Innovation in Healthcare: Creating a Health Service Fit for the Future
Time: 08:30 - 16:30
Venue: The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
The digital health landscape is moving at pace. The global market for digital health is expected to reach almost £43bn by 2018 and over £408bn by 2025. This rapid growth means that there is a wealth of innovative solutions available to health providers, many of which could transform healthcare services and offer opportunities for addressing current challenges facing the healthcare system.
As digital technology evolves the parameters of care are also shifting. Remote monitoring, Internet of Things, wearable and smartphone technology are all becoming more common. Therefore it is individuals who will increasingly hold important health data. Used collectively, could such data and information improve our health system beyond recognition?
Innovation in Healthcare: Creating a Health Service Fit for the Future will support care providers to develop a modern, efficient and responsive health service fit for the future. It will explore how the NHS can drive service improvement using new digital technology, information and innovations.
The agenda will include practical examples of service transformation, new care models and information sharing that can help drive a more convenient and personalised health and care service.