Lord Darzi’s review and world class commissioning promise to bring positive changes to patient experience and drive up the quality of services.  However, the sharing of information these agendas promote demands that quality information assurance is now a top priority in your trust.

This free to view 45 minute debate and discussion is your opportunity to get to grips with the information governance challenges ahead. Pose your questions to our experts, take part in live polls and ensure you are safeguarded against failure in your information governance, compliance and risk processes.


  • Jeremy Nettle, Director, Healthcare Oracle Corporation UK Ltd  


  • Professor Michael Thick, chief clinical officer, NHS Connecting for Health
  • Clare Sanderson, director of information governance, NHS Information Centre
  • John Madsen, data quality programme manager, standards and classifications, NHS Information Centre

Who should watch?

This free to watch, informative discussion is essential viewing for all those looking to understand the information compliance issues of new national agendas for improvement; particularly:

• chief executives
• non-executive directors
• chief information officers
• executive directors
• directors of iformation
• directors of governance
 directors of strategy
directors of performance 


With substantial challenges lying ahead, this timely Health Service Journal online seminar has been specifically tailored to help you clarify your role and responsibilities in securing quality information assurance. Leading experts will discuss the pertinent and timely issues you face and offer strategies to ensure your information governance, compliance and risk procedures are robust and fit-for-the-future. 

What processes can be put in place to guarantee information assurance systems are up to the standard required for the delivery of world class commissioning and Darzi’s vision?

How can patients be assured the people accessing their information are the right people?

To answer these and a host of other questions, join Health Service Journal and our panel of expert speakers for this online discussion.

There are no extra software downloads required – just a broadband connection and speakers or headphones. You can access the event from your office or home with no travel or expenses – just 45 minutes out of your schedule.