Univ. Reading: GREAT DEBATE: CAN NEW TECHNOLOGIES TRANSFORM HEALTHCARE?

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G11, Henley Business School

Greenlands Campus University of Reading · Henley-on-Thames

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This is an external event hosted by Henley Business School

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The University of Reading is delighted to host this special free public event at G11, Henley Business School on the Whiteknights Campus at 19:00. Refreshments from 18:00

Admission free, booking strongly advised as this is a popular event. Further details and booking at the address below:

http://www.reading.ac.uk/news-and-events/about-event-reg-greatdebate.aspx

The increasing adoption of digital technology has resulted in fundamental changes in many industries. Yet healthcare, which represents about 10% of global GDP, has lagged other sectors. This is about to change as big data and artificial intelligence will deliver improvements in diagnosis and treatment that will increase health care’s reach, efficiency, accuracy and reduce waiting time for patients.

Technological advances offer significant opportunities to improve healthcare and have the potential to deliver significant value for the NHS. This year’s Great Debate will provide an update on the latest technology advances to deliver these benefits.

There will be four presentations as below, followed by a debate and Q&A.

Human-Computer Interaction
How is technology currently making a difference?
Using AI to improve clinical effectiveness
Ensuring new technologies are introduced effectively and safely

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