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Welcome to our group!

Our group focuses on best practice in digital health technology, supporting members to contribute to decision making, procurement, implementation and use. It has a rapidly growing membership with a range of plans for events and content.

June Hall (Former European Healthcare and Life Sciences Business Development Director (now retired)) Chair of Digital Health SIG

Digital Health

Our Digital Health SIG focuses on best practice in digital health technology, supporting members to contribute to decision making, procurement, implementation and use. 

It has a rapidly growing membership with a range of plans for events and content.

If you are interested and would like more information please get in touch.

Upcoming Meetings

TBC

 

  • Previous Meeting Minutes:
  • We need to focus on digitising, connecting, and transforming.
  • Digital Health and Care Dragon’s Den event to be held in Jan/Feb 2022.
Resources:

ICS Digital Strategies: WGLL & Frontline Support FREE Round Table Event

Roy Lilley meets: Sonia Patel, Chief Information Officer, NHSX, Liz Ashall-Payne, CEO, ORCHA, & Sakthi Karunanithi, Director of Public Health & Wellbeing, Lancashire County Council to discuss: What does good look like? & Frontline Support

June Hall, Chair of the IHSCM Digital Special Interest Group, also joined the panel representing our IHSCM Health and Social Care members.

GIANT Health Event Panel Discussion

Michael Morgan-Curran, Shane Tickell, Hassan Chaudhury & Jon Wilks discuss How Health Managers use Digital Health Technology, and what digital tech could be used to improve patient outcomes and support staff.

Health and Social Care in a Digital Age: 
A special insight report from the IHSCM and Cerner

The year 2020 has been remarkable and transformative on many levels.  Whilst Covid19 has brought bereavement, grief and sorrow across the whole of health and social care it has also brought an immense acceleration and necessity-driven commitment to embrace new ways of working – many of which are driven by the adoption of health information technologies (HIT) and digital approaches to delivering health and social care.

This IHSCM Special Insight Report focuses on what has been achieved in HIT and digital technology and looks forward to addressing the key question of what happens next?

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