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Join Apadmi and MSP for an evening all about digital healthcare, considering how tech can unlock the potential of data, and transform businesses in this sector
Apadmi is a mobile technology company that works with clients of all sizes to help them realise how and where to use mobile to transform their business. Since 2016, they’ve been working with the NHS to do just that, initially developing a tablet-based app that digitised paperwork, improved efficiency, saved hundreds of nurse hours – and most importantly saved lives. Now, they’re working on the next stage of their digital transformation, utilising the rich data that’s become available to them. Hear the inside story from the NHS team, and find out how other organisations are using data to improve healthcare.
Cat Jones, Product Manager at Apadmi, has extensive experience in the tech sector. Previously the owner of a mobile solutions start-up agency, she now works with Apadmi’s most high-profile clients, helping them to identify innovative solutions that will address their most prevalent company issues and Laura Ellis-Morgan, formerly a Specialist Nurse within NHSBT, Laura’s move into the tech world provided a unique insight into the DonorPath project, which has helped save lives in a new way. Together, the duo will be discussing the journey from the perspective of the NHS and Apadmi , highlighting the challenges faced, the benefits the NHS nursing teams have seen since implementation, and what’s next for their data-driven transformation.
Chris Isaacs, Director of Connected Diagnostics, is a senior product & services professional with 20 years’ experience in managing all aspects of technical and business operations across healthcare and ICT sectors. Chris has more than nine years of experience in connected diagnostics and eHealth solutions and is passionate about the benefits these bring to challenge areas in global health and infectious diseases. He will be discussing how the collection and usage of health data, in low to middle income countries is helping to control infectious diseases and manage outbreaks
Marie Kane, Director of Corporate Strategy & Deputy CEO of NWeH – world leaders in the innovative and trustworthy use of routinely collected healthcare data for clinical trials. Marie has a wealth of experience in both Higher Education and the NHS having worked in web services, institutional change projects, knowledge management and research – talk to be announced shortly.
Amanda Lamb is the Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer of the award-winning Connected Health Cities (CHC), a global programme for the implementation of Learning Health Systems to unlock the transformational power of data. Recently added to the Northern Power Women Future list, she has worked for nearly 20 years across the Life Science and Healthcare sectors. A founding member of the UK’s leading Health Informatics academic group, and co-creator of #DataSavesLives and the CHC Method, she has driven cultural change across pan-disciplinary, multi-organisational systems to deliver real impact for patients – talk to be announced shortly.
Tue, 19 Nov 2019
17:30 - 20:30
Tech Incubator, Oxford Road, Manchester, M1 7ED,
When: Tue, 19 November 2019, 17:30 – 20:30 GMT Where: Tech Incubator, Oxford Road, Manchester, M1 7ED