Digital Health is delighted to reveal that System C and Graphnet Alliance and TPP will once again be co-headline sponsors of Rewired 2024.
Taking place on 12-13 March at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, after having outgrown space available at the Business Design Centre in London, the two-day expo-style event combines great conference stages, an exciting exhibition and lively networking and social programme.
The event is for everyone working with or interested in how to better use digital and data to improve health and care services.
The main conference stages at Digital Health Rewired 2024 will be:
- Digital Transformation
- Integrated Care
- Digital Leadership and Teams
- AI, Data and Analytics
- Digital Nursing
- Smart Health (day 1)
- Cyber Security (day 2)
- Innovation (day 1)
- Patient Engagement (day 2)
Alongside co-headlining the event as a whole, System C and Graphnet Alliance, providers of integrated solutions across health and social care, will also sponsor the Digital Transformation Stage, which is focused on showing the best examples of how digital is enabling health service transformation at scale in the NHS and internationally.
Nick Wilson, CEO at System C, said: “Rewired is an important event for System C, and we’re delighted to be continuing our sponsorship of the conference again this year.
“In the ever-evolving digital health industry, Rewired fosters meaningful dialogue among industry leaders and health and social care providers, to shape the future and drive positive change.”
Speakers on the Digital Transformation Stage include Dr Vin Diwakar, medical director for transformation and secondary care at NHS England, Prof Ian Abb, CEO at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, Matthew Taylor, CEO at NHS Confederation, and Helen Thomas, CEO at Digital Health and Care Wales.
Ian Denley, CEO at Graphnet Health, said: “Graphnet is proud to once again be a sponsor at the annual Rewired event. So much great digital innovation has taken place over the past year, particularly in the area of population health and analytics.
“We are looking forward to hearing our customers talking from the conference floor about their recent projects and achievements, many of which have been groundbreaking. We will be on the exhibition floor ready to speak to everyone and demonstrate our population health, shared care record and remote monitoring solution.
“Amongst other things, we will be discussing how the technology is helping the NHS and social care focus resources where they are most needed, to intervene earlier and achieve better outcomes at a lower cost.
“As always, we’re sure Rewired will be an opportunity to share thoughts, ideas, and learnings with some of the most forward-thinking and innovative people in the sector.”
Fellow Rewired 2024 co-headliner TPP, a UK EPR provider, is once again sponsoring the Integrated Care Stage. On this stage you will hear from pioneering teams making integrated and connected health and care a reality, with examples of work from across the country on delivery shared care records, population health, patient portals and remote care at scale.
Speaker highlights include Paul Farmer, CEO at Age UK, Bishoy Dimitri, director of clinical informatics (CCIO) at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Lisa Franklin, CIO at Hampshire and IOW ICB, and Dr Alex Price-Forbes, consultant rheumatologist and CCIO at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust.
Running as part of the two-day conference is the Rewired Pitchfest, an entrepreneurial competition providing a platform for young and innovative ventures to scale in the NHS.
This year Pitchfest is welcoming entrants in two categories: pre-revenue start-ups and post-revenue start-ups. A total of 16 start-ups will be shortlisted for the virtual heats taking place in January.
Successful applicants will be invited to do a three-minute online pitch to judges. Four submissions in each category will be selected to progress as finalists to battle it out in a live stage final at Rewired 2024 in Birmingham.
The finalists will have the chance to win an NHS test bed site, which could involve their innovation being rolled out at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust through the CW Innovation programme – a collaboration between the trust and its partner charity CW+.
Entries close at Midday on Friday 1 December 2023. Apply by completing a short form via the website.