NHS Local shares its video of the Healthcare Innovation Expo with us…
The Expo featured 130 exhibitors, 250 speakers from the public and private sectors and 150 seminars, all featuring technologies aimed at delivering improvements in quality and productivity in healthcare.
Expo 2011 featured 130 exhibitors, 250 speakers from the public and private sectors and 150 seminars. It is designed to showcase the latest technologies and techniques for modern healthcare to help managers, clinicians and front line staff.
With the NHS reforms setting the agenda, there was a lot of talk about how innovation can play a part in delivering change.
NHS local spoke to some of the key players at the event including NHS chief executive Sir David Nicholson, the national clinical director for diabetes Dr Rowan Hillson, Turning Point chief executive Lord Victor Adebowale, NHS Networks project manager Katherine Andrews, Thomas Meek from Quality in Care, Tim Ellis from the Department of Health, clinical director of education workforce and innovation Dr Will Murdoch and Kevin McGee chief executive of Heart of Birmingham PCT.
To view the video please visit http://nhslocal.nhs.uk/story/nhs-local-innovation-expo
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