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Health Insights are HIMSS UK's one-day regional health IT events delivered free to the NHS and public sector.

Returning to four cities in November 2017, the next Health Insight series will explore the very latest in health IT implementation and adoption across the NHS.

Each Health Insight gives attendees a packed agenda with local and national healthcare IT leaders delivering the latest developments and strategies in their area. Attendees always leave with the insight, tools and inspiration they need to make a positive difference where they work. 

Health Insights are free to attend for colleagues in the NHS and public sector.

Register Now for Health Insights November 2017

A regional view on digital maturity

The November series of Health Insights will offer a sharp focus on how health and care organisations are starting to shift their attention to the digitalisation of whole areas, regions and cities. 

The series will explore:  

  • How NHS hospitals, including Global Digital Exemplars, GPs, community organisations and local authorities are implementing technology individually and collectively to improve patient outcomes within regions, and the challenges they face in doing this   

  • Digitalisation at hospitals and GP surgeries, and how these services are using IT solutions to cover the gaps in care

  • Hot topics in NHS IT, including what the future holds for Global Digital Exemplars, GDPR and digital leadership for the future with CHIME 

  • How industry and the NHS can improve working relationships to implement technology 

Download the online event guide

Health Insights November 2017 dates and agendas 

The Health Insights events have been instrumental in helping us inform healthcare professionals of the NHS England Open Source Programme, as well as keeping the supplier community updated on the technology funding available to trusts. 

Peter Coates, Head of Ecosystem Development, NHS Digital (former Integrated Digital Care Record Programme Manager, NHS England)