Digital tools helping transform community pharmacy services

This event is part of the DHEZ Seminar Series 2021 http://www.bradford.ac.uk/dhez/events/seminar-series-2021

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The Digital Health Enterprise Zone (DHEZ) Seminar Series showcases innovations in digital health and provides a forum for academics, healthcare professionals and business to network and learn about public engagement in healthcare and pathways to implementation of digital health solutions and new models of care.

We are delighted to have Jaime Acosta Gómez Farmacéutico Comunitario – Community Pharmacist to deliver this seminar:

Digital tools helping transform community pharmacy services

Although community pharmacy pioneered the introduction of IT systems in healthcare many years ago, it has traditionally focused on the management of products and inventories, and administrative matters. While digital health tools allow more convenient, efficient, personalised, accessible and better quality care, existing community pharmacy operations struggle to keep pace with this. What are the digital health opportunities and challenges that pharmacy face and what practical tools can be implemented to respond to this? In this talk, examples, practical use cases, opportunities and challenges of digital health as valuable business and clinical tools will be discussed.

About Jaime

• Community pharmacist and pharmacy owner (Madrid, Spain) • FIP-Community Pharmacy Section (CPS) ExCo member. • FIP Technology Forum member. • FIP COVID19 Expert Advisory Group member • Comptroller at Hefame (Spanish drug wholesaler) • Member of the Governing Health Futures2030, a The Lancet & Financial Times Commission.

As an experienced community pharmacist, Jaime has played a significant role over many years on different levels representing community pharmacy’s interest on a local, national, and international level. Jaime has a strong passion for the future of pharmacy and a deep understanding of the community pharmacy’s environment and healthcare’s new and changing needs. His leadership and skills have been recognised twice by the WHO with WHO-Armstrong Institute (Johns Hopkins Medicine) Scholarship (2013), and the WHO scholarship grant for “upcoming leaders” (2011), and very recently with the FIP Fellow award (2020).

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Date

Sep 29 2021
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Time

8:00 am - 9:00 am

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