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Data Strategy in the NHS: Breaking down internal barriers

Date: Thursday 10th November

Time: 11 am – 12 pm

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  • Helping you to navigate potential internal barriers to enable Data Strategy conversations
  • Engaging the right stakeholders and communicating the benefit to leadership
  • How to gain the most insight out of your data
  • Creating unified processes
  • Open discussion and Q&A

Successful digital transformation relies on people

The NHS is the largest employer in Europe and the world’s largest employer of highly skilled professionals, and that alone brings with it many challenges. Like many large organisations, often NHS Trusts have people working in silos, focusing primarily on their departmental needs. Overcoming departmental silos can be tricky, but the benefits of a joined up approach when it comes to digital transformation are huge. Shared processes, shared data and shared resources make for a more efficient organisation, and we can help you navigate that pathway.

Join NHS specialists from Microsoft, Simpson Associates, Phoenix Software and Kettering Hospital for this panel-style webinar on Thursday 10th November at 11am. During this open discussion, they’ll share their experiences and best practice for overcoming internal barriers, how to gain the most insight from your data, and tips for creating unified processes. This webinar will give you a more informed appreciation which can be used to break down those internal barriers you may be facing.

Introducing our speakers

Join our panellists for the webinar

Carl Prest

Carl Prest

Data & AI Specialist

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Martin Innes

Group Head of Health Intelligence, Kettering Hospital

Andrew Edge

Andrew Edge

Data & AI Technical Pre Sales

Simpson Associates

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Ben Gannon

Azure Specialist Lead

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Carl Prest

Carl Prest

Data Seller
Microsoft UK


Rob Harcourt

Business Development Manager Simpson Associates

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Rob Harcourt

Business Development Manager Simpson Associates