December 19 @ 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
Registration for introduction to the NHS and technology 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 service 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?
To access the special Digital Leaders price on any of the training, please enter the code ‘DL2020‘ at checkout in the techUK booking portal.
Digital Leaders and techUK Members- £345.00 + VAT
Non techUK Members- £545.00 + VAT
Lenore has been consulting on technology-related projects in the public sector for the past ten years. Her experience of local and central government IT transformation projects is broad, ranging from telephony and broadband to digital services. She has procured multi-million pound contracts and designed strategic approaches and delivery models in response to policy. Lenore draws upon her own journey in the health and social care sector, as well as direct experience working with a wide range of health organisations, in the design of her courses.