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Social Mixer: Innovations in Home Monitoring

Join us at our November 2021 Social Mixer: Innovations in home monitoring

Covid 19 has led to a step change in the way care is delivered, with more patients being monitored outside of acute hospitals, at home or in the community. The digital health care ecosystem is adapting to this new way of working and we’re pleased to make a platform for conversations around it available.

Our key note speaker is Prof Dan Lasserson (Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and University of Warwick), providing his perspectives on what makes implementation successful.

TheHill community meets for these social mixers, they are only one of a range of online programmes which we hold.

We aim to provide a space for people with a passion for digital innovation in health and care to meet. We have innovators, digital developers, clinicians, non clinical NHS staff, carers, patients, managers, decision makers, investors and many others who attend. Also our digital innovation ambassadors who champion the latest digital technology in the OUH Trust.

Make sure you have access to the latest version of Zoom, we sometimes use the latest features which may not be available in older versions.

Do send your full name (first name and last name) in your profile settings so we can identify you

There will be the chance to chat to others from across the ecosystem, speakers on our topic with input from prominent members of our community.

We also have what we call ‘speed networking’ – you’ll be paired up randomly with other attendees for a few minutes of very quick introductions. It’s intended to open the door for further discussions should they be useful.

And finally, there’s a chance for those who would like to, to explain their innovations or ideas in 30 second pitches.

Register here

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