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The NHS must ensure that it takes advantage of the opportunity that technology bestows upon it by ensuring that all stakeholders are prepared and willing to embrace innovation, says James Freed, CIO, Health Education England.
Nicola Dames, CEO of Vanilla Blush, talks about how her patient experience provided the inspiration needed to transform her business into a healthcare provider.
Providing the patient with control of their data is essential, according to Dr. Shafi Ahmed, CMO, Medical Realities, and smartphones are an indispensable tool for empowering the patient.
Further collaboration between key stakeholders in needed to protect the NHS' national critical infrastructure against hacktivists, major crime organizations and nation states, says Dr. Saif Abed, healthcare cybersecurity expert with AbedGraham.
Ewan Davis, CEO of Inidus, talks about his experience championing innovation and open platform adoption.
Ewan Davis, CEO, Inidus, says that patient-centered care is important, but it's also necessary to focus on how your staff is supported to deliver that care. He also shares his predictions and hopes for the future of the NHS.
Mark Duman, managing director of MD Healthcare Consultants, discusses the need to allow citizens to embrace innovation and urges all stakeholders to collaborate in order to achieve a cultural shift in the NHS.
(Sponsored) Julian Ranger, chairman of Digi.Me, talks about what UK health secretary Matt Hancock needs to do to open a new digital era in healthcare.
Hazel Jones, Programme Director, Apps & Wearables at NHS Digital talks about the wide range of healthcare apps that were put through a stringent assessment process before being made available in the UK's NHS apps library.
Adrian Byrne, CIO of the UK's University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, discusses his organization's journey toward developing an electronic patient record (EPR), which involved an integration engine and standard messaging.