Digital Health has appointed Silver Buck, the specialist digital health marketing and public relations agency, as its PR partner for next year’s Digital Health Rewired conference.
The partnership, which is now in its fourth year, will see Silver Buck support Digital Health’s annual health tech conference, which provides delegates and industry leaders with unrivalled content on the latest trends, policy changes and insights in the sector.
The event, taking place at the Business Design Centre (BDC) in London, brings together UK professionals from all parts of the digital health and health IT community including senior NHS and social care executives, suppliers, start-ups, influencers, c-suite innovators, policy makers and decision makers.
The two day event will take place on 14 and 15 March featuring the companies, technologies, and trends shaping health tech. The packed Rewired programme for 2023 includes seven stages covering key themes including national policy, integrated care, digital transformation, AI and data, and innovation, plus the return of the Digital Nursing Summit, which was a big success last year.
Chris Marsom, Head of Marketing at Digital Health, said:
“We’re looking forward to working with Silver Buck again as we ramp up plans for a bigger and better Rewired in 2023. Their team has played an important role building awareness of the show and engaging with a wide range of media.
Rewired is designed for anyone wanting to make a difference in UK health and care. We warmly invite the community to attend for unmissable CPD-accredited educational content and unrivalled networking opportunities.”
The event will be crucial in allowing the sector to debate any new plans from Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Thérèse Coffey which are due in the coming months. It will also be pivotal in debating how plans within former Health Secretary Sajid Javid’s NHS digital transformation agenda have played out and whether the sector is on target to meet the ambition for 90% of NHS trusts to have EPRs by December 2023. It also comes just a few months prior to Professor Dame Margaret Whitehead’s independent review into the health impact of potential ethnic and other biases in medical devices.
Stephen Bryant, Director and Co-founder of Silver Buck, added:
“Digital Health Rewired is such an important event in the sector and this year’s conference, which was busier than ever, showed just how essential it was for the digital health community to connect in person again. We’re very proud to be Digital Health’s chosen PR partner for the fourth consecutive year to help the team amplify and accelerate Rewired 2023, which promises to be another jam-packed event. As a sector we’ve achieved some amazing things over the last year and Rewired will be a great place for suppliers and industry leaders alike to showcase and debate how we build on that.”
Digital Health Rewired will be announcing the top keynotes over the coming weeks.
For more information or to register: https://digitalhealthrewired.com/
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