Three reasons to come see Elemental at The King's Fund
Are you attending The King’s Fund this week? We’ll be there exhibiting, speaking and also unveiling our new, revolutionary social prescribing product! We can’t wait!
Here are three reasons why we think you should come say hello us:
1.We're launching something special...
Focusing on creating a culture of self care and independence, we’ve expanded on the brilliance of our award-winning platform, with the launch of Elemental Self Refer – a simple, interactive tool created to empower communities and drive real-time, person centred care in your area, at any time, in any place.
Our new self referral tool allows anyone to refer themselves directly to a Community Connector or into quality assured social prescribing activities, such as gardening groups, cookery classes and exercise programmes within their own communities.
For an exclusive first look and demo of Elemental Self Refer, book you 1-1 below or drop by our stand to find out more.
2.We're talking about more than technology
Join us, our wonderful chair Martin Bell –The Martin Bell Partnership, and our inspiring panelists, Cath McClennan – Improving Me, Hanif Osmani – Poplar HARCA, Chris Easton – Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care, Leeann Monk-Ozgul – Elemental Software and Andrew Boyd – Clapham Park Group Practice for a relaxed and conversational session.
Join us at Technology By Itself Does Not Transform at Breakout B, 1:50 PM.
3.We're exhibiting and would love to hear about your social prescribing plans - we're offering you dedicated, 1-1 time
As well as launching our new and innovative product, Self Refer, we’ll discuss your plans for social prescribing and demonstrate the benefits of social prescribing through our award winning platform.
We’ll also showcase
– How you can use our platform to make instant, secure social prescribing referrals
– How our customers are boosting the impact of their social prescribing programmes using Elemental
– An exclusive preview of our new self referral tool, empowering patients to manage and maintain their own social prescribing referrals