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Why attend

UK e-Health Week is the most influential e-health event run in collaboration with NHS England and NHS Digital.

With an overall theme of using data, IT and tech to transform health and care; a strong agenda guides delegates through inspiring plenary discussions, informative workshops and practical tutorials.

Attendees will:

  • Hear from health and care leaders from the NHS and industry about the developments in health IT and data analytics 

  • Engage in panel discussions chaired by experts in data analytics, interoperability, genomics, commissioning, cyber security, leadership and genomics

  • Get the inside track from policy makers, strategists, chief executives, practitioners and patients policy and implementation 

  • Learn from international exemplars and innovators

  • Celebrate healthcare IT as a key enabler in safe, effective and efficient health and care

What makes UK e-Health Week unique?

  • The only two-day e-health event with NHS England and NHS Digital acting as major contributors to the show

  • More CIOs and CCIOs than any other event

  • Free for NHS and public sector staff

  • Topical content including vanguard sites, STPs, roadmaps, Global Digital Exemplars, cyber security and paper free NHS

  • Dedicated sessions for key stakeholders including nurses, commissioners, GPs, clinicians, IT leads and directors

  • The largest number of senior speakers from the NHS than any other e-health event

  • A London-based event capitalising on the presence of relevant delegates and decision-makers

Register now

UK e-Health Week is a key moment in my calendar and should be for all health CIOs and CCIOs. It is a chance to learn from the best and put your ideas to the test. I never leave there with anything but good ideas and new friends.

Andy Kinnear, Chair, BCS Health

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