Digital Health Summer Schools 2018

Our partners – Digital Health have announced dates for Summer Schools 2018. The two day event has become firmly established as the essential digital health leadership event of the year. The programme includes keynote presentations, dedicated CCIO, CIO, Nursing and Allied Health Professionals sessions and networking opportunities. There will also be site visits to one of Birmingham’s surrounding NHS trusts. Join your peers from across the UK and Ireland for two days of best practice exchange and education sessions.

Digital Health summer schools 2018:
Dates: 19 July 2018 – 20 July 2018
Time: 09:00 – 17:00

Venue:
Birmingham University, The Great Hall, Aston Webb Building, University of Birmingham,
Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2T

First speakers announced:
International and UK speakers will include:

Dr Robert Wachter
Chair of the Department of Medicine, UCSF
Two-years after the publication of the landmark Wachter Review, international health IT leader Dr Wachter will share his latest insights on the progress and pitfalls of digitising health services, and signpost the fast-evolving opportunities beyond EPRs.

Dr Simon Eccles
CCIO, NHS England
England’s new national health and care system CCIO will share his ‘CCIO 7” priorities for the continued digitisation of health services, why interoperability and standards are core and how he wants to work with local digital leaders.

 

Rachel Dunscombe
Group CIO, Salford NHS Foundation Trust
CEO, NHS Digital Academy
Rachel will offer delegates insights into the establishment and delivery of the new NHS Digital Academy and share the experiences of the first cohort of students.

 

Visit the Digital Health Summer School 2018 website for more information and booking details.

PRSB have launched have a partnership with Digital Health to provide dedicated support to key NHS IT leaders in the digital transformation of health and care.

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