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Jimmy Pryke-Walker

Head of Digital Health, Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust

Smart Medical DevicesSmart Medical Devices @ Homesmart-medical-devices2023
Elina Naydenova

CEO & Co-Founder, Feebris

Smart Medical DevicesSmart Medical Devices @ Homesmart-medical-devices2023
Anna Fishta

Programme Lead, Frimley Health and Care ICS

Smart Medical DevicesSmart Medical Devices @ Homesmart-medical-devices2023
Misbah Mahmood

Deputy Chief Midwifery Information Officer, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Smart Medical DevicesA Future Vision of Virtual Care and Connected Smart Medical Devicessmart-medical-devices2023
Adrian Byrne

CIO, Southampton University Hospitals NHS FT

Smart Medical DevicesA Future Vision of Virtual Care and Connected Smart Medical Devicessmart-medical-devices2023
Andrew Davies

Digital Heath Lead, ABHI

Smart Medical DevicesKeynote: Convergence of Digital Health and Medical Devicessmart-medical-devices2023
Neil Perry

CIO, Dartford and Gravesend NHS Trust

Smart Medical DevicesA Future Vision of Virtual Care and Connected Smart Medical Devicessmart-medical-devices2023
David Lawson

Director of Medical Technology, NHS Policy and Performance, Department of Health and Social Care

Smart Medical DevicesKeynote: Convergence of Digital Health and Medical Devicessmart-medical-devices2023
Simon Noel

CNIO, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Cyber SecurityCyber Security: Patient Safety Issue

The digitisation of health and care continues to build momentum. In most healthcare providers it is now extremely difficult to deliver joined-up patient care without access to EPRs, connected medical devices and monitors or patient apps. The threat of disruption to platforms, software or devices is therefore now not just a cyber risk but a critical patient safety issue.

cyber-security2023
Emily Burch

Associate Director of Physical Health, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust

Cyber SecurityCyber Security: Patient Safety Issue

The digitisation of health and care continues to build momentum. In most healthcare providers it is now extremely difficult to deliver joined-up patient care without access to EPRs, connected medical devices and monitors or patient apps. The threat of disruption to platforms, software or devices is therefore now not just a cyber risk but a critical patient safety issue.

cyber-security2023
Rob Stockton

Head of IT Services, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS FT

Cyber SecurityICS-Wide Approaches to Cyber Security

With their system-wide focus on collaboration, connectivity and data sharing ICSs are increasingly centre-stage on coordinating cyber security. Learn how pioneer ICSs are developing their cyber security strategies.Speakers:

cyber-security2023
Matt Connor

Chair of C&M Cyber Group & CIO, Liverpool Women’s NHS Trust, Cyber Security at Cheshire & Merseyside ICS

Cyber SecurityICS-Wide Approaches to Cyber Security

With their system-wide focus on collaboration, connectivity and data sharing ICSs are increasingly centre-stage on coordinating cyber security. Learn how pioneer ICSs are developing their cyber security strategies.Speakers:

cyber-security2023
Sarah Barr

CIO, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS?Foundation Trust

Cyber SecurityICS-Wide Approaches to Cyber Security

With their system-wide focus on collaboration, connectivity and data sharing ICSs are increasingly centre-stage on coordinating cyber security. Learn how pioneer ICSs are developing their cyber security strategies.Speakers:

cyber-security2023
Mike Fell

Executive Director of National Cyber Security Operations , NHS Digital

Cyber SecurityKeynote: Threats to NHS and Global Trends

In this session, we will explore the increasing threats posed by cyber threats to UK healthcare at the national and local level. Experts will provide insights on the current cyber strategy for healthcare and best practices to ensure patient safety.

cyber-security2023
Daniel Jeffery

Chief Information Security Officer and Deputy Chief Information Officer, Digital Data and Technology Services
NHS Blood and Transplant

Cyber SecurityKeynote: Threats to NHS and Global Trends

In this session, we will explore the increasing threats posed by cyber threats to UK healthcare at the national and local level. Experts will provide insights on the current cyber strategy for healthcare and best practices to ensure patient safety.

cyber-security2023
Bharan Kumar

General Practice, Clinical Director SHAPE PCN and Clinical Lead Population Health for, Frimley Health and Care ICS

Best Practice ShowcaseTransforming Emergency Care through Data-Driven Approachesbest-practice-showcase2023
Nick Sinclair

Director of Operations ? Patient Access and Performance, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust

Best Practice ShowcaseTransforming Emergency Care through Data-Driven Approachesbest-practice-showcase2023
Paul Johnson

CEO and Co-Founder, Radar Healthcare

Best Practice ShowcaseAI and Big Data: Improving Patient Outcomes and Addressing Challenges?best-practice-showcase2023
Sherif Gonem

Consultant Respiratory Physician, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Best Practice ShowcaseAI and Big Data: Improving Patient Outcomes and Addressing Challenges?best-practice-showcase2023
Lauren Scanlon

Lead Data Scientist, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

Best Practice ShowcaseAI and Big Data: Improving Patient Outcomes and Addressing Challenges?best-practice-showcase2023
Nir Ten Bosch

CRO, Ummanu

Best Practice ShowcaseScaling Secure Remote Monitoring for Better Patient Outcomesbest-practice-showcase2023
Clare Hurley

COO, ieso

Best Practice ShowcaseAI and Big Data: Improving Patient Outcomes and Addressing Challenges?best-practice-showcase2023
Juhi Tandon

GP, Medical Director & Co-Founder, Cognitant Group

Best Practice ShowcaseEmpowering Patients through Digital Healthbest-practice-showcase2023
Oliver Barnes

Programme Director – Adoption and Spread, Health Innovation Manchester

Best Practice ShowcaseScaling Secure Remote Monitoring for Better Patient Outcomesbest-practice-showcase2023
Hazel Jones

Head of Health, MadeTech

Best Practice ShowcaseEmpowering Patients through Digital Healthbest-practice-showcase2023
Hiren Gandhi

Programme Management Consultant, Digital Evolution ConsultinG

Best Practice ShowcaseEmpowering Patients through Digital Healthbest-practice-showcase2023
Anisha Patel

Academic Link Pharmacist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS FT

Best Practice ShowcaseEmpowering Patients through Digital Healthbest-practice-showcase2023
Cris Amankwah

Southwark Council

Best Practice ShowcaseEmpowering Patients through Digital Healthbest-practice-showcase2023
Umar Nizamani

Managing Director – International, NiceDay Therapy

Best Practice ShowcaseSame Challenges, Shared Solutions ? a Dutch Perspectivebest-practice-showcase2023
Ian Wachters

