Hear from over 60 healthcare digital teams and innovators for HTN Now this month

HTN’s Health Tech for the Now series continues this month with a week of online sessions starting 18th January.

During the week we welcome digital leaders and teams from across health and care to share some of their digital programmes; their approach, what has worked well, their learnings and plans for the future.

Some of the speakers include…

  • Dr Peter Thomas, Director of Digital Innovation and Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist, Moorfields Eye Hospital
  • Chandni Khanderia, Lead Electronic Prescribing Pharmacist, Whittington Health NHS Trust
  • Ken Anderson, Acting Chief Information Officer, Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Trust
  • Jessica Hicks, Associate Director of Advanced Analytics, Arden & GEM CSU
  • Jason Pickles, Head of Systems and Solutions Development, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Richard Greenwood, Training Manager, Ideal Health
  • David Newey, Deputy Chief Information Officer, The Royal Marsden NHS FT
  • Paul Charnley, Digital Lead, Cheshire & Merseyside Health & Care Partnership
  • Adam Igra, Innovation Programme Director, Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dilshan Arawwawala, CCIO, Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust
  • Beth Lawton, Chief Digital & Information Officer, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Through video interviews, you will hear from 20 early-stage innovators with solutions from patient self-management tools and femtech, to digitising NHS processes as well as artificial intelligence and cutting-edge machine learning.

In addition to the week, we host the HTN Now Awards 2021, where we will share technologies covering: remote monitoring, SME innovations, virtual consultation software, solutions supporting healthcare teams and patients, digital pathways and responses to COVID-19.

As part of the HTN Now agenda there will be a range of topics covered, including: digital tools supporting vaccination programmes, a 5G ambulance pilot, national population segmentation analysis, electronic prescribing, responses to the pandemic and the challenges of scaling digital models of care.

Please register to attend one or more sessions, or to receive the recordings.

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