The UK Health Informatics Forum (#UKHIF) is pleased to welcome leading health and biomedical informatics company Aridhia to the Leeds Forum. The second forum is an excellent platform for private sector innovators providing technological solutions to public sector healthcare providers to build on their successes. Aridhia provides services to a varied international client base including NHS Scotland, the Northern Sydney Local Health District and University of Sydney in Australia, and the Dasman Diabetes Institute in Kuwait. Aridhia is an excellent case study and example of the innovation which is created through public and private sector integration.
UK based Aridhia was established in 2007 and delivers informatics and analytic services to support the management of chronic diseases and inform the delivery of stratified medicine. Aridhia enables NHS services and healthcare focused collaborations to gain further insight and understanding from their clinical and patient data by offering a collaborative analytics platform, AnalytiXagility, which helps to shift healthcare management towards an efficient data-driven delivery model. This model of healthcare will help organisations to gain better understanding of the context of data based on inter-relationships between data and their environment as well as meet strategic objectives with measured and clearer results.
Aridhia Co-founder and CEO David Sibbald commented “Good data and analytics are vital to enabling healthcare organisations to provide more cost-efficient, patient-centric outcomes and create wealth. We are looking forward to engaging with some of the key stakeholders involved in the delivery of healthcare in the UK to discuss the complex yet vital area of health informatics, and to demonstrate that the importance of the data integration and analysis approach cannot be overstated.”
Aridhia represents the principles of UKHIF very closely and we look forward to the contribution their speaker will bring to the agenda. The UK Health Informatics Forum aims to build close relationships between public sector providers and private sector innovators, these partnerships are crucial in facilitating the adoption of new technologies aimed at pushing our health providers further.
Registration for eSE’s second UK Health Informatics Forum will be closing shortly due to availability. If you would like your organisation or team to be involved, please register your interest at www.esehealth.com/register and one of our team will be in touch.