Healthcare IT Exchange

01 - 03 December, 2015

December 2015

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Learn practical, cost-effective and sustainable ways to position IM&T as a strategic and innovative partner

The conversation is no longer about the targets which the Government has set, NHS Informatics leaders across the country are instead focusing on how they are going to address the problems which arise as they try to achieve the tasks within the set deadlines.

Public and private organisations constantly need to drive greater efficiencies and improve the quality of patient care. IT is one of the key tools helping organisations achieve these goals. However, in times of budget constraints, doing more with a reduced budget, while improving the quality of patient care delivered is a massive challenge for IM&T Directors but one which they need to get on top of, to position IT as a strategic and innovative partner in the organisation.

As such, for organisations that recognise the need to drive greater efficiencies and improve the quality of patient care through IT, the Healthcare IT Exchange provides a platform to benchmark with an exclusive group of senior peers and solution providers capable of helping them define and successfully navigate this new territory.

How is the Healthcare IT Exchange different to any other event?

2014 Speakers Included:

 Steve Parsons
Steve Parsons
Director of ICT
Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Foundation Trust
 Dr Paul Upton
Dr Paul Upton
Director of Transformation
The Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
 Colin Sweeney
Colin Sweeney
Director of ICT
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 Charles Gutteridge
Charles Gutteridge
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Barts Health NHS Trust
 Malcolm Senior
Malcolm Senior
Director of Informatics
Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
 Rowan Pritchard-Jones
Rowan Pritchard-Jones
Consultant Plastic Surgeon and CCIO
St Helens and Knowsley Health Informatics Service
 Eddie Olla
Eddie Olla
CIO
Sherwood Forest Hospitals Foundation Trust
 Justin Griffiths
Justin Griffiths
Head of IT
The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust
 Stephen Stewart
Stephen Stewart
Assistant Director of Technology and Telecommunications
Southern Eastern Health and Social Care Trust
 Richard Slater
Richard Slater
Consultant General Surgeon and Clinical Lead Health Informatics
Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
 Mark Hutchinson
Mark Hutchinson
Head of Information Technology
Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust
 Ken Dobson
Ken Dobson
Associate Director of IT
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
 Christine Walters
Christine Walters
Director of IM&T
The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

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Sponsors & Exhibitors
Media Partners
2014 Media Partners
Institute of Health Records and Information Management (IHRIM)
UK Council for Health Informatics Professions (UKCHIP)
IQPC
Building Better Healthcare
Health Business

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