Improving health for tomorrow’s generation at Pulse LIVE London

Samir Dhalla

We are delighted to be attending Pulse LIVE London this week. The event takes place today and tomorrow, 26th & 27th March, at Olympia London, and will see hundreds of practising, GMC-registered GPs and trainees come together to celebrate the best and most innovative healthcare solutions in the UK.

With a range of presentations to listen to throughout the two day event, delegates will be able to learn about the latest updates in the clinical space, gain important answers to their healthcare questions and come away with some top survival skills and safeguarding tips.

At Pulse LIVE London we are proud to be showcasing The Health Improvement Network (THIN), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cegedim. Established in 2002, THIN’s objective is to enable advancements in patient care and outcomes by assisting leading healthcare technology companies, authorities, academics and research organisations with research and analysis. 

THIN’s UK Primary Care database contains anonymised longitudinal patient records for approximately 6% of the UK Population. It is one of most respected and reliable data sources for anonymised primary care records in the world and has been cited in over 600 publications. THIN data helps healthcare professionals to better understand the patient pathway and influence significant improvements across the healthcare sector.

At Pulse LIVE, we are inviting GP delegates to visit us on Stand 35 to find out why contributing to THIN as a panel member will help inform life-changing medical research.

Samir Dhalla, Operations Director for THIN comments:

“We are very excited to attend the event, and discuss how we can work together today to improve health for tomorrow’s generation. As the industry increasingly recognises the need for better data to both inform patient pathways across a range of disease areas, and to understand local health economies, Pulse LIVE London is a fantastic opportunity to showcase THIN and create a forum for collaborative discussion on the power of data to improve UK healthcare.” 

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