This October, Insignia Medical Systems, the pioneering UK based Enterprise Imaging provider, hosted its 4th annual National User Group Meeting, welcoming their users from across the country to join in a day of knowledge sharing and networking.
Taking place at Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, based in the impressive Madejski Stadium complex in Reading, delegates from over 25 Insignia Trusts came together for the day, to meet the Insignia development team and applications specialists for one to one private sessions, hands on demonstrations, and presentations.
This year, alongside the talks from the Insignia team, was guest speaker, Barnaby Waters, Imaging Technical Lead from University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. Barnaby spoke about ‘Clinical Sharing across the West Midlands’ as part of the 100,000 Genomes Project, where Insignia were selected to provide their regional sharing service to the West Midlands Genomic Medicine Centre bringing together 17 acute NHS Trusts. The day’s content proved successful, with 100% of attendees feeling that the event provided them with the information they had hoped for.
Speaking about the day, Dr Kesh Misra, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, commented “This is the fourth User Group Meeting I have attended, and it continues to be an excellent update of Insignia product development, along with demonstrations of ‘works in progress’. One particular benefit of the meeting I like is that it allows primary users to offer suggestions to improve future releases. Insignia, to their credit, are keen to work closely with their customers and embrace all such suggestions and, importantly, act upon them. This allows Insight to be driven forward in a clinically useful direction.”
Having hosted a customer event at their new offices earlier in 2017, the Insignia team are committed to direct interaction with their users, ensuring they keep up to date with latest requirements within the NHS and their UK private clients.