Digital Health & Care Scotland is one of the biggest digital health and care conferences in the country and this year’s agenda offers more interactive sessions, shared learning and collaboration opportunities for health and social care providers across Scotland.
The two day conference, which takes place at the incredible Dynamic Earth venue in the historic city of Edinburgh on 20 and 21 February, features a variety of formats that will appeal to delegates from health, care, housing and the 3rd sector, with sessions specifically designed to be fully interactive, enabling delegates to gather key information from experts that will support the improvement of services to the public.
As a proud sponsor of Digital Health & Care Scotland 2019, we will be exhibiting at the conference as well as showcasing our latest solutions and, we invite you to a demonstration of our future strategy, as we drive our 'Smart Community, Smart City, Smart Scotland' initiative. We will detail how SWAN (Scottish Wide Area Network) has successfully delivered a range of solutions over the last four years to establish infrastructure that will support public sector inter-agency working to 2026 and beyond.
Looking to the future, we’ll also discuss the art of the possible, bringing our video and IOT capability together in the innovative Health Hub with our SME partners, Ajenta. The Health Hub concept has been developed in partnership with Napier University and the Digital Health and Care Institute to demonstrate the art of the possible in technology-enabled health and social care. Join us at the Demo Zone for our demonstration on day one from 1.40pm to 2pm.
Our team will include our SWAN Business Development Managers Melony Buchanan and Adam Newton, SWAN Product Manager Andy Watson, Enterprise and Solutions Architect Paul McLaren and Capita IT and Networks’ Marketing Manager, Mark Boorman.
If you’d like to arrange a one-to-one meeting with any of our team members in attendance, please connect with them directly via their LinkedIn profiles.
For more information on the agenda, speakers and how to register, visit the Digital Health & Care Scotland website.