IDH Conference: Making high-quality digital health a reality for patients
What should we be doing to facilitate high quality digital healthcare?
The digital health field is rapidly evolving, and there is policy support for it within the NHS, but innovation has been patchy, with some areas forging ahead and some areas neglected. This conference aims to give an overview of where we are now with a digital NHS, and to discuss what’s needed to realise the potential of interactive patient-facing digital health innovations. The conference will bring together different stakeholders in the digital health field, to facilitate collaborations for learning, innovation and research.
Find out about
- what the NHS needs (and doesn’t need) in terms of patient-facing digital health
- the opportunities and challenges for patient-facing digital innovation for health
- explore collaboration opportunities
Join us and engage with wide range of academics, researchers, clinicians, PhD students, policy makers, entrepreneurs, public sector and industry leaders.
Innovation into practice – Challenges and Reflections from the NHS National Diabetes Programme
Ben McGough: Digital Workstream Lead – NHS Diabetes Programme
Challenges and successes in delivering health care digitally: the view from academia
Elizabeth Murray: Professor of e-Health and Primary Care, UCL e-Health Unit and Founder and Managing Director, HeLP Digital
This session aims facilitate collaborations focused on digital health priorities. We are using the Well-Sorted online tool to determine the topics for the breakout groups. After you have registered we will send you the link to submit your three innovation and research priorities for digital health. This is your opportunity to highlight priorities that you are passionate about and would be interested in exploring further. Please look out for this email!
Further details regarding the panel discussion, showcase presentations and collaboration facilitation will be added shortly.
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