We’re very excited about the upcoming Digital Health Rewired taking place at the NEC in Birmingham on 12-13 March 2024.
Rewired is an event for the digital health community with an unmissable CPD-accredited programme, inspiring keynotes, national speakers, digital NHS best practice presentations and multiple networking opportunities.
We’ll be in attendance, and hope to see you there. If you’d like to book in with us please contact Patrick directly through his LinkedIn profile.
Here are the talks that we are particularly looking forward to:
Project Apollo live from London
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS FT (GSTT) and King’s College Hospital(KCH) in October 2023 went live with the largest EPR project yet in London, the £500m project Apollo. Keeping good a promise he made at Rewired 2022 Dr Ian Abbs, CEO GSTT, makes a return to Rewired, alongside Beverley Bryant, CDIO at GSTT and KCH, to share with the Rewired audience how the project went and what comes next.
Using technology to support NHS recovery
Developing intelligent workflows – how to use automation, AI and design to drive improvements in workflows to help NHS recovery and efficiency
Keynote NHS App: transforming the front door to the NHS
NHS trusts EPR transformation tales
Hear a range of EPR transformation tales, covering collaboration, convergence and digital maturity. Gain insight into how digital technology can help to transform the management of long-term conditions and tackle the increasingly challenged waiting lists. Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust share how they are creating over 1 million clinical documents a month through implementing and EPR. A collective of Sussex and Surrey Trusts will highlight how a collaborative approach has achieved financial efficiencies and benefited from sharing procurement tasks and evaluation expertise across the partners. Understand how Digital Health and Care Wales are moving forward after open assessments testing trusts digital system maturity.
Live AI bake-off: ChatGPT vs human doctors
ChatGPT and health trained LLMs will be put to the test in a live bake-off with human NHS doctors in a lively end of day session that will explore key issues surrounding use AI tools for clinical diagnosis. Join us for the showdown between machines and humans.
The format will be a panel of expert doctors who will critique diagnostic responses to a series of model patient diagnostic queries fed in advance into ChatGPT and dedicated health LLMs, with the results shown on screen on stage. The panel will be asked to highlight problems with the diagnosis or treatment recommendations.
Delivering secure data environments
In this session explore different approaches to creating secure data environments at scale and how the latest developments have proven to improve health and reduce inequalities across regions. Explore experiences into interoperability to deliver data for research and development opportunities. Then delve into creating one of the largest diverse data assets in the world and how it offers unparalleled opportunities to improve patient care.
Building smarter hospitals to digitally enable better patient care
Hear the latest on the New Hospital Programme (NHP) using digital for smart hospital design. Understand the digital vision and the impact on patient outcomes and staff experiences. This is an opportunity to learning from other digital health programs and NHP’s evidence-based approach.
Smart hospitals, sensors and tracking
The smart hospitals and sensors session will explore latest developments in patient sensors and smart technology in hospitals, including continuous wearable respiratory rate monitoring in acute hospital wards.
Sustainability for smart health
In this session we will address the importance of include sustainability throughout all aspects of digital transformation and highlight the areas currently overlooked. Discuss how the successful implementation of digital innovations can align with operational requirements which is crucial for effectively addressing the health crisis induced by climate change.
Future gazing: Smart tech in action
How is smart tech changing healthcare and what does this mean for both clinicians and patients. Hear how the use of VR headsets can change the impact for outpatients MVA patients and how the findings can be applied cross trusts. Delve into pioneering a collaborative front on Intelligent Automation development across six acute Trusts.
At Adapt, we specialise in working with healthcare providers, implementing technical solutions to solve challenges like those faced in transitioning to digital healthcare services. Our team focuses on creating bespoke software solutions that align with the unique demands of the modern healthcare sector. From streamlining patient management systems to integrating advanced telemedicine platforms, our aim is to enhance the efficiency and accessibility of healthcare services. By leveraging our expertise in technology, we strive to bridge the gap between traditional healthcare methods and the evolving digital landscape, ensuring a smoother, more effective healthcare experience for both providers and patients.