SIMUL8 Corporation to introduce Scenario Generator at Connected Health Challenges in France
SIMUL8 Corporation showcasing Scenario Generator, their healthcare specific product at Franco-British exchange to highlight the benefits of this unique software tool, as well as the benefits of simulation.
Connected Health Challenges is a conference on E-Health and Autonomy, with the intention of bringing experts, healthcare professionals and key public players in the field together. SIMUL8 Corporation was asked to participate in this event following their EHI Awards nomination in 2011 (the only awards that specifically highlight the achievements of those working in the UK healthcare IT sector).
The objective of this conference is to promote discussion between industry players, focused on a key theme for the healthcare sector. This event offers a unique opportunity to showcase Scenario Generator to other health systems in Europe, as well as sharing the advantages of simulation to an audience that may not be familiar with this process improvement method.
• Whole system hospital configurations
• Increased community provision
• Planning for patient pathways
• Improving waiting times in emergency departments, outpatient clinics
Claire’s expertise covering workforce and development in health services makes her a key player in the industry and she is greatly honoured to participate at the Connected Health Challenges event.
For more information on Scenario Generator and SIMUL8 head to www.SIMUL8.com/
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About SIMUL8 Corporation
SIMUL8 Corporation produces world renowned dynamic, innovative software that improves processes, reduces costs and enhances the way people make and communicate decisions, risk free. With headquarters in Boston, MA, and offices in the UK, our customers are located world-wide and include major corporations involved in finance, manufacturing, healthcare, telecommunications and logistics, as well as many public sector healthcare and transportation bodies. Our software allows organizations to identify and test the benefit of potential improvement proposals, prior to their implementation.