CECOPS CIC is running a not-to-be-missed one day Masterclass, which will focus on assessing, accelerating and scaling up organisational readiness in the digital health space.
The rapid rate of development of digital health technologies and innovations, and the drive to get them adopted and scaled up, mean it is critical that local, regional and national organisations are ready. For a marketplace to be successful, there needs to be a balance between demand and supply, and this class will look at how this might be achieved.
The main aims of the masterclass are to:
- get people thinking about readiness when planning, commissioning and procuring digital health technologies and innovations
- consider what readiness looks like and what components are needed to make this happen
- look at how readiness can be scaled up and accelerated
- identify the links between demand and supply aspects of the market and consider how these might work in tandem to get wider adoption, scaling up and spread
- consider wider aspects of readiness in terms of data, information, change management, quality, risk, security and regulation, and alignment of digital delivery with health and care priorities
- bring together the relevant connections between individuals and organisations to make effective changes
- demonstrate how standards and tools can support readiness.
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Extensive research and investment is being carried out into the use of assistive technologies in social care.
Innovations range from socially assistive technology such as Amazon Alexa and Softbank Robotics’ Pepper robot, which is already being trialled at care facilities in the UK, to a growing array of physically assistive robotic systems.
Continue reading “The Brave New World Of Assistive Tech In Care”
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Warning the following blog may contain cricket!
I wrote this blog at the beginning of August having digested the excitement of the cricket World Cup. My esteemed marketing colleagues at everyLIFE saw it had a cricket flavour and consigned it to the LBW (Let the Blog Wait) tray which maybe worth revisiting on a slow news day; something has changed!
This is what I wrote:
Why are Ben Stokes, Sir Ian Botham, Kapil Dev, Sir Gary Sobers, Betty Wilson, Jacques Kallis, Imran Khan or Keith Miller so revered and respected as Test Match cricketers? Simply because they are once-in-a-generation cricketers who are genuine international class all-rounders.
Continue reading “Bat, Bowl or Both? The Risks of Playing An All-Rounder In Digital Care Planning”
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Last month Panorama’s Care in Crisis documentaries threw a stark light on the funding crisis facing the care sector. Now that the dust is settling and attention is already being diverted, it is important to ensure that the issues raised, and still very much present, are none the less addressed.
Continue reading “Technology Can Help Ease The Social Care Crisis”
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everyLIFE’s vision has always been to see outstanding care being provided by a connected and empowered global care community. Part of this vision means building trust in care through innovative technology solutions.
Continue reading “G-Cloud 11: Why & What Is It For?”
Digital Healthcare sits at the heart of Health+Care, the largest integrated healthcare event in the UK. In June 2017 they welcomed 5901 attendees who came together under one roof to find practical solutions to put their transformation plans into action and drive digitally enabled care. Join us again 26-27 June 2019 at ExCeL London which will showcase the latest innovations for you to take away tangible solutions to implement into your digital strategy.