Digital Health is extremely pleased to announce that System C and Graphnet Care Alliance and TPP, the two leading UK health clinical suppliers, will once again be co-headline sponsors of Rewired in 2023.
Taking place on 14-15 March at the Business Design Centre in London, the two-day in-person conference and exhibition will once again connect people from all parts of the fast-evolving digital health community, including NHS and social care, suppliers, start-ups, innovators, policymakers and patients.
Health and care professionals will be able to network, collaborate and learn in-person during two days of rich educational conference sessions, a vibrant exhibition, networking programme and fringe meetings, all focused on sharing a diverse and in-depth range of best practice and innovation.
The main conference stages at Digital Health Rewired 2023 will be:
- National Policy and Keynote
- Integrated Care
- Digital Transformation
- Digital Nursing
- AI, Data and Analytics
- Smart Health
As well as being a co-headliner of the event as a whole, System C and Graphnet Alliance, providers of integrated solutions across health and social care, will also sponsor the National Policy and Keynote track and stage, the home of the must-see keynote sessions, including Dr Tim Ferris, director of Digital Transformation NHS England and Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt, chair, NHS Norfolk & Waveney Integrated Care Board.
Other Speaker highlights include Richard Stubbs, CEO at Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, and Dr Vin Diwakar, medical director for transformation and secondary care at National Medical Improvement Directorates NHS England.
UK EPR provider, TPP, is the co-headline sponsor of Rewired 2023, sponsoring the Integrated Care Stage. The Integrated Care stage focuses on the leaders, teams and challenges of making integrated care a reality, with examples of work from across the country on delivering shared care records, population health, patient portals and remote care at scale.
Speaker highlights include Rob Webster, chief executive at West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership, Lisa Emery, chief transformation innovation and digital officer at NHS Sussex; Sarah Amani, CNIO at Dorset Healthcare University NHS FT; and Beverley Bryant, CDIO at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS FT.
TPP’s founder, Frank Hester, who is Integrated Care’s opening keynote on day two, said: “Looking forward to speaking at Digital Health Rewired again. I want to really shake things up this year.
“On the frontline, doctors and nurses are overworked, patients are in corridors and hospital buildings are crumbling. Meanwhile in digital health, billions of pounds are being spent on IT. We must address this at Rewired.”
Nick Wilson, CEO at System C, said: “We’re proud to once again be headline sponsor at the annual Rewired event, with our Care Alliance partner, Graphnet Health.
“This is the first time I will be attending as CEO of System C, and I am thoroughly looking forward to connecting with our customers, and hearing some of the UK’s leading digital transformation innovators speak on the conference floor.
“Our Healthcare managing director, Guy Lucchi will be speaking on the topic of EPR convergence, covering how we can provide an end-to-end coverage plan across Integrated Care Systems. I would encourage everyone with an interest in this topic to attend, as he will be sharing some new insights and information about our technology and capabilities.
“Our team will be at the System C & Graphnet exhibition stand throughout the event, ready to speak to everyone and demonstrate our integrated solutions, including CareFlow EPR and CareFlow Medicines Management, along with Graphnet’s shared care record, population health and remote monitoring solutions. I look forward to seeing you there.”
Jon Hoeksma, CEO of Digital Health Intelligence, the organisers of Rewired, said: “Nobody knows the digital NHS better than System C and TPP. We’re delighted to once again be working with them as partners and co-sponsors on Rewired. Their support is a key factor in ensuring Rewired is the best event in the sector.”
Running as part of the two-day conference we also have the Rewired Pitchfest competition for digital health start-ups. Now in its fifth year, Pitchfest in 2023 has categories for both start-up and scale-ups. The start-up of the year will win a trial at an NHS test bed site, with the shortlist for both competitions revealed last week.
Following a series of virtual heats the finalists will battle it out at Rewired, pitching live before the judges. The live finals take place on day one (scale-ups) and day two (start-ups) at Rewired.