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Day Two: Digital Health and Social Care 2021


Across three mornings (11:00 to 12:30) Digital Health and Social Care will explore how can we accelerate digital transformation in health and care, harnessing the astonishing advances made in the use technology in the Covid response

With thanks to our Partners NDL and Blue Prism for supporting this UKAuthority event

DAY 2 - Thursday, 13 May,  11:00 to 12:30

Host and moderator: Helen Olsen Bedford, UKAuthority


Karen Shakespeare, Senior Project Manager - Leeds Care Record, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
Leeds Care Record - Integrated Electronic Health Care Record

Richard Small, Intelligent Automation Lead, Suffolk County Council 
Richard Boddington, Head of Local Government, Blue Prism
The role of automation in partnership working across Integrated Care Systems: This session looks at how automation is supporting partnership working across the Suffolk and North Essex Integrated Care System to better manage population health and citizen outcomes. During the session Richard Small and Richard Boddington will discuss how the council plans to leverage technology to enable cross-team collaboration with local East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT), to ensure that social care outcomes are optimised.


Ann Williams, Commissioner and Contract Manager - Adult Social Services, Liverpool City Council
How an independent 5G network can Help Defuse the UK’s Health and Social Care Time Bomb? Ann Williams will explain the Liverpool DCMS funded health and social care test bed and trial; the benefits realised; and how to have your own private network

 Panel discussion  
 Digital Health & Social Care partners

  Blue Prism is the global leader in intelligent automation for the enterprise, transforming the way work is done. At Blue Prism, we have users in over 150 countries in more than 1,800 businesses, including Fortune 500 and public sector organisations, that are creating value with new ways of working, unlocking efficiencies, and returning millions of hours of work back into their businesses. Our Digital Workforce is smart, secure, scalable and accessible to all; freeing up humans to re-imagine work. 
Learn more at: or follow on twitter @blue_prism


NDL's Our goal is clear – “To aid digital transformation in the public sector, for the public good”. We believe in the manageable evolution of processes to drive efficiencies, liberate information, and improve experiences for those that both deliver and use our public services.  

Over the past 30 years, NDL Software Limited is proud to have made a tangible contribution to the public sector in its drive towards digital transformation. Experienced in the delivery of end-to-end solutions, NDL is continuously building upon its RPA platform with the capabilities of AI cognitive services and NDL’s front-end technology tools. From NHS Trusts, Housing Associations, Police, Education to Local Government, at NDL, we believe in giving time back to services by eliminating wasteful practices, such as rekeying, with the use of RPA and importantly, making information easily available to frontline services, when and where it’s needed. 

NDL’s end-to-end transformation products and services allow organisations to free up capacity behind the scenes. This means allowing staff to focus on the tasks that matter. A true Digital Transformation capability built upon and fully integrated with current systems, boosting the power of existing investments and services. We remain committed to working alongside our public sector community to make both front-end and back-end transformation as simple, cost-efficient and accessible as possible. 

Learn more at: or follow on twitter @NDLSoftwareLtd


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