If you are involved in healthcare information – this is a must-attend event for you. No other exhibition brings together a dedicated audience of eHealth professionals, who are there to engage in debate, discuss industry trends and search for new IT solutions.
The show features free-to-attend conference streams which tackle the big industry issues such as IT leadership, Big Data, Cloud, Wearables, Imaging Informatics and Social Media. View the 2016 conference streams.
There will also be more than 250 exhibitors showcasing the latest advances in IT healthcare solutions. Visit the exhibition and you can compare products and get insights from experts in the industry.
Registration is free, and will give you access to the exhibition and all conference streams – register now!
- Secure your pass to the region's leading eHealth event
- Book your place for the free-to-attend streams
- Network at a show that has more people with purchasing power than any other in the UK
- Meet more than 250 exhibitors offering new products and IT solutions
"ehi Live shows that not all is bleak in healthcare, with enthusiastic and honest people keen to share learning and a vision for a better future."Andrew Winter Joint Clinical Lead for e-Health, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
"Great event, well-structured and a valuable experience for any IT professional."Philippa Winter CCIO, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
"Extremely informative, innovative and interactive."Alison Hopwood Deputy Matron, University Hospitals of North Midlands, NHS Trust
"It's the one healthcare event I would not miss and it does not disappoint."Philip Graham Health Informatics Programme Director, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
"ehi LIVE provides me with an excellent horizon scanning opportunity"Laura Ellis-Philip Head of Informatics Programme, Ashford and St. Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
"ehi LIVE has now become a regular must attend event in my team's calendar, rotating attendance so everyone can attend."Mussarat Khan Social Care Informatics Programme lead, NHS Digital