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EHI Live - Birmingham NEC

We're at EHI Live 2017 in Birmingham on 31 October and 1 November.

Book your place at the event

EHI Live 2017 is the leading digital health event of the year for Chief Information Officers, Chief Clinical Information Officers, IT professionals and people interested in health informatics. We have speakers and panel sessions in our own theatre over the two days.

NHS Digital main stage sessions include the keynote speech from our Deputy Chief Executive Rob Shaw on how we're helping patients and those who care for them during winter and beyond. Our Chairman Noel Gordon chairs the NHS Leadership Forum while Chief Nurse Anne Cooper is speaking about the importance of giving nurses better quality clinical information. 

Our Head of Cyber Security Dan Taylor is moderating a panel discussion on future NHS cyber security threats. On the Integration and Interoperability stage Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) Programme Director Dermot Ryan talks about how better connectivity is transforming health and care services. Professor Daniel Ray is looking at developments in data analytics.

In our own NHS Digital theatre session we'll be talking about health as an open platform and building a digital NHS involving NHSmail, digital medicines, digital vision and the new personal health records. We'll also be showing how our products and services will help health and social care prepare for the winter period.

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Follow us at the event on Twitter @NHSDigital or using the hashtag #EHILive. We'll be posting blogs, articles and videos on this page, our social media feeds and event portal. You can also sign up for regular email bulletins or get involved in our digital partners campaign #DigitalPartners.

We'd also love to meet you in person so why not drop in for a chat at stand C80. 

Have a question? Call us on 0300 303 5678 or contact enquiries@nhsdigital.nhs.uk.

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