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In this webinar, Liz Ashall Payne, CEO, ORCHA, and Dr Sam Shah, FDSRCS, Chief Clinical Digital Advisor, ORCHA, will discuss the COVID-19 Digital Health Trends and 2021 Opportunities report in depth.
Join us for a week of panels and networking at HETT Reset.
This session will cover an introduction to the importance of digital health tools, and the current digital health landscape, with Liz Ashall-Payne, CEO at ORCHA.
Join us for a Barclays Eagle Labs national event. We will take you through the journey of navigating and understanding the approval processes for digital health applications and how they can determine, evaluate and prescribe quality digital health apps.
CHT2021 will bring together healthcare professionals, industry experts, engineers, designers, academics, and patient representatives around one of the most exciting and fast moving fields in healthcare today. Liz Ashall-Payne will be speaking on March 2nd 13:45-14:25 in Seminar 1: Digital Child Health: Data and App Technology.
A look into key NHS women in health tech, and how they’ve changed the status quo. Join over lunch to hear from an outstanding panel! With ORCHA’s Liz Ashall-Payne, Ronke Adejolu – Associate CNIO, Community Nursing NHSX, Shuri Network, Heather Cook – Chief Innovation Officer, Brain In Hand and Crystal Dennis – Lead for Public Facing Digital Health Services, Dorset CCG.
Read the report and want to learn more? In our next free webinar, Dr Sam Shah and Dr Tom Micklewright will discuss the report and top-scoring apps in depth. We will also be joined by Helen Hughes of Patient Safety Learning and member of the NHS England Long COVID taskforce.
Join us for a virtual evening of celebration, industry talks and networking, with a keynote speech from Liz Ashall-Payne.
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How has Covid-19 contributed to developmental trauma in children whose support network may have been interrupted by the pandemic? Dr Sam Shah joins the Tech4CV19 team to discuss building trauma-informed health responses into future service design and the development of preventative solutions.
This session will analyse the current digital mental health landscape with a focus on the quality of eMental Health tools ranging from promotion, prevention, well-being, self-help and self-management treatment solution options. Liz Ashall-Payne joins a variety of European industry experts to discuss the question: “How do we reach the population directly and build quality tools into our mental health patient pathways?”
Join us for our latest webinar, which will analyse the current state of the global digital health app and accreditation landscape, with perspectives from colleagues leading the way in Latin America.
Join Dr Tony Young, National Clinical Director for Innovation NHS England & Founder of Clinical Entrepreneur Programme for a deep dive into new and existing standards in the NHS, including DTAC and NICE.
Join us for what will no doubt be one of the most exciting events for women in tech this year. Register to hear from inspiring women including Liz Ashall-Payne’s talk: Health tech apps: how do we know what’s real?
The third and final in our series of digital health webinars with Mills & Reeve. ORCHA’s CEO Liz Ashall-Payne will discuss getting ready for procurement, activation and ensuring renewal.
A three-day virtual event uniting leaders from across the health and care sector to reflect on the impacts of the pandemic and to explore the key challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. ORCHA COO, Tim Andrews, will speak on a specialist panel at 8am on June 17th.
This one-day gathering of technology, diagnostics, devices and therapeutics organisations, as well as clinicians and regulators, provides a platform to discuss the major challenges impacting the MedTech sector.
The EmTech Europe conference is one of the most inspirational and transformative resources for technologists and technology companies around the world. Join Liz Ashall-Payne on the Telemedicine and Connected Health panel.
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