Thursday 17 March 2022 to Friday 18 March 2022
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
QEII Centre, London
Our highly-anticipated GS1 UK Healthcare Conference will be returning on 17–18 March 2022, bigger, better, and bolder, than ever before.
Building on our last conference's themes of patient safety and digital transformation, our next event will look at the significant impact potential for GS1 open standards to shape both the national and international healthcare landscape.
Our conference will highlight how GS1 standards are being harnessed to improve patient safety, reduce unwarranted clinical variation and drive operational efficiencies for patients, healthcare staff, suppliers, and manufacturers.
Top ten agenda items
Our 2022 event will be focusing on key topics based on key industry developments that have taken place over the past three years.
Here's a snapshot of the top ten items on the agenda:
- Scan4Safety in the strategic healthcare landscape
- Patient safety evidence from Scan4Safety
- UK-wide implementation updates from Scotland / Wales / Northern Ireland
- The Cumberlege review – next steps on Medical Devices Regulation in Great Britain
- The NHS Digital Medical Devices Information System (MDIS)
- Data standardisation and systems interoperability
- Medicines Regulation post Brexit
- Closed Loop Medicines Administration
- Asset identification
- Vaccine identification and traceability
We will be opening registration 48 hours earlier to those that register their interest before launching to the public. So, to be the first to know as soon as bookings are open, be sure to register your interest.
Who should attend?
- Healthcare provider staff:
- Chief information officers (CIOs) / Chief technology officers (CTOs) / Chief digital officers (CDOs)
- Chief nurse / Surgeon / Chief clinical information officer (CCIO) / Chief nursing information officer (CNIO) / Medical directors
- Chief/Senior pharmacists
- Chief executive officer (CEOs) / Chief operating officers (COOs)
- Chief financial officers / Directors of finance
- Chief procurement officers / director or procurement
- Directors of information management and technology (IM&T)
- Scan4Safety directors / Scan4Safety programme leads
- Directors of estates
- Regulatory authority representatives
- NHS arm's length body representatives