HTN Digital Week is a week of online events to share and collaborate on healthcare technology, sponsored by Alfresco and CCube Solutions, and takes place 15th – 21st June 2020.
15th June 2020 – 11:30 AM – Digitisation and AI: Do inequalities matter?
15th June 2020 – 3:00PM -Comparing incentives and delivery of digital primary care across California, Australia, New Zealand, Nordics; lessons for the UK’s healthcare and tech?
I am a 2019-20 Winston Churchill Fellow and travelled to California, Australia and New Zealand to explore digital health policy and practice. I am keen to share key findings on the similarities and differences of healthcare systems’ roles and relationships in digital health between government, payers, healthcare providers, the tech companies and their investors. This will help tech professionals to understand the different levers that drive innovation take-up.
Presenter: Dimitri Varsamis PhD, Senior Policy Lead, General Practice Strategy and Contracts, NHS England and NHS Improvement
15th June 2020 – 5:00PM – Lessons from multiple large scale EPR implementations and EHR systems for integrated care
Presenter: David Kwo, Digital Healthcare Specialist
This webinar will share how Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust offers a digital front door to modernise service access for families, children and young people. The NHS-based digital development team behind these innovations are supporting more than 70 NHS teams to set up their own safe and secure digital services based on well-evidenced models.
This has fast-tracked digital innovation to be accessible to over 3 million people nationwide by:
16th June 2020 – 10:30AM – From immunisations to COVID-19, our digital health journey
From digital immunisations and care home monitoring to using digital to tackle the Coronavirus pandemic, here from City Health Care Partnership on their digital health journey to date. Mike Cosgrove, project manager and Mark Filby, information systems programme manager will be joined by Jamie Innes, product director at Inhealthcare, a UK leader in digital health and remote patient care.
Presenter: City Health Care Partnership
16th June 2020 – 12:00PM – Digital first patient communications
Presenter: Healthcare Communications
Discussion featuring a several SMEs leading behavioural change apps including; Smoke Free App (app to help prevent smoking recently made available from Boots), Sweatcoin (walking app that rewards activity) and Tiny Media App (focussing on children with asthma).