Digital Health has launched a new in-person Autumn Leadership Summit to connect local and national digital leaders across the NHS as they plan how digital will support NHS recovery.
Taking place on 7-8 October at Park Regis Birmingham, the two-day residential event will provide a unique opportunity for leaders to network with peers and NHS policy makers and catch-up on the fast-evolving digital and data policy agenda.
With new policy initiatives underway on digital maturity and investment frameworks, the Autumn Leadership Summit will explore a number of key themes.
- securing the digital gains of the pandemic
- harnessing data for patient benefit
- building board business cases for digital transformation
- building high performing digital teams
- delivery of integrated care
Networking and discussion will be at the heart of the Summit with panel debates, interactive roundtables and workshops together with national keynotes.
The exclusive audience will include newly elected representatives of the Health CIO, CCIO and CNIO Networks, NHS CEOs national policy leaders, coming together to share knowledge and network face-to-face. Event partners include NHS Digital, NHS Providers and NHSX.
The Autumn Leadership Summit will also incorporate the Digital Health Awards 2021. Run on the 7 October networking evening, the Awards will recognise the CIO, CCIO, CNIO of the year, future digital leaders, and new category of most digital CEO in the NHS.
“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 digital leaders from local and national organisations to share experiences, compare strategies, attend workshops and Network.
Hoeksma added: “The past 18-months have seen a remarkable amount achieved but the coming period of NHS recovery and reset will require even greater digital progress. The Autumn Leadership Summit will provide attendees the chance to reflect and share experiences while looking ahead to what comes next.”
The Summit is open to NHS leaders with tickets available here.