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Healthcare Digital Technology Congress: Sustainable change for a better future

8:00am
June 26, 2018
Etc.Venues, Piccadilly Gardens, 11 Portland St
Manchester, M1 3HU United Kingdom
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In 2018 we are working in partnership with NHS England, NHS Digital and Health Education England to bring you a 1 day conference that will delve into the world of innovation and technology for the healthcare sector, the event will take place in ETC Venues, Central Manchester on the 26th of June 2018.

This event will provide delegates with a live opportunity to listen, learn and engage with some of the most reputable and well established thought leaders from across the UK healthcare sector, this years key topics will include: NHS reforms: know your STPs and CCGs, Relationship-building and working with the NHS, Commissioning and contracting, IT Change Programmes and Digital Public Health

This event is designed for anyone working in the NHS, public, private, academic and third sector who would like to gain a greater understanding of how the health and care system currently works and how it is changing. Join us for an informal day of learning and networking and find out the answers to questions you’ve always been afraid to ask.

What will you learn?

You’ll hear from some of the most senior policy shapers in the country on how the government and the NHS plan to build and sustain a fully integrated and digital healthcare system:

  • how the system works: how it is structured and how money flows
  • NHS reforms: know your STPs and CCGs
  • relationship-building and working with the NHS
  • what is happening in general practice
  • commissioning and contracting
  • the future of health and social care

NHS Digital’s 2017-18 Business Plan sets out a strategy to reform pretty much all aspects of healthcare. Areas include: Patient engagement, self-care and prevention, urgent and emergency care, digital transformation in general practice, social and integrated care, digital medicines, elective care, paper free at the point of care and public trust and security.

Our upcoming Healthcare Technology Congress: Sustainable change for a digital future conference will discuss each of the above topics. Working with NHS England the conference will offer delegates a first-hand look at the current plans in place to revolutionise the healthcare sector and also give open opportunity to network with policy driving speakers and innovative solution providers.

Speakers

Sam Shah

Director of Digital & Multichannel Development

NHS England

Ian Turfrey

CIO

British Medical Association

Russell Charlesworth

Director of Health & Social Care

Socitm Advisory

Hilary Garratt, CBE

Director of Nursing and Deputy Chief Nursing Officer for England

NHS England

Diane Baynham

Head of Digital Transformation & Head Of Service Design

NHS England and Digital Urgent and Emergency Care

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Abdul Razaq

Director of Public Health and Protection

Suffolk County Council

Dr Lloyd Humphreys

Vice President of Business Development

Patients Know Best and NHS Innovation Accelerator

David Wilde

Non-Executive Director and former Executive Director Essex County Council

Mid Essex NHS Trust

Simon Pickup

UK Managing Director

Liva Healthcare

Professor Lynne Gell

Dean of the School of Nursing

BPP University

Sarah McIlory

Dean of the School of Business and Technology

BPP University

Adrian Nichols

Joint Managing Director

The EarthWorks

Tom Jones

Major Accounts, Public Sector

StarLeaf

Neha Baj

Content Development Lead, e-Learning for Healthcare

Health Education England TEL Programme

Martin Sinclair

Programme Lead

Health Education England TEL Programme

Sponsors

The Agenda

8:30

Registration

9:15

Chair Russell Charlesworth (Confirmed)

Director of Health & Social Care at Socitm Advisory

Opening Remarks

9:20

Ian Turfrey (Confirmed)

CIO at British Medical Association

“IT Transformation”

At the BMA, everything we do is for our people- you could say digital transformation is ‘in our BMA’. Transforming the business digitally enables us to deliver a much more effective work force but more importantly, richer services for our members.

9:40

Sam Shah and Diane Baynham  (Confirmed)

Director of Digital & Multichannel Development at NHS England and Head of Digital Transformation at NHS England & Head Of Service Design Digital Urgent and Emergency Care

“Digital Developments and empowering people”

Connected health or technology enabled care (TEC) is the collective term for telecare, telehealth, telemedicine, mHealth, digital health and eHealth services. TEC involves the convergence of health technology, digital, media and mobile telecommunications and is increasingly seen as an integral part of the solution to many of the challenges facing the health, social care and wellness sectors, especially in enabling more effective integration of care.

10:00

Hilary Garratt, CBE (Confirmed)

Director of Nursing and Deputy Chief Nursing Officer for England at NHS England

“Child Protection – Information Sharing”

The Child Protection – Information Sharing project (CP-IS), a world’s first of its kind IT system, is helping health and social care staff to share information quickly and securely. Hilary Garratt CBE will discuss how this innovative technology is helping to protect society’s most vulnerable children.

