At a time when the NHS is facing extreme pressures and the latest technology can offer efficient solutions, it’s more important than ever to understand where you are on your digital transformation journey.

At HETT, we have been supported by NHS Digital, NHSX, NHS Digital Academy, NHS Clinical Commissioners and HiMSS to put together an agenda that will examine the NHS’s future roadmap for digital transformation, helping you to define a clear direction for Health Education England.

HETT is a unique personal development opportunity for all levels of seniority, all content is CPD certified and certificates will be sent post-event.

With 4 weeks to go and limited free passes remaining, book now to reserve free passes for you and your team.

REGISTER FREE* HERE: http://trust.operationshett.co.uk/c/13NKvQjx7zccXECvnb6l3Ilmeoo

130+ EXPERT SPEAKERS
Hear real-life case studies from some of the UK’s leading healthcare innovators, including:

Sarah Wilkinson | CEO | NHS Digital

Rachel Dunscombe | Chief Executive Officer | NHS Digital Academy

Carol Read | NHS Digital Academy Graduate and Faculty Team | NHS Digital Academy

Amanda Lamb | Deputy Director | Connected Health Cities

Ian Buchan | Professor of Public Health and Clinical Informatics | University of Liverpool

VIEW SPEAKERS: http://trust.operationshett.co.uk/c/13NKvY6fMomHV5G3wkEpA77EzjB

CASE STUDIES, PANELS & Q&A’S
Hear over 30+ hours of content across our 4 CPD theatres, including:

Frontier planning for the future digital health landscape of England

The roadmap for digital transformation: Insights and expectations from digitally mature sites

The view from the front: representation from across the healthcare spectrum working at the coalface

Why your integration project is not what you thought it was

VIEW FIRST-CLASS AGENDA: http://trust.operationshett.co.uk/c/13NKw5SYrdxcSwJBFucu6vTWUeO

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