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Why Life Sciences shouldn't ignore the digitisation of patient pathways: a Paul Midgley Masterclass

About this event

Digital to the NHS means something very different to what it means to Life Sciences.

Masterclass Details:

Industry needs to know how to align its language and potentially add a digital component to its ‘locker’. This illuminating 60-minute masterclass for LSAA members with Paul Midgley will give you the opportunity to learn how the NHS is using digital to improve workforce efficiency, patient pathways, educate patients and share patient information more effectively.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn what the NHS is prioritising in its digital innovation programme
  • Hear examples of NHS digital innovation best practice
  • Uncover opportunities to wrap a digital service around a Life Science product offering
  • Understand the benefits to industry by investing in digital health

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Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Paul Midgley Chief Insight Officer @ Paul Midgley Associates Limited

    Paul is a highly experienced leader with exceptional UK NHS and industry insight and proven commercial acumen. He is passionate about accelerating NHS transformation to improve population health. His innovative, collaborative, customer-focused approach engages people of all backgrounds and seniority, inspiring the creation of more sustainable, equitable services improving access to care, better outcomes and optimal use of NHS resources.

  • Team member
    Ian Chamberlain Managing Director @ Life Science Access Academy

    Ian co-founded the Life Science Access Academy with Nigel Robbins to bring together all the best ideas in people development from more than 20 innovative specialist consultancies.

Life Science Access Academy Ltd

LSAA is a truly Global Membership Community for all staff from across the Life Science sector including: commercial, clinical and financial sales teams, medics and support teams.