• 29 November 2022
    12:30 - 13:30

With NHS diagnostic services unable to keep pace with patient demand against the backdrop of ageing imaging equipment and radical structure reform, what market opportunities lie ahead for digital health suppliers and consultancies?

The move to unify clinical imaging through incoming imaging networks backed by £248m of regionwide investment represents a significant shift to improving the accuracy and faster turnaround times on tests and scans.

So how is the market adapting to the incoming networks and how can the NHS spend the £2.2bn annual investment effectively to deliver imaging services? What role will data and digital play in enabling a more productive workforce?

To coincide with the launch of Digital Health Intelligence’s launch of Diagnostics and Clinical Imaging market intelligence service, we’re exploring the market movements, trust-level digital purchasing trends and predictions for the sector.

Hear from NHS radiologists and imaging leaders who will share their views on the future of imaging and how industry can work with the NHS for improving patient outcomes.

Topics covered:
Market overview – discover spend, suppliers and key drivers
Guest NHS speakers present share their views, experiences and predictions
Q&A with NHS guests
Introduction to the new Intelligence Diagnostics and Clinical Imaging service

Chair: Hannah Crouch, Editor, Digital Health
Kasia Brzoska, Intelligence Director, Digital Health
NHS guest speaker TBC
NHS guest speaker TBC
This webinar is open to anyone interested in diagnostics and clinical imaging.

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