Integrated Digital Care: An Information Revolution
- 10 February 2015
- 08:30 - 16:45
- America Square Conference Centre, London
Today we live in a technology rich, digitally enabled world that has influenced many aspects of our daily lives, such as how we shop, socialise and communicate, to mention just a few. However, the health and social care services have been lagging behind in adopting and utilising healthtech and innovation to support better care provision.
In the Autumn of 2018, the government published the policy paper The Future of Healthcare-Our Vision for Digital, Data and Technology. The paper lays out the ambitions to better serve the needs of all users of the NHS through the use of new generation technologies and products. It highlights developments in areas such as modular IT, robotics, AI, data drivers and cloud-based data sharing, whilst understanding the need for greater interoperability and the requirements for privacy and security.
The Digi Health UK: The Future of Healthcare, Digital, Data and Technology conference is the latest in a series of events hosted by Open Forum Events focusing on digital transformation and emerging technologies within the healthcare sector. The event will highlight:
The day will feature a series of presentations, discussion sessions and interactive networking to reinforce the Health and Social Care Secretary’s vision for a more tech-driven NHS.
The Future of Healthcare policy paper sets out the vision to transform NHS technology. The changes will secure a brighter future for the health and social care system and are central to unlocking the potential of innovative technologies to support care.
Guy Lucchi will share his extensive experience of digital health transformation, including lessons learned, as well as provide an overview of the innovation digital health work happening across Greater Manchester to improve the health and wellbeing of its 2.8million citizens.
A presentation highlighting some of the successes and challenges which have occurred in bringing together care information across Leeds. Brought up to date and into the future both in the city and across the Yorkshire and Humber LHCRE.
Reaping the benefits of high-quality data being available across care settings relies on the public having confidence in the appropriate and effective use of data. It is essential to have robust cyber security and rules around privacy and data sharing to ensure that information is shared across the system in a safe, secure and legal way.
NHS Digital’s Integrating Care programme provides an array of national assets which help to facilitate improvements in how frontline personnel interact with the service and deliver direct care to patients. Hadleigh Stollar, Integrating Care’s Programme Manager will outline the progress of these new and exciting capabilities, will highlight how they are making a difference across the service and will explain how you can join the journey towards a more integrated care system enabled through NHS Digital’s technology solutions.
The challenges before the UK healthcare sector are not new or unknown, but the secrets to attracting and retaining the right staff for longer can help your care home become an employer of choice. Presenting alongside a Planday success story – The Disabilities Trust – Daniel Ruthenberg will share the secrets to making your employees happier by using digital tools to improve communication, productivity and employee engagement.
How the implementation of digital pathway management has improved patient and service outcomes.
The UK has many of the world’s leading HealthTech companies, as well as world-class research and academic institutes and the world’s biggest health institution. The vision is for the health service to support safe and effective innovations, promote their testing and iteration and benefit from their utlilisation. The government want the UK to lead the world in the development of innovations to support people to live healthy and independent lives for longer, working closely with industry to develop new attractive technologies.
The government’s industrial strategy set out the Artificial Intelligence and Data Grand Challenge. For healthcare, the mission is to use data, artificial intelligence and innovation to transform the prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of chronic diseases by 2030. The government has announced a £250 million fund for a National Artificial Intelligence Lab with the aim of making the UK a world leader in AI and genomic medicine.
The presentation will build upon the recently published Topol review and will discuss opportunities, ways and challenges of developing a digital literate health and social care workforce.
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