On February 10th 2015, leaders from across the digital health sector will meet at the America Square Conference Centre in London to discuss and plan the future of integrated digital care in the UK to deliver “world-class service through world class information systems”.
Topics on the agenda include:
- How to make the most out of new technologies and innovations in healthcare – saving money and improving services.
- How to evade previous pitfalls to transform information technology, the lessons learnt and practical advice to avoid costly problems.
- What are the key steps towards delivering a paperless NHS by 2018 and a modern digital health service.
- A focus on the practical outlining how digital technology can improve services, benefit patients and support clinical decision-making.
- An update and analysis of the Information Government Oversight Panel (IIGOP) progress report.
- How to meet safety standards and ensure that information flows freely and securely across care settings.
- How technology can support service integration and deliver better care at lower cost.
- How to make the best use of patient information and drive improvements in the quality of care.
- Insight into EU regulations on data protection and data sharing and what this means for the NHS.
- How digital innovations can support public health initiatives.
Speakers confirmed for the event include: Tim Straughan – Director of Health and Innovation at Leeds and Partners; Professor Jonathan Kay – Clinical Informatics Director for NHS England; Julia Manning – Founder and Chief Executive of 2020health; Julia Ball – Assistant Director of Nursing at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust; James Freed – Head of Information Strategy at Public Health England and Dawn Monaghan – Group Manager of Public Services for the Information Commissioner’s Office.
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