Commercial Officer, Roseman Labs

Best Practice ShowcaseSame Challenges, Shared Solutions ? a Dutch Perspectivebest-practice-showcase2023
Adele Hill

AHP Doctoral Fellow, University Hospitals Sussex NHS FT

Best Practice ShowcaseSpotlight on Improving Clinical Workflowsbest-practice-showcase2023
Rebecca Taylor

Group Executive Director of Transformation and Quality Improvement, University Hospitals of Northamptonshire

Best Practice ShowcaseSpotlight on Improving Clinical Workflowsbest-practice-showcase2023
John Lodge

Director of Continuous Quality Improvement , King’s College Hospital NHS FT

Best Practice ShowcaseSpotlight on Improving Clinical Workflowsbest-practice-showcase2023
Paul Cameron

Account Director, Clinisys

Best Practice ShowcaseSpotlight on Improving Clinical Workflowsbest-practice-showcase2023
Joe McDonald

Medical Director, Parsek

Best Practice ShowcaseLevelling Up the Workforcebest-practice-showcase2023
Rebecca Howard

CEO, ShinyMind

Best Practice ShowcaseLevelling Up the Workforcebest-practice-showcase2023
Mike Culshaw

CTO, Pennine Care NHS FT

Best Practice ShowcaseLevelling Up the Workforcebest-practice-showcase2023
Peter Mann

Digital Strategy Lead, Xerox

Best Practice ShowcaseDigital Transformation in Healthcare: EPR Usability & Success Storiesbest-practice-showcase2023
Michael Beckett

CDIO, Medway NHS FT

Best Practice ShowcaseDigital Transformation in Healthcare: EPR Usability & Success Storiesbest-practice-showcase2023
Bash Hussain

NPIC Deployment Director, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Clinical ImagingDigital Pathology: The Benefits of a National Digital Pathology Solution for the NHSclinical-imaging2023
Thomas Webb

CEO, Ethical Healthcare Consulting

Best Practice ShowcaseDigital Transformation in Healthcare: EPR Usability & Success Storiesbest-practice-showcase
Anish Bhuva

Consultant Cardiologist, Barts Health NHS Trust

Clinical ImagingClinical Imaging and Diagnostics as part of Elective Recoveryclinical-imaging2023
Mitchell O’Gorman

CEO, xWave Technologies

Clinical ImagingClinical Imaging and Diagnostics as part of Elective Recoveryclinical-imaging2023
Ali Toft

Allied Health Professions Information Officer, Great Ormond Street Hospital

Digital Nursing Summit Next Generation: Quick-Fire Career Snapshots

The session will explore developing the next generation of AHP and pharmacy digital leaders. In a series of quick-fire career snapshots, you?ll hear from a range of emerging new leaders.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Pav Deagon

Lead Pharmacist ? Pharmacy Informatics & Digital Medicines, North East London NHS FT

Digital Nursing SummitDigital Transformation of Medicines Management

Find out about transformation of medicines management in the digital age. Explore the benefits and challenges of digital technologies in this field and gain practical insights into how they are being used to improve patient outcomes. We will discuss a patient-centric approach and highlight the importance of empowering patients to take an active role in their own healthcare.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Jonathan Bevan

Digital Medicines Lead, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Digital Nursing SummitDigital Transformation of Medicines Management

Find out about transformation of medicines management in the digital age. Explore the benefits and challenges of digital technologies in this field and gain practical insights into how they are being used to improve patient outcomes. We will discuss a patient-centric approach and highlight the importance of empowering patients to take an active role in their own healthcare.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Graham Prestwich

Public and Patient Engagement Lead, Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network

Digital Nursing SummitDigital Transformation of Medicines Management

Find out about transformation of medicines management in the digital age. Explore the benefits and challenges of digital technologies in this field and gain practical insights into how they are being used to improve patient outcomes. We will discuss a patient-centric approach and highlight the importance of empowering patients to take an active role in their own healthcare.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Joao Bastosda Fonseca

Modern Matron Critical Care & Head of Clinical Site Management, Capacity & Nursing Workforce Planning, The Cromwell Hospital

Digital Nursing SummitDigital Transformation of Medicines Management

Find out about transformation of medicines management in the digital age. Explore the benefits and challenges of digital technologies in this field and gain practical insights into how they are being used to improve patient outcomes. We will discuss a patient-centric approach and highlight the importance of empowering patients to take an active role in their own healthcare.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Charlie Park

Clinical Lead, Physiotherapist, IPRS

Digital Nursing SummitDigital Clinical Safety: Examples of Best Practice

Gain insights into best practices in digital clinical safety, focusing on improving patient outcomes through technology. Learn from experts in the field and gain practical tips for ensuring the safe and effective use of digital technologies in healthcare.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Jonathan West

Digital Clinical Safety Lead, University Hospitals of Northamptonshire NHS Group

Digital Nursing SummitDigital Clinical Safety: Examples of Best Practice

Gain insights into best practices in digital clinical safety, focusing on improving patient outcomes through technology. Learn from experts in the field and gain practical tips for ensuring the safe and effective use of digital technologies in healthcare.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Marc Donovan

Director of Healthcare Development and Public Affairs, Boots

Digital Nursing SummitDigital Clinical Safety: Examples of Best Practice

Gain insights into best practices in digital clinical safety, focusing on improving patient outcomes through technology. Learn from experts in the field and gain practical tips for ensuring the safe and effective use of digital technologies in healthcare.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Lesley Holdsworth

Clinical Lead (CCIO) for Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government

Digital Nursing SummitKeynote: Discovering the Potential of AHPs & Pharmacy in Digital Health

Discover the potential of AHPs & Pharmacy when it comes to adoption of digital health solutions and explore how technology is impacting their profession. You?ll hear from experts in the field about

digital-nursing-summit2023
Liz Ashall-Payne

CEO and Co-Founder, ORCHA

Digital Nursing SummitKeynote: Discovering the Potential of AHPs & Pharmacy in Digital Health

Discover the potential of AHPs & Pharmacy when it comes to adoption of digital health solutions and explore how technology is impacting their profession. You?ll hear from experts in the field about

digital-nursing-summit2023
Gemma Stacey

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Director of Research and Policy, Florence Nightingale Foundation

Digital Nursing SummitPhillips Ives Review

The Phillips Ives Nursing and Midwifery Review aims to ensure that the nursing and midwifery workforce is prepared for the changing digital landscape. Join us to learn about the review?s findings and the next steps towards equipping the workforce with the skills and education needed for safe and effective digital practice within the NHS.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Laura Serrant

