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Header image for the current page Join Arden & GEM’s digital experts at HTN Now

Join Arden & GEM’s digital experts at HTN Now

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Experts from Arden & GEM’s digital transformation and business intelligence teams will be presenting as part of a week of programmes run by Health Tech Newspaper (HTN).

HTN Now takes place during the week commencing 18 January 2021 and offers a programme of live webcast sessions, interviews and awards to share projects, innovations and technologies from across health and care.

On Tuesday 19 January, at 1pm, Arden & GEM’s Head of Digital Transformation, Adrian Smith, will be joined by Health and Wellbeing Lead from the Satellite Applications Catapult, John Vesey to share work on 5G connected ambulances.

The webinar will explore how 5G-enabled connectivity and communication has the potential to reduce unnecessary conveyance to hospital by using ‘connected ambulances’ to improve care, diagnosis and pathway decisions on scene.

On Thursday 21 January, at 9am, Arden & GEM’s Associate Director of Healthcare Intelligence, Jess Hicks will be joined by NHS England and NHS Improvement’s Head of Systems and Solutions Development, Jason Pickles to share the latest work from the Population and Person Insight workstream.

They will be sharing a new national population segmentation analysis dashboard – freely available to NHS professionals – which is designed to enable health and care systems to make better use of population insight to improve planning and decision-making.

Any NHS or public sector healthcare professionals can register for the event free of charge by visiting HTN's dedicated webpage.