The next Connected Health Ecosystem of 2021 will be held virtually on Thursday 10th February, 13.00 - 15.00.
The pandemic has impacted nearly every aspect of lives and has turned most industries and organisations upside down amidst the threat from COVID-19. However, in times of uncertainty comes the opportunity to innovate, deliver new ways of working and achieve long-lasting change beyond the immediate challenges presented by the pandemic.
Health and care is no exception and innovation has been at the heart of how Greater Manchester has managed the demands placed on it due to the pandemic - whether this is through the use of new digital technology to manage demand on services, or forging new partnerships between clinical, academic and industry worlds.
The latest in our series of events will explore these themes and demonstrate some of new innovations and partnerships that have been created during the pandemic that will deliver long-lasting change to our ecosystem.
Social care data analysis and advice, Ian Hall (Professor of Mathematical Epidemiology and Statistics, The University of Manchester)
eLab health data science workbench: collaborative research and teaching in a pandemic, John Ainsworth (Professor of Health Informatics, University of Manchester)
More Information and full agenda to follow.
Registration for the Connected Health Ecosystem is now open – tickets are limited, so we recommend securing your place now.
The Ecosystem, which is coordinated by Digital Futures, Health Innovation Manchester , the Christabel Pankhurst Institute and the ERDF, plays an important role in bringing together key organisations and personnel in this area, creating a platform for sharing new and important policy developments, research, funding opportunities and innovations.