The Digital Health Autumn Leadership Summit has been launched to reconnect digital health leaders face-to-face with those leading the national policy agenda.
Taking place on 7-8 October at Park Regis Birmingham, the new two-day residential summit will provide an opportunity to pause, explore and reflect on the crowded policy agenda on digital health and data, while networking with peers from local and national organisations.
Delegates will include members of the Health CIO, CCIO and CNIO Networks, national NHS IT leaders, plus future digital leaders, digital nurses, NHS chief executives, finance directors, transformation leads and other senior executives.
“We’re pleased to be able to announce the first in-person event organised by Digital Health since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Jon Hoeksma, CEO of Digital Health.
“The new Autumn Leadership Summit will provide a unique opportunity for board-level NHS executives from local and national organisations to share experiences, compare strategies, attend workshops and enjoy a lively social programme.
“Spaces are limited so I encourage you to apply early to attend” concluded Hoeksma.
Session topics will include the shift to integrated care systems, digital boards, data strategy, digital clinical safety, investment frameworks and priorities, digital maturity measures and the new roles of national agencies.
The summit will also celebrate excellence in NHS IT leadership with the return of the Digital Health Awards gala ceremony – which includes the CCIO, CIO, CNIO, Future Digital Leader and Digital CEO of the Year categories – taking place in the evening of day one.
Places are limited. Book early to join an exclusive group of digital health leaders, senior NHS executives and policy makers to explore the role of leadership and policy implications on your organisation’s business and digital strategies. All sessions will be CPD-accredited.