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PA OPINION

Argenti Innovate Conference 2018

The Argenti Care Technology partnership, led by PA Consulting, brought together national and local thought-leaders in innovation, healthcare and social care, for the fourth annual Innovate Conference. We discovered how collaboration, technology and the development of consumer connected devices are driving independence and changing the future of care. Here are our highlights. 

Highlights from Innovate Barnet 2018
Highlights from Innovate Barnet 2018

Argenti "Dragons' Den" style Challenge with London Borough of Barnet

Together with the London Borough of Barnet, the Argenti Care technology partnership, which is led by PA Consulting, hosted a Dragons' Den style challenge for students of Barnet Council and Barnet and Southgate College. The challenge was to think creatively about new and practical ways in which technology can be used to support better outcomes for adults in the London Borough of Barnet.

Argenti: Dragons Den Challenge 2018
Argenti: Dragons Den Challenge 2018

There were many submissions from right across the council and Barnet and Southgate College. The winners were announced at the Innovate Conference, and were awarded their prizes. The ingenuity on show was incredible and gave our judges a difficult time as they debated who should be the winners. The Challenge is another great example of how PA supports innovation to deliver meaningful outcomes. 

2018 Argenti Dragons' Den winners

  • The Barnet Council category winners were Anju Shah and Julie Hughes, for developing the 'Talk Pad' app
  • In the Student category, the winners were Moses Duale and Benjamin Boateng, for building the 'Virtual Carer'

The other finalists were Eva Fleming & Toby Partridge. Well done to everyone who took part.

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