On Tuesday 31st October we are hosting a webinar with DHC member Objectivity. Titled: ‘Leveraging NHS-grown innovation: insights from providers & partners’, the webinar is a great opportunity to find out how NHS provider organisations can develop digital solutions through commercial partnerships.
Many off the shelf digital solutions are available to NHS provider organisations, but what happens when a provider develops their own solution? Join us as we explore this topic with several providers who have been through this process and developed successful innovative solutions through commercial partnerships. Find out how our panellists were able to secure funding, develop their own solution, build the right team and deliver a product that improves patient outcomes.
Taking the next step as a provider, how can this innovation then commercialise at scale? This often comes with its own set of challenges and can be difficult to navigate. Find out how to mitigate barriers within the NHS, and why you must gather the right data, build a business case and develop a value proposition for buy-in.
Join our online discussion to
- Learn how an internal team generates real-world evidence to demonstrate impact and ROI.
- Discover how Trusts and ICSs are preparing to spread, scale, and commercialise their innovation and secure adoption by other providers.
- Hear from innovation leaders and clinical specialists from Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and the Greater Manchester Integrated Care Board about the problems they faced, the solutions they developed, and lessons learned through this process.
Dr Phuoc Duong, Paediatric Cardiologist & Cardiac Imaging Specialist, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital
Emma Hughes, Acting Managing Director Innovation, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital
Jane Coyne, Senior Operational Programme Manager, Greater Manchester Integrated Care Board
Jay Mistry, Commercial Director, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Andrew Smith, Director of Healthcare Services, Objectivity
Chaired by: Catherine Davies, Chair, Digital Healthcare Council
Spaces are limited, so please register early to avoid disappointment.