Taking the road less travelled: the role of digital partnerships in creating a sustainable NHS

16 Jun 2022
Sustainable healthcare zone
Supporter session , Sustainable Healthcare

The NHS has ambitious targets to harness digital health to overcome the immediate and long-term challenges of the post-COVID-19 recovery, as well as improving equity of access to all patients. It is vital
therefore that we work in partnership to deliver a sustainable NHS that is future-proofed as we move to a digital first era in healthcare.

It is now more important than ever before to understand the positive role that industry can bring through partnership with public organisations, and how sector knowledge can support system change that helps
to transform lives.

This panel session brings together healthcare leaders and clinical innovators to discuss how digital solutions must support the long-term sustainability of the NHS for the benefit of all patients.

Speakers will discuss the importance of providing digital confidence to the healthcare workforce, the need to support the NHS in reducing their carbon footprint and the value of delivering patient-centric
technology, which empowers patients through innovation.

This session is part of the 'Sustainable healthcare' feature zone. This session is sponsored by and delivered in partnership with Boehringer Ingelheim.

Date of Prep: June 2022

Richard Stubbs, Chief Executive Officer - Yorkshire & Humber AHSN
Benjamin Tongue, Digital Net Zero Lead - NHS England and NHS Improvement
Liz Ashall-Payne, CEO - ORCHA
Matt Sawyer, GP and sustainability consultant - SEE Sustainability
Naj Rotheram, Medical Lead Partnerships - Boehringer Ingelheim
Boehringer Ingelheim