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Upcoming webinars

12/31/2000 to 03/27/2024
Webinar: Federating health and social care data to improve population health

📅 26/03/2024 | 🕓 10.30am-11.15am
This HSJ webinar, in association with Snowflake, will look at a real life example of data being used to drive improvements which could have both long-term and short-term benefits for the NHS and the populations it serves. It will focus on the sharing of data across Greater Manchester, including with primary care.
12/31/2000 to 04/17/2024
Webinar: How to best manage the increasing number of patients seeking obesity treatment

📅 16/04/2024 | 🕓 10.30am-11.15am
This HSJ webinar, in association with Oviva, will ask how the NHS can tackle access variation to specialist weight management services and ensure equitable access to the highly effective new drugs and how commissioners in integrated care boards can build a case for greater investment in weight management services – especially as many of the benefits will be delivered over the long term.
12/31/2000 to 05/01/2024
Webinar: Accelerating the Cancer Pathway through Intelligent Automation

📅 30/04/2024 | 🕓 10.30am-11.15am
This is a promotional webinar, organised by SSC blueprism in conjunction with HSJ and is fully funded by SSC blueprism. It is intended for UK Healthcare Professionals only. There are myriad challenges in cancer care and treatment, but none is greater than that of the workforce. As we explore solutions, Intelligent Automation (IA) is emerging as a genuine gamechanger for the cancer pathway, automating critical labour-intensive manual tasks, resulting in freeing up time for healthcare professionals to focus on human-centred patient care.
12/31/2000 to 04/17/2024
Webinar: Could better data flow help improve virtual ward outcomes?

📅 22/05/2024 | 🕓 10.30am-11.15am
This HSJ webinar, run in association with The Access Group, brings together a small panel to consider the answers to important questions like how can ICSs do this without adding yet more systems (and cost)?, where might this fit in with other ideas of holistic patient records? And how might we define success for virtual wards, beyond simple bed numbers.

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