Different snapshot perspectives will provide you with valuable insights into digital first primary care, including patient perspectives on digital first and case studies on automation in primary care. In this session presenters will discuss modern general practice from a systems perspective and how to better use data to enable transformation.
Chair: Dr Minal Bakhai
director for primary care transformation, NHS England
Dr Minal Bakhai is the Director for Primary Care Transformation at NHS England. She is a practicing GP, working at an inner-city London practice for over 12 years.
Minal has a unique portfolio with experience stretching across national policy, strategy, industry, research and leadership of large-scale change and digital transformation. Additionally, she has been an expert advisor at NICE appraising the effectiveness of health technology.
She is passionate about enabling high quality, sustainable primary and community services. Most recently enabling modern general practice and leading the national general practice improvement programme, which is evidence-led, data driven and deeply rooted in clinical practice – working in partnership with systems, PCNs, practices and communities to drive locally led transformation and improvement and support the realisation of the biggest benefits in the shortest timeframe.
Post-nominal letters: MBE, MBBS, BSc, MRCGP, MRCP, DFSRH, FFCI
Dr Shanker Vijayadeva
GP lead, Digital Transformation – Primary Care (London Region), NHS England
Dr Dan Alton
CCIO, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West NHS ICB and national clinical advisor, Population Health Management, NHS England
As CCIO for Buckinghamshire Oxfordshire and Berkshire West ICB, Dan is responsible for the clinical leadership of the digital and data transformation across the ICS, ensuring that this is driven by patient, population and clinician need, and is embedded successfully ‘on-the-ground’.
He has been instrumental in helping design and deliver multiple large-scale digital and system transformation projects and longer-term strategies to create the governance and data infrastructure that enables this cultural change within systems.
He has a particular interest in Population Health Management methodology to drive the development of transformative approaches that lead to proactive, integrated care. He has supported this work locally, as well as nationally as National PHM Clinical Advisor to NHS England, and also internationally via his work with the WHO.
Regional Director for Digital First Programmes, NHS England
Digital First Senior Programme Manager, NHS England
Dan Alton, Shanker Vijayadeva