Cloud and mobile technology offer enormous potential benefits for healthcare, enabling scaling of on demand on the move services and are the focus of one of most exciting tracks at Digital Health Rewired 2020.
The cloud and mobile track will explore the latest developments in how pioneering NHS organisations and their partners are leveraging cloud to improve productivity and reduce costs.
Highlights include Ross Fullerton, director of strategy, London Ambulance Service, talking about the essential lessons from the trust’s digital journey and Daan Dohman, founder and CEO of coaching app, Luscii, who will be speaking about lessons from remote care at scale in the Netherlands.
Another key speaker is Cleveland Henry, director of cloud at UKCloud Health, who will set the scene on how healthcare organsiations across the UK are making the journey into the cloud and the benefits they are seeing.
UKCloud Health company are also the conference sponsor of the Cloud and Mobile track at Rewired.
Henry said UKCloud Health chose to take part in Rewired as it gives it the “the opportunity to demonstrate our evolving and increasing products and services that are tailored to meet the needs of the health and care community”.
When asked what makes Rewired stand out from the crowd, Henry said: “Rewired is different because it has a laser-focussed agenda of speakers and suppliers, mixed with the best attendance of senior NHS technology professionals.
“Day one allows powerful leadership engagement, learning and challenge followed by day two with it’s focussed arenas such as Cloud and Mobile, of which we at UKCloud are proud sponsors.”
He also adds that he hopes delegates will come away from the event understanding what is “truly possible” when it comes to the use of cloud in healthcare.
He said: “For example we will discuss and demonstrate how we have assisted organisation in migrating to the cloud with both legacy and cloud-native applications and our journey to the cloud offerings that seek to help organisation actually move from cloud-keen to cloud adoption.
“Outside of just us, delegates can expect to take away a number of learnings and actions that they can apply in their own organisation.”
The speaker sponsor for Cloud and Mobile is digital business platform company, Alfreso.
Jean Van Vuuren, regional vice president at Alfresco, said Rewired provided a “great opportunity to engage with a targeted senior level NHS audience”.
He added: “Rewired is a unique event that brings the most senior NHS CCIOs and CIOs together with a focus on digital transformation that greatly benefits patient outcomes, and also enables medical staff to focus more time on what patients actually need.
“We are able to engage with the right people and have conversations around their care priorities, initiatives around driving digitally-enabled care and the implications on their technology strategy.”
Van Vuuren also said that they hoped Rewired delegates would come away with more knowledge as to what Alfresco can offer the NHS.
“We hope delegates will come away with an understanding of how an enterprise content management (ECM) platform is a key enabling technology for modernising the NHS as well as the knowledge that with Alfresco’s cloud offering you can build your apps and manage your digital operations without the cost and complexity of deploying, managing and updating the platform,” he said.
Digital Health Rewired 2020, which takes place between 3-4 March, is focused on connecting everyone working in health IT with the very best in innovative and disruptive digital health.
Day one of Rewired 2020 begins with the Digital Health Leadership Summit, a one-day conference dedicated to those leading on digital health across the NHS.
Day two of Rewired 2020 features the main Rewired Conference and Exhibition, which has moved to the bigger Olympia National. Seven dedicated conference tracks will cover the most exciting trends in digital health and innovation, including AI and Analytics.
Register your place at Rewired 2020 today.