Throughout years passed there have been a number of well known, not so well known, and truly mysterious data adversities within the healthcare sector – some of which are ongoing. This is largely due to the increase in data utilisation across public sector institutions, however with the right solutions and approaches we can make sure to address these adversities before they become rampant.
On Tuesday 28th September, join Jon Smith and Shyamala Daniel to hear more about:
– The false re-emergence of smallpox in London Eye Hospitals
– Why Clinical Data individuals who use back-reference diagnosis code don’t call their partner by the nickname “Boo”
– How technology can be used to identify and inhibit irregular data occurrences from developing further
17:30 – Arrival, drinks & nibbles
18:00 – Talk
19:00 – Drinks & networking
A little more about our speakers:
Working with NHS data for multiple decades, Jon brings with him a depth of knowledge across the NHS and healthcare sector. Joining Netcompany in July 2021, Jon’s role as Managing Architect ensures he can continue to derive benefits for NHS Trusts by utilising the vast quantities of data collected each day.
Bringing over 15 years of expertise in Delivery Management, Shyamala has been involved in various roles throughout her career from Applications Developer through to Delivery Manager with a focus of Managed Services and overall Programme Management within the UK and wider European regions. In this session Shyamala brings her experience of working across both public and private sector clients to bear, her most recent being her involvement in the key application hosting of the UK’s NHS Test and Trace platform.
Additional speakers TBD.
Please note that the session will be held in-person and in line with government guidelines at our new Netcompany collaboration space.
12 Greek Street, Leeds