PRSB to participate in the inaugural Leading Healthcare Innovation Summit

The PRSB is excited to announce that it will be exhibiting at a new physical event, hosted by the team behind Healthcare Excellence Through Technology (HETT), designed to support future-focused thought leadership on healthcare innovation.

The Leading Healthcare Innovation Summit (LHIS) will take place on 9th February 2022 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, and will include more than 60 expert speakers, 14 hours of CPD accredited content, workshops and networking opportunities.

The agenda is split into three focused streams: Remote Care, Integrated Care Systems and Digital Inclusion & UX Design. The streams are designed to help senior leadership to solve the sectors most pressing challenges and opportunities in digital transformation, including data innovation, Population health, shared care records, new clinical pathways; diversity and inclusion in data and products; service and user inclusive design; remote care and patient monitoring; virtual consultations and ICS development.

During the event, Maureen Baker CBE, Chair of the PRSB, will be delivering a talk on the future of personalised care. This will cover the growth in remote monitoring, digital devices and apps, empowerment of the individual through self-testing and a vision of the self-directed patient of the future.

Nilesh Bharakhada, Executive Clinical Director of the PRSB, will also be chairing a panel session on shared care records. He’ll be joined by Emma Davis, Clinical Lead at Hampshire and Isle of Wight Care, and Paula Bennett, Chief Nurse and CNIO at Health Innovation Manchester.

Lorraine Foley, CEO at PRSB, said: “Having thoroughly enjoyed the HETT event in September 2021, we were thrilled to learn of the LHIS event launching this year. The opportunities for in-person networking and shared learning are very welcome. We look forward to working with colleagues to drive improvement in people’s experience of health and care services through better information sharing which PRSB standards help to deliver.”

Commenting on the launch of the event, Emma-Victoria Fell, Event Director at HETT, said: “LHIS will be a destination for healthcare leaders to learn, share and collaborate on the shared goal of delivering better patient experience and operational efficiencies. Attendees will leave with enhanced knowledge, information about tools, services and solutions, new connections, ideas and most importantly, answers.”

Those in senior leadership roles in the NHS / healthcare provision, the wider public sector, local/central government, charity and academia can apply to attend the event free of charge.

Once accepted, your conference pass will entitle you to:

  • Access to the full conference, including interactive features, workshops and the exhibitor floor
  • A hot lunch (dietary requirements can be stated on the form)
  • Access to a complimentary drinks reception at event close
  • Refreshments throughout the day

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