This event, hosted by UK think tank the Health Foundation will explore the key tech questions facing the NHS as it embarks on the mammoth task of recovery.
Technology and innovation are the great hopes to speed the recovery of the NHS and sustain high quality care in future.
The pandemic turbo-charged the speed of innovation in the NHS – ‘from 6 years to 6 weeks’. In its aftermath, what have we learned? What are the NHS’s priorities for technological innovation, and can we do better in identifying them? Should there be a more obvious guiding hand? How can promising innovations best be encouraged, trialled and spread across the country more quickly into an industry as complex and deeply human as health care? Can we learn from other industries? And how do we make sure technological innovations can benefit all?
This webinar will explore these key questions facing the NHS as it embarks on the mammoth task of recovery. Join us and our expert panel for deep insights.
Rory Cellan-Jones, Technology Correspondent, BBC News
Indra Joshi, Director of Artificial Intelligence, NHSX
Sam Roberts, Managing Director, Health and Care, Legal & General
Will Warburton, Director for Improvement, the Health Foundation
Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive, the Health Foundation (Chair)
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