With consumers experiencing exceptional UX when shopping online or booking a hair appointment, there is a growing expectation of personalised digital healthcare that is tailored to their needs and preferences. So, what do future models of care look like and how can we move towards them intentionally and effectively?
As healthcare organisations become more digitally advanced and technologies such as Ai and automation are leveraged to improve patient outcomes and support clinicians, it is time to reimagine the future of care. How can we drive efficiency while humanising healthcare? How will we overcome social determinants of health including income level, gender, race and employment status?
In the busy and segmented healthcare market, the industry must move forward intentionally, with regular user-led consultation. At some of our past conferences, we have looked at Cultivating a Culture of Value Assessment & Collaboration in Health and moving From Rapid Change to Sustainable Practice.
For our January COVID: a Catalyst for Change event, we will be exploring the next steps towards integrated care, improving the quality of healthcare research through user-led design and enhancing patient engagement.
Dr. O. Buchi Reddy is a system leader for change, delivering Diabetes Clinical Transformation at scale and pace through working with people with diabetes using data, technology, training and change management tools across North West London. He is determined to challenge the status-quo of the medical world and believes that big data can change practice but will never replace big ideas!
As a practising primary care doctor, board member and digital advisor for the Central London health system, Simon brings experience from a variety of healthcare settings, systems and countries. He is passionate about innovating in healthcare for the benefit of patients, clinicians and healthcare systems and is helping to drive new ways of providing healthcare for patients and clinicians in the public and private sectors.
Lesley brings a diverse clinical background and is passionate about delivering large scale change in complex NHS environments. She has led award-winning successful programmes in diabetes / integrated health and social care reform around diagnoses and community services.
Spotting early how important a role “Integrated Automation” would play in healthcare, Olly leads the team at Alphalake to bring much needed efficiency and service improvement to the industry. Believing in the merits of health data consumerism and welcoming the shift to a more holistic approach to health, Olly aims to help unify healthcare and free up resources to focus on human care.