A deep dive into the known and unknown effects of AI-driven technologies on the NHS workforce

15 Jun 2022
Innovation zone
Innovation (AHSN)

UCL Partners and Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, part of The AHSN Network, have worked alongside NHS commissioners, industry and frontline users of tech to review the number of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in use across their NHS partner trusts, assessing the impact of AI on workflow and the implications this has for the workforce. In this session, we will do a deep dive into the tricky nature of understanding these two broad fields: AI and NHS workforce.

Sharing our findings in relation to the models of care and healthcare roles arising from altered care pathways, training and education needs , efficiencies associated with AI and recommendations for health and social care providers.

This session is part of the Innovation Zone and is brought to you by The AHSN Network. The AHSN Network is a key partner in the Accelerated Access Collaborative (AAC) at NHS England.

Eleanor Hood - Royal Free London NHS FT
Helen Hoyland, Lead for Enterprise and Relationships - Yorkshire and Humber AHSN
Libby Graham, Project Manager - UCLPartners
AHSN Network