June 18 @ 5:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Data is fast becoming one of the most powerful assets the NHS has to offer.
If used correctly it could propel the UK in becoming a global leader in the field of health data research – unlocking the key to AI, personalised medicine and beyond.
But how far is this from becoming a reality and are the risks to privacy and public trust too great?
Tune in online for this live-streamed, one-hour panel session hosted by NHSX Digital Development and hear from the leaders across health, technology and law sectors as they discuss the future of data in healthcare, and what needs to be done to overcome the technical, legal and cultural barriers to making a data-driven NHS, a reality.
Ben Moody, Head of Health and Social Care, Tech UK (Chair)
Sam Shah, Director for Digital Development, NHSX
Michelle Unterbrink, Customer Engineer, Healthcare and Government, Google
Anne Crofts, Partner with a special interest in commercial issues relevant to the health sector, Beachcroft
Jacob Turner, Barrister, Fountain Court Chambers, and author of Robot Rules: Regulating Artificial Intelligence