Entitled ‘Social Care & Connected Health Matters’, it brought together a range of speakers from across the sector with one common aim, how technology and innovation can and does improve the delivery of social care services.
Providing the overview NISCC’s Director of Registration and Corporate Services, Declan McAllister said: “The purpose of the event was to stimulate decision making around the areas of innovation and technology within the social care sector.
“What we learn from today is that through joined up thinking and adopting best practice we can make an even greater difference. NISCC is pleased to be at the forefront of developing technologies and over the coming months will have a number of exciting developments to improve its services to registrants”.
Organisations addressing the conference included: Department of Health, Age NI, Innovate UK, InvestNI, BSO, European Connected Health Alliance, Yarra Software, North West Regional College, Kinsetsu and Homecare Independent Living.
Pictured above (L to R): Damian O'Connor (Director Ecosystems Development, European Connected Health Alliance), Mairead Mackle (Chief Executive, Homecare Independent Living), Marian O'Rourke (Head of Workforce Development, NISCC), Joanne O'Doherty (Business Development Director, Kinsetsu)