Digital transformation - how digital innovation can enable you to meet the challenge

31 January 2018 Harwell Campus, Atlas Centre, Fermi Avenue, Harwell, Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11 0QS

The recently published Life Sciences Industrial Strategy report, and recently announced Life Sciences Sector deal, place a clear focus on accelerating collaboration between the NHS and industry for the benefit of patients.


Arden & GEM Commissioning Support Unit, in partnership with the Satellite Applications Catapult, is hosting a digital innovation event to support Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs) take advantage of collaboration to meet their healthcare challenges.

This event has been designed for STP executive teams faced with the need to reimagine healthcare in order to deliver on their sustainability and transformation plans. With input from NHS, government and industry leaders, this key event will provide attendees with examples of digital insight and best practice that can improve efficiency and patient outcomes.

With Will Smart, Chief Information Officer at NHS Digital, Stuart Martin, Chief Executive Officer at the Satellite Applications Catapult, and Elaine Mead, Chief Executive Officer at NHS Highland, already confirmed as speakers, the event promises to bring together a wide range of presentations to help healthcare leaders consider the role digital innovation can play in driving and enabling change.

Delegates will be supported to think about how technology can enable their local plans, with Innovate UK sharing how the NHS can access funding streams to turn thinking into credible local action.

The afternoon workstreams will be dedicated to bringing delegates the latest initiatives in; technology that empowers patients, artificial intelligence that delivers scalable change and big data that drives population health management.

To book your free event place, complete the online registration form.

To add your name to the mailing list to receive updates as new speakers are confirmed, please email or call 01926 353786.