smart healthcare – the uk’s leading event for public healthcare ict
date: 9 – 10 june 2009,
venue: earls court, london
smart healthcare live is the uk’s leading event for public healthcare ict to discover new ict solutions and products making a real impact across healthcare ict, talk face-to-face with suppliers, or update your knowledge on key public healthcare issues.
public sector talks:
sector talks will cover the issues facing the sector as a whole and what impact they will have on healthcare and the public sector. you will have the chance to get close to the action, become involved in the debate and hear from the most important, relevant and challenging figures from the uk public sector.
- what if public services were designed the way frontline staff and users wanted them?
- the trade-off between security and sharing
- the john humphrys hour
- public service delivery in tightened times; count the pennies and the services will look after themselves?
- sustainability; what does it really mean? is it possible to really provide affordable, sustainable services?
- the andrew marr hour
healthcare talks sessions will focus on the burning issues you face on a day-to-day basis; all presented by leaders in their field, these sessions will provide you with invaluable advice and guidance on the issues relevant to you in your day-to-day role.
- the new healthcare landscape
- digital mapping for health
- finding the right mobile solution
- implementing single sign on and increasing security
- unlocking service improvement and innovation
- joined up care - would it be possible to give better care to patients if organisations talked to each other more?
- business intelligence for health
increasing it costs? this seminar will explore the benefits of server based computing and desktop virtualisation with thin clients, significantly reducing it costs, cutting power consumption as well as protecting the environment.
- thin clients versus pcs in the healthcare industry
- how turning your datacentre green can save you money [dell]
- bt common medical transcription interface
- driving clinical productivity with single sign-on and context management
- speech recognition in the clinical workflow: tools for efficient healthcare documentation
- university hospital birmingham - policy based information security architecture
- achieving clinical excellence: integration of the three cs (cmo, cno, cio)
- creating the mobile workforce in the nhs
- speech recognition: new application areas
- effective labelling in healthcare [epson]
- secure remote access for mobile and flexible workers in the nhs [2e2]