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The future of technology innovation in adult social care

Taking forward recommendations from the Adult Social Care Technology Review

Tuesday 8th March 2022, 3-5pm

The Adult Social Care Technology review was commissioned by NHSX* and led by Ipsos MORI and the Institute of Public Care. The Institute's Director, Fiona Richardson, is speaking at this event hosted by Future Care Capital on behalf of the NHS Transformation Directorate.

The Adult Social Care Technology Review (in parallel with the Adult Social Care Digital Skills Review) is the starting point in delivering on the White Paper's vision for digital transformation. It examined current use and effectiveness of digital technology in adult social care, as well as considering the barriers and enablers to scaling digital technology and highlighted potential uses for digital technology in the future.

This panel event will provide insights and advice on digital transformation at all stages, relevant to: commissioners, social care digital leads, care technology developers, suppliers and service providers. Attendees will have the chance to learn about and share their views on the technology review recommendations, and be part of the ongoing conversations to support effective digital transformation.

The event will provide an opportunity to:

  • Hear from those who conducted the review to understand the findings and recommendations
  • Learn from practical examples of digital transformation, implementation and change management in action
  • Have the opportunity to share your views on the review recommendations, and how government, social care and technology partners should work together to support innovative use of digital technology now and in the future.

Who should attend?

  • ICS/ local authority/ NHS commissioners and transformation leads
  • Digital, quality or compliance leads within care providers
  • Care technology developers, suppliers and service providers

To attend the event go to https://www.workcast.com/regis...

(*NHSX is now part of the NHS Transformation Directorate)