand Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page This free online event explored the potential impacts of new technology on the NHS estate. In particular, the speakers considered the following questions.What types of technology are likely to have an impact on the NHS estate?What opportunities and challenges does new technology create for the estate?How can long-term planning enable organisations to change the outcomes of care? What needs to happen next?The speakers discussed what’s currently happening in the NHS and shared case studies from those already making strides towards successfully integrating estates and technology planning. Watch on demandEvent partnerThis event was held in partnership with NHS Property Services.If you're interested in partnering with us on an online event please email Chris Lazenby or call him on 020 7307 2490.Speakers Siva Anandaciva Chief Analyst, The King's Fund Karina Dare Principal Portfolio Optimisation Manager, NHS Property Services Robert Broad Senior Consultant, Hospital Integration and Planning Solutions, Philips Healthcare International Business Adam Wright Senior Policy Officer, NHS Providers You may also be interested in Video Fran Draper – Connecting Care in the South West: six years of innovation In this session at the Digital health and care congress 2019, Fran Draper shared practical advice on tackling information sharing at scale, including how to productively work with a wide range of partners across health and care. Video Neil Tester: The empowered patient Neil Tester, Deputy Director, Healthwatch England delivered the opening plenary on day two of The King's Fund 2019 Digital health and care congress. Video Matt Hancock at Digital health and care congress 2019 Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care gives the closing plenary at The King's Fund 2019 Digital health and care congress. Online event Public services: how can we design digital pathways for all groups in society?