«The Medical Technology Awareness Week reception at the House of Commons is a rare opportunity to bring together MPs and NHS leaders to discuss the ways in which medical technology can benefit the NHS.»

«Every year, we see examples of the best technology on the NHS being used to prepare for the challenges of the future – from surgical robotics to virtual reality headsets to training future surgeons. Most importantly, it’s also a chance for patients to tell their story of how medical technology has helped them.»

«It’s usually a powerful moment, and a welcome reminder, beyond the present crisis, that our health service still has the potential to transform and save lives. It’s also an opportunity to make a vital point. We must place the interests and experiences of patients first and foremost, especially when planning for the NHS’s future.»

Article written by BARBARA HARPHAM



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