Digital Transformation in Healthcare:
Innovation, Strategies, and Processes
23 –27 January 2023 - Johannesburg South Africa
06 – 10 March 2023 – Zanzibar Tanzania
Register Now! Limited Seats Available!
Johannesburg - USD 1000.00 Per delegate
Zanzibar - USD 450.00 Per delegate
Technological innovation is a rapidly growing area of healthcare, with the potential to positively transform healthcare delivery and patient outcomes. Driving the demand for digital innovation are demographic shifts, the rise in noncommunicable diseases, social inequalities, and climate change. Coupled with our ability to harness data and analyse it to allow the health sector to focus on prevention, diagnostics, and treatment, the potential for digital innovation to transform healthcare organisations is significant.
This program will equip you with the skills needed to drive change within your own organization. Additionally, you will gain a unique global perspective, with real-world insights and knowledge shared by industry experts. You will leave this course empowered to lead transformational digital innovation in healthcare settings.
On completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Understand a range of different digital health innovations – along with the benefits and issues – that are currently being used in healthcare.
- Effectively use evaluation techniques and other approaches to assess health technologies and population management.
- Consider the impact AI is having on health delivery and the future opportunities and challenges associated with it.
- Develop tools for making decisions about digital health investments.
- Understand the concepts and ideas of digital health and innovation in relation to healthcare improvements, giving you ideas about how you can design your organisation for the new health economy.
- Identify and evaluate the impact digital transformation and disruptions are having on strategic management in your organisation.
- Create plans for continual engagement with stakeholders for the application and ongoing management of innovations.
- Demonstrate complex problem solving and decision making skills.
- Apply learning to your specific organisational challenges and opportunities.
- Deepen your networks and relationships with leaders in the health sector, along with world leading academics and health experts.
Our Digital Transformation and Innovation in Healthcare executive education course is for ambitious healthcare leaders who want to drive forward transformational digitalisation and innovation in their healthcare organisations.
- Clinical leader,
- Healthcare executive
- Manager tasked with making decisions on digital health innovations in your healthcare organisation.
Trends and Disruptors in Digital Health
- Addressing the changing healthcare ecosystem, this module focuses on patient centred and consumer healthcare, the digitalisation of healthcare, and value-based healthcare. Module topics include digital-ready workforce planning, the role of data analytics in decision making, and patients’ engagement for improved outcomes.
Introduction to AI and Machine Learning for Healthcare
- This module explores artificial intelligence (AI) and its role as a transformative innovation in diagnosis, imaging and triage in healthcare organisations. With its ability to learn from patient records and other data, you’ll explore AI’s potential uses in healthcare, along with the challenges and opportunities in terms of data privacy, algorithmic bias, and who opts in or out.
Health Assessment and Digital Health
- Providing a broad base of knowledge on the relevant skills required to conduct a health needs assessment, this module considers approaches to health innovation, intervention development and evaluation. Supporting your learning, you’ll look at a range of case studies from the NHS and health organisations overseas.
Data and Data Analytics for Healthcare
- Giving you an introduction to health data analytics, this interactive module will show you how data science is being used to support public health agendas. You will gain an understanding of important tools in data science, such as visualising and mapping health data, the role of synthetic data and the emergence of digital twins.
Population Healthcare Management
- This module enables you to see and hear the impact digital technologies have on population health management (PHM) through site visits. You’ll find out more about this data-informed approach, which can deliver personalised medicine while increasing the quality and volume of care in communities.
Wearables and the Future of Patient Driven Healthcare
- Focusing on patients and customers who can benefit from user-centred care, this module looks at the design options in consumer health technologies. Through engaging activities, you will understand health innovations and what the forecasts are for engagement with them. You will also learn how to evaluate the value of wearable health technologies through a user-centred approach.
Understanding how to Measure and Assess Health Innovations for Decision Making
- Providing an understanding of several key concepts for value assessment in digital health, this module looks at value-based healthcare and how digital innovation is contributing to growing healthcare costs. You will also explore decision-making behaviour in healthcare organisations and learn about sustainable health financing and funding mechanisms.
Pulling it all together
- After working on a group project throughout the course, you will present your project during this session. Your project will draw on your learning and group discussions from throughout the week, and through this session you will benefit from critiques by a panel of health experts.
End of the workshop
IN HOUSE AND ONLINE TRAINING
While both In-House and Online training can present with cost-effectiveness and time-efficacy, there are some very specific differences between in-house courses and those based online.
The demand for additional courses by individuals or groups of people is increasing. Still, it depends entirely on the preferences of a person what type of training he or she wants to receive. Online courses and in-house training carry some similarities but they are considered to exhibit some very pivotal differences too. Despite that, both types of learning can be really beneficial for attendees.