HIMSS, a global leader and advisor on health transformation through information and technology will partner with HETT 2019. As part of the HIMSS@HETT collaboration, HIMSS will be bringing a digital maturity theatre, interactive sessions and full HIMSS TV coverage on-site for 2019.
The first 150 NHS professionals that come through the doors each day at HETT (1st and 2nd October 2019 at ExCeL London) will have the chance to sign up to a complimentary HIMSS membership. That’s 150 free HiMSS memberships up for grabs a day!
Global thought leadership on digital maturity will be curated as part of the main HIMSS@HETT theatre. Theatre sessions will address topics including interoperability, digital maturity and community-based care, amongst others.
As part of the curated programme HIMSS is bringing to HETT, delegates will get the chance to actively participate in the creation of a Digital Roadmap for their hospitals, as well as hearing first hand from successful implementation projects from GDEs and Hospital Trusts across the UK and beyond.
HIMSS’ online broadcasting network, focused on global innovation and how technology is driving change in healthcare, will be present at HETT. HIMSS TV editors will be interviewing speakers and industry leaders at HETT, while addressing key conference topics, announcements and trends.
This inaugural event presents an opportunity for members to clarify the goals, purpose and long term future of the network, as well as communicate current status of nursing informatics and digital/technological initiatives; share knowledge; highlight successes and failures across the clinical nursing arena; identify systemic gaps, training gaps, and future priorities for the network.
The HIMSS Nursing & Midwifery Informatics (England) Network will meet during HETT in London on October 1, 2019 to launch a long-term initiative aimed at promoting the role of nurses in implementing information technology to enhance nursing workflow, promote patient safety and yield outcomes that improve patient care. This collaborative, multi-faceted initiative combines components designed to enhance the professional abilities of nurses to transform the delivery of healthcare and to achieve better patient outcomes through the utilisation of nursing informatics. This initiative falls within the framework of the HIMSS Nursing Informatics Community in Europe and is the first local representation of its kind.