Bring ideas to life
The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic is an event horizon that will bring lasting change across the Healthcare industry. Every crisis, however, has one advantage – it makes you stop and think. The Health Sector’s ability to innovate is the single most important factor that will determine how it responds to the changing socio-economic environment. We have already seen an upsurge in the application of digital technologies to solve immediate problems – virtual care, remote monitoring, diagnostics, chatbot, remote triage, and wearables. These new solutions are being implemented in the core workflows of NHS Scotland and its partner organisations in the middle of this pandemic.
Whether you are trying to modernise your core clinical or business applications or improve your employee experience, whether you are trying to shield yourself from emerging security and regulatory risks or exploring new ways of delivering care to citizens, or whether you are trying to manage your carbon footprint – Atos has expertise and proven credentials to help you in every step of your journey and we are committed to your growth.
Please choose the session that is most relevant to you (you are welcome to attend more than one).
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Tuesday, 26th January, 9:00 – 12:30
On the first day we are bringing together a community of leaders across NHS Scotland, to begin a discussion around innovation, set around a day in the life of a patient journey and through the use of interactive tools, create and exchange ideas on how digital solutions might transform that patient experience.
Day in the life of a patient
Wednesday, 27th January, 9:00 – 12:30
On day two, we will explore those transformation themes further, with participation from a group of Atos partners who are specialists in the health sector. Through a series of interactive sessions, we will bring these thoughts and ideas of how the patient experience could be transformed through the application of innovative digital tools.
Day in the life of a care provider
Thursday, 28th January, 9:00 – 12:30
On day three, we will explore transformational themes from the perspective of the care provider, to share ideas on how this group and their services can use innovation through digital care tools to deliver a better patient experience.