Our next Rewired speaker profile is Mohammad Al-Ubaydli who is the founder & CEO of personal health records pioneer Patients Know Best.
Mo, who will be speaking at the Rewired Conference and Exhibition on 26 March, has championed placing patients in control of who can access their records.
At Rewired he will outline the financial and clinical case for digital channel shift at scale.
We asked Mo why he believes Rewired is the must-attend event of 2019.
Why have you chosen to speak to at Rewired?
It’s this year’s top event for digital health in the U.K. We are looking forward to meeting and working with people to bring technology to patient care at scale.
What do they think people attending the event will get from it?
We all know that NHS services are stretched so we have to think differently about how care is delivered. To alleviate these issues, the healthcare system is increasingly turning to disruptive technologies and patient portals is just that. PKB has rolled out more patient portals to more NHS organisations and patients than anyone else in the U.K. I’m looking forward to speaking at the event to share the data for how this delivers higher quality care at lower costs, and ultimately happier patients.
Why should they attend?
Rewired means learning with the best from national networks to support local roll-outs. It’s about making things happen right now.
Digital Health Rewired is the new two-day conference and one-day exhibition taking place on 25-26 March 2019 at London Olympia, that will connect health IT leaders and professionals with the latest disruptive digital health innovations.
Developed for everyone working across NHS IT and the wider digital health sector, Digital Health Rewired will provide attendees with insights and ideas they can take back and implement in their organisation, while growing their professional network.
Other speakers include former Life Sciences Minister, George Freeman MP and DrDoctor founder and CEO, Tom Whicher, who has also taken part in our speaker profile series.
Joining them on stage will be System C’s Chief Operating Officer (COO), Beverley Bryant.
Why not register your place today?