Talk Synopsis
The provision of health and social care services is a data-intensive activity. How can health systems embrace the digital transformation and leverage opportunities for data driven continuous improvement? The Connected Health Cities programme by the UK Department of Health, implemented the Learning Health System at scale across the North of England to look at areas such as using data to drive public sector reform for better health and care, as well as how to work in partnership with the academia, public sector and industry to deliver innovation and improvement. The speakers will share on the progress and findings of the Connected Health Cities programme, and its implications for health systems across the globe.

About the Speakers
CLICK HERE to find out more information about Prof John Ainsworth, Dr Amanda Lamb and Ms Ruth Norris.

*Academic Hour features discussions on topics spanning across disciplines and specialties, as well as on healthcare thought leadership and latest trends.
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Academic Hour: Connected Health Cities: Learning Health Systems at Scale for Innovation and Improvement
3 April 2019 (Wednesday), 12.30pm – 1.30pm
National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS) Lecture Theatre (Level 8)
Organised by
SingHealth Group Communications
Prof John Ainsworth, Dr Amanda Lamb and Ms Ruth Norris.
Registration details
Lunch will be served after the talk at 1.30pm
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