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10th October 2019

Blogs

Thank you…

Thank you to everybody who came to InterSystems Joined-Up Health & Care 2019. It was a great event, with lots of important lessons: and some inspiring examples of what the NHS is already doing with health tech. We will look forward to welcoming everyone to the event again next year. In the meantime, the words […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC: Doing what you have never done before

Cathy O’Dowd is a South African rock climber, mountaineer, author and motivational speaker. She was the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest from both south and north sides. And, she told Joined-Up Health & Care 2019, that is a problem. “As soon as you have done one challenge you move on to […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC: Machine Learning

Alex MacLeod, manager, HealthShare commercial initiatives, InterSystems, followed Yossi Cohen and his ideas for a ICS prevention cookbook with a presentation on machine learning. But she started by showing a video focusing on Manifest Medex, a California organisation that is “quite similar to a local health and care record exemplar” that is running a health […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC19: Prevention for integrated care systems

Yossi Cohen, physician executive, InterSystems, opened the afternoon session at Joined-Up Health & Care 2020 by talking about prevention, why it is an NHS priority, and how technology can help. He opened by pointing out that in one of his first speeches, Matt Hancock stated that his priorities as health and social care secretary were […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC19: NHS on FHIR

It was the fourth session of the InterSystems Joined-up Health & Care event in Birmingham and it was time to warm things up. It was time to talk about FHIR. Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources. The standards that are being developed by the HL7 Organisation to drive healthcare IT system interoperability. Taking to the stage at […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC19: Lincolnshire Care Portal

The third presentation at InterSystems Joined-Up Health & Care 2020 was from Liz Jones, digital project manager, Lincolnshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership and David Smith, digital programme lead, Lincolnshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership. Background to the project Liz: “Lincolnshire is the fourth largest county in the country. We have quite poor infrastructure. We have an […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC19: The view from the King’s Fund

Matt Honeyman, a researcher from the King’s Fund, came to Birmingham to talk to JUHC19 about “the context and challenges of digitisation in the NHS”, drawing on some of the work the independent think-tank has done over the past few years, including its reports ‘Clicks and Mortar’ and ‘Digital Change in Health and Social Care’. […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC19: Be an ideaDJ!

Ramon Vullings, author, cross-industry expert, and ideaDJ, was the first speaker at InterSystems Joined-Up Health & Care 2019. He says he has a “critical, intelligent audience” but he wants to “blow your mind a little bit.” Is there anyone here from Germany, he asks. (No hands). Then: has anyone been on a German train. (A […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

Welcome to InterSystems #JUHC19

Good morning and welcome to Joined-Up Health & Care 2019. This is a liveblog of the annual event that showcases InterSystems’ latest thinking and solutions and how healthcare organisations are tackling the challenge of joined-up health and care. The live-blog will be running throughout the day from JUHC19’s great new venue at The Vox in […]

InterSystems Live Blog

10th October 2019

Blogs

Thank you…

Thank you to everybody who came to InterSystems Joined-Up Health & Care 2019. It was a great event, with lots of important lessons: and some inspiring examples of what the NHS is already doing with health tech. We will look forward to welcoming everyone to the event again next year. In the meantime, the words […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC: Doing what you have never done before

Cathy O’Dowd is a South African rock climber, mountaineer, author and motivational speaker. She was the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest from both south and north sides. And, she told Joined-Up Health & Care 2019, that is a problem. “As soon as you have done one challenge you move on to […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC: Machine Learning

Alex MacLeod, manager, HealthShare commercial initiatives, InterSystems, followed Yossi Cohen and his ideas for a ICS prevention cookbook with a presentation on machine learning. But she started by showing a video focusing on Manifest Medex, a California organisation that is “quite similar to a local health and care record exemplar” that is running a health […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC19: Prevention for integrated care systems

Yossi Cohen, physician executive, InterSystems, opened the afternoon session at Joined-Up Health & Care 2020 by talking about prevention, why it is an NHS priority, and how technology can help. He opened by pointing out that in one of his first speeches, Matt Hancock stated that his priorities as health and social care secretary were […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC19: NHS on FHIR

It was the fourth session of the InterSystems Joined-up Health & Care event in Birmingham and it was time to warm things up. It was time to talk about FHIR. Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources. The standards that are being developed by the HL7 Organisation to drive healthcare IT system interoperability. Taking to the stage at […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC19: Lincolnshire Care Portal

The third presentation at InterSystems Joined-Up Health & Care 2020 was from Liz Jones, digital project manager, Lincolnshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership and David Smith, digital programme lead, Lincolnshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership. Background to the project Liz: “Lincolnshire is the fourth largest county in the country. We have quite poor infrastructure. We have an […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC19: The view from the King’s Fund

Matt Honeyman, a researcher from the King’s Fund, came to Birmingham to talk to JUHC19 about “the context and challenges of digitisation in the NHS”, drawing on some of the work the independent think-tank has done over the past few years, including its reports ‘Clicks and Mortar’ and ‘Digital Change in Health and Social Care’. […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

JUHC19: Be an ideaDJ!

Ramon Vullings, author, cross-industry expert, and ideaDJ, was the first speaker at InterSystems Joined-Up Health & Care 2019. He says he has a “critical, intelligent audience” but he wants to “blow your mind a little bit.” Is there anyone here from Germany, he asks. (No hands). Then: has anyone been on a German train. (A […]

10th October 2019

Blogs

Welcome to InterSystems #JUHC19

Good morning and welcome to Joined-Up Health & Care 2019. This is a liveblog of the annual event that showcases InterSystems’ latest thinking and solutions and how healthcare organisations are tackling the challenge of joined-up health and care. The live-blog will be running throughout the day from JUHC19’s great new venue at The Vox in […]