In this session automation specialist Keysight shows how to tackle the increasing complexity of digital health. Join us to see how EMIS is leveraging digital technologies for the future of the NHS and patient care by empowering healthcare teams.
Also, take part in this session to see how junior doctors can be a catalyst for digital change.
solution engineering manager, Keysight
Ethan Chung is a solution engineering manager with extensive experience in developing and implementing end-to-end automated testing solutions across diverse industry sectors as well as acting as a technical advisor and trusted consultant to customers, helping them understand the benefits and technical aspects of the test automation solutions.
product director for research and life sciences, EMIS
ST7 Renal Speciality registrar, Leeds teaching hospitals NHS Trust
Dr Clarke is a trainee in Renal and General Medicine in Yorkshire and has been involved in digital transformation since qualifying in 2012. He is passionate about user interface design, stakeholder engagement; focusing on accessing junior doctors, and delivery of real time data to frontline staff. He has recently completed a post at York Hospital as their Digital Improvement Fellow, and currently works in St James’ Hospital in Leeds, where his drive for digital improvement continues.
research manager, Digital Health Intelligence
Further speakers to be announced.
Ethan Chung, Mihad Mohamed, William Clarke