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Wednesday 02 November
Faculty HQ, LondonThis event has finished
The NHS is under unprecedented pressure. Covid, staff shortages, increased patient demand, with winter pressures around the corner. Managing patient flow effectively is seemingly impossible.
This winter will be like no other in the NHS and social care. It has never been more critical to harness the advances in operational AI to build resilience, support frontline staff and improve patient flow.
Join us for breakfast with:
- Professor Sir Mike Richards, Chair of UK National Screening Committee;
- Dione Rogers, Chief Nursing Information Officer, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
- Dominic Cushnan, Director of AI, Imaging & Deployment, NHS England
- Marc Warner, CEO and Co-Founder of Faculty
To discuss how AI and decision intelligence can be used for operational excellence, prioritising care and delivering unrivalled efficiency, ensuring the right patients are accessing the right care, at the right time.
Our expert panel will provide their insight on decision-making challenges and discuss how healthcare leaders can use decision intelligence to overcome these, from individual patient, right through to Trust-level.