Since retiring from her role as Chief Nurse at NHS Digital, Anne has taken on a number of roles including becoming the Clinical Director of Ethical Healthcare Consulting CIC. She is an experienced and highly regarded figure within healthcare informatics. A national leader in driving the digital nursing agenda, she has experience in strategy and leadership development, requirements and design, clinical safety and deployment. As a T1 Diabetes patient, she is also a passionate advocate of ensuring the patients and citizens have an equal voice in the health and care system.
Prof. Dr. Ir. Daan Dohmen (1979) is an entrepreneur and scientist with a passion for healthcare. He is the founder of healthcare innovation company FocusCura, which he sold in June 2020 to Assa Abloy, and the founder of Luscii. In the field of ‘remote patient monitoring’, Luscii is now active in seven countries within Europe and Africa.
As of October 1, 2020, Daan was appointed as Professor of Digital Transformation in Healthcare at the Open University. His role includes supervising PhD students, working on research and developing education for young (care) professionals.
Finally, he is a member of the Council for Public Health and Society (RVS). This advisory body provides the government with solicited and unsolicited advice on developments in the field of healthcare and society.
Hassan leads on Digital Health at Healthcare UK, at the Department for International Trade (DIT) with a global role advising DIT commercial teams in over 100 UK embassies. He co-founded Health iQ – an award-winning health analytics agency – holding CIO and Chief Commercial Officer positions before its acquisition and his exit in 2019.
He is now a Director at Vita Healthcare, Strategy Lead at The Source Group, a mentor for both the NHS Innovation Accelerator and Simulation for Digital Health (SimDH), co-chair of the PM Society Diversity Interest Group and holds an Honorary Research post at Imperial College London.
Jenny is the Programme Director for DigitalHealth.London. She started her career in the NHS as a Graduate Management Trainee, and since then has held a number of operational and strategic roles in the NHS and overseas. Before joining the Accelerator, Jenny was the General Manager for Women’s Services at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital. Jenny has an MBA from the London Business School and a Masters in Healthcare Management from Manchester Business School.
Lisa worked in the NHS for 12 years as a biomedical scientist, starting her career at Watford General in 1989 before moving to University College Hospital London. Outside of the NHS, Lisa has been a programme manager and director working on large healthcare programmes in the UK and the Middle East and several. She also worked with BT/Perot on the National Programme for IT in London, leading first of type deployments.
He runs the nhsManagers.network which produces an opinionated free newsletter four times a week which is claimed to reach 300,000 NHS managers inboxes. He is the author of over twenty books on health and health service management. Because his newsletter is regarded as influential those attacked in it can be defensive. It is supported by the Institute of Healthcare Management.