• John Quinn CIO and Dr Natasha Phillips CNIO of NHS England are confirmed Digital Health Summer Schools keynotes
Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from two national leaders shaping the agenda for digital and data across healthcare, at Digital Health Summer Schools. Our latest confirmed keynotes John Quinn, interim CIO and Dr Natasha Phillips, CNIO from NHS England will take the stage to tackle the hot topics of digital transformation and answer your questions. Book your
  • Digital Health Awards 2022 finalists revealed
The best and brightest digital leaders from across the healthcare landscape have been recognised as the finalists for the 2022 edition of the Digital Health Awards are revealed.  The awards will be held in the evening of 14 July and celebrate the digital achievements of the leaders making the biggest contributions to UK healthcare IT. Here
Dr Tim Ferris, director of Digital Transformation NHS England and NHS Improvement has been confirmed at Summer Schools 2022, the event dedicated to connecting NHS IT leaders, back in-person 14-15 July, University of York. Tim will join a plenary Shuri Network panel session on digital transformation, inclusion and ICSs. He will share his vision for
The Digital Health Awards 2022, the only health IT awards in which the winners are voted by their peers, are open for entries. Winners will receive peer recognition from 7,000+ Network members, publicity in digitalhealth.net and a free place to Summer Schools 2023. Nominations are now open and we are looking for outstanding digital leaders in the
  • Simon Bolton CEO o NHS Digital and Sonia Patel, System CIO of NHS Transformation Directorate
Digital Health’s Summer Schools return in person 14-15 July, University of York. And we are thrilled to confirm two CIO keynotes, who’ll be unpacking the national agenda of levelling-up, convergence, digital maturity and data. Simon Bolton, the current CEO NHS Digital and designate NHS England CIO, will be our day one CIO keynote. Simon continues
The newly elected chairs of the Digital Health Networks Advisory Panel have shared their priorities and aspirations for the future. In a keynote session on the first day of Digital Health Virtual Summer School 2021 (VSS) Network chairs Sarah Hanbridge, Lisa Emery, and Dr James Reed said they were keen to work together to build the Networks
As it celebrates its second birthday, the Shuri Network has issued a call of action to its allies to help promote change over the next 12 months. Speaking at the Virtual Summer School (VSS), two years on from when it officially launched in 2019, members and supporters of the network discussed how the NHS IT community can promote diversity
When consultant breast surgeon Liz O’Riordan was diagnosed with breast cancer, she turned to technology so she would not “have to go through cancer alone”. O’Riordan’s powerful opening speech at this year’s Digital Health Virtual Summer School (VSS) was a reminder that technology isn’t just a tool to benefit clinicians, it’s also a tool to empower patients.
  • Digital Health Virtual Summer School
To get the most out of the forthcoming Virtual Summer School , we are asking all attendees to log on to our virtual platform and familiarise themselves with the features at least one week before the event. Log on now to: Organise your agenda across the two days Edit or update your profile Discover all
Virtual Summer School is set to finish with a bang on day two, Friday 24 July, with two new amazing afternoon keynotes added to the programme. Dr Ben Goldacre MBE, renowned journalist, author and government advisor on better uses of data and technology is joined by Prof Liam Smeeth, professor of clinical epidemiology, The London