Digital Healthcare

Published on: 17th May 2017

28 - 29 June 2017


ExCeL London
One Western Gateway
Royal Victoria Doc
E16 1XL

Digital Healthcare is a true system change event for all stakeholders tasked with delivering an interoperable, patient centred healthcare system that meets the needs of an ageing population. Digital Healthcare is where policy meets implementation on a national scale and brings together all the pieces of the healthcare jigsaw puzzle on 28-29 June 2017 at London ExCeL.

Digital Healthcare‘s dedicated exhibition will house the world’s leading digital healthcare suppliers in areas including Wearables & Apps, Big Data & Analytics, Cloud Computing, Remote Monitoring, Care-Coordination and Cyber Security, Population Health and Electronic Patient Records.

Digital Healthcare plays host to an innovative conference programme to explore and understand the latest digital technologies shaping healthcare transformation, as well as interactive case studies to showcase their practical implementation.

The Digital Healthcare conference programme includes:

  • Keith McNeil, CCIO and Will Smart, CIO from NHS England will open conference proceedings, sharing their views on the growing importance of the roles of the CIO and the CCIO
  • Ian Trenholm CEO of the NHS Blood and Transfusion Service on how new technology has been enlisted to transform the service
  • Joanna Smith CIO from Royal Brompton and Harefield Foundation Trust about her role as an innovative disruptor
  • Mahiben Maruthappu, founder of the Innovation Accelerator, talks about the key sector trends and the shares the latest news on the Innovation and Technology Tariff
  • Indi Singh, Head of Architecture at NHS England, gives insight into the current challenges facing the development of a truly interoperable service within the NHS and beyond.

Download the full programme on the Digital Healthcare website.

Prof Harry Hemingway, Director of the Farr Institute London, will be speaking about Research Challenges and Opportunities with UK Health Data in the Keynote Theatre on 28th June, 5pm.

It has long been said that NHS lifelong health records provide an internationally special opportunity for research and innovation to improve care and maintain health. Recent developments with the UK Life Sciences Industry Strategy and the establishment of the UK Farr Institute for health and biomedical informatics research are set to accelerate research using electronic health record, genomic, imaging, wearable and mobile and wider societal data. This talk will discuss some of the challenges and opportunities.


For more information and to book tickets visit the Digital Healthcare website.

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