The second UK Health Informatics Forum (#UKHIF) will feature an exclusive ‘Demonstration’ space which allows innovators from the private sector to display their healthcare informatics solutions. eSE forums follow a specific format which includes restricting the number of delegates participating to 100 to ensure quality networking, and forming our agenda with the assistance of an ‘Agenda Advisory Board’ of expertise which spans both the public and private sector. Our Demonstration space is no different. The exclusivity of our demo area ensures that the UK Health Informatics Forum remains positioned as the next step from large trade shows or exhibits. Our format ensures that there are not hundreds of exhibit booths to navigate and competing voices vying for your attention – our ‘demonstrators’ are there to showcase genuine solutions to the issues raised within the content of the panel sessions.
A wide range of ‘Demonstrators’ have been selected to showcase within our Leeds forum bringing solutions which include speech and digital dictation software, document management systems and wireless patient monitoring innovations. Our demonstrators offer a unique hands-on approach which will help make the case for the implementation of technology to improve efficiency.
We are pleased to announce that our list of demonstration space delegates include: Advanced Health and Care (Software and IT Services), Bellis-Jones Hill (SAM: SQL translating Software), Civica (Electronic Document Management System), CGI (Clinical Solution Support), Focal Point (revolutionary technology which bridges the gap between paper and electronic records), Kirona LTD (mobile applications and job scheduling software) , Ricoh UK (time saving hospital products allowing more time for patient care), Sensium Healthcare (Sensium Vitals which helps monitor vital signs wirelessly), Total Mobile (paperwork eliminating Mobile Working Suite), VoicePower LTD (Speech recognition and Digital Dictation Solutions) and Airwatch (Mobility Management Platform) . All of our ‘Demonstrators have produced innovative technological solutions with the aim of creating efficiency and improving service delivery at the point of contact whether directly or indirectly through back office support.
We are pleased to welcome all of our demonstration area delegates to our Leeds forum on the second of July. To find out more about the agenda or the forum head to www.esehealth.com. Learn more about eSE’s other forum sectors at http://www.estratevents.com/.