HTN Now April may have come to a close, and if you missed anything check out our session reviews here, but now is the time to announce the details for our sessions taking place in June!
The third HTN Now event in the series is set to take place 14 – 17 June, with a range of health tech topics in focus and, as always, insightful and practical sessions that go in-depth.
Across the four days we will see sessions focusing on electronic patient records, digital strategy, cloud strategy, change management, digital leadership, the future hospital build programme, shared care records, interoperability, experiences from nursing information officers, innovations, clinical communication tools, data and analytics, using social media for prevention, and more.
Whether you can attend one session, or more, each will last up to 55 minutes live including Q&A, and will be made available to read or watch shortly afterwards.
As a sneak preview of what to expect, HTN Now June will welcome speakers and topics including:
- Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust – Experiences from nurse information officers
- NHSX – Can you afford not to use Blueprints?
- University of Essex Data Research Centre – Social media as an early warning system for the NHS; predict, prevent, protect
- NHS England and Improvement – The role of health tech in new hospital builds
- Kettering General Hospital NHS FT and Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust – Cloud strategy
- The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS FT – Digital programmes
- Ideal Health – Change management and implementation
- Royal Papworth Hospital NHS FT – Health tech programmes and learnings from a recent hospital move
- King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – King’s redesign patient journeys to deliver a personalised care experience that improves access to services
- Alertive – Different types of communication that take place within a hospital today and what the opportunities might be for improvement
- Northampton General Hospital – RPA and its application to achieve efficiency savings within the NHS
- NHS ICS Strategies – A group of NHS clinicians and IT experts interested in EPR strategies for the NHS will debate how ICSs should digitise and compare the use of Shared Care Records, EPRs, population health and AI/analytics innovations
- NHS EPRs – A Beginners Guide to Epic
In addition we’ll also be publishing our features, interviews and videos through the week, we hope you can join us!
HTN would also like to thank our sponsors supporting the event, Highland Marketing, CCube Solutions and WellSky.