On 28th February 2024, hundreds of delegates will join us at HETT North at Manchester Central Convention Complex to enjoy a day packed with free CPD accredited educational sessions, interactive activities, and networking opportunities with 100+ innovative suppliers and 100+ expert speakers.
HETT North 2024 will explore the systems and infrastructure that underpin and enable a data-driven NHS, supporting the ecosystem to deliver patient outcomes through the meaningful implementation of technology. Sessions will be delivered across 5 streams:
- Workforce, Adoption and Productivity – Highlighting the people, process, and business requirements for successful and meaningful digital transformation. Supporting the workforce with the tools for digital productivity, up-skilling and professionalisation to deliver transformed care.
- Integrated Care Forum – Our new theatre for 2024! – Connected systems, services and data across health and care settings are key priorities and challenges as the NHS looks to offer joined-up, person-centred care delivered in collaboration with local partners. This forum will look to what the future holds for Integrated Care Systems.
- Digital Maturity Forum – Showcasing best-practice approaches to meaningful digital transformation, discussing key barriers and enablers to digital maturity, and driving innovation in health and care delivery. Hearing from key stakeholders cross-sector and unveiling the big policy announcements.
- Digitally Empowered Patients – The Digitally Empowered Patients Theatre views national digital transformation aims through a patient-centric lens, focusing on patient facing technologies and the challenges pertaining to bringing patients closer to digital tools. This theatre will take an inclusive approach to showcasing patient voices, which will be featured throughout the day.
- HETT Insights: Digital Primary Care – New stream for 2024 – aims to support and inform those on the frontline. It aims to support a digitally forward primary care sector by discovering emerging technologies and data practices and exploring the latest trends and best practice case studies. This stream technologies and data practices, the patient, and the primary care professionals.
Care England’s Digital and System Transformation Projects Manager, Louis Holmes, will be speaking on a panel that is looking at Supporting a Digitally Forward Social Care Workforce: Assessing the Current State of Play and Driving Digital Across the Ecosystem