Digital Healthcare Revolution: Harnessing NHS Technology
The Royal National Hotel, London
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|08:30||Registration and Coffee in the Networking Area|
|09:25||Chair’s Opening Address|
Hamish Fraser , Associate Professor of eHealth, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences, University of Leeds (confirmed)
Helen Rowntree, Head of Digital Services, NHS England (confirmed)
‘New Models of Working, Digital Models of Delivery’
As the NHS embarks on its journey of innovation into the future, the engagement of technology and data will be a key driver for a secure, safe and sustainable health and social care system.
|09:55||Mike Part, Regional Head of Digital Technology, NHS England (confirmed)|
‘Developing Local Digital Roadmaps’
To progress the information revolution through greater utilisation of technology and data, local engagement, design and delivery are crucial. To this end CCGs, in conjunction with local partners, must develop and submit a local digital roadmap by April 2016.
|10:15||Neil Mortimer, Business Manager, West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN) (confirmed)|
‘How can Person Centred Technology Facilitate the Integration of the Health and Social Care Systems?’
Having complete integration across health and social care seems to be the Holy Grail for health and social care organisations. How can a Person Centred approach help to make this a reality?
|10:35||Question and Answer Session|
|11:00||Coffee in the Networking Area|
Barry Meaden, Business Development Manager, Pitney Bowes Ltd (confirmed)
‘Transforming Healthcare with the Shift from Physical to Digital’
Through 3 NHS trust examples we will show how Pitney Bowes are assisting UK Healthcare transform inbound and outbound communications.
|12:05||Emma Nichols, Personalised Technology Manager, Hft (confirmed)|
‘Using Accessible Technology to Improve the Health and Wellbeing of People with Learning Disabilities’
People with learning disabilities are now living longer, but they are more likely to develop long-term conditions and at an earlier age. There is also evidence they experience inequitable health outcomes compared with the general population with equivalent health needs. Hft, a charity that supports people with learning disabilities, is piloting a project to improve communication between people with learning disabilities, practitioners and support staff, and to improve care quality and reduce health inequalities.
|12:25||Professor Anoop Chauhan, Professor and Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Director of Research and Innovation, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust (confirmed)|
Portsmouth has significantly higher than average rates of smokers, COPD admissions and readmissions, and deaths related to COPD. MISSION-COPD aims to identify those with high-risk or undiagnosed COPD so that they can be diagnosed and treated earlier. It involves the delivery of an innovative model of COPD assessment and care.
Jason Gordon, Corporate Business Development Manager Texthelp (confirmed)
‘Empowering Patients & Enabling Healthcare Staff’
Digital Maturity and Health Literacy are significant challenges the NHS must overcome as they work towards implementing the 5YFV. Learn how to support your workforce and improve patient experience on your digital channels with Texthelp’s digital inclusion and assistive technology solutions.
|13:05||Question and Answer Session|
|13:15||Lunch in the Networking Area|
|14:15||Chair’s Afternoon Address|
Peter Andrew, Regional Sales Manager, Cherwell Software (confirmed)
‘HSCIC Case Study – Changing the way NHS Trusts receive digital information, on services and suppliers’
A practical case study, highlights how HSCIC are breaking new ground and helping NHS Trusts overcome the barriers to digital efficiencies.
Stephanie Ruskin, Product Marketing Manager, IESO Digital Health (confirmed)
‘An Example of using Technology to Amplify Mental Health Treatment Provision’
The provision of cognitive behavioural therapy can be amplified by providing therapy online, via written conversation. Ieso Digital Health have demonstrated that by using written conversation as the primary therapy modality, patient outcomes improve and the extensive data that are collected can be used to drive quality control.
|15:00||Denis Gizzi, Managing Director and Lead Manager, NHS Oldham Clinical Commissioning Group (confirmed)|
‘Identifying and Evaluating New and Better Ways of Working’
Oldham clinical commissioning group decided to use TV show Dragons’ Den formula showcase new and exciting ideas to identify and evaluate new and better ways of working.
|15:20||Sharing Best Practice|
Linda Sanders, Strategic Director for People, Wolverhampton City Council (confirmed)
|15:40||Richard Wyatt Haines, Health and Care Videos Partnership, Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust (confirmed)|
‘Using Video to Improve Patient Care’
Health and Care Videos have developed the capability to use videos to help patients through treatment and care journeys. We have a library of 250 videos, the ability to produce new health videos and the experience to help support implementation so that patient outcomes improve.
|16:00||Question and Answer Session|
|16:15||Chair’s Closing Remarks and Event Close|
Who will attend
Chief Information Officers
Chief Technology Officers
Clinical Commissioning Groups
Digital Champions/Digital Managers
Digital Strategy Leads
Directors of Enterprise and Innovations
Directors of Information Management / Informatics / ICT
Directors of Social Services
Directors/Heads of Business Management/Transformation
Directors/Heads of Commissioning/Procurement
Directors/Heads of Communications
Directors/Heads of Digital Inclusion/Engagement
Directors/Heads of Efficiency and Improvement
Directors/Heads of Information Assurance/Governance/ IT Security
Directors/Heads of Modernisation and Performance
Directors/Heads of Policy/Strategy
Professors of Informatics / Health Informatics / Medicine
Professors of Science / Technology / Research