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How Can Connected Health Improve Patient Pathways

7th October 2015

The Landing, MediaCity


Thanks to all those that attended the Manchester Ecosystem- GM AHSN Meeting ‘How Can Connected Health Improve Patient Pathways?’ on 7th October 2015. With representatives from Health & Social Care Commissioners, Providers, researchers, local government, Industry, Charity and Patient Group representatives in attendance, the event was a great success. Many thanks to The Landing for hosting us.

Speakers

  • Carmel Dickinson, Manchester Informatics
  • Liz Ashall Payne, ECHAlliance
  • Donal O'Donoghue, GM AHSN
  • Jane Macdonald, GM AHSN
  • Clive Morris, Health Innovation Manchester
  • John Aisnworth, Health eResearch Centre
  • Helen Wilding, New Economy

The agenda and presentations are available here.

Workshops

Delegates also participated in a number of interactive workshops.

1) How can Connected Health Technology help address the prioritise of Vascular Disease, Medicines Optimisation & Patient Safety?

2) How can partners best engage to deliver better outcomes?

Social Media

A Storify capturing the event's live Twitter feed is available here.

The event report for the October Meeting is available here.