Dr Vin Diwakar, the incoming interim director of transformation for NHS England, has been announced as a keynote speaker for Digital Health Rewired 2024. The premier educational conference and networking event for health IT will take place on March 12-13, 2024, at the NEC in Birmingham.
Dr Diwakar will join an impressive lineup of keynote speakers, including Matthew Taylor, CEO of NHS Confederation, Prof. Greta Westwood, CEO of the Florence Nightingale Foundation, and Ana Prado, CMIO of one of the most digitally mature hospitals in Europe.
During a recent speech at Digital Health Summer Schools, Dr Diwakar revealed that every trust in the NHS is on track to have an Electronic Patient Record (EPR) implemented March 2026. He also discussed various important topics such as the NHS App, addressing the waiting list backlog, and digital maturity assessments.
Digital Health Rewired offers health and care professionals the opportunity to network, collaborate, and learn during two days of educational conference sessions, exhibitions, and meetings. The event aims to share best practices and innovative solutions within the digital health community, including NHS and social care, suppliers, start-ups, innovators, policy makers, and patients.
The conference program includes a diverse range of keynotes, education sessions, and best practice presentations. Topics covered will include digital transformation, integrated care, leadership and teams, AI, data and analytics, digital nursing, smart health, cyber security, innovation, and patient engagement.
Digital Health Rewired is free for NHS, public sector, start-ups, non-profit and third sector providers, charitable sectors, academics, and researchers. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear national updates and digital priorities directly from Dr Diwakar himself.
– Digital Health Rewired
– Dr Vin Diwakar’s speech at Digital Health Summer Schools