Regional Head of Nursing, NE, Yorks & Humber
Health Education England

Digital Nursing SummitPhillips Ives Review

The Phillips Ives Nursing and Midwifery Review aims to ensure that the nursing and midwifery workforce is prepared for the changing digital landscape. Join us to learn about the review?s findings and the next steps towards equipping the workforce with the skills and education needed for safe and effective digital practice within the NHS.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Tracey Eyre

Programme Lead, Nursing & The Phillips Ives Review, Digital Readiness Education,, NHS England

Digital Nursing SummitPhillips Ives Review

The Phillips Ives Nursing and Midwifery Review aims to ensure that the nursing and midwifery workforce is prepared for the changing digital landscape. Join us to learn about the review?s findings and the next steps towards equipping the workforce with the skills and education needed for safe and effective digital practice within the NHS.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Ruth Endacott

Director of Nursing & Midwifery, National Institute for Health Research

Digital Nursing SummitPhillips Ives Review

The Phillips Ives Nursing and Midwifery Review aims to ensure that the nursing and midwifery workforce is prepared for the changing digital landscape. Join us to learn about the review?s findings and the next steps towards equipping the workforce with the skills and education needed for safe and effective digital practice within the NHS.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Sarah Newcombe

Chief Nursing Information Officer (CNIO), Great Ormond Street Children?s Hospital

Digital Nursing SummitPhillips Ives Review

The Phillips Ives Nursing and Midwifery Review aims to ensure that the nursing and midwifery workforce is prepared for the changing digital landscape. Join us to learn about the review?s findings and the next steps towards equipping the workforce with the skills and education needed for safe and effective digital practice within the NHS.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Natasha Phillips

Chief Nursing Information Officer (CNIO) , NHS England

Digital Nursing SummitPhillips Ives Review

The Phillips Ives Nursing and Midwifery Review aims to ensure that the nursing and midwifery workforce is prepared for the changing digital landscape. Join us to learn about the review?s findings and the next steps towards equipping the workforce with the skills and education needed for safe and effective digital practice within the NHS.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Misbah Mahmood

Deputy Chief Midwifery Information Officer, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Digital Nursing SummitNext Generation Quick-Fire Career Snapshots

This session will explore the development of the next generation of nursing and midwifery digital leaders. They will delve into the challenges and opportunities of various career paths and provide insights into what it takes to be an innovator in the rapidly evolving industry.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Lucy Boot

Digital Midwife, UHNM

Digital Nursing SummitNext Generation Quick-Fire Career Snapshots

This session will explore the development of the next generation of nursing and midwifery digital leaders. They will delve into the challenges and opportunities of various career paths and provide insights into what it takes to be an innovator in the rapidly evolving industry.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Antonia Brown

Deputy Chief Nursing Information Officer, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust

Digital Nursing SummitNext Generation Quick-Fire Career Snapshots

This session will explore the development of the next generation of nursing and midwifery digital leaders. They will delve into the challenges and opportunities of various career paths and provide insights into what it takes to be an innovator in the rapidly evolving industry.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Misbah Mahmood

Deputy Chief Midwifery Information Officer, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Digital Nursing SummitNursing What Good Looks Like Case Studies

Explore real-life case studies of the Nursing What Good Looks Like framework. Gain insights into effective collaboration & evidence-based practice to improve patient care.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Deborah Hale

Deputy Chief Nursing Information Officer, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Digital Nursing SummitNursing What Good Looks Like Case Studies

Explore real-life case studies of the Nursing What Good Looks Like framework. Gain insights into effective collaboration & evidence-based practice to improve patient care.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Melynda Decker

Director of Clinical Solutions, N. Europe, Middle East & Africa, Elsevier

Digital Nursing SummitReducing Documentation Burden: Changing Culture Using Digital as an Enabler

Reducing documentation burden in healthcare is a crucial challenge for professionals. In this session, we will delve into ways of tackling this issue and explore the crucial role of technology in streamlining processes.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Joanne Hadley

Digital and Workforce Lead Midwife, NHS England

Digital Nursing SummitNursing What Good Looks Like Case Studies

Explore real-life case studies of the Nursing What Good Looks Like framework. Gain insights into effective collaboration & evidence-based practice to improve patient care.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Lincoln Gobedza

Member, NHS Digital Shared Professional Decision-Making Council and Learning Disability Nurse at North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare Trust,

Digital Nursing SummitInfluencing Policy: Shared Decision-Making Councils

This session explores the role of the shared decision-making councils in bringing together professionals from different organisations to discuss and debate important clinical, operational, and professional matters. We will discuss how shared decision-making councils can drive quality and service improvements and support innovation.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Emma Arrowsmith

Digital Matron, County Durham and Darlington FT

Digital Nursing SummitInfluencing Policy: Shared Decision-Making Councils

This session explores the role of the shared decision-making councils in bringing together professionals from different organisations to discuss and debate important clinical, operational, and professional matters. We will discuss how shared decision-making councils can drive quality and service improvements and support innovation.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Roda Luz Trinidad

Informatics Lead Nurse, Barts Health NHS Trust

Digital Nursing SummitInfluencing Policy: Shared Decision-Making Councils

This session explores the role of the shared decision-making councils in bringing together professionals from different organisations to discuss and debate important clinical, operational, and professional matters. We will discuss how shared decision-making councils can drive quality and service improvements and support innovation.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Victoria Mustafa

Maternity Programme Manager, South West London Integrated Care System , Digital Midwife

Digital Nursing SummitInfluencing Policy: Shared Decision-Making Councils

This session explores the role of the shared decision-making councils in bringing together professionals from different organisations to discuss and debate important clinical, operational, and professional matters. We will discuss how shared decision-making councils can drive quality and service improvements and support innovation.

digital-nursing-summit2023
Kez Spelman

Director for Innovation and Community Resilience, Provide CIC

Smart HealthThe Future NHS Has Just Arrived

The future of the NHS is here and this session will explore how futuristic new innovations such as robotics, virtual reality and 3D printing are revolutionising patient experience. Learn from inspiring real-world examples and examine the potential for increased efficiency in healthcare services.

smart-health2023
Stephen Woodford

Project Manager (Digital Innovation), Technology Team, Provide CIC

Smart HealthThe Future NHS Has Just Arrived

The future of the NHS is here and this session will explore how futuristic new innovations such as robotics, virtual reality and 3D printing are revolutionising patient experience. Learn from inspiring real-world examples and examine the potential for increased efficiency in healthcare services.

smart-health2023
Neesa Mangalaparathy

Programme Delivery Lead for XR, NHS England

Smart HealthThe Future NHS Has Just Arrived

The future of the NHS is here and this session will explore how futuristic new innovations such as robotics, virtual reality and 3D printing are revolutionising patient experience. Learn from inspiring real-world examples and examine the potential for increased efficiency in healthcare services.

