We understand that nurses form the bedrock of cancer care. Since the early stages of the Coronavirus pandemic, we have seen the impact on people living and dealing with cancer and on the nurses who provide this specialist care and treatment. Keeping patients safe and limiting hospital exposure to reduce the risk of Covid-19 has become key. Technology, has proven to be a useful ally in healthcare over recent years, but this has been made all the more apparent throughout 2020.
Our mission at Careology is to transform traditional cancer care with patient-first technology, designed to enable patient self-administration and put patients more in control of their health. Whilst also providing nurses and healthcare providers with technology to enable virtual rounds, remote triage and better informed conversation - enabling early interventions and creating much needed capacity.
We will be discussing this topic further at this year’s UKONS Conference on Thursday 19th November at 11.15am during our session ‘Digital technology that transforms your cancer care’.
Our panel will be chaired by Dr. Henry Carleton and will include:
- Joanne Upton, Deputy Head of Nursing, LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare
- Nicky Simmons, Healthcare Operations & Patient-Voice
- Paul Landau, Founder & CEO, Careology
The UKONS Annual Conference will take place from 19th- 21st November and will focus on ‘Nursing at the Core of Cancer Care’. We are proud to partner with UKONS and be part of this year’s conference.
To learn more visit careology.health/ukons