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Events & Talks 20th March 2019

Dementia Care & Nursing Home Expo Nuno Almeida Talks Data In Care

By Emily Kinson

26th March | Theatre 4 | 11.00am 

On the 26th & 27th March 2019 we are once again packing up and heading north to the NEC in Birmingham. On Stand D760 our team will be showcasing all we stand for here at Nourish.

We will be giving attendees live demonstrations of how the Nourish platform saves care teams significant time, allows for the better recording & evidencing of care and ensures information is always accessible and useful to those who need it.

Also joining the team on the 26th March is our very own Founder and CEO, Nuno Almeida.

Nuno will be taking to the stage to discuss a topic very close to our hearts:

Digital Transformation: How is data driving better care

All too often, we hear about ‘data’ in care but what does that really mean? What impact can collating and analysing day-to-day care information have on the quality of support care teams can provide? How do we move away from simply business analytics practice, to having a very real impact on peoples lives?

On the 26th March, Nuno will explore just that. He will explore the importance of data through real-life stories of care, showing how and why information can be so much more than compliance-led; and how, when used correctly, it can have an incredible impact on a person’s quality of life.

Join Nuno on the 26th March by purchasing your complimentary tickets HERE

We look forward to meeting you there!

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