1 March 2021 1pm – 2.30pm Partner event Online

techUK is hosting a market engagement event with NHS Digital and NHSX on Interoperable Medicines Standards and the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS).     

The Interoperable Medicines Programme team are two years into the interoperable medicines journey and would like to continue their tradition of an annual webinar to bring the community up to speed on developments throughout a very challenging year.  The team are also keen to further their collaboration with Industry and explore opportunities to continue working together on this transformational programme of work.   At this session you will hear from the team on a range of subjects including: 

  • Achievements and lessons learned
  • EPS developments
  • Priorities for 2021
  • Collaboration

The webinar will be introduced by Ann Slee, Associate CCIO Medicines at NHSX, with guest speaker Dr Masood Nazir, Director for Digital Primary Care at NHSX,  and there will be time within the session for questions and discussion.

To book please click hereJoining instructions and an agenda will follow. We look forward to welcoming you on the day.

If you have any questions or would like more information about this session, members are encouraged to get in touch with Tom Russell, [email protected]

Tom Russell

Tom Russell

Programme Manager, Health and Social Care, techUK

Tom is responsible for leading our engagement with a range of NHS and industry stakeholders including NHS Digital, NHSX, DHSC and NHS England/ Improvement.

At techUK he leads our health tech focused working groups on interoperability and User Centred Design and jointly manages the Social Care working group. He also has responsibility for the elected Health and Social Care Council and sits on the Professional Records Standards Body Advisory Board.

Prior to joining techUK, Tom worked for a public policy events company delivering a digital health exhibition and previously to that in a Governmental affairs role for a pharmaceutical company.

He has lived in Germany, France, Switzerland and Egypt and read International Politics at King’s College London.

In his leisure time he enjoys boxing, cycling and swimming. He completed a solo English Channel swim in 2009.

[email protected]
020 7331 2030

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