Join us for HTN Digital ICS

HTN Digital ICS is back, an online event series to support digital integrated care systems.

We bring together health and care teams and suppliers to share innovations that can support digital ICSs, and hear from digital leaders who will discuss how they are tackling some of the challenges, sharing some of their approaches to system-wide working. 

Topics include digital strategy, developing a digital workforce, virtual wards, patient-centered tools, and learning from blueprints which have benefited other ICSs.

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10-18 October - Online

10 October


Upskilling your workforce – Digital Skills Academy for Integrated Care Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire ICS Digital Lead makes the case for joining forces across the health and care system to develop the data and digital skills of your workforce.


NHS England Blueprinting Team and South-West London and St George’s Mental Health

For this session we welcome the NHS England Blueprinting team and South-West London and St George’s Mental Health.

As well as sharing the NHS England Blueprinting programme, the webinar will focus on EPMA in mental health specifically prescribing and administering long-acting injections​​. We welcome Abz Salama​, Advanced Specialist Information Pharmacist – South-West London and St George’s Mental Health to share their blueprint.


Health Tech Trends Series

Here our journalists explore digital integrated care systems.


What should be the highest priority for digital integrated care systems?

12 October


Panel Discussion: Remote models of care at scale

Current healthcare models are not set up to cope with the rising demand of ageing populations. By harnessing software and the media types that we use in everyday conversations, we can deliver a remote-first model at scale and across a broad range of clinical pathways. Through leveraging continuous, asynchronous and patient-generated information we can empower systems to deliver personalised care and backlog recovery.

  • Bruno Botelho –  Deputy COO & Director of Digital Operations at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Leila Brown – Associate Director of Digital Transformation at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital
  • Peter Hansell – Co-founder of Isla
  • Becky Taylor, Director for Transformation and Quality Improvement at University Hospitals of Northamptonshire NHS Group

18 October


Panel Discussion: The digital primary and secondary care interface

Join HTN and a panel of experts for a live discussion focusing on the primary care and secondary care interface, and the role of digital.

In this session we’ll discuss care-coordination, the digital interface and collaboration between care settings, visibility of activity, a system-wide approach to referral management, advice and guidance, and the role of digital to ensure patients are directed to the right place, at the right time.

Panellists will share their programmes, challenges and learnings on this subject area, as well as discuss what does good look like and what can be achieved in the short term.

The panel includes: 

  • Max Carter, Programme Director, Outpatient Transformation at North West London ICB
  • Dr Paul Wright, GP, deputy clinical director/IT clinical lead at NHS Greater Manchester and CCIO at Manchester and Trafford Local Care Organisation
  • David Ezra, Managing Director, NEC Rego
  • Lee Rickles, chief information officer at Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust