Taking place this year on the 19 and 20 April at Olympia London, UK e-Health supported by NHS England brings together over 3,000 health and care professionals. The event showcases the latest in e-Health innovations, including a focus on commissioning, RightCare, genomics and vanguards.
Delegates hear from some of the industry’s top leaders, including NHS England’s Professor Sir Malcolm Grant, Dr Arvind Madden, Professor Sue Hill, Beverley Bryant and many more.
NHS England stand – A29
NHS England have a large presence at this event, located at stand A29 in the main hall. There will be a variety of teams and programmes of work showcased on the stand, including;
- Digital Primary Care
- GP Systems of Choice (GPSoC)
- GP Information Technology (GPIT)
- Patient Online
- e-Referrals Service
- Local Digital Roadmaps
- Digital Maturity
- App Endorsement Process
- Vanguards and Pioneers
- Test Beds
- Innovations in healthcare: Internet of Things (IoT) and Wearables
Presentations are shown throughout the two days, and all delegates are welcome to visit the stand, ask any questions and discover more about the work of NHS England.
NHS England speakers
Speakers from across a range of programmes in NHS England will be discussing and sharing the different ways that e-Health can transform health and care.
The two day programme features plenary’s from Nursing, Paperfree NHS 2020, Take the London Opportunity and National Information Board Leadership Summit. Commissioning, Vanguards and Genomics feature throughout day one and Primary Care is a main theme over day two.
The full programme of NHS England sessions can be downloaded here.
Find out more about NHS England’s sessions and involvement at UK e-Health Week here.