EMIS Health Live: Robotic Clinical Assistance at University Hospital Southampton NHS FT

14 Jul 2020 10.00 - 11.00

Join MedXnote to understand how their bot platform connects hospital healthcare IT systems with the Microsoft Teams app, to unlock clinical data and improve patient flow.

EMIS Health Live: The New Normal


Discover how you can leverage the power of Microsoft Teams with the Medxnote Robotic Clinical Assistant Platform, saving doctors hours of clinical time by accessing patient records on their mobile phones.

Learn about our customer success story from Adrian Byrne at University Hospital Southampton NHS FT. We also want to hear about your workflow challenges and any ideas you have for a new Medxnote bot!


Niall Rafferty, CEO, Medxnote

Niall Rafferty is founder and CEO of Medxnote.  A former NHS trained radiographer with 17 years’ experience in both Radiology and PACS / RIS Management.  Interested in how Robotic Clinical Assistants (bots) can help the NHS automate clinical workflow and deliver game-changing operational efficiencies.

Adrian Byrne, CIO, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

Adrian is CIO at University Hospital Southampton Foundation Trust and chair of the national CIO Network with Digital Health. An occasional writer for the Digital Health news website (digitalhealth.net). Keen advocate and pioneer in direct patient to secondary care interaction, improving patient experience, aiding efficiency, and removing unnecessary hospital visits. Member of the INTEROPen board. Member of NHS electronic referral advisory board. Member of KLAS advisory board.

Who should attend

Anyone involved with cost management including:

  • CIO's
  • CEO's
  • CFO's
  • CCIO's
  • Clinical Staff (everyone!)

What you'll learn

The power of Medxnote

How to join

All EMIS Health Live sessions will be run through Microsoft Teams.

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