With only two weeks left, the full programme for Digital Health Leadership Summit 2018 has now been published with highlights including a keynote address by national CCIO Dr Simon Eccles – his first speech since being appointed.
Other keynote speakers include Matthew Swindells, National Director for Operations and Information at NHS England and Rob Shaw, deputy chief executive of NHS Digital.
In its third year, the Summit brings together CCIOs, CIOs, CNIOs and other digital health leaders with NHS senior executives to exchange best practice, share experience, network and collaborate.
The aim is to learn and effectively implement digital strategies across local health and care economies.
A key theme for this year is learning from other sectors that have achieved digitally-led services and engaging board-level executives.
Our keynote speakers Cait O’Riordan, CIO of Financial Times Group and Giles York, Chief Constable of Sussex Police, will share their insight on how leading organisations outside of the NHS and public sector have successfully harnessed digitisation to drive improvements in performance and service delivery.
Other highlights include regional digital showcases from Bristol, Leeds and Bolton; updates from Global Digital Exemplars and Fast Followers; and presentations from leading NHS CEOs, CIOs and CCIOs.
The interactive programme also comprises six leadership workshops covering topics such as building the board business case for digital investment, population health management master class and smarter buying for interoperability among others.
There are only a few places left so reserve yours now and join us in two weeks’ time on 15-16 March at the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel. Click here to book.