eHealth Connect day – Midlands Regional Hospital Tullamore

The HSE eHealth Ireland team in partnership with the Midlands Regional Hospital Tullamore are delighted to announce an eHealth Connect event at the Research and Education Centre, Scott Building, Midlands Regional Hospital Campus.

On the day, the eHealth Ireland team are looking forward to exploring digital solutions to some of the challenges in Tullamore and to hearing your ideas on how best to progress innovation.

To start this innovation discourse, presentations have been arranged in durations of 20 minutes commencing on the 1/2 hour; this should facilitate attendance where service capacity will allow. Intervals are specifically designed between speakers to allow attendees maximum flexibility to attend some or all of the presentations and participate with minimal disruption to the service function.

10:30 Event registration opens (with refreshments)

10:50 Ms. Claffey, General Manager Tullamore

11:00 Prof. Richardson, University of Limerick

11:20 General questions from the floor

11:30 Dr. Malone, National Fellow for Innovation and Change, HSE National Doctors Training and Planning

12:00 Meg Support Tools

12:20 General questions from the floor

12:30 Salaso 

12:50 General questions from the floor

13:00 Swiftqueue 

14:00 Break-out rooms will be available at this interval for more detailed discussions and to host an eHealth Connect Clinic with Dr. Carole Glynn

15:00 Close

This is not a closed event, all are welcome. 

This is a Tullamore multi-disciplinary initiative supported by the eHealth Ireland team based in Tullamore.

Carole Glynn

About Carole Glynn

Carole is a radiographer by background and holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from the University of South Wales. Her work and research involves conceptualising and realising technology-based solutions for challenges in a clinical setting. In successfully delivering this role, she finds that skills such as business analytics, abstract reasoning and creativity are key symbiotic partners to clinical experience and academic expertise. This also includes broadening and optimising clinical participation in eHealth across the HSE.

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