Read the biographies and statements of the candidates and vote now!
Find out more details on nominations for four open seats on techUK’s Health and Social Care Council
A short overview of the MOD Programme CORTISONE Industry Day held at techUK on 21 November.
Check out the presentation and recording from our Commissioning Better Care Services through Tech event
techUK response to Government commissioned report on access to new technologies
techUK's Public Services Board appoints a new Chair and Vice-Chair
Check out the presentation and recording from Health and Social Care Network briefing with NHS Digital
Analysis of member survey responses.
Check out the live-stream footage from the public beta Supplier Standard launch with the minister for the Cabinet Office Ben Gummer
On the 50th anniversary of the original series, techUK considers the modern day technology inspired by Star Trek
Launch of supplier standard for digital and technology service providers
Naureen Khan welcome report that "tackles some crucial issues for the NHS"
techUK Launches Survey Seeking Member’s Views on G-Cloud as Part of our Work to Support the Digital Marketplace
The first working group for members involved in Cyber Security and Health and Social Care.
Have your say on the development of informatics standards in health and social care.
Last week, Julian David met with John Manzoni, the CEO of the Civil Service to discuss a range of issues related to Government’s reform programme
EHI Live, Conference, Awards, Healthcare, Social Care, HSC, techUK, Sponsor
techUK Director of Public Services Naureen Khan responds to the change in leadership
techUK SME members highlight what they would like the new SME Crown Representative to prioritise in her first 100 days in post
Highlights of the techUK Annual Dinner 2016, held at The Dorchester Hotel
Naureen Khan, Director of Public Services at techUK comments on Home Office Digital and Home Office Technology merger
Our head of Health and Social Care Adrian Baker comments on the Health Committee's report on the Impact of Spending Review.
Since its launch in August 2015, techUK has had over 100 signatories to our Interoperability Charter.
Head of Health and Social Care at techUK, Adrian Baker responds to the National Data Guardian's recommendations
techUK’s public sector team visited Inmarsat’s Network Operations Centre & learnt all about satellite tech. A huge thank you from us!
techUK's health and social care programme provides a forum for our industry to develop, articulate and champion industry positions.
Our regular programme of activity – including conferences, seminars, roundtable discussions and working groups
Our regular programme of activity – including conferences, seminars, and roundtable discussions.
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Whether you are part of the tech industry or the wider health and social care community, there are many benefits to participating in our programme or groups.
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