The Health and Care Analytics conference 2023 brought together the best analysts working in health and care in one place to celebrate, learn and be inspired. With a packed programme of expert speakers, workshops and poster presentations, we explored analysts into influencers – leading the conversation and driving change in health and care.

We welcomed a huge range of analysts from primary care, providers, ICBs, CSUs, NHSE, OHID, UKHSA, local government (including those in public health and social care), and the voluntary sector.

Key themes included Health Inequalities, Business Intelligence, Population Health Management, data linkage, Reproducible Analytical Pipelines, primary, acute and social care and many more!




Sessions and Posters


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“I had such a great time at #HACA2023! Thank you so much for inviting me to speak. Absolutely buzzing with ideas from the talks I attended and loved catching up face to face with colleagues past, present and (hopefully) future! Can’t wait for the next one.”

Clare Griffiths
Population Health Surveillance at OHID (@statsgeekclare)

“Listened to some great presentations over the last two days @HACA_Conf from our peers in the health and social care sector detailing how they have used #data and #analytics to overcome challenges and improve patient outcomes.


“So many great talks from a vibrant community @ #HACA2023 Thanks for the opportunity to share our Inequalities, DNA & Emissions work & to all involved in the event.”

Matt Eves
Population Health Management Specialist (@Matt_Eves_)

“Thanks @HACA_Conf for a great conference! Interesting to hear a lot of talks about demand and capacity planning and simulation modelling.”

Edwin Magombe
NHS Demand and Capacity Manager (@emagombe)

“I’m glad I didn’t miss my spot at this inaugural year of our landmark conference. The best analysts currently working in health and care came together to celebrate, learn and be inspired.”

Govind Soni
Research Nurse (@sonijisikar)

"It was magnificent!"

Professor Ben Goldacre
Conference Co-Chair

“Many congratulations to you all on a great conference – one of the best I have been to for a long time in terms of relevance and stimulation so please pass that on and you can quote me if you like!”

Professor Kiran Patel
Medical Director, University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire