•  8 December 2023
     12:30 - 13:30


Learn from a range of InterSystems customer’ use cases how data informs timely and better decisions in their workflows and processes. The use cases explore the transformative potential of artificial intelligence (AI), highlighting its pivotal role in enabling cost efficiencies, and expediting solutions to common healthcare challenges. We will share real-world insight into innovative approaches that healthcare organisations are taking today to improve patient outcomes.

The use cases include daily issues: managing medication; providing public health insights for preventative care programs; and managing improving clinic patient booking and attendance.  As well as the wider topics of: resource utilisation; sharing operational data for clinical research; financial management; and managing the and service user patient experience.

Attending this webinar will give you insight into using data for practical approaches to running a healthy hospital with healthier care services.


Emily BurchEmily Burch, CNIO, North London Mental Health Partnership






Rami RimanRami Riman, Director of Clinical and Business Improvements, EMEA, InterSystems
Rami Riman leverages clinical best practices across multiple healthcare disciplines through the optimised use of InterSystems healthcare and data technology solutions.  By helping customers improve their workflows Rami reinforces their support for patient safety, improved efficiencies, and increased the benefit and value of their health solutions. He has extensive consultancy experience in healthcare IT, including change management consultancy, professional accreditation, hospital workflow management, and realizing a return on investment.

Prior to joining InterSystems, Rami gained a decade of clinical experience across multiple hospitals in the US, UK, Lebanon, and UAE. Rami’s passion remains in increasing patient engagement to improve community’s health and awareness. He holds a B.A. from the American University of Beirut in Biology, a Doctorate in Medicine from St. George’s University School of Medicine and a Master’s degree in infectious diseases from the University of London. Rami is board certified in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology.