Digital Health Rewired 2023

Digital Health Rewired 2023 14 - 15 March 2023, London, UK.
Join the diverse UK digital health community for the ultimate learning and networking experience at London's Business Design Centre. Digital Health Rewired is for anyone wanting to make a difference in UK digital health including NHS and social care, private healthcare, suppliers, start-ups, innovators, policy makers and patients.

Explore eight stages of CPD-accredited educational content featuring the latest direction on national policy, pioneering work by local health IT teams and the new innovations making waves across health services. Rewired 2023 offers two-days of networking, collaboration and in-person learning during two days of educational conference sessions, exhibition and meetings.

Topics include National Policy, Digital Transformation, Integrated Care, AI, Data and Analytics, Cyber Security, Digital Nursing, and Smart Heath. Rewired will also showcase a fantastic array of latest best practice, case studies and experience from all parts of the NHS. The joint headline sponsors are System C and TPP.

The event's latest keynote is the author of 'Better, Broader, Safer', the review into better using health data for research and analysis published in April 2022.

Professor Ben Goldacre's will share his views on how the NHS should safely and efficiently use its powerful datasets to improve healthcare outcomes.

Other confirmed Digital Health Rewired 2023 keynotes include deputy CEO of NHS Providers, Saffron Cordery, and NHS England and Improvement director of transformation Dr Tim Ferris.

Drawing on experiences from NHS Provider's digital board programme, Saffron will outline the next steps for delivering digital at trust-level against the backdrop of political structural reform. Dr Ferris will be speaking at a key moment following the merger of NHS Digital into NHS England, with major changes in priorities and programmes.

Other speakers include:

  • Dom Cushnan, Director of AI, Imaging and Deployment for NHS AI Lab
  • Lisa Emery, Chief Transformation, Innovation and Digital Officer for NHS Sussex Integrated Care System, and chair of the CIO Network
  • Dr Natasha Phillips, CNIO at NHS England
  • Rob Webster, CEO of West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership
  • Ruth May, CNO, NHS England

The event will also be running the popular Rewired Pitchfest - a competition which provides a platform for young and innovative ventures to scale in the NHS. The live final will take place at Rewired 2023 with finalists pitching to win an NHS test bed site.

Rewired is free to attend for NHS, public sector, non-for-profit and third sector providers, charitable sectors, academics and researchers.

Register your place today at digitalhealthrewired.com

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