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18 October 2017 | The King's Fund

The King's Fund, 11-13 Cavendish Square, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AN

9:30 - 17:00

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The Executive Leadership Summit brings together senior NHS and industry leaders to explore the biggest issues in healthcare IT.

Our attendees are made up of CIOs and CCIOs in the NHS, leaders from NHS England and NHS Digital and health IT innovators from industry.

Together, they work through a packed agenda designed to maximise learning opportunities and ignite debate around current and future priorities in health IT. 

The exclusive, invite-only event gives delegates:

  • a full day of learning, networking and expert-led workshops 

  • and unrivalled forum to meet and share ideas with key influencers and leaders in healthcare/NHS IT 

  • a working lunch

Tickets to attend Executive Leadership Summit are free for NHS colleagues.

The summit on 18 October will once again bring delegates carefully chosen presentations and workshops with a sharp focus on the leadership challenges of the CIO and CCIO community.

Speakers include: 

  • Keith McNeil, CCIO Health and Social Care, NHS England 

  • Rachel Dunscombe, Director of Digital, Salford Royal Group, CEO, NHS Digital Academy and Chair of the HIMSS UK Advisory Board 

  • Peter Knight, Executive Director, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Global Digital Exemplar)

  • Will Smart, NHS CCIO, NHS England 

  • John Rayner, Regional Director, HIMSS Analytics

  • Stephen Lieber, outgoing President and CEO, HIMSS

  • Hal Wolf, President and CEO, HIMSS

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"HIMSS events have an element of prestige associated with them. ELS is known for being a great place to share thoughts and best practice amongst likeminded CIOs. The networking and dinner element was really unique from a peer to peer perspective."

Christine Walters, Director of Informatics, St Helen's and Knowsley NHS Trust

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