eHealth Scotland: Transforming Healthcare
Due to popular demand eHealth 2016 will once again be a two-day event, showcasing the latest technologies and offering a platform for delegates to discuss the key issues, learn from a range of expert speakers from within Scotland and beyond and network in an environment created for sharing best practice.
At this essential conference we will cover a number of number of topics including:
-Integration of health and social care and ehealth, with patient records at the centre
-One year on from ehealth strategy refresh – what’s been achieved
We are delighted to be able to offer a number of bursary funded places to those within the public and third sector working closely in transforming healthcare. These places are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Taking place in March 2016 – Holyrood magazine’s annual eHealth conference is the ideal opportunity to hear the latest updates on the eHealth Strategy and learn from successful eHealth projects delivered across Scotland and beyond.
Richard Haynes - Richard is vice president, health & social care at Capgemini UK, where he is responsible for harnessing the Group’s digital transformation capability to support clients’ work improving healthcare outcomes.
Richard has a wealth of experience helping public and private healthcare organisations to deliver major change, from whole health strategy and service provider integration to workforce productivity and retention.
Richard has over 17 years experience in with health and local public sector organisations, including providers and commissioners. Before joining Capgemini, he worked at EY, Deloitte and KPMG.
A Capgemini master class will run on day 2, entitled “Digital: enabling new models of care & disruptive business models,” and led by Richard Haynes, Vice President Health & Social Care, Capgemini. With the integration of health and social care, and the need to develop new models of care, improving outcomes and reducing costs, this masterclass draws on both practical hindsight and new innovations that could help you to transform your health & social care economy.