Cambridge Wireless Healthcare SIG
'Management of Chronic Long-Term Conditions - Technology Innovations in Patient Pathways'
26th September 2013
Supported by the IET, Cambridge Biomedical Campus and EAHSN
This SIG is championed by Paul Winter of TTP, Rob Blake of Philips Research UK, Peter Ferguson of Accenture and Tim Phipps of Cambridge Consultants
Charles Lowe, President-elect, Telemedicine & eHealth Section, Royal Society of Medicine: 'Adoption of New Patient Pathways'
Keith Swinburne, Programme Director of the eHealth Project, Papworth Hospital: A Single Version of the Truth' and 'Involving Patients in their Own Healthcare - What Lies Ahead?'
Dr Andrew Grace, Consultant Cardiologist, University of Cambridge: 'Conventional and Cloud-Based Monitoring of the Heart Beat'
Dr Rachel Morris, General Practice Unit, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine: 'The Challenges of Managing Patients Outside the Surgery: A GP Story'
Steve Barnard, Strategic Director of Innovation: 'Technology Care on the Cheap: How can Mainstream and Specialised Technology Solutions be Used to Support People?'