The Digital Healthcare Show
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Building open healthcare platforms through the cloud
Healthcare ecosystems are facing unprecedented challenges as the need to collaborate online and in real time towards a shared goal has never been higher. Organisations have had to leverage cloud solutions to accelerate their digitalisation plans and advance the experience provided to patients and professionals.
The COVID Effect: Chronic conditions and pain management
In this webinar hosted by The Digital Healthcare Show, the panel of cross sector experts will explore how the pandemic has hugely altered the treatment of patients with chronic conditions, and specifically delayed the pain treatments of an estimated 150,000 people.
COVID-19: Developing a population health-powered response
This webinar will demonstrate how Population Health Management is being used as a powerful tool in the response to COVID-19 at the level of system, place and neighbourhood and individuals.
Tech4CV19 - The Call to Arms webinar
Tech4CV19 is a volunteer group of digital health and social care leaders helping to get the right healthcare tech to the right place. This webinar will introduce Tech4CV19, the call to arms to support both tech suppliers and care organisations during COVID-19 and share examples of companies who pivoted to provide additional support.
How e-health innovations have helped fight the pandemic
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has radically accelerated the adoption of digital health solutions, with many experts believing that this shift towards digital practices will be a long term reformthat otherwise might have taken years to implement.
A new era for digital healthcare
ehi Live 2019 will be fully incorporated into the next Digital Healthcare Show, which is part of the Health+Care series of events on 26th-27th June 2019 at London ExCeL. The current NHS climate is tough for all health professionals, and those tasked with digital transformation have a particularly heavy weight of responsibility within their organisation to deliver an integrated, interoperable yet patient-centred system.