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Header image for the current page Learn more about our innovative use of data to improve health at Digital Health and Care Congress 2019

Learn more about our innovative use of data to improve health at Digital Health and Care Congress 2019

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Arden & GEM’s Head of Digital Transformation, Adrian Smith will be speaking at the upcoming Digital Health and Care Congress, hosted by the King’s Fund. As part of the ‘Disruptive and innovative use of data to improve health’ breakout session on day two, Adrian will be sharing how satellite-based air quality data and modelling, combined with weather data, is being used to enhance long-term condition management for people living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and diabetes.

This annual event, taking place in London on 22-23 May, brings together leading NHS and social care professionals who are all interested in how data and technology can improve the health and wellbeing of patients and the quality and efficiency of services. With 400 delegates expected, there will be a range of high profile speakers covering the latest national developments in digital health, including a keynote address from Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP.

With a network of partners across the NHS, industry and government – including the Satellite Applications Catapult – Arden & GEM is at the forefront of digital innovation and transformation. From developing strategy, to designing at-scale solutions, to delivering digitally-enabled care, we have a wealth of experience and expertise to support you in your digital journey.    

If you would like more information on the session, or our wider digital transformation solutions, please email us at contact.ardengem@nhs.net.

Keep up to date with all the latest congress news as it happens on twitter at #KFdigital19.