Digital Health Summit and Exhibition

Enabling Patient Centred Care and Improved Productivity NHS England’s ambition to use information and technology to transform patient care will continue to deliver real patient benefits in 2016. The overarching objective is to make the NHS paperless by 2020. Their information technology and informatics agenda is directed at enabling commissioners, providers and suppliers to make informed decisions about the investments and approaches to adopt technologies that will best support this outcome. Join us at the Second Annual Digital Health Summit and Exhibition 2016, run in partnership with NHS England, which will capture the latest innovation as it is adopted across the country, share best practice and give all delegates the tools they need to make a difference in their organisations.


This year’s conference will focus on the huge effort that is underway in the NHS, and wider health and care system, to transform care for patients.
Conference will build on the momentum for change – helping to strengthen emerging solutions, new ways of working and shared plans for achieving more integrated, effective and sustainable care.
We will showcase the transformation already taking place as well as celebrate and show our pride in the amazing work that goes on every day in our NHS.


Over 130 delegates attended on the day and were treated to an array of interesting and informative sessions from: IMS Health, the NHS Improvement Costing and Pricing teams, the DH Carter review team, Imperial College Healthcare and Imperial College. PCB Group meetings continue to be very popular due to their varied and interesting content, not to mention that they offer a great forum to network and share best practise with existing members of the PCB group