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The healthcare industry has been slow in adopting a digital transition. But one thing is clear, the industry is finally starting to put the patient first, when talking about the growth of digital health.

Digitally transforming an industry without the consumer in mind can often lead to resource-waste approaches. This has been shown in other sectors. So the need to put the patient first in every development phase of healthcare’s transformation is essential. Taking place next week, the FT Digital Health Summit aims to do just that. Leaders from the NHS digital arm will deliver compelling keynotes on how one of the biggest healthcare organisations in the world, is balancing the pace of disruption with unique customer preferences, not seen in most other industries.

To attend the FT Digital Health Summit, click here to buy your tickets and for more info.


About The Author

Co-Founder & Technical Director

Nick has qualified as a doctor with an MBBS from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2015. He also holds a BSc in Management from Imperial College London. He has built a number of successful online businesses and is increasingly interested in medical technology that is going to change the future of healthcare delivery.

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