NCF’s Digital Innovation project has opened up more spaces for October and November but they are going fast!
The Hubble project offers decision-makers in the care sector the opportunity to learn how other providers have introduced, used and evaluated digital technology to improve care. The NCF has partnered with the Parkhaven Trust, Elizabeth Finn Homes and Johnnie Johnson Housing to host a series of webinars which cover a wide range of technology including, integrated electronic care planning and eMAR, acoustic monitoring, circadian lighting, sensor technology and telecare. Virtual visitors will also have access to a toolkit to support building a business case, getting buy-in, and implementation. The featured tech suppliers are also offering participants a time-limited reduction on their prices.
Due to the nature of the funding from NHS Digital, this project is open to the entire social care sector. Please take a look at the NCF website for full details on the Hubble project.
You can access the request a place booking form for each of the innovation hubs using the links* below:
- Parkhaven Trust - The Beeches Innovation Hub
- Elizabeth Finn Homes – Rashwood Innovation Hub
- Johnnie Johnson Housing – Spey House Innovation Hub
* Please note the Eventbrite links are a request for a place only. This is in order to ensure a mix of decision-makers from multiple care providers attend and prevent anyone from trying to join a webinar session who might misuse the place. NCF will confirm a place once we have reviewed all those who have signed up and once an initial benchmark survey has been completed.
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