Medical apps: mainstreaming innovation
This event on medical apps will examine the growing role that apps are playing in healthcare delivery. As apps move from concept to pilot to practice, demonstrating efficacy becomes increasingly important - it is well recognised that poorly designed software can hamper rather than enhance healthcare. Of course, the use of cutting-edge technology in healthcare necessarily opens new regulatory and legal issues.
Join us to hear renowned speakers talk of the importance of good design in medical apps and how it can improve patient and clinician experience.
We will be examining the importance of interoperability as medical apps become more mainstream, and how to make this happen.
We'll have a number of presentations from new and established medical start-ups, showcasing the transformative effects these new technologies can have.
Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
Academic Clinic Fellow at the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences of Oxford University
Head of Design for NHS Digital
Special focus on the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare
Chief Digital Officer of Servest
What will you learn?
- Gain an understanding of the current state of the art of medical apps
- The latest position on regulation and endorsement of medical apps
- Gain an appreciation of how to assess the clinical effectiveness of medical apps
- Consider medical apps when deciding on an appropriate intervention
- Gain an understanding of the medicolegal issues around medical app use
- Reduce the fear, uncertainty and doubt about the use of medical apps
Please note that times may be subject to change.
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