(Sponsored) James Norman, DellEMC's healthcare CIO for Europe, Middle East and Africa, talks about Dell's role in care transformation for the UK health system.
(Sponsored) David Hancock, client engagement director at Intersystems, discusses the importance of having a standard information model to advance interoperability and gain wider adoption.
Hans Aubauer, general director of the Social Security Service of Austria, explains how his country is incentivizing the clinical and the patient community to improve care quality.
(Sponsored) Nick Harte, solutions director for Cambio Healthcare Systems, explains why he thinks genomics, smart systems, standardized care and the adoption of data standards have such huge potential for the sector.
(Sponsored) Rhonda Collins, chief nursing officer at Vocera Communications, discusses ways new notification and communication platforms are connecting care teams without overburdening clinicians.
Naila Siddiqui Kamal, MD, senior lecturer at Imperial College London, discusses ways doctors can rise above the worries tied to IT adoption and instead embrace the ways that digital technology can assist them in caring for our populations.
Matthew Swindells, national director: operations and information for NHS England, tells Charles Alessi, MD, chief clinical officer for HIMSS International, how the UK health system is evolving in the age of technology.
Nav Chana, chair of England's National Association of Primary Care, lays out the model's framework and speaks about the digital backbone needed to support clinical decision making.
Joanne Bosanquet, deputy chief nurse at Public Health England, and HIMSS International Chief Clinical Officer Charles Alessi, weigh the benefits of tech adoption with the need to give nurses the support, and time, they need to embrace change.
Richard Corbridge, chief digital and information officer for Leeds Teaching, and Daniel Ray, director of data science for NHS Digital, discuss the tangible ways healthcare data is advancing population health for the United Kingdom.