We are delighted to announce we are a new official partner for Digital Health Rewired 2020, the show that connects current and future health leaders with the best in digital health.
Digital Health Rewired, which returns to London Olympia on 3-4 March 2020, will bring together exciting digital health start-ups with NHS IT leaders. DigitalHealth.London will contribute to an original programme with the most compelling speakers and content.
“We’re looking forward to working with DigitalHealth.London on areas of the Rewired programme, particularly around the intersection of NHS and digital health start-ups,” said Jon Hoeksma, CEO of Digital Health.
“Rewired will give delegates the chance to meet with a huge range of start-ups and innovators, who can support digital roadmaps across the NHS – all under one roof,” he added.
On day one at the Rewired Leadership Summit, Yinka Makinde, our programme director for DigitalHealth.London will lead a Digital Pioneer Fellowship session with vignette presentations from Fellows on the programme to an audience of the most senior NHS CCIOs and CIOs.
Yinka said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Digital Health on Rewired 2020, which affirms us a key provider of capability building services in the digital health sector.
“The Digital Pioneer Fellowship session will offer delegates a rare chance to hear directly from emerging leaders on the frontline who face battles every day when trying to bring about local change through digital transformation. My hope is that they will hear and be inspired to take action to ensure there is sufficient support for all staff members within their organisations to be better equipped to deliver change.”
Day two will see the return of the Rewired Conference and Exhibition, aimed at everyone interested in helping shape the digital future of health and care. Innovation will be one of the central themes of the conference with several digital health companies due to share their stories of passing first stages of start-up into a high growth phase, and working with the NHS.
As part of the conference, the fast-paced Rewired Pitchfest returns with 16 of the best start-ups in digital health competing live on stage. The new partnership with DigitalHealth.London will see Yinka Makinde join the judging panel.
The Pitchfest winners will be offered the opportunity to have their innovation tested and scaled in a real-world NHS setting thanks to a new partnership between Digital Health is partnering up with Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS FT and their charity, CW+.
New for 2020 is the Digital Health Developer Conference on day two which is dedicated to developers working across all parts of health and care. Start-ups and innovators from DigitalHealth.London’s programmes will be invited to attend.
The Rewired Conference and Exhibition on day two at the Olympia National Hall is free for everyone from NHS, public sector, independent providers, charities and education sectors, plus start-ups less than three-years old.
For more information visit: digitalhealthrewired.com