- 25 March 2019 - 26 March 2019
09:00 - 17:00
Digital Health Rewired is the new two-day conference and one-day exhibition in London Olympia focused on joining up and integrating health and care through the transformational use of technology and new ways of working.
The two-day conference and expo is organised by Digital Health, publishers of digitalhealth.net, the authoritative, independent news source on health IT.
Digital Health Rewired builds on this in-depth industry experience and knowledge to create a new kind of event, focused on building lasting connections between local and national health IT leaders and the most innovative suppliers.
Rewired brings together our current events into one unique experience, and will incorporate the best of Digital Health Leadership Summit, Cloud Summit and Cyber Security Summit.
Digital Health is the organiser of the CCIO, CNIO and Health CIO Networks, the largest online community of local NHS IT leaders in the UK, with over 2,500 members.
Digital Health Rewired is being developed as the sister event to the Summer Schools, the highly successful and prestigious exclusive two-day leadership residential event now in its sixth year and will be attended by over 400 delegates in 2018.
Starting March 2019, Digital Health Rewired will provide the platform for showcasing and sharing best practice, innovation and benefits, an event open to all. With your help and that of our many partners we intend to build the must attend event for absolutely everyone working to achieve the benefits of digital health and care.
Adrian Byrne, CIO, Southampton University Hospital NHS FT
For 15 years, Ade has pursued a strategy for electronic patient records through integration and evolution. He is currently chair of the Health CIO Network and a member of the INTEROPen board, NHS electronic referral advisory board and KLAS advisory board.
Ade is very interested in direct patient to secondary care interaction via secure web and messaging, and has developed a platform at UHS, My Medical Record, used by a number of NHS organizations.Amanda Claeys, CNIO, East Lancashire NHS Trust
Andy Kinnear, CIO, BCS Health and Care Andy Kinnear is an experienced Chief Information Officer (CIO) in his 26th year with the NHS. He has a successful track record of delivering information & technology strategy and solutions and a wholehearted commitment to improving the health and care system.
Andy has an esteemed collection job roles including Director of Digital Transformation for SCW CSU, Programme Director of Connecting Care, Chair of the BCS Health & Care Executive and Local Delivery Advisor to NHS Digital. He is a member of the national CIO network and was elected to the CIO Advisory Panel in June 2016. A keen advocate of the benefits an integrated care records can bring at the point of care, Andy actively promotes the secondary use of this data to support the improvement of services.Caron Swinscoe, Senior Clinical Lead, NHS DigitalDermot O’Riordan, CCIO, West Suffolk NHS FT
CCIO in West Suffolk NHS FT & previously MD and interim CEO. As CCIO, he was clinical lead for the successful Big Bang go live implementation Cerner Millennium.
Dermot is a passionate believer in the transformational potential of digitising health.Jane Berezynskyj, NHS Digital
Throughout her career Jane has worked in digitally enabling businesses across private and public sectors to achieve digital transformation.
Jane has worked as a Programme Director in a mental health / community care provider organisation and was most recently a CIO in a tertiary care provider. This gives Jane first-hand knowledge and understanding of the digital challenges and opportunities faced in provider organisations, as well as her experiences of implementing three different EPRs!Dr Joe McDonald, CCIO, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS
CCIO at Northumberland Tyne and Wear Mental Health Trust – founding member of the CCIO Network and current chair of the CCIO Network Advisory Panel – passionate about improving the usability of clinical IT systems – director of Connected Health Cities in the North East and North Cumbria and overseeing the development of the Great North Care Record project.Jon Hoeksma, CEO, Digital Health (chair) Jon Hoeksma is the chief executive and editor of Digital Health which combines independent news, intelligence data and leadership networks for the UK health IT sector. Jon previously co-founded EHI and the EHI Live show, and led its sale to Informa Plc in 2014.
Recent achievements include the national campaign for the appointment of CCIOs; the development of Digital Health Networks; establishing the Digital Health Summer Schools as the must attend residential events for NHS IT leaders; and, most recently, Digital Health Rewired.
Dr Jonathan Bloor, Clinical Director, System CLisa Emery, CIO, West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust Lisa worked in the NHS for 12 years as a biomedical scientist, starting her career at Watford General in 1989 before moving to University College Hospital London.
Outside of the NHS, Lisa has been a programme manager and director working on large healthcare programmes in the UK and the Middle East and several. She also worked with BT/Perot on the National Programme for IT in London, leading first of type deployments.
Lisa was appointed to CIO after returning to West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust in 2012.
She now leads the Trust’s Strategy Delivery Office with responsibility for delivery of the organisation’s transformation and efficiency projects. This has included the establishment of a Trust-wide programme management office.
An active member of the CIO Advisory Board, Lisa is always keen to promote the voices of smaller, less digitally mature NHS organisations.Dr Rhidian Bramley, CCIO, The Christie NHS FT
Dr Rhydian Bramley is CCIO at The Christie cancer centre in Manchester and has been involved with Digital Health Events since the beginning.
He has experience of leading national and regional clinical informatics programmes and clinical advisory groups, and was deputy chair of the CCIO Leaders’ Network in 2012/3. He lead the development and implementation of The Christie’s tertiary care cancer network EPR.Shauna McMahon, CIO, Frimley Health NHS FT
Shauna McMahon has worked for over 18 years in health care, having spent the majority in Canada. She is very passionate that citizens need to be equally accountable for their healthcare and that a PHR (sharing information) is critical to achieve that shared responsibility.
Digital Health Rewired is FREE for public organisations, registered charities and private healthcare providers.
Private sector attendees can sponsor, exhibit or pay for delegate attendance on Day 2.
Visit our site to register today.
Olympia London, Hammersmith Rd, London, W14 8UX
Please refer to the official Olympia website for detailed instructions on how to get to the venue.
For more details and to register, visit our official website: https://digitalhealthrewired.com/