UK Health Informatics Forum welcomes delegation from Bupa 

We are pleased to announce that leading international healthcare group Bupa UK will be attending the second UK Health Informatics Forum in Leeds. The forum brings healthcare expertise, from across the private and public sector, together with technological innovators, with the aim of improving patient experience, efficiency and creating cost effective healthcare services.  Bupa will be sending a speaker with its delegation to share expertise in health informatics from across a range of services.

In the UK Bupa offers personal and company-financed health insurance products, provides workplace health services, home healthcare, health assessment and chronic diseasbupa (google)e management services. With no shareholders, Bupa invests in its purpose of “longer, healthier, happier lives”. Bupa services include dental and care centres, including residential and nursing homes, as well as the Bupa Cromwell Hospital in London. Bupa employs more than 70,000 people throughout the world and works across 190 countries.

Bupa started operations in the UK in 1947   with the aim of “preventing, relieving and curing sickness and ill health of every kind”.  The organisation’s history can be traced even further back in Australia where Bupa was founded in the 1930s to help citizens who could not afford doctor’s fees. Nowadays Bupa has a customer base of over 22million customers worldwide.

The UK Health Informatics Forum looks forward to welcoming the delegation from Bupa to Leeds in July. Registration for the UK Health Informatics Forum is closing early so if your organisation would like to be involved, please register your interest on the eSE health webpage for a call back from one of the team. http://www.esehealth.com/register

 

 

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