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An expert panel explored how the NHS can meet the needs of covid patients in the longer term – both those newly-diagnosed with the infection and those living with the effects of ‘long covid’ – at an HSJ webinar.

Davina Deniszczyc, charity and medical director at Nuffield Health as well as a practising GP; Naomi Fulop, professor of health care organisation and management at University College London; Gajan Srikanthan, medical director at Lumeon; and Erfan Karim, senior director mobile integrated health, NYC Health + Hospitals discussed how traditional models of care might need to evolve further.

This free HSJ webinar, which was supported by Lumeon, was chaired by HSJ contributor Claire Read.

It took place on Tuesday 14 September 2021 from 4.30pm to 5.15pm.

A recording of the session is now available.

For those who had previously registered for the webinar, click here to view the on demand recording.

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Davina Deniszczyc, charity and medical director, Nuffield Health

Davina Deniszczyc is the charity and medical director for Nuffield Health. She is responsible for developing activities focused on improving health and wellbeing, providing significant and measurable benefits to more people. A trained GP, Davina continues to run a clinic once a week.



Naomi Fulop, professor of health care organisation and management, University College London

Naomi Fulop is professor of health care organisation and management at University College London, visiting professor at King’s College London, and a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) senior investigator.

She co-leads one of two national rapid evaluation teams funded by NIHR to conduct rapid evaluations of innovations in health and care and is currently leading one of the national evaluations of remote home monitoring for Covid-19 patients.

She was previously chair, and is now a trustee, of Health Services Research UK and is also a non-executive director of Whittington Health Trust.


Gajan Srikanthan, medical director, Lumeon

Gajan Srikanthan is medical director at Lumeon, an NHS doctor and a healthcare technologist. He has over 10 years’ experience designing and developing cloud-based solutions that help transform clinical and operational care delivery models. He is also an expert in knowledge-based decision support systems.


Erfan Karim, senior director mobile integrated health, NYC Health + Hospitals

Erfan Karim is senior director of mobile integrated health at NYC Health + Hospitals. In this role he leads the organisation’s ExpressCare service line, which provides in-person and virtual urgent care. Erfan also assisted in the hospital’s covid response by co-leading the implementation of the covid-19 home monitoring programme and transitions of care initiatives. He holds a master’s in public health from New York University’s College of Global Public Health and a BSc from The City University of New York (CUNY) Medical School.




Claire Read, contributor, HSJ

Claire Read is a professional writer and editor who has specialised in healthcare throughout her 20-year career. She has been a regular contributor to HSJ since 2012 and has a particular interest in healthcare digitisation and technology.


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