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Written by Everlight News Desk

on Mar 1, 2019

Behavioural change, greater demand, evolving technologies and Brexit. What does this mean for radiology service delivery going forward?

Dr Dan Rose, Medical Director, Everlight Radiology UK delivered a presentation on radiology service delivery at the Medical Imaging Convention in March 2019. Although this event has now ended, Everlight will be sponsoring this event again in 2020.

If you’d like to schedule a meeting with the team or Dr Dan Rose please email enquiries@everlightradiology.com

Dr Dan Rose
Dan Rose is a Consultant Radiologist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital NHS FT and over the last decade has held a number of clinical management roles including Clinical Lead for Radiology and Clinical Director for Clinical Support Services/Diagnostics Division. He has been the Royal College of Radiologists’ Regional Chair for the last 4 years and has nationally been involved in RCR working parties predominantly helping to develop standards and guidance around quality and sustainability while also being a member of the National PACS Exit Board.

Dr Rose is also Everlight Radiology’s Medical Director managing its team of Radiologists, Radiologist recruitment, and also oversees the clinical interface with clients.

He has a strong interest in integrated pathway development and implementation, working across traditional models, use of technology to improve both frontline patient care but also back office processes, always with the aim of maximising patient outcomes within the increasing constraints.

The Medical Imaging Convention - NEC Birmingham on 26 - 27 March 2019

The Medical Imaging Convention is the UK’s only free event that offers a comprehensive programme on the latest innovations in imaging diagnosis and treatment. The event provides the most up-to date research, data and developments that will enable better patient outcomes, efficiency and cost effectiveness in UK medical imaging.

After a successful show in 2018, The Medical Imaging Convention makes a comeback to Birmingham’s NEC on the 26th & 27th March 2019 for its biggest show to date.

The event provides a unique platform for 2,500 Senior Management teams, Radiology Managers, Hospital Managers and PACS Managers to discover the latest innovations currently revolutionising the industry, and hear expert guidance through inspiring CPD accredited seminars, transforming diagnosis and treatment within areas such as cancer, stroke, dementia and major trauma.