The newly elected leaders of the CCIO, CIO and CNIO Networks will set out how they will strengthen the voice of local NHS digital leaders and to ensure that national policy is better informed by local knowledge and requirements at the Autumn Leadership Summit on 7-8 October.
On day two of the Summit, Lisa Emery, chair of the CIO Network; James Reed, chair of the CCIO Network; and Sarah Hanbridge, chair of the CNIO Network will share their priorities, and detail work underway to develop an influential independent voice on behalf of members to help better inform national policy.
The overall aim of the group session will be exploring how to progressively build dialogue, partnerships and collaboration between local, regional and national digital leaders and policymakers in health and care.
The Autumn Leadership Summit is the new in-person event from Digital Health, designed to provide an opportunity for all NHS digital leaders to network, connect and reflect on a period of unprecedented change and consider how together they can best meet the challenges now ahead.
We hope you can join us in Birmingham this October.