Healthcare Excellence Through Technology (HETT) is the leading event for the healthcare industry, bringing together 3,000+ health tech and digital health leaders to solve the most pressing issues facing the UK healthcare sector.
Taking place between 1 and 2 October at ExCeL London the event will display CPD certified with certificates available post-event.
Free access passes are available, however limited and provided on a first-come-first-served basis. Due to high popularity, early registration is advised by the events managers.
Why attend HETT?
At a time when the NHS is facing extreme pressures and technology can offer efficient solutions, it is important to understand where you are on your digital journey and have clear direction on your next steps.
HETT is designed to help drive digital transformation across the healthcare sector, which is why Matthew Gould, CEO of NHSX will be delivering a keynote address at 09:50 on the opening day of HETT, to share insight on the role and aims of NHSX.
What do HETT stand for?
The HETT agenda will help visitors to tackle the biggest technology-related challenges facing the healthcare industry, and they will address: Succession planning for C-level executives, digitally literate procurement and commissioning, NHS Digital Academy, NHS Leadership Academy and Topol Fellowships, formation of ICSs; creating PCNs; merging CCGs, cyber Security and Information Governance across organisations, and benchmarking digital maturity in Acute, Primary, and Community care settings
- Matthew Gould – CEO, NHSX
- Patrick Mitchell – Director of Innovation and Transformation, Health Education England
- Dilshan Arawwawala, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust
- Toby Avery, Chief Digital & Information Officer, Surrey, and Borders NHS Partnership Foundation Trust
- Rob Blagden, Deputy Director IT, 2Gether NHS Trust
- Rachel Dunscombe, Chief Executive Officer, NHS Digital Academy
- Matt Edgar, Head of Design, NHS Digital
- Dr. Indra Joshi – Digital Health & AI Clinical Leads, NHS England
- Dr. Jim O’Donnell, Clinical Lead for Slough, NHS East Berkshire CCG
- Phil Richardson, Chief System Integration Officer, NHS Dorset CCG