Day 2 - 4 May
NHS digital improves and provides national information, data and IT services for patients, clinicians, commissioners and researchers. Our goal is to improve health and social care in England by making better use of technology, data and information.
11.00 - 12.30 Providing digital health services citizens want and need
This panel session will explore the challenges of using digital channels to provide a citizen/patient facing services. We will hear from speakers from a variety of organisations.
- The opportunity - Rafael Sorribas
- Creating a trusted marketplace - lessons from the NHS Apps library - Indra Joshi NHS England
- Alzheimer's Society: Approximately 750,000 people in this country have unmet needs before, during, and after a diagnosis of dementia. This talk will focus on how the Society is using user research to inform, lead and influence service and support design - Paul Dunnery, Imogen Levy, Rik Williams
- mHabitat Digital Development Lab - Victoria Betton
Rafael Sorribas, Clinical Lead, Health Apps, Uptake and Wearables & Personal Health Record Programmes, NHS Digital
13.30 - 15.00 Paperless 2020: a local agenda - how demographically-driven change is being supported by NHS Digital
How can local care organisations engage with and embrace the national drive towards a paperless service, in a way that offers the most benefit for their population?
This session explores how NHS Digital is supporting the paperless agenda and its newly-established programme of work in the regions, from engagement with STP areas to project support spanning inception to delivery.
Eve Roodhouse, Programme Director, Implementation, Adoption and Uptake, NHS Digital