Packed Programme for Digital Health Rewired

Our event partner Digital Health Rewired has published full packed programme revealing the 80+ speakers who will be taking part across the eight tracks over two days.

Rewired keynotes include: Matt Hancock, secretary of state for health and care; Doug Gurr UK MD of Amazon, speaking in his capacity as chair of the British Heart Foundation; Simon Eccles, national CCIO for health and social care; Dr Ben Goldacre, best-selling author and open data campaigner; Ali Parsa, CEO of Babylon Health; and Will Smart, national CIO for health and social care. Professor Shafi Ahmed, surgeon, futurologist and associate dean at Barts, will provide a glimpse of the near future, in which VR, AI and robotics are transforming surgery and medical education.

Day one of Rewired is the Rewired Leadership Summit, where sessions will include ‘The Long View of NHS IT’ which will bring former leaders back together to discuss the deeper trends of digitisation.The panel includes Andy Williams, former CEO, NHS Digital, and MP and former Minister for Life Sciences, George Freeman.

Day two of Rewired launches the Rewired Conference and Exhibition at Olympia. This brand new event will connect today’s digital leaders with disruptive innovation and showcase the very best local and national work of digital trailblazers in health and care. The mainIntegrated Care conference track opens with Dr Ben Goldacre followed by Doug Gurr and Matt Hancock, who will be giving his keynote at 11.45am.

A glittering morning programme also includes Dr Harpreet Sood, on EPRs and clinical burnout in the Clinical Software track; Prof Neil Sebire of GOSH DRIVE will open the AI and Analytics track; and Will Smart will set out the next latest steps to secure the NHS in theCyber Security track.

Registrations for NHS and public sector are free. Book your place now


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