Health and Social Care 2018: A Digital Leaders’ Summit
Event focuses on how advances in digital technology can help deliver better health outcomes.
The Health and Social Care 2018: A Digital Leaders’ Summit, will take place on Wednesday 25 April at University of Strathclyde Technology and Innovation Centre, Glasgow.
This one-day conference, organised by FutureScot, focuses on how advances in digital technology can help deliver better outcomes as we chart our own course towards health and social care integration in Scotland.
The conference is being supported by The Sunday Times Scotland, and coverage of the event will feed into a report celebrating 70 years of the NHS in Scotland which will be published later in the spring.
Dr Margaret Whoriskey, Head of Technology Enabled Care and Digital Healthcare, Scottish Government
Sally Thomas, Chief Executive, SFHA
Dr Olaf Mueller, CEO, Carus Consilium Saxony
Dr Brian Robson, Medical Director, Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Keith Quinn, Digital Learning and Development Manager, Scottish Social Services Council
Maritta Korhonen, Senior ICT Specialist, Kela & Former Ministerial Counsellor, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland
Cath Cooney, Director of Development and Improvement, Health and Social Care Support Services, Health
and Social Care Alliance Scotland
Elaine Meade, Chief Executive, NHS Highland
Understand the direction of evolving policy, hear from those that are leading the
national and global strategies of delivery, see practical examples of solutions and their
The day will be focused around the recent developments in:
• health and care integration
• national clinical strategy
• public health improvement
• NHS reform
To book your place, please visit Eventbrite.