10:20

Professor Lynne Gell and Sarah McIloy (Confirmed)

Dean of the School of Nursing and Dean of the School of Business and Technology at BPP University

“Designing and delivering educational opportunities to prepare for the growing digital world of work”

In the last 10 years the speed and impact of technological change has been unprecedented, forcing ‘digital’ and ‘technology’ to become part of core business. This poses significant challenges to business leaders ranging from the purely technical to broader cultural and operational considerations around agility, innovation and change management.

At BPP we are helping healthcare organisations to use technology to support their workforce transformation and future talent acquisition strategies. Using our innovative curriculum design and delivery methods we can ensure both academic and clinical effectiveness whilst keeping customer and patient care at the heart of everything our partners and clients do.

10:40

Q+A

10:55

Morning Break

12:00

Chair Russell Charlesworth (Confirmed)

Director of Health & Social Care at Socitm Advisory

12:05

Abdul Razaq (Confirmed)

Director of Public Health and Protection at Suffolk County Council

“Creating a Digitally Enabled Population Health Management Architecture for West Suffolk”

The West Suffolk public services are all struggling to meet the growing needs of an ageing and expanding population, with more chronic disease and less social support than previous generations. Our work on Suffolk in 20 years time highlights that if the rate of admissions continues as now and the average length of stay doesn’t change, by 2038 Suffolk will need 792 more hospital beds which is the equivalent of almost two more West Suffolk Hospitals.

West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust is a global digital excellence (GDE) site with a programme that commits to deploy information technology to support this transformation. A suite of Cerner products form the foundation.

12:25

Tom Jones (Confirmed)

Major Accounts, Public Sector at StarLeaf

12:45

Russell Charlesworth (Confirmed)

Director of Health & Social Care at Socitm Advisory

“Integrated Care”

People benefit from care that is person-centred and co-ordinated within healthcare settings, across mental and physical health and across health and social care. For care to be integrated, organisations and care professionals need to bring together all of the different elements of care that a person needs

1:05

Adrian Nichols (Confirmed)

Joint Managing Director at The EarthWorks

“Improving Patient Outcomes, Saving Healthcare Professionals’ Time”

Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension is a debilitating, degenerative condition with a negative impact on a person’s quality of life. We built a patient support mobile app and web portal to help improve patients’ quality of life, enabling them to keep track of vital measurements and connect with their healthcare professional team.

1:25

Q+A

1:30

Dinner

2:30

Chair Martin Sinclair (Confirmed)

Programme Lead at Health Education England TEL Programme

2:35

Simon Pickup (Confirmed)

UK Managing Director at Liva Healthcare

“UK Managing Director, Simon Pickup, introduces Liva Healthcare: A personal lifestyle coach in the pocket of the patient”

Liva helps individuals prevent and reverse chronic diseases and manage lifestyle challenges by scaling meaningful human relationships using technology. At the same time, Liva drives efficiency and reduces costs for healthcare providers and payers.

2:55

Neha Baj (Confirmed)

Content Development Lead, e-Learning for Healthcare at Health Education England TEL Programme

“e-Learning in Healthcare”

3:15

David Wilde (Confirmed)

Non-Executive Director at Mid Essex NHS Trust and former Executive Director Essex County Council

“Think smart when going digital – what this means for public services of the future”

1. Information sharing – how hard can it be really?
2. Smart public services – the potential for resident/patient centric service delivery
3. Smart lives – the opportunity through digital for independent living and hospital discharge
4. Empowered citizens – how far does your STP go in meeting expectations?

3:35

Dr Lloyd Humphreys (Confirmed)

Vice President of Business Development at Patients Know Best and NHS Innovation Accelerator Fellow

“Patient Controlled Health Record”

3:55

Chair Martin Sinclair (Confirmed)

Programme Lead at Health Education England TEL Programme

Closing Remarks

4:00

Networking and Close of Day

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  • Chief Information Officers
  • Chief Technology Officers
  • Clinical Directors/Heads/Managers/Leads
  • Commissioning Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Communications Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Directors of Nursing
  • Digital Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Governance Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Informatics Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Information Assurance Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Information Management Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Innovation Directors/Heads/Managers
  • IT Directors/Heads/Managers
  • IT Security Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Medical Directors
  • Performance Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Policy Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Procurement Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Programme/Project Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Service Directors/Heads/Managers
  • Transformation Directors/Heads/Managers

Details

Date:
June 26
Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
£152.99 – £305.99
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Venue

Etc.Venues
Piccadilly Gardens, 11 Portland St
Manchester, M1 3HU United Kingdom
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