Leader in cloud patient-facing communications solutions, Content Guru, will be sharing its patient engagement expertise with NHS leaders at the Healthcare Partnership Network (HPN) – South.
Healthcare Partnership Network (HPN) takes place at Norton Park, Winchester on the 5th – 6th November 2019, and provides a platform for NHS leaders to come together to share their own views and experiences, as well as learn from others in the HPN Community.
Nathaniel Konzon, Business Consultant (Healthcare) at Content Guru, will be delivering a presentation titled “AI and Accessibility: The Key to a Digital NHS”, on the 5th November at 12.20pm in the main hall. In this future-gazing talk, Nathaniel will discuss how AI-powered medical communications will enable the NHS to efficiently serve patients with poor digital literacy, ensuring accessible healthcare for all.
Content Guru’s award-winning cloud-based communications integration platform, storm®, provides critical communications services to national organisations such as CQC and NHS Blood and Transplant, hospital trusts, mental health trusts, integrated urgent care providers and primary care. storm has already helped NHS 111 London to provide up to a 50% reduction in the number of ambulances needing to be dispatched for complex patients with a care record. Callers are 5 times more likely to have their calls closed by 111, and independent evaluations have also found that 80% of care plan callers are satisfied with the improved service.
Martin Taylor, Deputy CEO at Content Guru, said: “Content Guru is proud to provide the technology that helps NHS 111 London save lives every day. We are looking forward to sharing how our storm platform can transform patient engagement and experience create a digital future, where healthcare is accessible to all.”