Panel Discussion: Patient communication and engagement

2:00pm, 19th March 2024

In this session we focus on what to consider for successful patient engagement, the digital tools and channels available, what works and various approaches, the technical aspects to consider, as well as discussing integrations, change management, and adoption.

The Panellists:

  • Joanna Dundon, National Digital Lead – Public Engagement at Digital Health and Care Wales
  • Laura Adams, Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) Facilitator for Research and Innovation at Medway NHS Foundation Trust
  • John Kosobucki, CEO and founder of Oxford Digital Health (
  • ⁠Bex Cottey, business manager, Conisbrough GPs
  • Jon Wilson, editor, HTN.

The live webinar will include a questions and answers section, to submit questions in advance, please email 

 24 January 2024

Kicking off the year with a dynamic event to focus on some of the key challenges, topics, debates and opportunities across the health tech space. We plan to arrange a panel discussion to welcome a range of perspectives on a topic, as well as live webinars and content focused on health tech for the now.

27th February 2024

HTN Digital Primary Care is back, a one-day online event with sessions that explore digital solutions, transformation, and realising a modern general practice.

Join us for the engaging discussions as we explore the ways in which technology supports primary care, address challenges, and showcase impactful approaches. This inclusive event invites everyone to participate, share thoughts, and exchange experiences on various aspects of digital primary care.

The HTN Now Awards – for health tech innovators, teams and suppliers to showcase how they’re making an impact for health and care – are back for another year! 

The HTN Now Awards 2023-24 share and celebrate innovations, teams and health tech suppliers that have made a difference.

The awards provide a platform to share these innovations, solutions, case studies, collaborations and projects to help shape future services and systems across health and care.