Do you have a question for the Technology and Care panel at #citizen2013?

I have accepted an invitation to be part of the Digital Dimensions of Social Care panel at the Citizen 2013 conference taking place in London on the 13th June. The conference is drawing upon the latest thinking in citizen focused service provision and will look at the types of technologies that are emerging that make public bodies better at responding to citizen needs. The conference is fully booked but there is a waiting list and there will be a live stream on the day. And of course there will be a very lively Twitter stream.

Thepanel will be chaired by Julia Manning Chief Exec at 2020health.org and my fellow panel members are Ruth Kennedy public service innovation & facilitating social change, Alan Rosenbach Special Policy Lead @CareQualityComm and Paul Hodgkin CEO of Patient Opinion and Care Opinion.

I thought it would be interesting to crowdsource questions in advance of the panel discussion.

https://twitter.com/AllanPlatt/status/343701905479983105

https://twitter.com/clarkmike/status/344932636998901760

I will be referring to this post during the debate so if you do have a question use the hashtag #citizen2013 or add a comment here. 

And of course if you want to be inspired about all the technology innovations available you can buy a copy of the Click Guide to Digital Technology for Adult Social Care!

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One response to “Do you have a question for the Technology and Care panel at #citizen2013?

  1. A question I would ask! There is a lot of talk of connected citizens and services in all sectors – including social care . But what does connected leadership look like in the Care sector? How will it be different from what we have now?

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