smart-health2023
Peter Thomas

CCIO, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Smart HealthPatient Care Outside Hospital Walls

Remote care is transforming healthcare, with technology enabling patients to be seen and cared for beyond the hospital walls. Mobile apps and other digital advancements allow a more convenient, cost-effective and timely care experience for all involved. This session will explore how remote care is changing the face of healthcare and making care more accessible.

smart-health2023
Matthew Lee

National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow, NHS Transformation Directorate | NHS England

Smart HealthThe Future NHS Has Just Arrived

The future of the NHS is here and this session will explore how futuristic new innovations such as robotics, virtual reality and 3D printing are revolutionising patient experience. Learn from inspiring real-world examples and examine the potential for increased efficiency in healthcare services.

smart-health2023
Rochelle Featherstone

Graduate Business Change Manager, NHS Wakefield CCG

Smart HealthPatient Care Outside Hospital Walls

Remote care is transforming healthcare, with technology enabling patients to be seen and cared for beyond the hospital walls. Mobile apps and other digital advancements allow a more convenient, cost-effective and timely care experience for all involved. This session will explore how remote care is changing the face of healthcare and making care more accessible.

smart-health2023
Elise Featherstone

Graduate Digital Project Manager, West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership

Smart HealthPatient Care Outside Hospital Walls

Remote care is transforming healthcare, with technology enabling patients to be seen and cared for beyond the hospital walls. Mobile apps and other digital advancements allow a more convenient, cost-effective and timely care experience for all involved. This session will explore how remote care is changing the face of healthcare and making care more accessible.

smart-health2023
Liz Ashall-Payne

CEO and Co-Founder, ORCHA

Smart HealthPatient Care Outside Hospital Walls

Remote care is transforming healthcare, with technology enabling patients to be seen and cared for beyond the hospital walls. Mobile apps and other digital advancements allow a more convenient, cost-effective and timely care experience for all involved. This session will explore how remote care is changing the face of healthcare and making care more accessible.

smart-health2023
Kate Quirke

CEO, Alcidion

Smart HealthUpdate in Progress: Today?s Tech for Tomorrow?s Hospitals

This session will explore the ways in which technology can shape the future of future hospitals. Experts will share insights into what smart healthcare facilities and buildings look like today and tomorrow.

smart-health2023
Ethar Alali

Managing Director, Automedi

Smart HealthTech Support for the NHS Journey to Net Zero

The NHS has taken a bold step towards sustainability, becoming the first health system to embed net carbon zero into legislation. In this session you will gain insights into the key role technology and digital have to achieve these crucial environmental sustainability goals.

smart-health2023
Sarah Banks

Deputy Director of Contracting, Performance, Systems & Information, Coventry & Warwickshire Partnership Trust?

Smart HealthUpdate in Progress: Today?s Tech for Tomorrow?s Hospitals

This session will explore the ways in which technology can shape the future of future hospitals. Experts will share insights into what smart healthcare facilities and buildings look like today and tomorrow.

smart-health2023
Jayne Flynn

Assistant Director of Systems, Information and Business Intelligence, Coventry & Warwickshire Partnership Trust?

Smart HealthUpdate in Progress: Today?s Tech for Tomorrow?s Hospitals

This session will explore the ways in which technology can shape the future of future hospitals. Experts will share insights into what smart healthcare facilities and buildings look like today and tomorrow.

smart-health2023
Sarah Thomas

New Hospital Programme Digital Director, NHS England

Smart HealthUpdate in Progress: Today?s Tech for Tomorrow?s Hospitals

This session will explore the ways in which technology can shape the future of future hospitals. Experts will share insights into what smart healthcare facilities and buildings look like today and tomorrow.

smart-health2023
Paul Charnley

Digital Lead, Healthy Wirral Programme Office

Smart HealthUpdate in Progress: Today?s Tech for Tomorrow?s Hospitals

This session will explore the ways in which technology can shape the future of future hospitals. Experts will share insights into what smart healthcare facilities and buildings look like today and tomorrow.

smart-health2023
Robin Carpenter

Senior Research Data Governance Manager (AI ethics and governance lead), London Medical Imaging & Artificial Intelligence Centre for Value Based Healthcare

AI, Data and AnalyticsBig Data, Patients & Public Consent

Join us in examining the importance of public consent when it comes to use of health and care data, and learn about best practice for navigating these complex issues. We will discuss how to ensure patient data is used responsibly and ethically in healthcare.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Will Dixon

Professor of Digital Epidemiology, The University of Manchester

AI, Data and AnalyticsBig Data, Patients & Public Consent

Join us in examining the importance of public consent when it comes to use of health and care data, and learn about best practice for navigating these complex issues. We will discuss how to ensure patient data is used responsibly and ethically in healthcare.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Matthew Howard

International Head, Healthcare Data Science & Strategic Programmes, Amazon Web Services

AI, Data and AnalyticsCase Studies: NHS and Big Data

The NHS and big data case studies will explore how organisations are using big data to improve patient outcomes, reduce costs and streamline operations. Get an in-depth look at the examples of successful projects in the NHS and see how you can use them in your own organisation.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Monica Jones

Chief Data Officer for University of Leeds, Associate Director for HDR UK

AI, Data and AnalyticsBig Data, Patients & Public Consent

Join us in examining the importance of public consent when it comes to use of health and care data, and learn about best practice for navigating these complex issues. We will discuss how to ensure patient data is used responsibly and ethically in healthcare.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Jane Johnston

Head of PHM Analytics, Surrey Heartlands ICS

AI, Data and AnalyticsCase Studies: NHS and Big Data

The NHS and big data case studies will explore how organisations are using big data to improve patient outcomes, reduce costs and streamline operations. Get an in-depth look at the examples of successful projects in the NHS and see how you can use them in your own organisation.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Mark Watson

Digital Programme Director, Sussex Health & Care Partnership ?

AI, Data and AnalyticsCase Studies: NHS Analytics in Action

Analytics in action will explore real-life examples of how NHS organisations are using analytics to drive improvements in patient care. Discover the best practices, insights, and experiences from experts and senior leaders.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Catherine Dampney

Chief Information Officer, NHS South, Central and West?

AI, Data and AnalyticsCase Studies: NHS Analytics in Action

Analytics in action will explore real-life examples of how NHS organisations are using analytics to drive improvements in patient care. Discover the best practices, insights, and experiences from experts and senior leaders.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Marc Farr

Chief Analytical Officer, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

AI, Data and AnalyticsCase Studies: NHS Analytics in Action

Analytics in action will explore real-life examples of how NHS organisations are using analytics to drive improvements in patient care. Discover the best practices, insights, and experiences from experts and senior leaders.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Nicola Byrne

National Data Guardian for Health and Social Care

AI, Data and AnalyticsKeynote: Where Next on Data, Analytics and Trust?

