The next edition of the HTN Now health tech tour series kicks-off next week. Across four days we welcome innovators, digital leaders and teams, chief executive officers and the health tech community.
Each session focuses on a unique topic across the industry and, hopefully, there’s a session that fits with your priorities right now. Here we highlight four innovation sessions, where we welcome Ideal Health, CareFlow Medicines Management, System C and Graphnet Care Alliance, Inhealthcare, and Healthcare Gateway.
On day one (20 September) of the event series, join us for a session at 11:00am focusing on ‘What Good Looks Like in Integrated Care‘, when we welcome Jonah Aburrow-Jones, Director – Digital Health Maturity, Strategy and Consulting at Ideal Health. With the details and timeframes for ‘What Good Looks Like’, ‘Who Pays for What’ and ‘Unified Tech Fund’ now published, this webinar will investigate how well they meet the needs of Integrated Care Systems to accelerate digital and data transformation, and of health and care leaders to drive system-wide planning and delivery.
Next-up on day one, at 3:00pm, we delve into ‘medicines management today – a review of the top 5 current challenges‘. For this session we are joined by Robert Tysall-Blay, CEO of CareFlow Medicines Management and Markus Bolton, joint CEO of System C and Graphnet Care Alliance, who will share their views on the world of medicines management in the UK’s healthcare system. Join for a lively session in which they analyse and discuss the top five challenges around medicines management for acute, community and the emerging Integrated Care Systems.
Our third innovation session of the week explores ‘how digital solutions can support recovery in elective care and improve access to diagnostics and treatments‘ at 1:00pm on 23 September. Inhealthcare’s product director, Jamie Innes, will consider the role remote monitoring and digital healthcare solutions can play in the recovery of elective care as the NHS comes out of the COVID-19 pandemic. Jamie will discuss the evolution of “virtual wards” and showcase a range of case studies to demonstrate the impact digital solutions have in the real world.
To round-up the event series, our final session at 3:00pm 23 September, sees Healthcare Gateway and Connecting Care explore the digital care record system in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. Healthcare Gateway and Connecting Care will discuss how interoperability is crucial for connectivity across Integrated Care Systems, focusing on interoperability for care homes and prison services. For this session we welcome Liam King, Managing Director, Healthcare Gateway, Natasha Neads, Senior Project Manager SCW and Tracey O’Brien, Digital Consultant SCW.