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“ JOANNA SMITH WOMEN IN INNOVATION TECH PANEL Style of the Innovator. Who are the Heroes in Health Tech Innovation? Featuring Deirdre Lee, Eibhlin Mulroe chairing and Sabina Brennan GINA NEFF CIO, Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute and an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Oxford Self Tracking Finding mechanisms to scale up successful “local” innovations one of the big challenges in digital health - @ginaman2 5 Key Reasons Self-Tracking Data Might Spark Innovation: 1. Doctors no longer have all the data. 2. Data means different things to patients and doctors. 3. Data can be a starting point, not a conclusion. 4. Data can grant the power to ask new questions. 5. Data doesn’t lead to change (but might lead to engagement). J oanna started her career in the Pharmaceutical industry with roles as UK Head of IT and Global Customer Support Team Head for Sales and Marketing at Roche; and IT Director at Takeda Research & Development Europe, with responsibility for the London and Singapore offices. In her current role as CIO for the Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust she is leading the organisation through a major transformation programme with significant investment in new systems and technologies including a complete overhaul of the infrastructure and migration of services to the Cloud, digitisation of patient casenotes, implementation of a clinical data warehouse and analytics toolset, replacement patient administration system and a new electronic prescribing and medicines administration solution. “ The work done by HSE is important and I’m proud to be part of it. I’m also very keen to encourage young people and women in general to get into technology. ” 100% agree @Sabina_ Brennan we should be looking to older generations to be innovators & share their knowledge #eh2030 - @clydehut With population ageing, all the innovation in the world cant address the health challenges that our health care systems are going to face as we wont be able to cope, so what we really need to do is prevent those diseases and have more healthy populations going forward. ” Great panel discussion under way led by @EibhlinMulroe on women in innovation tech #eh2030 inspiring women to innovate and lead in eHealth - @HISINM