02/05/2017 - 09:00 to 03/05/2017 - 17:00


When & where: Wednesday the 3rd and Thursday the 4th of May 2017, HIMSS, Olympia, London

Sectors covered: IT and Digital Technology in health and patient care

Technologies: cybersecurity, interoperability, digital technology


In its third edition, UK e-Health Week is the biggest and most influential e-health event for professionals using data and IT to transform healthcare services.  The event will include inspiring plenary discussions, informative workshops and practical tutorials organised around the following three main themes:

  1. A digital National Health Service - An in-depth examination of the plans and roadmaps that NHS England and NHS Digital are putting in place to make the NHS paper free.

  2. Leadership and culture - How the Wachter Review, a review of computer systems across the NHS carried out by IT expert Professor Bob Wachter, identifies CIOs and CCIOs as the key professional group to lead the NHS to a paper free future.

  3. Global success: learn from the best - How countries, regions, cities and hospitals are using IT to transform the way they deliver healthcare. A chance to debate the future of population health.

The event also includes an exhibition, with lots of new products and services on showcase.

A full Programme of the show is on:

Given the opportunity provided to network with health and IT professionals, CLARUS will attend the event. In particular, one of its representatives, Santiago Iriso, Head of IT at the Hospital Clinic in Barcelona will be showcasing the innovative CLARUS approach with a focus on data challenges in the digitisation of healthcare services. He will show how CLARUS provides the right security and privacy-enabling mechanisms to ensure patient records are properly protected when outsourced to the cloud.


Who should attend

Chief Information Officers, IT Directors and Managers, Clinicians, Nurses, Managers, Integrated and Social Care Professionals, Commissioners, Suppliers, SMEs. 

Free attendance for the UK NHS, the public sector and charitable organisations.