Industry voice: From virtual fracture clinics to managing vulnerable patient data through a 'hub' in the home, Helena Zaum, CityNext lead at Microsoft, says that today's practical tools and platforms are fuelling innovation and collaboration across health and care
Smooth transitions between treatment in the NHS and care in the wider community are essential if we are to meet the needs of our elderly and the vulnerable, says Zaum. Key to this will be empowering both carers and the cared for with the digital tools that can help people stay well and independent at home for longer. Zaum outlines the technologies and platforms along with innovative examples in health and care from her team's CityNext vision: Smart Places & Connected Communities
Download your copy of the CityNext: Smart Places & Connected Communities vision paper
UKAuthority and Microsoft recently held Smart Places events in London and Cardiff bringing the vision paper to life. You can visit the event hubs for speaker videos and presentations by clicking on the relevant link below:
If you would like to discuss smart places and connected communities with Microsoft, email Helena Zaum, CityNext Lead here.
Helena, and Microsoft, will be speaking at UKAuthority Digital Health & Social Care 2018 - click here to register your free public sector place.