The session will focus on the importance of preserving public trust while unlocking the power of data-driven technologies.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Devesh Sinha

CCIO and Stroke Physician, Barking Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust

AI, Data and AnalyticsAccelerating AI in the NHS

As we look forward to the opportunities presented by advancing AI in the NHS context, it?s important to consider how this technology can be implemented in the most impactful way. We?ll explore the successes already seen from agile systems and AI in stroke pathways, as well as what other pathways may benefit from tech adoption.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Alan Davies

Innovations, Programmes and Partnerships Director, Directorate of Innovation, Digital and Transformation, Health Education England

AI, Data and Analytics Empowering the Future Health Workforce with AI

Join this session to learn about the role of AI training for the future workforce. We?ll explore the Topol Clinical Fellowship Programme, Clinical AI Fellows and AI educational programmes, which are necessary for healthcare professionals to understand and use AI safely and effectively. This session will focus on how HEE, educational institutions and educators can plan, develop and deliver appropriate education for health workers.

ai data-and-analytics2023
James Davis

Founder and CEO, Inicio Health

AI, Data and AnalyticsAccelerating AI in the NHS

As we look forward to the opportunities presented by advancing AI in the NHS context, it?s important to consider how this technology can be implemented in the most impactful way. We?ll explore the successes already seen from agile systems and AI in stroke pathways, as well as what other pathways may benefit from tech adoption.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Paul Johnson

CEO and CO-founder, Radar Healthcare

AI, Data and AnalyticsAccelerating AI in the NHS

As we look forward to the opportunities presented by advancing AI in the NHS context, it?s important to consider how this technology can be implemented in the most impactful way. We?ll explore the successes already seen from agile systems and AI in stroke pathways, as well as what other pathways may benefit from tech adoption.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Hatim Abdulhussein

National Clinical Lead – AI and Digital Medical Workforce, Directorate of Innovation, Digital and Transformation, Health Education England

AI, Data and AnalyticsKeynote: Changing the Conversation on AI

This keynote session will explore the national initiatives, support and frameworks to ensure AI can be effectively evaluated and safely deployed within the NHS. Don Cushnan, lead director of AI, imaging and deployment at the NHS Transformation Directorate, will be joined by AI companies ready to take the next step.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Yasmin Stinchcombe

Senior Programme Manager (Maternity Cover), DigitalHealth.London

AI, Data and AnalyticsAccelerating AI in the NHS

As we look forward to the opportunities presented by advancing AI in the NHS context, it?s important to consider how this technology can be implemented in the most impactful way. We?ll explore the successes already seen from agile systems and AI in stroke pathways, as well as what other pathways may benefit from tech adoption.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Dom Cushnan

Director of AI, Imaging and Deployment, NHS England

AI, Data and AnalyticsKeynote: Changing the Conversation on AI

This keynote session will explore the national initiatives, support and frameworks to ensure AI can be effectively evaluated and safely deployed within the NHS. Don Cushnan, lead director of AI, imaging and deployment at the NHS Transformation Directorate, will be joined by AI companies ready to take the next step.

ai data-and-analytics2023
Sally Rennison

Chief Commercial Officer, Patients Know Best

Digital TransformationWhere Next on Digital Channel Shift

The NHS app now has over 30 million registered users across the UK, making it an invaluable tool for healthcare organisations. This session will explore how to make full use of this platform in order to improve patient care and efficiency, including development of a connected digital health eco-system on the platform.

digital-transformation2023
Matt Cornish

Programme Director Digital Services for Patients and the Public programme, Digital Health and Care Wales

Digital TransformationWhere Next on Digital Channel Shift

The NHS app now has over 30 million registered users across the UK, making it an invaluable tool for healthcare organisations. This session will explore how to make full use of this platform in order to improve patient care and efficiency, including development of a connected digital health eco-system on the platform.

digital-transformation2023
Victoria Betton

Author, podcaster and public speaker

Digital TransformationEPR Optimisation

In this session, we will focus on the key considerations when deploying an Electronic Patient Record (EPR) system across multiple stages. It will also look at strategies for EPR optimisation post go-live to save money and increase efficiencies while ensuring patient safety remains paramount. Speakers include: Dr Victoria Betton, author and writer; and Dr Tanya Pankhurst, CCIO, director of digital healthcare, consultant nephrologist, University Hospitals Birmingham.

digital-transformation2023
Anita Chinda

Assistant Director of Programmes – Frontline Digitisation, NHS Transformation Directorate

Digital TransformationEPR Optimisation

In this session, we will focus on the key considerations when deploying an Electronic Patient Record (EPR) system across multiple stages. It will also look at strategies for EPR optimisation post go-live to save money and increase efficiencies while ensuring patient safety remains paramount. Speakers include: Dr Victoria Betton, author and writer; and Dr Tanya Pankhurst, CCIO, director of digital healthcare, consultant nephrologist, University Hospitals Birmingham.

digital-transformation2023
Lorraine Foley

CEO, PRSB

Digital TransformationSharing Patient Information: Understanding the Why

Sharing care records is essential to improve patient outcomes, but it?s easy to overlook the ?why? ? understanding how information sharing between teams can make a real difference in terms of quality and safety.

digital-transformation2023
Astrid Fairclough

Programme Director, Dorset Care Record and CHIE

Digital TransformationSharing Patient Information: Understanding the Why

Sharing care records is essential to improve patient outcomes, but it?s easy to overlook the ?why? ? understanding how information sharing between teams can make a real difference in terms of quality and safety.

digital-transformation2023
Dan West

Chief Digital Information Officer, Health and Care in Northern Ireland

Digital TransformationKeynote: A Year of Digital Transformation Across the UK

Learn about the key development in digital health underway in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Be inspired by leaders from England?s nearest neighbours on how they are making major strides using digital and data to meet the very familiar challenges facing their NHSs. Speakers include: Rhidian Hurle, executive medical director and CCIO, Digital Health and Care Wales; Stephen Gallagher, Director of Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government; and Dan West, CDIO at the Department of Health in Northern Ireland

digital-transformation2023
Rhidian Hurle

Medical Director Digital Health and Care Wales, Chief Clinical Information Officer Wales

