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Arden & GEM to share digital transformation learning at HTN NOW

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Experts from Arden & GEM’s digital transformation team will be joining the line-up at HTN NOW September 2021.

The three-day programme of virtual events, organised by Health Tech Newspaper (HTN), will take place from 20 – 23 September, bringing together healthcare’s technology community to share their approaches, challenges and learning from current digital projects.

On Wednesday 22 September - at 9am - Arden & GEM’s Healthcare Solutions Programme Manager, Jayne Rooke, will be sharing insights and reflections from the Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) programme evaluation, including practical lessons for trusts. Jayne has been part of the GDE programme since its inception; working alongside NHS Digital, the GDE Trusts and latterly the University of Edinburgh, to deliver the programme’s baseline review, learning network and evaluation.

Later that day - at 1pm - our digital transformation team will be supporting Coventry and Warwickshire’s Integrated Care Record Programme Director, Danny Roberts, as he shares how keeping the shared vision at the centre of the programme enabled partners to successfully navigate the challenges of data sharing and contracting.

The Coventry and Warwickshire Integrated Care Record (CWICR) programme was initiated in 2019 with the aim of providing a holistic view of a patient’s care and treatment across all settings. With ten partner organisations involved in the project, robust programme management, regular stakeholder engagement and a strategic approach to communications were key.

You can find out more about the event, including how NHS and public sector healthcare professionals can register for free, by visiting HTN's dedicated webpage.