Arden & GEM’s digital transformation team will be joining the NHS Innovation Conference on 17 November 2022 to share how innovations in technology, connectivity and pathways are helping the NHS to tackle growing demand and backlogs in endoscopy services.
The NHS Innovation Conference, hosted by Convenzis, will take place virtually on Thursday 17 November. The CPD accredited event has been developed exclusively for NHS innovators and secondary care leaders, with a thought-provoking and topical agenda.
The third session, at 11.40am, will be delivered by Arden & GEM’s Senior Digital Partnerships Manager, Ben Panton. Ben has several years' experience working in healthcare with a particular focus on service improvement and pathway redesign. His current role is focused on building collaborative relationships across the health and social care sectors between NHS, local authority and commercial partners with the aim of implementing and evaluating digital solutions that can benefit patients and care delivery.
In this session, Ben will be sharing how innovations in technology, connectivity and pathways are helping the NHS to tackle growing demand and backlogs in endoscopy services. One such innovation is a current West Midlands trial for the self-administration of closed capsule endoscopy.
With responsibility for working with NHS partners and producing an evidence base to inform future use, NHS Arden & GEM will share the latest findings, and their implications for adjacent technologies and wider at-home diagnostics.
For more details about the event please, including how NHS senior managers can access complimentary places, visit the Convenzis website.