MSP at the Informatics for Health Conference 2017
We are excited to be attending next week’s 2017 Informatics for Health Conference in Manchester, in partnership with Health Innovation Manchester.
Over the three days of the Conference, 24-26th April, the international audience will drive developments in health informatics research by sharing knowledge, insights and experiences in data science, healthcare, learning health systems, health informatics and economic growth. By bringing together a community of eHealth decision makers, researchers, clinicians, health professionals, policy makers, funders and industry partners, the Conference will showcase the latest cutting edge innovations and inspire the future of the sector.
Attending the conference on Monday afternoon will be MSP’s Managing Director, Tom Renn, and Head of Sales, Matt Lee. They will be available on the Health Innovation Manchester stand, stand 8, to meet delegates and talk about MSP’s latest developments and our work in health informatics. Our sales team will also be available on the stand on Tuesday afternoon.
On Tuesday 25th April, our CEO, Rowena Burns, will be attending and welcoming delegates to the Informatics for Health dinner. The dinner will be a great opportunity for attendees to meet Rowena,Tom, and Matt and discuss how Manchester and MSP are changing the future of the sector.
MSP is at the heart of Manchester’s digital health revolution, providing the home for the DataWell project, Hitachi’s European big data laboratory, Connected Health Cities and NorthWest eHealth, all in Citylabs 1.0. On another of MSP’s campuses, Manchester Science Park, the HQ for the £17m UK Internet of Things smart city demonstrator project, CityVerve, will open this summer in the new flagship Bright Building.
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