This conference focused on key issues for innovation and technology in the NHS - including addressing barriers to adoption, supporting integrated patient centered care and engaging the workforce.
Attendees assessed the next steps for collaborative working across government, the NHS and industry to develop policy on the use of health technologies - with the launch of NHSX.
The seminar was an opportunity to consider what support the newly-launched Accelerated Access Collaborative (AAC) can provide to innovators to ensure the uptake of new technologies in the NHS - including support through the regulatory process and clarifying the evidence required to assess the cost-effectiveness of new technologies.
The agenda further examined the regulation of health technologies, and the introduction of the healthtech regulatory sandbox which will allow new technologies to be tested under regulatory supervision.
Further sessions considered the impact of the Topol Review, which outlined the next steps for preparing the health workforce to utilise digital health technologies, with discussion on the implementation of the Review’s recommendations, including the investment required for training and upskilling the workforce, and the challenges for embedding digital leadership in the NHS.
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