We are delighted to be part of a new project from the National Care Forum (NCF) and NHS Digital.
NCF’s Hubble Project will help care and housing providers to understand the benefits of technology, how to build a business case for investment, and how to successfully introduce, use and evaluate technology.
The project offers senior decision makers the chance to virtually visit ‘innovation hubs’ (via webinars). The sessions cover a wide range of technology so that they will be of value to all care providers, regardless of where they are on the digital journey. The hubs are based in three care settings – including our customer site The Beeches operated by Parkhaven Trust, – and showcase a range of technologies from the point of view of the care provider, including: integrated electronic care planning and eMAR, CLB acoustic monitoring, circadian lighting, sensor technology and telecare.
Virtual visitors will also have access to a toolkit to support building a business case, getting buy in, and implementation. The featured tech suppliers are also offering participants a time-limited reduction on their prices.
Places are limited across the 30 sessions which run from September to early December. Find out more and request a place.
To read the official press release please click the link below –