Watch webinar on AI & restarting routine health services post COVID-19

We were delighted that our first ever virtual CHN was such a success. We had more attendees than we can normally accommodate and a major NHSX announcement!

At the start of the event, Dr Indra Joshi launched new NHSX guidance, “A Buyer’s Checklist for AI in Health and Care” to kick off our panel discussion around AI. 

Many thanks to Indra, her colleague Dominic Cushnan, Andrew Fearn of EMRAD and Peter Kecskemethy, co-founder and CEO of Kheiron Medical for their hugely interesting insights on “Restarting services post Covid-19: How can an AI solution help and how do you choose the right one?”

The panel fielded a whole range of questions from our attendees and live online polling showed 88% of viewers felt better equipped to know what a good AI product looks like by the end of the session.

A big thank you to Kheiron Medical for supporting, hosting and helping us to organise the event. If you would like to engage in a discussion with Kheiron regarding deployment in your breast screening programme, please contact or find out more at their website

NHSX Launch AI Buyer’s Checklist at CHN’s first Webinar

Dr Indra Joshi, NHSX’s Director of AI chose CHN’s webinar with Kheiron Medical on 6th May to launch brand new guidance on procuring AI solutions in the NHS.

CHN was delighted to share this breaking news with its members, ahead of an engaging webinar discussing how AI solutions can help restart routine health services, what ‘good’ looks like and how to move at speed without compromising patient safety.

Pam Garside, CHN co chair said “This was our first virtual CHN and we are delighted that we had more attendees than we can normally accommodate and with a major NHSX announcement. Look out for more webinars before we get back to meeting in person”.

A Buyer’s Checklist for AI in Health and Care has been created by NHSX to help procurement teams and chief finance officers, service transformation and commissioning leads, in-house data scientists and analysts, and other chief officers to make good decisions about AI technology. Quoting from the preface to the short reference checklist:

“The unprecedented context of COVID-19 presents an enormous opportunity for the uptake of innovative digital solutions at pace and scale. Health and care organisations are receiving multiple proposals for AI applications that may improve the quality and ease the burden of their work. At the same time, organisations need to be assured that any AI technology they do buy meets the highest standards of safety and efficacy.”

The NHSX AI Lab has a mission to accelerate the safe adoption of artificial
intelligence in health and care. This new Checklist builds on the policy context and overview of the opportunities and challenges presented by AI for health and care in last year’s report: Artificial Intelligence: How to Get it Right.