MyLife Digital: Gold Sponsor of The Digital Art of the Possible
MyLife Digital is proud to announce its role as Gold Sponsor for the West of England Academic Health and Science Network’s “The Digital Art of the Possible: Supporting Delivery of Local Digital Roadmaps” event, taking place on Thursday 22 September at Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol.
This key event explores the common themes emerging in the development of NHS Digital Roadmaps. It brings together suppliers of technologies, products and services that can help deliver the Digital Transformation. Enabling the NHS to empower patients, giving them more control over their data, health and healthcare plans.
For MyLife Digital, it provides the perfect opportunity to showcase the Consentric Permissions Service platform that can support NHS organisations, and their patients, through their digital journey. From understanding their data to simplifying the complexities of health data consents.
Keith Dewar, Group Business Development & Marketing Director at MyLife Digital commented: “We’re really excited to be Gold Sponsor of The Digital Art of the Possible. “It will be great to meet with potential NHS partners, to start conversations and broker relationships in the health sector. And, ultimately, demonstrate how we can help patients and healthcare organisations realise the value, meaning and power of their data.”
Rethinking patient data to improve health & healthcare.
With a mission of rethinking personal data to deliver change, MyLife Digital’s expertise in data management, protection, and its service capability, reflects the latest thinking and best practice. Using the MyLife Digital Consentric platform, with patient consent at the heart of the system, consent data can be collected, collated and shared to provide informed insights for research, policy, treatment and healthcare planning. Patients will understand the data that’s held, who can see it, share it and for what purpose.
MyLife Digital is a technology venture addressing the challenges of helping organisations achieve consented access to individuals’ data for analytics, planning and research purposes.