29 April 2021 Changing demographics and digitisation mean that Wealth Management firms need to start their transformation journey soon if they are to maintain their position in the market.
As the UK is slowly easing lockdown restrictions, the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce brought together leaders in healthcare to talk about the future of the health and social care sector. Liverpool has world-class assets in innovation and healthcare but how is the sector developing whilst recovering from the crisis brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic?
Justene Ewing, Vice President Health and Care at CGI UK, joined a panel of experts to answer some these topical questions:
- How is the sector developing, changing, responding and managing whilst recovering from the health crisis?
- How is innovation and investment around healthcare changing?
- How will this impact on our futures and that of the economy, particularly in the current context?
- How has technology in health changed operational working practices?
- How do the assets around healthcare contribute to the city’s sense of place?
- Post pandemic, how will we keep the transformational momentum going in terms of innovation and advancements in managing and delivering health and social care?
Other speakers include:
Moderator: Paul Cherpeau, Chief Executive, Liverpool Chamber
Mike Moran, Chief Executive, Rutherford Cancer Centre
Jane Holland, Head of Inclusion and Participation Management, Merseycare
David Hallendorf, Regional Account Manager, Randox Health
Find out more about CGI’s strategic partnership with the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce.