How does your healthcare organisation keep up with the rapidly-changing technology?
Salford Professional Development are bringing experts and innovators in healthcare industry close to you – to offer a comprehensive insight into current challenges in the field, as well as some practically useful technical advice, for the third time – following the success of previous editions of this event. The only event of this kind in the region, it will be a day full of informative talks, interactive sessions, seminars and networking, led by the most influential and knowledgeable individuals in the healthcare technology area.
Delegate feedback from our last two Healthcare Technology conferences includes:
” Very well organised, nice venue, good range of presentations and the option to choose most relevant seminars.”
In January 2019, the NHS made a huge step forward – publishing a Long Term Plan that set out very ambitious plans for the next decade. This conference will provide a full picture of the processes in this transformation – welcoming speakers from the organisations directly involved, it will provide an insight into the challenges currently faced across the sector in terms of various aspects of technology. Subjects covered will include current overview of initiatives and projects across the NHS designed to deliver the goals of the Long Term Plan. It will also give you an opportunity to discuss non-technologically related barriers, such as human behaviour, data protection and open access, as well as ethical concerns. The event will also feature inspirational case studies – including success stories of the local NHS organisations, which are examples of world-class excellence and outstanding leadership.
Join us for a day that will help you understand current technological challenges, and enable you to establish a mindset allowing digital transformation to happen in your organisation. You will also learn how to work with your colleagues to exploit technology efficiently, in the mutual goal to improve patient clinical outcomes and care in the UK.