Volume 4 / Issue 5 / 2009 - HITM News

WOHIT Conference & Exhibition

Mobile and wireless technologies offer the opportunity to secure the delivery of more patient-centred care. Better access to knowledge at the point of care also increases overall efficiency and reduces costs.

 

This one-day conference will bring together healthcare IT professionals and clinicians alike to explore how to realise the benefits of mobile and wireless technologies both on the ward and in the community.

 

This conference will enable ICT professionals to learn through a combination of practical case studies, keynote addresses, workshops, panel discussions and interactive product demonstrations.

 

The conference will explore questions such as:

Ó How can mobile technologies enable the delivery of more efficient care that enhances the patient experience?

Ó How can investment in mobile and wireless technology contribute to the realisation of strategic business outcomes?

Ó As the threats develop and technology evolves, how can you ensure sensitive data is both mobile and safe?

Ó How can you adapt processes and systems to support mobility?

Ó What steps can you take to streamline programme steps for mobile devices?

Ó To what extent will you need to reassess the organisation of information and data when implementing mobile devices?

 

Confirmed speakers include:

Ó Dr Nick Gaunt, NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement;

Ó Barbara Stuttle CBE, Directorate of Quality, Clinical Development and Innovation, NHS South West Essex and

Ó Danny Roberts, University Hospitals and Warwick NHS Trust.

 

For more information, please visit: www.smarthealthcare.com/mobile-wireless


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