Industry Leaders sign up for Leeds UK Health Informatics Forum

ImageThis year’s UK Health Informatics forum (#UKHIF), to be held on July 2nd in Leeds, is already shaping up to be as progressive as its predecessor last December. The event will once again be supported by Ricoh and we have speakers committed from healthcare software providers Tiani Spirit and Advanced Health and Care. We will also be welcoming a wide range of delegates including those from 3M, a leading technology supplier in the Healthcare industry as well as a wide variety of sectors including Consumer Goods, Energy and Industrial.

The agenda for the Leeds forum is being put together by an Advisory Board made up of highly esteemed professionals in the Health Informatics sector, all of whom took part in our Bristol forum. The Agenda Advisory Board includes Professor Jonathan Kay (Clinical Informatics Director of NHS England) and Doctor Masood Nazir also of NHS England (Clinical Advisor). The board is completed by Julia Clarke in her role as Chief Executive of the Bristol Community Health CIC, Mark Davies Director of Clinical and Public Assurance at the Health & Social Care Information Centre, and Doctor Gwyn Thomas as chairman of UKCHIP.

The Agenda Advisory Board are currently working together to ensure the forum discussion highlights the key issues for end user healthcare practitioners, as well as guaranteeing the forum will be an environment to share best practise and build long term partnerships that will benefit the NHS as a whole.  We will be posting the agenda of the forum soon as well as more information about all of our panellists and the organisations being represented.

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