- Attend Anywhere 101
- Getting the technology right
- Service design workshop
- Taking a quality improvement approach
- Evaluating the programme
- Shaping the future
Jeane Freeman MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport opens the "Making the Most of Attend Anywhere" Conference
The conference, hosted in Central Hall, Edinburgh, was attended by around 200 Attend Anywhere users. As well as viewing specific use-cases and pilot programmes, the attendees participated in a range of parallel workshops, including:
"New, full-fibre broadband networks go live in the Outer Hebrides/Na h-Eileanan Siar"
Joe FitzPatrick, Scottish Government Minister for Public Health, Sport and Wellbeing:
"Programmes such as Attend Anywhere give patients the ability to have virtual appointments with healthcare professionals via their laptop, tablet or mobile – a service the residents of Grimsay and Great Bernera can now access, thanks to the high quality and future-proofed digital infrastructure delivered by the DSSB programme."
Read more: https://advanced-television.com/2019/08/28/openreach-connects-up-outer-hebrides-with-full-fibre/
Photo: Moorfields Eye Hospital
Consultant ophthalmologist and director of digital innovation at Moorfields, Peter Thomas, and Iain Livingstone, consultant ophthalmologist and the acute tele-ophthalmology system lead deliver the world’s first tele-examination of an eye in 4K resolution using Attend Anywhere.
University Hospital Southampton Neurology to provide online patient consultations with Attend Anywhere
Attend Anywhere video consultation platform and resources now able to be licensed directly in Australia.
Attend Anywhere offers a systemic framework and approach for enabling mainstream video call access to established healthcare services.
This includes purpose-built video consulting management tools and resources that help people put the framework into practice and get the most out of it.
Attend Anywhere is now making these tools available free-of-charge, to Australian public hospitals, as well as most charities / not-for-profits, acknowledging both its social responsibility, and the taxpayer support and funding that contributed to their development.