Agile, modular, collaborative: the future of NHS technology delivery

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Join Hazel Jones, Head of Health at Made Tech, at the Leeds Digital Festival 2021 as she shares how, with a shift in mindset, we can reduce and share costs, pool resources, and achieve better outcomes for NHS workers and the public alike.

  • Challenges and obstacles in digital health delivery
  • The mindset we need for better outcomes for all
  • How smarter investments can transform NHS delivery


  • 45 minutes presentation
  • 15 minutes Q&A

Made Well Collective

The new way to collaborate on, co-fund and reuse digital technology in the NHS.

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Thursday, 30 September 2021


Hazel Jones, Head of Health at Made Tech

Hazel Jones

Head of Health at Made Tech

With nearly 30 years’ experience in digital transformation, Hazel has held roles such as Head of Transformation for BSkyB, Director for Apps & Wearables with NHS Digital and recently responded to a call to arms to help deliver a digital donor journey for the NHS Blood & Transplant plasma programme, which was part of the international Covid19 Recovery Trial.

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Why a collaborative mindset is essential to the future of NHS delivery

Last Thursday, I was really excited to unveil the Made Well Collective at the Leeds Digital Festival. This is a new collaborative approach to helping NHS organisations deliver digital and technology projects. Today I want to talk a bit more about the changes we need to support the future of health and social care and the shift in mindset needed to make that happen.

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