Digital Vision for Health

Re-imagining health in the everything-connected world

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A revolution close to home

As scientists and surgeons push the boundaries of medical science, we are also seeing the start of a revolution in health that’s much closer to home. Digital tools and channels are helping to reshape healthcare delivery. Digital transformation is key to enabling healthcare organisations to meet urgent demands, improve patient outcomes and empower us all to look after our own health and wellbeing. Our Digital Vision for Health explores how health is evolving. Philip Chalmers – Senior Vice President, Public Sector & Health, Atos UK & Ireland

Key topics – Digital Vision for Health

Towards citizen-driven care

With the urgent need to shift from treating illness to maintaining wellbeing, what behavioural change is needed? How do we empower people to look after their own health and stay out of hospital?

Digital transformation is shifting interactions in health

We are entering the age of the citizen, with a move from centralised services towards local systems and individuals, all enabled by data and digital tools utilising platforms such as machine learning and supercomputing

Predictive health and wellbeing

Genomics is one of the most significant advances in medical science. How will advanced data analytics affect population health and support a closer partnership between citizens and clinicians?

What next for the NHS?

The UK’s first digital hospital and a paperless NHS is getting closer. What’s next on the digital roadmap for health and how are NHS organisations responding?

Download our Digital Vision for Health opinion paper

Digital Vision for Health

Re-imagining health in the everything-connected world

How digital enablers can help improve patient outcomes, support clinicians, integrate resources and meet our health needs.

Download the Digital Vision for Health opinion paper

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In order of appearance

Adrian Gregory
Chief Executive Officer, Atos UK & Ireland

Philip Chalmers
Senior Vice President, Public Sector & Health, Atos

Natalia Jimenez Lozano
PhD Life Sciences Business Development Manager, Atos

Sally Stanley
Client Executive, Health, Atos

David Karney
Business Development Director UK&I, Worldline

Dr Paul Taylor
Reader in Health Infomatics, UCL

Alan Grogan
Head of Analytics, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos

Dr Chris Streather FRCP
Chief Medical Officer, HCA Healthcare UK

Pooven Maduramuthu
Vice President, Health, Atos

The Business Services Association

Neil Griffiths
Deputy Chief Executive, UCLH

Neil MacKenzie
Partner, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos

Jeremy Nettle
Interim Senior Advisor, techUK

Ben Moody
Head of Health and Social Care, techUK

Andy Bishop
Associate Partner, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos

Elaine Bennett
Partner – Health, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos

Professor Stephen Powis
Medical Director and Digital Lead, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Patrick Phillips
Partner, IT Strategy & Transformation, Atos

Aaron Powell
Chief Digital Officer, NHS Blood and Transplant

Derek Hussey
Business Development Director, Horsebridge Network Systems Ltd

Andrew Jackson
Chief Executive, ProReal Ltd

Kulveer Ranger
SVP, Head of Strategy, Marketing, Comms & Public Affairs, Northern Europe & APAC

Isaac Swanton
Business Consultant, Atos

Christopher Joynson
Business Consultant, Atos

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