HTN Now November registration now open

Join us on 3rd and 4th November for HTN for the Now, two days of online sessions to hear from health and care teams across the country.

HTN Now is a new series ‘for the moment’ or ‘for the now’, where we curate a series of sessions to support our continued focus to share experiences, learnings, new innovations and technologies from across health and care.

The sessions will be centred around real-life examples, projects, technologies and innovations that are happening right now. The sessions will help provide a platform to discuss these projects, the idea or approach, what they have done, how they have done it, what has been delivered and what they have learned.

HTN is pleased to welcome sessions including:

  • Digital innovations at Liverpool Women’s including VR, Theatre Stackers, Paper Free and RPA – Matt Connor, Chief Information Officer, Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust
  • The Medical Interoperability Gateway (MIG): Patient centred healthcare, connecting health and care providing relevant patient data, when and where it is needed – Liam King, Director of Customer and Commercial Experience, Healthcare Gateway and Sarah Dunwell, Product Manager, Healthcare Gateway.
  • Transforming to a paper-light environment  – Andy Webster, CCIO, and Guy Dickie, Associate Director of Digital, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
  • A reflection on the role of health tech over the past months and the vision for Coventry and Warwickshire to become the healthiest community in the UK – Dr Alec Price-Forbes, Chief Clinical Information Officer for Coventry and Warwickshire Health and Care Partnership (STP)
  • The digital journey at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust – Beth Lawton, Chief Digital and Information Officer, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  • InnerEye, Democratising AI for Medical Image Analysis and how InnerEye is helping Addenbrooke’s Hospital – Javier Alvarez-Valle, Principal Research Manager, Microsoft Research and Dr Raj Jena MD FRCR, Group Leader in Machine Learning & Radiomics in Radiation therapy, University of Cambridge
  • Ideal Health 
  • Digitalisation of the clinical interface – Cliff Kirby, CEO, Smart Med Tech
  • Digital Child Growth Assessment – from print to digital for better child health – Dr Marcus Baw, GP, Emergency Physician, Clinical Informatician and Software Developer, Dr Simon Chapman, Paediatrician, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and South London and the Maudsley Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Tim Cole, Professor of medical statistics, and affiliation UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

To view the agenda timings and to register please click here. 

If you would like to join the agenda and share your work, please email