Digital TransformationKeynote: A Year of Digital Transformation Across the UK

Learn about the key development in digital health underway in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Be inspired by leaders from England?s nearest neighbours on how they are making major strides using digital and data to meet the very familiar challenges facing their NHSs. Speakers include: Rhidian Hurle, executive medical director and CCIO, Digital Health and Care Wales; Stephen Gallagher, Director of Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government; and Dan West, CDIO at the Department of Health in Northern Ireland

digital-transformation2023
Andrew Griffiths

CEO, FEDIP

Digital TransformationBuilding the Digital Workforce

Harnessing digital and data to achieve NHS modernisation critically depends on equipping the workforce with the necessary skills. Four years on from the landmark Topol Review this session will focus on the skills and competencies still required. Join us to explore the latest developments in digital health education and training, strategies for building a workforce that is equipped to meet the demands of the digital health landscape. Speakers include: Helen Thomas, CEO, Digital Health & Care Wales; Andrew Griffiths, CEO, FEDIP; and James Freed, NHSE.

digital-transformation2023
Stephen Gallagher

Director of Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government

Digital TransformationKeynote: A Year of Digital Transformation Across the UK

Learn about the key development in digital health underway in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Be inspired by leaders from England?s nearest neighbours on how they are making major strides using digital and data to meet the very familiar challenges facing their NHSs. Speakers include: Rhidian Hurle, executive medical director and CCIO, Digital Health and Care Wales; Stephen Gallagher, Director of Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government; and Dan West, CDIO at the Department of Health in Northern Ireland

digital-transformation2023
Helen Thomas

CEO, Digital Health & Care Wales

Digital TransformationBuilding the Digital Workforce

Harnessing digital and data to achieve NHS modernisation critically depends on equipping the workforce with the necessary skills. Four years on from the landmark Topol Review this session will focus on the skills and competencies still required. Join us to explore the latest developments in digital health education and training, strategies for building a workforce that is equipped to meet the demands of the digital health landscape. Speakers include: Helen Thomas, CEO, Digital Health & Care Wales; Andrew Griffiths, CEO, FEDIP; and James Freed, NHSE.

digital-transformation2023
Kim Orwin

Project Manager, Sheffield Children?s NHS FT

Digital TransformationRevolutionising Outpatient Care Through Digital

This session will examine how digital technologies are changing the way outpatient care is delivered. We will showcase innovative solutions for remote consultations, telemedicine, and patient self-management, and explore the potential for digital transformation to improve access to care and patient outcomes.

digital-transformation2023
Jessica Keen

Pharmacy Lead, NHS North West, Genomic Medicine Service Alliance

Digital TransformationPersonalise Health in the High Street

Digital technologies are increasingly enabling the delivery of personalised, convenient health services in the high street and consumer settings, including high street pharmacies as well as GP practices. This session will explore the opportunities for using digital technologies to provide more health assessment, screening, health enablement and care management in settings convenient to patients and carers.

digital-transformation2023
Sam Vollans

Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon, Clinical Lead for Leeds Virtual Fracture Clinic (VFC)

Digital TransformationRevolutionising Outpatient Care Through Digital

This session will examine how digital technologies are changing the way outpatient care is delivered. We will showcase innovative solutions for remote consultations, telemedicine, and patient self-management, and explore the potential for digital transformation to improve access to care and patient outcomes.

digital-transformation2023
Anne Marie Davies

Innovation & Inequalities Programme Manager, Children?s Hospital Alliance, Alder Hey Children?s NHS FT

Digital TransformationRevolutionising Outpatient Care Through Digital

This session will examine how digital technologies are changing the way outpatient care is delivered. We will showcase innovative solutions for remote consultations, telemedicine, and patient self-management, and explore the potential for digital transformation to improve access to care and patient outcomes.

digital-transformation2023
Paul Landau

Founder and CEO, Careology

Digital TransformationDigital transformation of Cancer Care

The UK continues to lag OECD peers on cancer care outcomes. This session will explore a range of initiatives to harness digital and data to rethink and improve cancer diagnosis, treatment and support. Projects discuss how digital transformation is improving patient outcomes, enhancing care delivery, and transforming the cancer care ecosystem.

digital-transformation2023
Paul Tambeau

COO, Induction Healhcare Group

Digital TransformationRevolutionising Outpatient Care Through Digital

This session will examine how digital technologies are changing the way outpatient care is delivered. We will showcase innovative solutions for remote consultations, telemedicine, and patient self-management, and explore the potential for digital transformation to improve access to care and patient outcomes.

digital-transformation2023
Mark Hutchinson

Chief Digital and Information Officer, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation: NHS Case studies

The Digital Transformation NHS Case Studies will highlight real-world examples of digital transformation at scale. Learn about successful projects, best practices, and lessons learned.

digital-transformation2023
Mark Bailey

Locum doctor, Chair, Council for the Faculty of Clinical Informatics and Clinician-who-codes

Digital TransformationDigital transformation of Cancer Care

The UK continues to lag OECD peers on cancer care outcomes. This session will explore a range of initiatives to harness digital and data to rethink and improve cancer diagnosis, treatment and support. Projects discuss how digital transformation is improving patient outcomes, enhancing care delivery, and transforming the cancer care ecosystem.

digital-transformation2023
John Mitchell

Associate Director of Digital, NHS Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (ICB), Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation: NHS Case studies

The Digital Transformation NHS Case Studies will highlight real-world examples of digital transformation at scale. Learn about successful projects, best practices, and lessons learned.

digital-transformation2023
James Reed

CCIO, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation: NHS Case studies

The Digital Transformation NHS Case Studies will highlight real-world examples of digital transformation at scale. Learn about successful projects, best practices, and lessons learned.

digital-transformation2023
Andrew Larby

Clinical Lead (Stroke Video Triage), East of England Ambulance Service

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation: NHS Case studies

The Digital Transformation NHS Case Studies will highlight real-world examples of digital transformation at scale. Learn about successful projects, best practices, and lessons learned.

digital-transformation2023
John Quinn

Chief Information Officer (Interim), NHS England

Digital TransformationKeynote Digital Transformation to Unlock Our Future Potential in Health

In the Rewired Digital Transformation keynote, Seb, CEO of leading health and beauty retailer and pharmacy chain Boots, will set out how the sector can collaborate to better leverage data to improve patient outcomes and lower the cost of care.

digital-transformation2023
Darrien Bold

Head of Stroke Programme, Clinical Policy Unit, NHS England

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation: NHS Case studies

The Digital Transformation NHS Case Studies will highlight real-world examples of digital transformation at scale. Learn about successful projects, best practices, and lessons learned.

digital-transformation2023
Barbara Smith

IT Business Systems Manager, Bolton NHS FT

Integrated CareEmpowering Patient Choices: Advanced Care Planning

Empowering patient choice through advanced care planning on end of life decisions is a powerful example of integrated care. This session will provide case studies on how this is being achieved in Wales, London and Humber.

