Live Event

HPN South

Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th July 2022 – Horwood House, Milton Keynes


Supporting collaboration & innovation in healthcare


We understand how challenging it can be for healthcare senior leaders to find the time to learn and connect with peers and industry partners at the best of times. Add to that, one of the most demanding and difficult periods in the sector’s history, and opportunities to find new solutions to drive transformational change have been few and far between.

That’s why we are delighted to be sponsoring the Healthcare Partnership Network. Over two days, the HPN South unique networking and shared learning event, brings together 100+ senior leaders in the NHS and the sector’s most transformational suppliers to connect, collaborate and learn around transformation and innovation. You will also get the chance to share your ideas with other peers and get the opportunity to have targeted meetings with innovative suppliers.

During the event, we will be hosting a session with Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust, showcasing their digital transformation plans and what’s next for them. “Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust: Where does digital go next?”

We hope to see some of you there. You can find out more about the event here.

Please note that all registrations are subject to approval by the HPN team. You are only eligible for a complimentary delegate pass if you are a senior leader in the NHS.


Speakers


James Rawlinson FEDIP CHCIO MBCS

Director of Health Informatics at the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust and CIO Lead South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ICS

James Rawlinson Director of Health Informatics at the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust and CIO Lead South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ICS

As an innovator within the NHS, James is known for his ability to drive measurable results through project delivery and business change. Continual learning and personal growth are important to him. His career in informatics evidences his deep skills in digital leadership, business, and team management. 


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