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GDE evaluation team to share lessons for Trusts at The Digital Hospitals Conference

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Arden & GEM’s Digital Transformation team will be speaking alongside the University of Edinburgh at The Digital Hospitals Conference this March to share lessons from the Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) programme evaluation.

Taking place on Tuesday 15 March, ‘The Digital Hospitals Conference: Reflecting on rapid scale up’ is being hosted by Convenzis in Manchester. The event aims to provide NHS Trust managers and leaders with a platform to meet peers, exchange insights and engage with guest speakers.

Sally Eason, Associate Director of Digital Transformation and Service Redesign at Arden & GEM, and Dr Kathrin Creswell, Director of Innovation at the University of Edinburgh’s Usher Institute, will share insights, recommendations and lessons to carry forward from the GDE programme for all trusts in their quest for digital maturity.

The morning session, titled ‘Accelerating digitally-enabled transformation: Lessons from the Global Digital Exemplar programme evaluation’ will be informed by the independent evaluation findings which praised the programme for stimulating digitally-enabled transformation and helping organisation to achieve international standards of excellence.

Further details about the event, including the registration process, can be found on the Convenzis website.

Click here to find out more about the independent evaluation of the GDE programme.