The 2017 Congress will focus on progress and improvements in:
1. enabling citizens to take an active role in their health and care
2. improving data sharing and interoperability across the health and social care economy
3. demonstrating the benefits and improving productivity
4. using technology and data to improve user experience and quality of care.
Editor Charles was, of course, first out of the gate earlier this month, and has informative guidelines on this here.
The King’s Fund’s event page is here; the Digital Health Congress fact sheet is here including information on sponsoring or exhibiting. To make the event more accessible, there are new reduced rates for groups and students, plus bursary spots available for patients and carers. Hat tip to KF’s Claire Taylor for the information and the update. TTA will be a media partner of the Digital Health Congress 2017. Updates on Twitter @kfdigital17