Can digital technology help clinicians make safer, more efficient decisions?

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Each day, clinicians have to make decisions large and small on the most appropriate care for a patient. Those decisions ultimately determine a patient’s experience, the safety and consistency of care, and the efficiency with which healthcare organisations operate.

As the complexity of health needs increases – not least due to the pandemic – the challenge and importance of making the right decision at the right time becomes more significant.

Can technology help here? How might digital innovations help clinicians get the right information at the right time, so bolstering safety and efficiency? Might clinicians need additional support and training to get the most out of digital resources? What might increasing use of clinical decision support mean for the way in which we train people to become clinicians?

This HSJ webinar, run in association with Elsevier, will bring together a small panel to discuss these issues.

Presenter
James Bird
Chief nurse information officer
Imperial College Healthcare Trust
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Presenter
Robert Nieves
Vice president of health informatics
Elsevier
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Presenter
Tim Orchard
Chief executive
Imperial College Healthcare Trust
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Presenter
Claire Read
Chair
HSJ
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