Join us at Digital Health AI and Data 2024 to hear from two nationally recognised digital leaders driving the adoption of clinical AI to support the NHS workforce. 

Dr Hatim Abdulhussein, CEO for Health Innovation, Kent Surrey Sussex 

Former national clinical lead for AI and digital workforce at NHS England, Dr Abdulhussein currently leads Health Innovation, KSS’ mission to spread innovation at pace and scale for health improvements. He is a practicing GP, sits on NICE’s Technology Appraisals and Health AI Steering Committees, and champions ethical digital and AI transformation in healthcare. As a specialist in workforce readiness for emerging technologies, he will discuss how the NHS can best augment the clinical workforce with AI and digital innovations.

Jules Gudgeon, National Chief Midwifery Information Officer, NHS England   

Gudgeon is the national NHS leader responsible for digitising maternity services. She returns to AI and Data after making her debut last year where she talked about the AI’s impact on maternity care.  She revealed that Portsmouth Hospitals’ maternity unit used AI to reduce their administration hours by 17,610 in the first year and cut referral time from two months to 24 hours. With ambitions to increase the use of AI in maternity and midwifery departments, come and hear Gudgeon talk about progress since last October.  

Join these speakers and 2000+ attendees at AI and Data 2024, October 22-23 at London Olympia – free for NHS, charity and education.