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Events

Welcome to our events area. Find out where you are likely to see us over the coming months and read about all our events.

January

March

Booking and Referral Standards (BaRS) market engagement webinar

25 March 2021

We are seeking interest from any suppliers who would be willing to work collaboratively with us on the development of the Referral standard and to support the activities to bring the work to the market.

  • Digital health
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Technology suppliers

May

Full Digital Breakfast: Let’s talk 111

25 May 2021

NHS 111 has been at the heart of the COVID-19 response. Join us to learn more about the how the system works, how it is supporting clinicians in care settings, and hear about the new generation of patient facing digital products.

  • Digital health
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Social care
  • Local government
  • Technology suppliers

e-RS Transformation Programme market engagement webinar

26 May 2021

We would like as many healthcare system suppliers as possible to join us, especially those who have experience of delivering and supporting booking, referrals and appointment management.

  • Digital health
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Technology suppliers

June

Digital Test Platform Programme market engagement webinar

17 June 2021

This webinar taking place on 17 June 2021 will provide an overview of the current service and our proposed future operating model. We would like as many healthcare suppliers as possible to join us and provide feedback on our intended approach.

  • Digital health
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Technology suppliers

July

Full Digital Breakfast: Let’s talk user centred design 15 July 2021

15 July 2021

We have the data, design and technological expertise to build national digital products at pace. 2020 gave technology and data innovators some food for thought, so throughout 2021 we are running a series of events as an opportunity to have a virtual discussion about our work in response to the challenges of the past year.

  • Digital health
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Social care
  • Local government