healthcare delivery


Thursday 18 November 2021 | Online
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Date: 18 November 2021

Time: 10:00 (GMT+2)

Duration: 1.30 hour

Technology-enabled healthcare delivery

Technology has proven, beyond doubt, to be a reliable solution in speeding up the diagnoses of diseases, developing cures and vaccines, delivering medication and collating crucial data about patients, the spread of diseases and in the rollout of medical supplies.

This webinar will explore how the South African health sector, both public and private, are employing cloud and other technologies to enhance service delivery in healthcare and in combating chronic and emerging diseases.

Join us at this webinar to learn more about how the rapidly changing technological landscape, presents great opportunities for growth and innovation in the health sector.

Learn how to employ new technologies to provide health services to all communities, including remote communities that were previously difficult to service

Understand the importance of creating integrated digital platforms for the development of health information systems

Understand the crucial role of public and private sector partnerships in the improvement of innovation and service delivery in the health sector

Discover how technology is being used to diagnose diseases, develop cures and to collate crucial data about patients and diseases

Find out how to drive growth and innovation through cloud technology!

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