integrated-care2023
Raghib Ali

Chief Medical Officer and Joint Chief Investigator, Our Future Health

Digital TransformationKeynote Digital Transformation to Unlock Our Future Potential in Health

In the Rewired Digital Transformation keynote, Seb, CEO of leading health and beauty retailer and pharmacy chain Boots, will set out how the sector can collaborate to better leverage data to improve patient outcomes and lower the cost of care.

digital-transformation2023
Sean Kelly

Chief Medical Officer and SVP Customer Strategy, Healthcare, Imprivata

Integrated CareEmpowering the Workforce in Integrated Care Systems Empowering the Workforce in Integrated Care Systems

This session explores meeting the challenges of developing and retaining the digital workforce needed by the ICSs at scale.

integrated-care2023
Andy Kinnear

Former NHS CIO / Partnerships Director, Ethical Consulting

Integrated CareEmpowering the Workforce in Integrated Care Systems

This session explores meeting the challenges of developing and retaining the digital workforce needed by the ICSs at scale.

integrated-care2023
Luke Readman

Director of Digital Transformation, NHS England (London Region)

Integrated CareKeynote: ICS Leadership

The advent of ICSs and ICBs shifts the focus of digital and data and creates a pressing need for new kinds of digital leadership. Join system leaders Rob Webster, CEO, West Yorkshire and Harrogate Partnership; and Lisa Emery, Chief Transformation Innovation and Digital Officer, NHS Sussex.

integrated-care2023
Linda Vernon

Acting Digital Culture and Transformation Clinical Lead, t Lancashire and South Cumbria ICB

Integrated CareKeynote: ICS Leadership

The advent of ICSs and ICBs shifts the focus of digital and data and creates a pressing need for new kinds of digital leadership. Join system leaders Rob Webster, CEO, West Yorkshire and Harrogate Partnership; and Lisa Emery, Chief Transformation Innovation and Digital Officer, NHS Sussex.

integrated-care2023
Tracy McClelland

Principal Healthcare Transformation Consultant/Clinical Advisor, Dedalus

Integrated CareElevating Population Health Management

Harnessing population health management to tackle inequalities, level-up and improve the overall health of local communities is absolutely central to integrated care. This session will provide insights into how different NHS organisations are utilising digital and data to improve health outcomes.

integrated-care2023
Jim Hughes

Director of Digital Programmes, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

Integrated CareElevating Population Health Management

Harnessing population health management to tackle inequalities, level-up and improve the overall health of local communities is absolutely central to integrated care. This session will provide insights into how different NHS organisations are utilising digital and data to improve health outcomes.

integrated-care2023
Bharan Kumar

Clinical Director, SHAPE Primary Care Network , Clinical Lead, Population Health, NHS Frimley Integrated Care System

Integrated CareElevating Population Health Management

Harnessing population health management to tackle inequalities, level-up and improve the overall health of local communities is absolutely central to integrated care. This session will provide insights into how different NHS organisations are utilising digital and data to improve health outcomes.

integrated-care2023
Toby Page

Architecture Lead, Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland Care Record Partnership

Integrated CareBridging the Gap Shared Care Records for Integrated Care

Shared health and care records remain an essential tool for delivering integrated care. Learn from three case studies from Scotland; Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and Greater Manchester.

integrated-care2023
Chris Haigh

Head of Medicines Optimisation and Prescribing, NHS Greater Manchester Integrated Care

Integrated CareBridging the Gap Shared Care Records for Integrated Care

Shared health and care records remain an essential tool for delivering integrated care. Learn from three case studies from Scotland; Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and Greater Manchester.

integrated-care2023
Robert Hunter

Senior Software Engineer, Scotland?s National Digital Platform for Health & Social Care (NDP)

Integrated CareBridging the Gap Shared Care Records for Integrated Care

Shared health and care records remain an essential tool for delivering integrated care. Learn from three case studies from Scotland; Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and Greater Manchester.

integrated-care2023
Guy Lucchi

Managing Director of Healthcare, System C

National PolicyThe Race to Digital Maturity

The new Digital Maturity Assessment will underpin and inform future NHS digital strategy. Programme leaders and early NHS adopters will share their insights into DMA. Speakers include: Amy Freeman, CIO, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS FT; Will Goodwin, assistant director of programmes ? Digital Maturity, NHS England; and Natalie Sutcliffe, delivery and engagement lead Digital Maturity and Capabilites, NHS England.

national-policy2023
Saffron Cordery

Deputy Chief Executive, NHS Providers

Integrated CareKeynote: Integrated Care Needed More than Ever

Part two of the keynote explore why facing unprecedented pressures integrated care is needed more than ever before.

integrated-care2023
Will Goodwin

Assistant Director of Programmes ? Digital Maturity, NHS England

National PolicyThe Race to Digital Maturity

The new Digital Maturity Assessment will underpin and inform future NHS digital strategy. Programme leaders and early NHS adopters will share their insights into DMA. Speakers include: Amy Freeman, CIO, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS FT; Will Goodwin, assistant director of programmes ? Digital Maturity, NHS England; and Natalie Sutcliffe, delivery and engagement lead Digital Maturity and Capabilites, NHS England.

national-policy2023
Natalie Sutcliffe

Delivery and Engagement Lead Digital Maturity and Capabilites, NHS England

National PolicyThe Race to Digital Maturity

The new Digital Maturity Assessment will underpin and inform future NHS digital strategy. Programme leaders and early NHS adopters will share their insights into DMA. Speakers include: Amy Freeman, CIO, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS FT; Will Goodwin, assistant director of programmes ? Digital Maturity, NHS England; and Natalie Sutcliffe, delivery and engagement lead Digital Maturity and Capabilites, NHS England.

national-policy2023
Paul Gilliatt

Programme Director, Frontline Digitisation, NHS Transformation Directorate

National PolicyCase Studies: Making Levelling-Up Work in a Time of Austerity

This session will explore how NHS trusts under intense financial pressures are continuing to progress digital levelling-up. Speakers include: James Hawkins, chief digital and information officer, York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS FT; Abigail Harrison, CIO, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust; and Paul Gilliatt, programme director, Frontline Digitisation, NHS transformation directorate

national-policy2023
James Hawkins

Chief Digital and Information Officer, York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

National PolicyCase Studies: Making Levelling-Up Work in a Time of Austerity

This session will explore how NHS trusts under intense financial pressures are continuing to progress digital levelling-up. Speakers include: James Hawkins, chief digital and information officer, York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS FT; Abigail Harrison, CIO, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust; and Paul Gilliatt, programme director, Frontline Digitisation, NHS transformation directorate

national-policy2023
Satya Raghuvanshi

Head of Clinical, Accurx

National PolicyDigital Primary Care: the Key to Unlocking Access for All

Digital primary care. Finding the keys to unlocking access for all, is one of the most pressing issues on the over-stretched NHS. Speakers include: Dr Minal Bakhai, director for primary care transformation, NHS England.

