Digital Health Intelligence Ltd
Specialist news, events and research business Digital Health Intelligence Ltd is recruiting an experienced conference producer and researcher, with proven experience of researching and putting together compelling high-quality conference programmes. Our events are focused at the intersection of the health, IT and start-up sectors.
The role is focused on researching and developing the programmes for two large-scale national events, plus a series of monthly regional networking events and webinars. Further event launches are planned this year.
The digital health sector has been critical in helping health and care respond to the unique challenges of Covid-19, through shifts to remote care and video consultations.
The past 12-months have been massively challenging to all events publishers. In the past year we have switched all our events to being fully virtual and while in-person events will eventually return we are committed to digital-first as the basis for all our future events. This requires innovation in programmes, their format and how they are delivered.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious, creative researcher or conference producer to now join an innovative sector-leading independent publisher, now growing its events portfolio. We are committed to maximising the opportunities of virtual events and have a reputation for original and exciting programmes shaped by a highly engaged community.
Our main current events are:
We are an independent B2B media business publishing, research, events and professional networks arms all focused on the fast-evolving digital health sector.
This new role is focussed on researching, putting together and managing compelling original conference and event programmes and speaker database. In particular, working closely with our events, sales and intelligence team as well as the Digital Health Networks community we host.
The Networks NHS IT leadership community has been organically grown to over 5,500 members and is by far the best-established NHS IT leadership community, now growing internationally.
The Networks is delivered through a lively online community, two large-scale annual events (both now virtual) – the very popular Summer Schools and Rewired show; a programme of 10 virtual monthly regional events; and 40+ webinars annually.
Digital Health is a currently and likely to remain a fully virtual organisation, with staff mostly based in and around London, though some are outside the UK. When the pandemic permits, we will likely return to having a London shared office to enable in-person meetings.