Over 40 HTN Now online webinars planned for 2024

Our HTN Now series offers live webinars and discussion panels on a variety of topics in the health tech space, with tickets free to all NHS professionals – come along and hear from other health tech professionals as they share their approaches, considerations and best practice suggestions.

Tomorrow (19 March) we have three live sessions on the agenda, beginning with a panel discussion at 10am exploring the question: what will a CIO role look like in five to ten years? We’ll be joined by Will Monaghan (executive chief digital information officer at University Hospitals of Derby & Burton NHS Foundation Trust); ⁠Tim Cropley (chief information officer at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust);  ⁠Lee Rickles (chief information officer at Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust); and ⁠David Newey (director of transformation at Nervecentre Software).

At 12pm tomorrow you can join us for a webinar on how to assess digital maturity and build digital maturity roadmaps with Ideal Health’s Stephanie Spencer (director, implementation) and Martin Row (technical consultant).

Then, at 2pm, we’re hosting our second panel discussion of the day, which will focus on patient communication and engagement – for this session, we’ll be welcoming Joanna Dundon (national digital lead – public engagement at Digital Health and Care Wales); Laura Adams (patient and public involvement and engagement facilitator for research and innovation at Medway NHS Foundation Trust); John Kosobucki (CEO and founder of Oxford Digital Health); and ⁠Bex Cottey (business manager at Conisbrough GPs). Our panellists will discuss what to consider for successful patient engagement, the digital tools and channels available, the technical aspects to consider, adoption and more.

Also coming up for HTN Now, we have:

  • 20 March, how to optimise your referral management
  • 11 April, how to confidently deliver remote care at scale
  • 16 April, engaging your board and workforce with digital buy-in
  • 18 April, patient portals, from administration to engagement
  • 23 April, digital careers, skills, learning and advice
  • 23 April, a pragmatic approach to digitising NHS records
  • 24 April, digital health development on an international scale
  • 30 April, considerations, approaches and learnings for any healthcare cloud strategy
  • 1 May, what good looks like for patient flow
  • 14 May, strategies for empowering a digital workforce
  • 14 May, digital integrated care systems
  • 15 May, adding value to your EPR
  • 22 May, taking virtual wards system-wide
  • 23 May, exploring cyber security

And that’s just the next couple of months! Register for your free tickets here, and you can also read the learnings and insights shared from prior sessions here.