Registration is from 12 noon
Why should you choose this course?
The NHS is a complex organisation that faces increasing demand for services along with constrained funding. The belief that technology can contribute to quality outcomes and efficiency gains is embedded within NHS policy propositions and commitments, but this does not make the NHS market for technology easy to navigate.
This course provides an introduction to the organisation of the NHS, its governance and policy drivers, with a specific focus on how technology is organised in the NHS, background trends and priorities, as well as procurement processes.
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for anyone new to the health technology sector or seeking to refresh and update their understanding. It is particularly relevant to sales, marketing and business development managers who need to strengthen their understanding of how the NHS is organised and uses technology.
What is the course outcome?
This engaging and informative workshop will provide delegates with a good understanding of the NHS. Participants will gain knowledge that will enable them to target and identify policy areas and demand opportunities relevant to their own organisation.
What is the agenda?
“I attended ‘An Introduction to the NHS and Technology’ on 29 January 2018 delivered at techUK by Lenore Ogilvy of Conbrio Associates. I am a regular visitor and member of techUK and a my company takes a full and active part in techUK and glean good insight into markets, sectors and opportunities. But this is the first time I have attended one of this style of events and I am pleased to recommend future ones to others. Delivered at techUK’s offices which offer a good environment and delivered by Lenore who has a professional and engaging delivery style, I found the information she imparted of great interest.”
Richard Quinlan, Security & Information Systems Division, Leonardo MW
“Lenore is very knowledgeable. Knows the subject in detail. A great course for those wishing to break into Healthcare.”
Catherine Kiaie, UK Public Sector Account Manager, EnterpriseDB
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