The Digital Hospitals Conference 2022 Series provides NHS secondary care managers and leaders with a secure platform to meet with peers, exchange insights, and engage with key guest speakers from across the UK and further afield. Delegates can expect to benefit from live guest presentations, interactive question and answer sessions, meet-the-provider opportunities, and much more.
Over 2000 delegates have already benefited from this event's high value and interactive format.
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The recent pandemic has been an eye-opener, globally, leading to a collaborative human effort and leapfrog in technological innovations and human networking.
Connecting digital systems and empowering people are at the forefront of NHS Innovation. To truly get the most out of NHS patient data systems they must be digital and interoperable. This means that they are able to communicate with one another so that data can flow seamlessly between different IT systems and across health and care settings.
Technology is also putting people’s healthcare in their own hands, digital services and support are empowering people to take control of their health and care through secure online access to clinicians, personalised health information, digital tools and advice that helps them to better manage their conditions.
Our Digital Hospital Event series shines a light on the best use of technology and innovation across NHS trusts, the event will provide key updates on national projects including the Digital Aspirants programme and Sustainability and Transformation Projects while sharing on the ground best practices from ICS’s an award-winning Regional team.
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At Convenzis we pride ourselves on our ability to develop, manage, and host both virtual and physical events for the public and commercial sectors.
Our physical events offer a unique opportunity to meet with key sector stakeholders in an informal and relaxed atmosphere, this provides an ideal chance to discuss strategic change and learn from some of the most well-respected public sector professionals in the country, all while soaking up the lovely atmosphere our venues and audience provide.
Event key themes for The Digital Hospitals Conference 2022:
The health and care sector is undergoing widespread transformation. Technology is fundamental to this transformation and is no longer on the edge of services but is central to the delivery of health and care for both adults and children. Join us as we open the debate and share insights.
Benefits of attendance of The Digital Hospitals Conference 2022:
Research sources for The Digital Hospitals Conference 2022: NHS England & Improvement
Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Stroke
Registration, Networking & Breakfast
Chairs Opening Address
So…What Exactly Is A Digital Hospital? (Confirmed)
Improving productivity through tech (Confirmed)
Advanced Analytics - Real Time Data Analytics & Actionable Intelligence
Main Sponsor - Trustmarque
It’s no surprise that Healthcare Managers are increasingly overwhelmed by data and reports. And this pressure is expected to increase with the digital hospital programmes. Being overloaded with data has an impact on the efficiency of staff and it also increases the risk of critical information for decision making being missed. Royal Berkshire Foundation Trust (RBFT), one of the first trusts to adopt the Bedrock Data Warehouse and the real time connector, is developing its actionable intelligence and data assistant platform. Designed to streamline the way staff interact and access real time data by helping managers focus on actionable intelligence, it tracks KPIs in real time and helps to notify managers when they need to take action. Over the last few months RBFT has developed TiNA based real-time analytics solutions to help support the management of deteriorating patients and the efficiency of patient flow.
Claire Burnet , Lead sepsis and critical care outreach team nurse would describe the implementation of the TiNa’s, real time analytics solution in supporting the management of deteriorating patients and how this digital solution is helping to improve both patient safety and clinical data quality
The next stages are in the implementation of AI within the Trust to increase our automation as well our predictive capability; the RBFT informatics team is working closely with the University of Reading’s Informatics research department to further develop our AI and advanced analytics in the digital Health space. This would enable the Trust to make more effective use of its valuable data asset and would allow us to more easily identify variation in clinical and operational processes and outcomes.
The session will be followed by a Q&A with Trustmarque and RBFT. You can also join Trustmarque for a live demo of Bedrock, now hosted on Microsoft Azure.
Morning Break, Networking & Refreshments
Chairs Morning Reflection
Owl Labs (Confirmed)
Carer Driven Digital Transformation
Case Study - Apogee
Digital communication was never more vital than during the pandemic. Now patients have easy access to more information than ever, hospitals need to incorporate more sophisticated digital solutions in order to stay connected. Paul Birkett discusses how remote digital solutions can help healthcare providers to elevate how they coordinate care.
Regulation: Driving growth and supporting innovation (Confirmed)
Networking and Lunch
Chairs Afternoon Address
Ambulatory ECG Pathway Transformation
Case Study - iRhythm
Eliminate Your Print Servers and Make Digital Transformation Available For Everybody (Confirmed)
Stepping Up – using robotic gait training to improve walking outcomes in people with stroke (Confirmed)
The Novartis Biome – A U.K. case study
How has the Novartis Biome worked with the NHS, Tech startups, and investors to solve key structural challenges within the UK health system?
Pip Hodgson, Head of National Digital Product at NHSX, Lauren Harkins Assistant Director of Programmes NHSX & Rhod Joyce, Deputy Director of Innovation Development at NHSX (Confirmed)
Close of Day
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