On 24th and 25th February, the Health + Care Show of 2021 will launch online, combining the collective knowledge of senior healthcare managers and clinicians to learn, collaborate and network at a crucial time of change during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As experienced technology providers for the UK public sector, NFON will sponsor two sessions at the event:
‘A Testing Ground for the Remote Consultation’ (24th February, 10:40 – 11:10)
‘Digital First, Cloudya & The Talking Cure’ (25th February, 11:45 – 12:15)
In both sessions we will be joined by Ciaron Hoye, Deputy Chief Information Officer, NHS Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group and as
Whether you are already registered to attend the Health + Care Online Show or you still need to confirm your place, this blog will reveal 11 things you need to know about the upcoming event and why you should come along.
- The Health + Care Show Online is the UK’s leading event of its kind – a virtual event exclusively for the health and social care community which has been innovatively adapted from the annual show usually hosted at the London eXcel. This time, you can watch sessions, network and learn from the comfort and safety of your home
- Over 3,000 healthcare professionals are set to attend, making it one of the biggest virtual events yet for the healthcare sector in 2021.
- The event is free to attend for all healthcare & care professionals, allowing you to maximise the value of your presence with no costs incurred to your budget. What’s not to love?
- Watch 50 sessions (that’s 50 total hours) spread over a two-day programme, including case studies, panel debates and keynotes. These sessions will offer both clinical and non-clinical material, promising exceptional educational content that is applicable to everyone.
- Over 100 speakers will deliver the sessions, from senior healthcare leaders, policymakers and strategists, to key workers in the frontline of the NHS. With so much ground to cover, we think you’ll agree that there are fascinating sessions are in store.
- You’ll have the opportunity to join in discussions and panel debates that have the power to shape the future of Health and Social care.
- Ask questions directly to key speakers, share your own experiences and hear from peers across the sector. Collaboration & active participation from attendees is a huge aspect of the event, and sessions offer ample chances for you to get involved.
- The event will showcase new products, services and future developments coming to the healthcare sector through virtual exhibition stands.
- You’ll hear first-hand about these upcoming trends in the healthcare and how they can enable your healthcare organisation to reach its needs. NFON’s sponsored session, for example, explores how advances in technological software such as Cloud telephony have enabled GP practices to care for patients remotely over telephone and video consultations. This is an example of how digitalisation has improved the efficiency, security and quality of care in healthcare during COVID-19, which our session will cover in more detail.
- Looking to expand on your technology or Smarter Working practices? You have come to the right place: An integral topic of discussion throughout the event will be the innovations in technology and digitalisation that have emerged since the start of the pandemic. How healthcare organisations can harness these developments and their benefits to the far-reaching corners of the UK is the next challenge to address.
- The Health + Care Online programme event is being updated daily. To find out the latest speakers, sessions and virtual sponsors confirmed across the two-days, view the agenda here. Whilst you’re there, view more information about NFON’s sponsored sessions.
The NHS has faced many difficulties during its half-century existence, but none that reach the global urgency of COVID-19. The Health + Care Online Show has arrived at a necessary time of reflection for healthcare workers to come together and recognise the enduring challenges the sector has overcome in the past 12 months, and what lies in the great journey ahead.
We all owe it to ourselves to really learn from COVID-19 and the many lessons it has taught us. We look forward to seeing you there!