By Mia Fisher-Howe on June 17, 2022
We have had a great time exhibiting at several events recently, including Digital Health Rewired, Clinical Pharmacy Congress, Health Plus Care Show, Digital Healthcare Show and NHS ConFed Expo.
Our digital health team have been discussing our award-winning remote monitoring platform, CliniTouch Vie. This technology is used to support virtual wards and remote patient programmes across the NHS to deliver brilliant healthcare at home. Following the NHS’ national agenda to encourage the provision of virtual wards, we enjoyed discussing our learnings and getting to know what challenges people were facing when planning virtual wards.
“Rewired created many networking opportunities – with key players from many ICSs in attendance, as well as staff from NHS Trusts – keen to learn more about Remote Patient Monitoring and Virtual Wards. Overall, it was a huge learning experience and I thoroughly look forward to our next event, meeting more team members and creating more long-lasting relationships with customers.”
Adrian Hall – Northern Region Business Development Manager, Digital Health
At the Digital Healthcare Show, we also had a speaker slot, discussing why workforce is key to launching a virtual ward, including discussion on clinical engagement, organisational development and why this is key for success.
Nadine Miles, our Director of Service Delivery, comments:
“My highlight of the event was speaking at our May the (work)force be with you session. It was great to be back in front of an audience!”
Along with our digital health team, medicines optimisation have also enjoyed attending the Health Plus Care Show and the Clinical Pharmacy Congress recently. We were speaking to customers about our range of services, including our brand-new data analysis tool, Spirit Evalua, as well as our Active Implementation services and how a free prescribing savings audit could provide the answers you need.
Pash Sonigra, our Marketing Manager for Medicines Optimisation comments:
“This year CPC was the place to be as Meds Op was ranked highly on many people’s agendas. The atmosphere was vibrant, and visitors were responsive to conversations. They recognised the need for our offering and positively engaged with us. The stand was busy, and as you’d expect, we stood out from the crowd with a personable, friendly and inviting presence.
Amalia, Amanda and Selma shone; they steered conversations, and met challenging questions head-on whilst being phenomenal brand ambassadors.”
“It was great to finally interact with potential prospects face to face and have a conversation in real time about what their current challenges were in their scope of work.”
Claudine Bonsu, Business Development Manager, Medicines Optimisation
Overall, it has been fantastic to be back at in-person events, network with other innovative people and businesses, and discuss upcoming priorities on the healthcare agenda. Here’s to the next one!