Spirit Digital at the HTN Leading Healthcare Summit – 22nd September

We were delighted to host a webinar as part of the HTN Leading Healthcare Summit. Designed for healthcare leaders, the Summit provided an opportunity for anyone in health and care to share and learn from healthcare teams across the country.

The COVID-19 catalyst – How the pandemic has optimised the opportunity for digital health

Although the virus has been devastating for so many, it has also accelerated development and adoption of technology across many areas of the healthcare system.  Simon and Nadine openly discussed the ups and downs of being at the forefront of remote healthcare delivery in Leicestershire.

They shared insights about working with the NHS during lockdown, how patients responded to change, and the challenge of doing all this without ever having met face to face!

Meet the presenters

Nadine Miles is the Director of Market Development at Spirit Health Group.

Since graduating from Birmingham with a Business studies degree, she has held a myriad of roles in healthcare, both within the NHS and the independent sector, including operational and service development roles in community services, mental health, acute, and primary care.

This extensive range of experience has landed her ‘the best job in the world’ working with the rapidly growing ‘Sunday Times Fast Track 100’ company Spirit Health Group as Director of Market Development. Nadine gets to work across Spirit’s six businesses, alongside a brilliant team who are all focused on making health easy for patients and clinicians.

Simon Applebaum is the Managing Director of Spirit Digital.

Simon joined the Spirit Health Group early in 2020 after 15 years of working in digital transformation in the travel and leisure industry. He is passionate about the opportunity to transform and improve patient pathways through the use of innovative technology.

We are excited to see some new faces, discuss our experience over the last six months and answer questions.


Watch the webinar recording here: