UK e-Health Week: A HIMSS EVENT
OLYMPIA LONDON - 15-16 MAY, 2018
The National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) is an independent and not-for-profit membership organisation that promotes, develops and supports university-business collaboration across the UK.
The National Centre's Council, drawn from senior business leaders and Vice-Chancellors from our member organisations, review and make recommendations on the UK’s long-term skills, graduate talent and innovation needs, deliver collaborative thinking on the big issues of sustainable growth and industrial strategy, and strengthen understanding with government and policy-makers through high level networking.
At the National Centre for Universities and Business, we deliver digital platforms for innovation brokerage and work experience, research and analysis feeding into every major review of business-university collaboration and change programmes mapping out clear and practical solutions for both sectors and regional economies.
The National Centre for Universities and Business will launch its report – ‘The Human Factor: Driving Digital Solutions to 21st Century Health and Care’ at UK eHealth Week.
The health sector faces a daunting digital challenge. Technology has the potential to reinvent how care is delivered, however, it can be hugely disruptive and there are significant challenges around implementation. The UK must seize the prize of becoming one of the top digital health and social care systems and economies on the planet. To do so requires intense, unparalleled, and scaled-up collaboration between all the actors in the system.
The National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) assembled experts and practitioners to reflect on the core challenges and recommend potential solutions. Led by Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, John Jeans, and Beverley Bryant the Task Force commissioned original research and cast the net wide for other types of evidence to reach the conclusions and recommendations in its ‘More than a Game’ report and its final report – ‘The Human Factor: Driving Digital Solutions to 21st Century Health and Care’.
Who should visit their stand?
All stakeholders interested in driving digital skills in the health and care sector.
Why should NHS visit the stand?
To take away a copy of this exclusive report.
Stand number: 55
Contact: 0207 383 7667
Address: National Centre for Universities and Business, Studio 10, Tiger House, Burton Street, London, WC1H 9BY