The rise of digital health services and apps offers huge potential but creates huge challenges in ensuring equity and access for all members of society.   

Equity and access in digital health will be explored from two very different perspectives in this Rewired Integrated Care keynote session.

Matt Boazman CEO of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital NHS FT, embarking on a major digital transformation initiative, will describe how his trust is working to ensure digital meets the health needs of women and children served. Paul Farmer, CEO of Age UK, will share his unique insights, based on Age UK research, on the digital health experiences and needs of older citizens.

Join Matthew and Paul as they provide two contrasting and complementary perspectives on ensuring digital health is equitable and inclusive for all, on the Integrated Care Stage, day two of Rewired24.

Rewired24 is free for NHS and public sector professionals, with CPD accreditation available for all sessions. Private sector tickets are £475+VAT.

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