techUK are hosting a roundtable session on 3 February to explore the direction and ambition of the NHS’s future strategy on interoperability.
The techUK Interoperability Charter was launched in 2015 and set the foundations for discourse around interoperability, but after the launch of NHSX and a realignment of competency for interoperability standards, we are working with members to assess where we are now and what industry can do to help drive interoperability.
techUK is a partner of Digital Health Rewired, a trade show taking place between 3-4 March and the conclusions of this roundtable will be presented there as part of a panel discussion “Are we actually making progress on interoperability?”
This is an event for techUK members with an interest in interoperability to feed into our agenda for 2020. Attendees are invited to deliver short presentations to outline where they feel the pinch points are and how progress can be made.
10:00 Welcome and introductions – Tom Russell, Programme Manager – Health and Social Care, techUK
10:10 Jon Hoeksma, CEO, Digital Health
10:20 Terence Eden, NHSX
10:40 David Hancock, InterSystems and INTEROPen
11:00 Coffee break
11:10 Delegate presentations
11:50 Open discussion
12:20 Conclusion and next steps