Tuesday 1st November 2022, One Great George Street, London
Tuesday 31st January 2023, Royal Armouries, Leeds
Subjects, Presentations and case studies include:
Future Connectivity: Accelerating your Gigabit pathway –
Introduction to The Cloud – What the cloud programme does, how it enables cloud migration for NHS organisations, setting the scene for the Cloud Centre of Excellence
Project Gigabit, the regional picture for gigabit rollout and procurement of gigabit capable infrastructure with government subsidy.
Creating a Cloud – the Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust cloud journey, why they did it, how they did it and what they need to do next
Who suffers from digital stress during any digital transformation – How we utilise Hubs and Heroes to deliver change and reduce stress, a case study from Pennine Care Foundation Trust
A collaborative approach to tackling new ways of working and living – all underpinned by Connectivity – We’re all experiencing a new working world, not just with hybrid working- but also with the new ICS Health & Social care eco-systems. These changes obviously bring challenges. They also bring a huge opportunity to transform care delivery as we embrace what true digital transformation can bring to global healthcare.
Health systems and local authorities working together to provide improved care pathways to patients. So it’s time to start expecting more from your supplier partnerships to ensure your Systems & Places can truly digitize, connect and transform. Digital solutions can most certainly make healthcare digitally inclusive, sustainable and provide additional social value. But the success of this transformation all hinges on the strength of your core infrastructure. – Is yours ready for the change?
Don’t leave your cloud infrastructure defenseless – A wealth of sensitive data is collected every day across the health and care service; much of it used to make complex decisions.
The principle of patient confidentiality and data security is a deeply ingrained one. Yet ransomware attacks are a growing threat, as demonstrated most recently by the high profile attack on a key software supplier to the NHS; by the cyberattack on the Irish health service; and further back by the WannaCry attack.
This presents a question: can this wealth of important data ever be considered truly secure? And, if not, how do NHS organisations need to approach the issue of data security and data backups? In this session you will hear from Rubrik on how to secure against data loss and enable business continuity with fault-tolerant data protection for your cloud data, wherever it lives.
Mind the Gap: Learn how BT’s Clinical Advisory Board are helping technology companies understand how to best implement new tech in healthcare
DCMS Wireless Infrastructure Strategy
Modern cloud in Healthcare, disrupting the status quo – How do you innovate for speed, disruption and new approaches, whilst at the same time allowing for skills, workforce transformation and interoperability?
Ensuring the NHS gets the best from Wi-Fi
Speakers, agenda and timings may be subject to change
08:30 – 09:30 Registration and refreshments
09:30 Plenary Session
Chairs’ welcome: Patrick Clark
10.50 Refreshments and Networking break
11.15 Sessions covering ‘Cloud’ topics
12.30 Lunch and Networking
13.30 Sessions covering ‘Connectivity’ topics
14.45 Refreshments and Networking break
16.00 Panel debate and Chair’s closing remarks
16.30 Drinks Reception – sponsored by Microsoft
17:30 Conference Close
Please note times, agenda and speakers may be subject to change
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