Join us for HTN Now

Taking place online 19 September, we’ll be joined by a host of presenters to discuss health tech topics for the now.

This event is open to everyone to attend and share thoughts and experiences on different topics in industry. Join us to discuss, discover and learn about the latest ongoings in health tech.

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19 September - Online



Reduce the productivity slump at go-live

1. How do you plan an EPR training rollout? .

2. Learning is a continuous journey, not a one-time event. How can you ensure your organisation embraces this mindset?

3. Investment in training is vital, but it’s not all about money; ultimately the long-term benefits far outweigh the costs.


Bermuda: The opportunities & challenges for national digital health strategies in small island states

A session with The University of Edinburgh


Why Privileged Access Management Matters

This webinar, hosted by HTN and Imprivata, brings together a panel of health IT professionals to explain the importance of Privileged Access Management in an effective cyber risk management strategy, and its pivotal role in protecting key assets, systems and people.

During the session we discuss how a Privileged Access Management (PAM) strategy helps organisations to protect systems, data and people against cyber security attacks.

Industry experts will join the session to share their learnings, advice, experiences, practical examples and what to consider with a Privileged Access Management strategy.


A session with the NHS England Blueprinting Team and Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS FT

Optimisation of the Electronic Roster and implementation of Electronic Job Planning

Community nursing and therapy services are benefiting from optimisation of the electronic roster and implementation of electronic job planning giving them access to digital tools and information to ensure more efficient workforce planning. This has positively impacted the proportion of shifts filled and will also impact both staff and patient experience (reflecting the aims of the National People Digital Strategy).

Greg Benson – eRoster & eJob Plan Manager and Chris Hampson – Operational Transformation Lead, Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS FT


The clinical impact of asking wellbeing vs vital signs

Sean Davies, Directorate Manager of Cardiology at University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust shares how using intelligent health messaging for patients diagnosed with Heart Failure has benefitted both the clinical team and patients.

The session shares how using a thorough algorithm to ask the patient about their wellbeing – instead of vital signs – improves patient awareness and promotes self management.