Tickets are now on sale for the annual techUK Health & Social Care Industry Dinner sponsored by UK Cloud and Computacentre. The dinner will take place on 20 November 2019 at The Montcalm, Marble Arch, London. It provides a forum for our industry to come together to have an informal dialogue around the realities of digital transformation and technology in health and social care. The evening begins with a drinks reception, followed by a three-course dinner with a keynote speech delivered by Matthew Gould, CEO, NHSX. Book your place here.
We are also running elections to join our Health and Social Care Council. For more details and to put yourself forward for election, please read the blog here.
techUK is running a series of ten webcasts with Deloitte to help businesses in the tech sector get ready for the possibility of a no deal brexit. To find out more please click here.
Moreover, this month's podcast features our Justice and Emergency Services Programme Manager Jessica Russell, as she reflects on our annual flagship conference Building the Smarter State. You can also read about the day here.
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#healthtechUK events & latest
17 October - Digital Maternity event
You are invited to join NHS Digital for a Digital Maternity event which will be split into two sessions.
28 October - The impact of EHR on UK Clinical Trials: MHRA
Join techUK and the MHRA for a discussion with the regulator on Electronic Health Records.
6 November - Supercharging 2019
At Supercharging 2019 sessions will showcase how the UK’s position as a tech leader can support and strengthen the digital transformation of key UK sectors, and how government and industry can work together to overcome common challenges that may be preventing digitisation.
8 November - Healthcare Unblocked 2019
Europe’s must-attend conference for all those interested in understanding and implementing blockchain in healthcare. *Special discount for techUK members - techUK20*
20 November - techUK Health and Social Care Industry Dinner
Organised by the techUK Health and Social Care programme, this annual dinner brings industry together for an informal dialogue around the digital transformation of the sector.
22 November - NHS Digital Industry Briefings: Leeds
*Save the date* Exact venue and timings to be confirmed.
27 November - Healthy Ageing Innovation workshop
This event will look into how tech can help manage the winter crisis.
News from stakeholders
20 new digital healthcare innovators set to transform the NHS
Digital Health.London Accelerator announced the 20 new digital healthcare innovators to be supported by the 2019-20 Accelerator programme.
Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Conference
PHE’s Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Conference 2020: proactive, predictive, personalised, will be held in London at the Kia Oval on Thursday 6 February 2020 with over 500 delegates from a variety of strategic, commissioning, provider, third sector, clinical and academic backgrounds. If you are interesting in exhibiting please contact Eleanor Wilkinson, NHS Health Check Digital Exemplar Lead at Eleanor.Wilkinson@phe.gov.uk
NHS Digital moderation service
Did you know, the nhs.uk website has around 1,500 – 2,000 comments left on it every day. All comments are subject to moderation (human) before they are published in the site to ensure comments are legitimate, in compliance with policy, not offensive, do not identify individuals by name etc. NHS Digital is looking to appoint a suitable supplier to deliver this moderation service. If you are interested in finding out more you can access the Prior Information Notice (PIN) here. If you have any general queries, you can contact the industry engagement team at email@example.com
Ugandan Healthcare Trade & Investment Mission: 14 and 15 October
The Department for International Trade and Healthcare UK are inviting UK organisations to join a Healthcare trade and investment focussed mission to Uganda this October. Please see the flyer for more information and email Ritah Nabukeera, firstname.lastname@example.org with the attached form to register your interest.
Digital Health event at the Hungarian Embassy: London: 17 October
Netis are inviting you to a workshop in London, chaired by Dr Massod Ahmed, a British expert from Digitalhealth.London, focussing on Digital Health tech issues, from blockchain to mobile or digitally assisted, personalised patient support. This event is invitation-only so please contact email@example.com if you're interested in attending.
China Oncology Trade Mission: 28 October
Healthcare UK and the Life Sciences Organisation at the Department for International Trade are organising an Oncology trade mission to China, aimed at UK healthcare and life sciences organisations interested in exporting to China. The mission will involve business matching, access to hospitals, regulators, government representatives, clinical trial partners and more. Please see the event webpage for more information and if you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital Health Mission to Indonesia and Vietnam, 18 - 22 November
Healthcare UK are organising a Digital Health trade mission to Vietnam and Indonesia from 18-22 November. They are currently inviting expressions of interest from organisations with a particular interest in the fields of remote monitoring and telehealth, diagnostics and artificial intelligence, Electronic Health Records and Electronic Medical Records and digital primary care. Please see the event webpage for more information and to sumbit an expression of interest, for anymore information please contact Ciara Dunne, email@example.com
Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Healthcare and Smart diagnostics; Trade mission to India: 9-13 December
The Department for International Trade and Healthcare UK invite the best of UK healthcare innovators in Artificial Intelligence and Smart Diagnostics, to join an AI-focussed trade mission across India led by NHS England Chair Lord Prior. Please see the event webpage to apply and for more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org