The disruptive forces impacting healthcare at work
24 January 2019
The theme of this event is Future-gazing: The disruptive forces impacting healthcare at work, and this will be the main focus of the afternoon’s content. The event will explore the myriad possibilities, opportunities and disruptors likely to impact the future of healthcare, what this means for employees and the opportunities/risks for employers, challenge your perceptions of the health and benefits landscape as you know it.
Matthew Griffin, the Fanatical Futurist will provide his thoughts on the opportunities and threats around technology usage in preventative tools. In addition, against the backdrop of a changing working world, Debi O’Donovan, Director at REBA will speak about ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution: re-examining the role of wellbeing in the workplace’. Closing with Michael Perlmutter, Willis Towers Watson’s head of health innovation, who will bring to life examples and case studies about what our clients are doing to embrace the new world.
In addition to this content you will be able to see and experience a range of solutions, some of which are not in the market from a wide variety of providers in a non-sales environment, followed by a drinks and canapés networking reception, giving you a further opportunity to connect with your peers.
The event is free to attend. However, spaces in the Science Museum are limited so early registration is encouraged.
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