We have come together as a community in recognition of the key part that technology will play in the transformation of urgent and emergency care. We believe that more integrated data and systems across urgent and emergency services will result in significant improvements in patient outcomes, and we aim to encourage and facilitate the discussions that will drive the development of new and emerging technologies in this area. By sharing knowledge and expertise between colleagues throughout the various organisations and professions that touch upon urgent and emergency care, and by being clear about what is required, we believe that we can drive efficiency and improvements in outcomes for patients who use our services.
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