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The benefits of technology were communicated early in the process, which helped prepare the workforce for change and cultivate an open-minded culture, says Katie Trott, CNIO, Royal Free London NHS FT.
Dame Fiona Caldicott, national data guardian for health and social care in England, discusses attempts at using patient data to improve the health and care of citizens, and the importance of raising awareness and building trust.
Victoria Betton, founder and managing director of mHabitat, details the process of introducing technology in challenging healthcare environments.
(Sponsored) Clinicians need to have access to the resources required to use digital systems as painlessly as possible, helping to free up their time, says Johnathan Pascall, EMEA sales director of uPerform by Ancile.
The development of digital health technologies should not stray "too far away" from the academic and clinic rigor applied to the pharma industry, says Hakim Yadi, CEO and cofounder of Closed Loop Medicine.
Caron Swinscoe, chief nurse at NHS Digital, talks about the recent launch of the HIMSS Nursing & Midwifery Network for England.
NHSX is bringing a new dimension to the digital transformation of the health service, starting with the crucial role of digital leadership and the right mindset, says Sam Shah, NHSX director of digital development.
Digital technologies will provide the only way for Japan to manage the aging of its population, argues Charles Alessi, HIMSS chief clinical officer.
Just because the technology exists doesn't mean that it's the right technology for clinicians, explains Helen Balsdon, assistant director of nursing informatics at Cambridge University Hospitals.
Dr. Phil Moore, deputy clinical chair at the NHS Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group, talks about the challenges in the latest attempt to transform healthcare in the UK.