Digital Health and Care Congress

The King’s Fund’s Digital Health and Care Congress returns for another successful year on Tuesday 16 June 2015. This two-day conference and exhibition will explore how the innovative use of information and technology is enabling patient-centred care.

The event is a showcase for exciting new digital health innovations, technology, research, and service delivery methods that are having a positive impact on care providers and service users.

All of the digital health and social care projects that will be featured at the congress have been through an extensive, peer-reviewed submission process, and you can check out some of the new digital health applications and wearable devices you may have heard about in the exhibition hall, innovation hub, and health care app showcase area.

Networking breaks will allow you time to mix and mingle with more than 500 attendees from: the NHS, local government, academic institutions, third sector, commercial providers, digital health start-ups, entrepreneurs and innovators.

Event details:

Date:         16-17 June 2015

Location:    The King’s Fund, London W1G 0AN

Key speakers:

The agenda features expert patients like Dave deBronkart (better known as e-Patient Dave) and those with responsibility for leading this agenda in the NHS:

  • Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England
  • Tim Kelsey, National Director for Patients and Information, NHS England
  • Paul Rice, Head of Technology Strategy, NHS England
  • Beverley Bryant, Director of Strategic Systems and Technology, NHS England.

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