The Digital Hospitals Conference Series provides NHS Secondary care managers and leaders with a secure platform to meet with peers, exchange insights, and engage with key guest speakers from across the UK and further afield. Delegates can expect to benefit from live guest presentations, interactive question and answer sessions, meet-the-provider opportunities, and much more.
“I really enjoyed the conference, and the speakers were excellent. Thank you also for providing a seamless, quality online conference experience as well. University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust
Covid-19 has provided a springboard for innovation delivery across the NHS, we have seen unprecedented scale-up of services such as remote consulting, interoperability, the use of data, and of course the use of artificial intelligence.
However, this period of rapid scale-up posed its own challenges for patients and staff across the country. While technologies were rolled out with impressive speed, some aspects of implementation, such as evaluation, co-design, and customisation will necessarily have been a shortcut, and will need revisiting after the emergency phase of the pandemic is over.
Following several surveys conducted by the Health Foundation, it was found that NHS staff surveyed highlighted the issues of ensuring adequate IT and equipment and sufficient staffing as among the top challenges for benefiting fully from recent technological progress.
Age is sometimes cited as a factor affecting attitudes to technology and this was apparent in public surveys conducted with a larger proportion of younger people reporting positive experiences than the population as a whole, and a slightly larger proportion of those age 55 and older reporting negative experiences.
Research sources: Health Foundation, Kings Fund, NHS England, HTN
View our Safety and Sanitation Measures at our upcoming in-person events: https://www.convenzis.co.uk/safety-and-sanitation-measures/
At Convenzis we pride ourselves on our ability to develop, manage, and host both virtual and physical events for the public and commercial sectors.
Our physical events offer a unique opportunity to meet with key sector stakeholders in an informal and relaxed atmosphere, this provides an ideal chance to discuss strategic change and learn from some of the most well-respected public sector professionals in the country, all while soaking up the lovely atmosphere our venues and audience provide.
90.91% of Delegates would recommend Convenzis to their Colleagues.
90.90% of Delegates rated our speakers as either Good or Excellent.
69% of Attendees were at Senior Management Level or above.
90% of Delegates are interested in attending the next event.
27.27% of Delegates have requested a meeting with our sponsors following the Conference.
Our upcoming conference will open the debate on the key challenges and trends affecting the secondary care sector, key learning points will include:
London Surgical Trainee
Gastroenterology Registrar and Founder of the Clinician Engineer Hub
Business Director UK/ IRE
Registration, Networking & Breakfast
Chairs Opening Address
Are We There Yet?
Accelerating digitally-enabled transformation: Lessons from the Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) programme evaluation
Adopting new information systems – The most important conversations
How AI-powered speech technology can intelligently enhance clinical documentation processes
Chairs Morning Reflection
Integration of Artificial Intelligence in South Portugal MOH
Case Study: How the NHS COVID-19 Vaccine National Booking Service was deployed in 4 weeks
Hospitals of the future will be led by clinician engineers
Utilising technology to tackle cardiovascular disease: A snapshot of arrhythmia detection and stroke prevention in today’s healthcare environment
Chairs Afternoon Address
Removing complexity from audio visual and digital conferencing projects in healthcare
Delivering digital services in mental health care during the pandemic and beyond!
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