Join us on the 2nd November at Hinxton Hall for an exploration of the ‘connected person’ and their connected environment


Technology innovation in community care: trying to make sense of an irrational system

NHS secondary, primary and community care remain disjointed and fragmented. Technology is poorly utilised and insufficiently integrated. Existing structures make innovation through the NHS challenging, but the opportunities for improved care are real. James will set out his assessment of both the opportunities for using remote monitoring in the community and the problems with assuming that the NHS is rational when it comes to new technologies.

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