UK e-Health Week returns to London Olympia from 3-4 May 2017 to explore transformation of the NHS through IT.
The two-day event is jointly hosted by HIMSS UK and BCS – the chartered institute for IT – and supported by NHS England and NHS Digital. With an overall focus on using data, IT and tech to transform health and care; a strong agenda will guide delegates through inspiring plenary discussions, informative workshops and practical tutorials.
Confirmed speakers include Matthew Swindells, National Director: Operations and Information, Keith McNeil, NHS Chief Clinical Information Officer, Will Smart, NHS Chief Information Officer, and Beverley Bryant, Director of Digital Transformation.
DigitalHealth.London day one panel sessions and debate
DigitalHealth.London will be presenting three stage sessions on the afternoon of day one (3 May). Join us from 3.00pm as we present:
Breaking down barriers through partnerships: Panel discussion offering insight and expertise into the challenges of implementing technology, and how this can be overcome through NHS/SME partnerships.
Using IT to ensure patient empowerment: How we’re using technology to support empowerment and self-management for patients, with real-life examples in London’s NHS.
Let’s not let the lack of evidence put us off – we need to get stuff done: A debate presenting contrasting views from clinicians, commissioners and academics as to the value of evidence, evidence as a barrier to change, and the need to just get on and do it!
NHS and public sector colleagues can attend UK e-Health Week at London Olympia free-of-charge. Register at www.ukehealthweek.com and enter the complimentary ticket code: EHWKDHL