Autumn Management Summit Programme Printed
The programme for October’s Digital Well being Autumn Management Summit in Birmingham has been published, with new keynotes and classes introduced.
The brand new in-person summit, sponsored by AWS and Fujitsu, is designed to re-connect native and nationwide NHS IT leaders and supply them with the chance to community and replicate on 18-months or dramatic change and a difficult restoration agenda forward. The occasion is happening on 7-8 October at Park Regis in Birmingham.
Professor David Rosser, who’s the CEO of College Hospital Birmingham NHS Basis Belief and the leads one essentially the most digitally superior NHS trusts within the UK, has been confirmed because the opening NHS keynote speaker and can set out his future digital imaginative and prescient for Birmingham.
Tom Loosemore, public sector digitisation guru, former deputy director of the extensively acclaimed Authorities Digital Service, and co-author of ‘Digital Transformation at Scale: Why the Technique Is Supply’, has additionally been confirmed.
Tom is working in partnership with NHS Suppliers to guide the Digital for Boards programme working with trusts throughout the NHS and his session might be targeted on serving to place the challenges the NHS faces on digital within the context of wider public sector digitisation experiences.
Jon Hoeksma, CEO Digital Well being, mentioned: “After 18-months of relentless change, I hope the Summit will present leaders the prospect to return collectively in-person, re-connect, community and be taught from each other and discover how they will handle the how digital can subsequent help the challenges of NHS restoration.”
The Summit would be the first time the newly elected CCIO, CIO and CNIO Community leaders will meet in individual, with nearly all of the elected leaders attending.
Among the many nationwide leaders who’re additionally offering keynotes are Jenny Thomas, director of DigitalHealth.London; Jonathan Benger, chief medical officer at NHS Digital; and Neil Bennet chief data safety officer at NHS Digital, who will focus on why NHS Digital has now escalated cyber safety to its primary precedence.
The newly revealed What Does Good Look Like framework and accompanying Who Pays for What Steerage will even be squarely on the agenda. NHSX management trio Simon Eccles (deputy CEO), Sonia Patel (CIO) and Natasha Philips (CNIO), will lead a panel debate designed to offer attendees the prospect to dig into the brand new steerage.
Simon, Sonia, Natasha and colleagues will even be amongst these main the interactive roundtables and workshops, that are one other main function of the Summit programme. On day one the classes are on the place subsequent on ‘Digital Maturity’ and ‘Digital Basis of ICSs’.
Whereas the day two workshop classes, which might be led by the NHSX and NHS Digital leaders, embrace: ‘Digital and Employees Burn Out’, ‘Constructing a Digital Innovation Functionality’, ‘Why each nurse is a digital nurse’, ‘Rising threats to digital well being and care’ and ‘How one can develop digital abilities at scale’.
The afternoon of day two is devoted to giving native leaders a voice, and sharing their expertise and concepts on the place subsequent within the digitisation session. In addition to shows and a panel Q&A with the elected chairs Lisa Emery, CIO Royal Marsden Basis Belief, Sarah Hanbridge, CNIO The Christie Basis Belief; and James Reed, CCIO Birmingham and Solihull Psychological Well being Basis Belief, there might be an open mic city corridor session.
In addition to having two-packed days stuffed with keynotes and rountables, there’s additionally the networking and awards dinner on 7 October, which can have fun the achievements of native NHS digital leaders with the presentation of the Digital Well being Awards.
The summit is open to these both working within the NHS, public or charitable sectors, in academia or sponsors.
Areas are extraordinarily restricted with a capability of 200. E-book your place as early as doable.