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First headline speakers announced for Rewired 2021 festival

The first national headline speakers have been announced for the new look Digital Health Rewired Festival 2021.

Rewired 2021 Speakers

The first national headline speakers have been announced for the new look Digital Health Rewired Festival 2021.

The leaders of the key NHS agencies at the forefront of using digital and data to help respond the Covid-19 crisis are the first headliners at the Digital Health Rewired 2021 Festival, a series of online events celebrating the very best in digital health taking place on 15-19 March.

Matthew Gould and Sarah Wilkinson CEOs of NHSX and NHS Digital will keynote the Digital Leadership Summit on 16 March.

Simon Eccles, CCIO and deputy CEO of NHSX and Sonia Patel, CIO NHSX, meanwhile, will be the UK keynote speakers for the Digital Transformation Summit on 18 March.

Rewired 2021 will bring together all parts of the digital health community across a week of exciting summits, workshops, best practice sessions and online networking, with sessions carrying CPD accreditation.

A key part of rewired will again be about bringing together current NHS digital leaders and their teams with the most exciting and disruptive start-ups. The Rewired Pitchfest will run throughout the Festival.

The daily line of Rewired 2021 festival events includes:

Monday, 15 March: Interoperability Summit and Digital Response to Covid-19

Tuesday, 16 March: Digital Leadership Summit

Wednesday, 17 March: Cloud and Mobile Summit, Clinical Software Summit, Virtual Care Summit and the Connected Care Summit

Thursday, 18 March: Digital Transformation Summit

Friday, 19 March: AI and Data Summit and The New Normal

As well as headline speakers Rewired 2021 will include a wide variety of best practice sessions and lightning talks.  If you are interested in sharing your project at Rewired 2021 please tell us about it in the open call for video best practice presentations until the end of November.

The call is for presentations on how all parts of health and care are using digital and data to both respond to Covid-19 and wider modernisation and digitisation.

Registration is open now and is free to attend for NHS, public sector and allied health professionals, with a small charge for suppliers.


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