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by Claire Delplancq
Published on 26 March 2017

We started the day with a reminder for us all that what we do is all about the patient!

Melissa Mead kindly accepted to share the tragic story of her little boy William. William died of sepsis after the symptoms were serially misdiagnosed.

After a very emotional start of the day NHS Improvement, NHS England and our Global Digital Excellence clients took the stage to talk about their plans for digital technology, partnerships and benefits. The panel was chaired by Geoff Segal, Cerner UK & Ireland General Manager.

The education sessions were led by Oxford, Wirral and Barts, and covered topics such as oncology, blood products management, intensive care and more!

A very busy three days and once again a fantastic Collaboration Forum! For those of you who attended we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!

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