Smart Health Summit 2020 showcases a digital future

Covid-19 has accelerated the acceptance of telemedicine, electronic prescriptions and AI that allows older, tech-averse patients to engage with digital healthcare

24th October, 2020
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Smart Health Summit 2020 brought together over 250 digital healthcare professionals to consider the future of the sector, and to take stock of a year unlike any other

“Is Covid-19 the impetus for accelerating digital health reforms?” It could be argued that only time will tell, but this question fuelled a wealth of discussion at the 2020 Smart Health Summit, held last Thursday. Sponsored by Sensori Facilities Management, Avaya, Clanwilliam Health and HP, the online event brought together over 250 digital healthcare professionals to consider the future of the sector, and to take stock of a year unlike any other.

Brian O’Connor, chair...

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