The Health and Care Innovation Expo 2015
In just under 2 weeks, on the 2nd and 3rd September, Inhealthcare will be attending The Health and Care Innovation Expo in Manchester to showcase our digital health offering. If you would like to hear more around how we use simple technology to create digitally enabled care pathways to improve revenue and patient care, or if you have a clinically approved health app or remote-monitoring idea, please don’t hesitate to approach us at stand 89.
Who will be there?
Bryn Sage: As the CEO at Inhealthcare, I am keen to discuss how our digital health services could benefit your healthcare organisation. With connection into N3 hosted clinical applications including The Spine, EMIS Web and SystmOne we can enable readings from healthcare applications to flow into the GP patient record. This means during consultations healthcare professionals are able to have instant access to patient data, enabling them to make more informed decisions around care. To speak about how we could support the seamless integration of our digital health platform into many already established clinical pathways, come over and speak to me.
Simon Jones : Speak to me about how we can provide digital health solutions to a range of health organisations including commissioners, General Practice (stand alone or federations), care homes and healthcare providers. In the UK we have a growing and ageing population with more long-term conditions than ever. Our digital health solutions allow self-care at scale. We provide a cost-effective solution to healthcare pressures whilst ensuring the patient is at the heart of the service. Come over and speak to me and I will explain in more detail this low cost, long-term solution.
Georgina Adamson : As the new Marketing Manager for Inhealthcare, this will be my first big event of the year which is very exciting. For me, events are a key channel to focus my efforts in getting the word out around digital health and self-testing. We are making great progress engaging with CCGs, hospitals and GP Federations and I think that this event will be key in facilitating more conversations. Whilst we have a number of digital health services on offer, my main focus over the two days will be to increase awareness of our pain management service in conjunction with PainSense (part of ADI Health), and our INR self-testing service. With our recent roll out of the pain management service across Leeds and our new strategic relationship with County Durham and Darlington, NHS Health Call, this event will be a great way to showcase some of work we have been doing. We will even be sporting branded t-shirts on the day, so come and say Hi and grab yourself a pack which explains our services and even a free pen…
Jamie Innes : As the product manager at Inhealthcare, I am focused on developing new digitally enabled services that meet the demanding needs of patients and clinicians alike. My main focus of the 2 days is to promote our multi award winning INR self-testing service in conjunction with Roche. The service enables patients who take warfarin to self-monitor from the comfort and convenience of their own homes. Patients can use a method which suits them to record their readings such as an automated phone call or an online portal. Our digital health platform integrates this data into GP systems meaning that patients can be remotely monitored without the need for regular routine appointments.
Keli Shipley : I am the Commercial Lead at PainSense (from ADI Health). We have joined Inhealthcare to create a digitally enabled care pathway for chronic pain sufferers. Patients are able to use our apps to provide them with the guidance, skills and knowledge to self-manage their pain in a way that enables them to live happier, more independent lives. Leeds CCG have commissioned this chronic pain service to enhance patient care for sufferers in the area. If you are interested in PainSense come and see me where I will be demoing Inhealthcare’s and ADI Health’s innovate PainSense apps and service. You will also find me at the SBRI Stand no.34 on 2nd September, and catch me speaking between 3pm – 3.45pm at the University Pop Up Session for Inside Health and Care. I will be tweeting from @KeliADIHEALTH for more precise timing. This is my first NHS Health and Care Innovation Expo and I cannot wait to meet you all, here’s to a great couple of days….