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Specialist hospital bed manufacturer Medstrom is hosting a free webinar in May 2021 for decisionmakers within the NHS about the selection of innovative medical devices in the healthcare sector.

The webinar – ‘Medical Device Innovation in the NHS’ – will take place on 11th May 2021, 14:00-15:00. Interested attendees can register for free here.

It follows the success of Medstrom’s first webinar, which took place in February, as the provider continues its webinar series to provide a space for thought-provoking discussions. The series encourages the exchange of evidence-based research and practical experiences amongst healthcare professionals and their peers.

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Medstrom’s upcoming webinar will provide essential, thought-provoking content for decisionmakers for the selection of medical devices in the healthcare sector.

Dr Rebecca Hanlin will discuss the importance of thinking in terms of an ‘innovation system’, stressing the importance of having the right skills and capabilities as well as collaboration and coordination mechanisms.

Matthew Campbell-Hill will discuss what a medical device is, what decisionmakers need to consider and who to consult before purchasing.

Dr Peter Worsley will focus on clinical evidence supporting medical devices. He will explore what level of evidence decisionmakers should seek to support innovations and how to scrutinise the evidence they are presented with.

Medstrom is a UK manufacturer of specialist hospital beds and the only independent provider of bed management services to the NHS, managing over 25 percent of the UK’s acute bed and mattress fleet.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Medstrom has supported the NHS and Health Boards across the UK and Ireland with the supply of specialist products and services, with the aim of improved outcomes for both the patient and the caregiver.

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