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NOA Webinar: Using technology to scale up orthopaedic recovery

Date: 12 May 2021 at 1pm

Venue: Virtual (Zoom)

This webinar will focus on delivering at scale to alleviate the orthopaedic backlog and how technology is helping us to work faster.

Speakers include:

  • Sandeep Chauhan a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon from Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, an NHS Innovations Accelerator Fellow, and the Co-Founder of Definition Health speaking about Lifebox ePOA one of NHS Innovations Accelerator’s 6 key digital innovations to help hospitals recover from COVID-19 and the only one related to surgery. The digital system follows the patient from first appointment, through their pre-assessment process, education, outcomes assessment and finally monitors recovery once patients are discharged.
  • Nathan Moore a Specialty Training Registrar at Peninsula Deanery and Founder of Primum Digital Limited speaks about Orthopathway an NHS England and NHS Improvement initiative supported by SBRI Healthcare, and the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs). OrthoPathway is a web platform designed to maximise the clinical effectiveness of NHS musculoskeletal services. Patient-facing clinical staff are enabled to follow best practice national guidelines adapted by their local expert NHS consultants.
  • Martin Staples, Data sharing and Privacy Specialist at NHSX

Registration opens soon.

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