Our NHS User Conference returns in 2018 to bring together Voice Technologies with NHS Board/Trust delegates, healthcare prospects, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), key commissioning contacts, sector press and technology vendors.
The conference is a forum for two-way communication. We will showcase ways that Boards and Trusts are applying our technology to achieve cost reductions, and to sustain and improve productivity in an increasingly resource-constrained NHS.
We’ll demonstrate the latest developments in our key products – WinVoicePro, FormStream and Speech Recognition.
It is also your opportunity to inform us about the challenges you face and feedback on our products, services and support – how they’re working for you and how we could make life better.
Making life better is the theme for this year’s conference because it’s what we aim to do for all of our customers – as it’s what you do for patients – by listening to the issues you face and using the insights we’ve gained over almost two decades of working with the NHS to develop software solutions that…well…make life better! And we don’t just mean by lowering your costs. Making life better can be the result of improving a workflow to remove duplication, linking systems to speed up communication or proactively managing your systems.
The day will comprise a welcome session, break-out sessions, presentations from key clients and technology partners and, of course, it wouldn’t be complete without our Raffle, Prize Draw and User Awards.
User Conference 2016
30 delegates from across the NHS attended our User Conference 2016 which took place on 10th November at the Golden Jubilee Hotel in Glasgow. The event provided an open forum for exchanging ideas and updates.
Delegates heard about case studies from deployments at The Walton Centre, Liverpool, and NHS Dumfries & Galloway and then moved on to break-out sessions focusing on key products before the day was rounded off with an awards ceremony and prize giving.
Comments from 2016
“Voice Technologies have given us what others can’t, a ‘kapow’ button! It allows any clinician to see all the documents relevant to a patient in a single click.”
Julie Thompson, The Walton Centre, Liverpool
“It was an enjoyable and informative day!”
Iain, NHS Highland