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Join us to hear how Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust embarked on their digital transformation journey, implementing the region’s first Integrated Care Co-ordination Centre and strengthening collaboration between acute and community care.
We know large scale transformation is hard for healthcare organisations and especially The NHS, particularly in an environment of heavy bureaucracy and long-term COTS technology partners. But we don’t agree that smaller scale digital transformation can’t add up to big positive change – and we can prove it.
Join us to learn the 5 lessons that we have learnt about how to drive process efficiency improvements that can genuinely impact patient outcomes and stakeholder experience.
How apps can influence everyone in a hospital, saving money, improving efficiency, and reducing patient isolation.
SPARK®, a digitally inclusive solution, is the conduit for creating ROI and driving efficiencies through personal and bedside technology. With over 65300 apps available to enrich the lives of staff and patients, the infinite possibility for change is just over the Horizon.
As healthcare becomes more digitally driven, the role of network performance has become a critical path for the delivery of care. Lives depend on the network being 100% reliable, which means the network cannot go down or be compromised. How can you create a network that not only keeps everyone securely connected 24/7, but also enables a more digital future and gives staff time back to focus on what matters most?
Join Aruba – a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company – as Simon Wilson (CTO for Aruba UKI) unpacks the principles of network modernization for healthcare. We’ll cover:
Simon will also draw from examples of successful network transformation from local UKI healthcare organizations, including Nuffield Health.
Digital transformation in the NHS is a critical challenge and demands reform. Such large-scale transformation programmes often require significant behavioural and cultural changes, coupled with substantial financial investment – meaning digital transformation is inherently difficult.
Join this panel session to hear from leaders from across the Altera Digital Health community and their experiences of EPR deployments and the critical role the processes are playing in helping digitise, connect, and transform services towards digital maturity.
The pandemic has clearly revealed how digitalisation can help caregivers in hospitals to deliver better and more efficient patient care. Emerging standards such as ISO/IEEE 11073 SDC are a key enabler for the advancement of medical technologies and care processes. This session explains how the standards-based interoperability of medical devices will drive digitalisation in hospitals. It will discuss the new SDC standard, how it relates to other standards such as HL7 and FHIR and describes various use cases that can make an important contribution to improving acute care
As one of the largest hospitals in the Netherlands with more than 6,500 employees, Elisabeth-TweeSteden Ziekenhuis (ETZ) first sought a solution to train healthcare personnel in the use of the EPR more effectively. Their clinical education program’s vision: a hybrid training model that provides on-the-job assistance that addresses different learning styles and preferences.
The once thought to be impossible is now possible. Join us to learn how ETZ is leveraging technology to increase clinician EPR efficiency and satisfaction by:
The presentation is in association with Esri UK, introduction by Duncan Booth, Head of Health and Social Care.
Abstract: Every healthcare organisation around the world grapples with three concurrent imperatives: better healthcare outcomes, operations, and patient experiences.
Supporting connectivity in clinical settings is critical to achieving the highest quality patient and clinician experience.