national-policy2023
Osman Bhatti

GP and Chief Clinical Information Officer, North East London CCG

National PolicyDigital Primary Care: the Key to Unlocking Access for All

Digital primary care. Finding the keys to unlocking access for all, is one of the most pressing issues on the over-stretched NHS. Speakers include: Dr Minal Bakhai, director for primary care transformation, NHS England.

national-policy2023
Dave Pearson

Hive Programme Director, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

National PolicyLIVE from the MFT Hive ? Digital Maturity Delivered

The Hive programme at Manchester Hospital Foundation trust has been the largest hospital digitisation project in Europe. The clinical and exec leaders behind HIVE will share key lessons from the programme.

national-policy2023
Minal Bakhai

Director for Primary Care Transformation, NHSE England

National PolicyDigital Primary Care: the Key to Unlocking Access for All

Digital primary care. Finding the keys to unlocking access for all, is one of the most pressing issues on the over-stretched NHS. Speakers include: Dr Minal Bakhai, director for primary care transformation, NHS England.

national-policy2023
Sarah McGovern

Chief Transformation Office, Manchester University NHS FT

National PolicyLIVE from the MFT Hive ? Digital Maturity Delivered

The Hive programme at Manchester Hospital Foundation trust has been the largest hospital digitisation project in Europe. The clinical and exec leaders behind HIVE will share key lessons from the programme.

national-policy2023
Dan Prescott

Interim Group Chief Informatics Officer, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

National PolicyLIVE from the MFT Hive ? Digital Maturity Delivered

The Hive programme at Manchester Hospital Foundation trust has been the largest hospital digitisation project in Europe. The clinical and exec leaders behind HIVE will share key lessons from the programme.

national-policy2023
Markus Bolton

Executive Director, Graphnet Health

National PolicyKeynote: Practice Makes Perfect

Practice makes perfect. The day two keynote session explores how the NHS should most effectively scale and accelerate digital transformation to benefit patients and staff. The speakers are: Dr Tim Ferris Tim, director digital transformation NHS England; Markus Bolton, director of Graphnet and co-founder of System C Healthcare.

national-policy2023
Alastair Allen

CTO, Better

National PolicyCase Studies: Convergence in Action

Convergence remains a key theme in NHS digital strategy. National and local NHS leaders at the forefront of convergence will share their experiences of how it is working in practice: Kevin Jarrold, CIO, Imperial College Healthcare NHS FT; and Dermot Ryan, director of frontline digitisation, NHS England

national-policy2023
Christine Walters

Director of Informatics/Director of Mid Mersey Digital Alliance, St Helens and Knowsley Hospitals NHS Trust

National PolicyCase Studies: Convergence in Action

Convergence remains a key theme in NHS digital strategy. National and local NHS leaders at the forefront of convergence will share their experiences of how it is working in practice: Kevin Jarrold, CIO, Imperial College Healthcare NHS FT; and Dermot Ryan, director of frontline digitisation, NHS England

national-policy2023
Kevin Jarrold

Joint Chief Information Officer, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust and for the NW London Integrated Care Board

National PolicyCase Studies: Convergence in Action

Convergence remains a key theme in NHS digital strategy. National and local NHS leaders at the forefront of convergence will share their experiences of how it is working in practice: Kevin Jarrold, CIO, Imperial College Healthcare NHS FT; and Dermot Ryan, director of frontline digitisation, NHS England

national-policy2023
John Meredith

Assistant chief architect (Digital Architecture), Digital Health and Care Wales

National PolicyCase Studies: Convergence in Action

Convergence remains a key theme in NHS digital strategy. National and local NHS leaders at the forefront of convergence will share their experiences of how it is working in practice: Kevin Jarrold, CIO, Imperial College Healthcare NHS FT; and Dermot Ryan, director of frontline digitisation, NHS England

national-policy2023
Dermot Ryan

Director of Frontline Digitisation, NHS England and NHS Improvement

National PolicyCase Studies: Convergence in Action

Convergence remains a key theme in NHS digital strategy. National and local NHS leaders at the forefront of convergence will share their experiences of how it is working in practice: Kevin Jarrold, CIO, Imperial College Healthcare NHS FT; and Dermot Ryan, director of frontline digitisation, NHS England

national-policy2023
Richard Stubbs

CEO, Yorkshire & Humber AHSN as well as Vice Chair of the AHSN Network

National PolicyUsing Digital to Address Health Inequalities

NHS and industry leaders will explore digital approaches for reducing health inequalities. Speakers include: Richard Stubbs, CEO , Yorkshire & Humber AHSN and vice chair of the AHSN Network; Christopher El Badaoui, CEO & co-founder, LVNDR; and Catherine McClennan, programme director, Women?s Health and Maternity Services Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership.

national-policy2023
Catherine McClennan

Director, Cheshire and Merseyside Women?s Health and Maternity Partnership

National PolicyUsing Digital to Address Health Inequalities

NHS and industry leaders will explore digital approaches for reducing health inequalities. Speakers include: Richard Stubbs, CEO , Yorkshire & Humber AHSN and vice chair of the AHSN Network; Christopher El Badaoui, CEO & co-founder, LVNDR; and Catherine McClennan, programme director, Women?s Health and Maternity Services Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership.

national-policy2023
Andy Carruthers

CIO, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

National PolicyIn Recovery: Reducing the Backlog of Elective Care

National, NHS and industry leaders will explore digital strategies for reducing the elective backlog.

national-policy2023
Satya Raghuvanshi

Head of Clinical, Accurx

National PolicyIn Recovery: Reducing the Backlog of Elective Care

National, NHS and industry leaders will explore digital strategies for reducing the elective backlog.

national-policy2023
Paul Jones

CDIO, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

National PolicyKeynote

National policy overview. The role of digital in helping the NHS achieve the ambitions of the NHS Plan while also responding to unprecedented demand.

national-policy2023
Cate McLaurin

Director, Public Digital

National PolicyKeynote

National policy overview. The role of digital in helping the NHS achieve the ambitions of the NHS Plan while also responding to unprecedented demand.

national-policy2023
Tom Whicher

CEO

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation Case Studies

Personalised Outpatients is the key to managing demand and supporting elective recovery. It’s so much more than just Patient Initiated Follow Up (PIFU).Read More

digital-transformation2022
Dr Murray Ellender | Benjamin Kenyon

CEO | Product Manager, Healthcare AI & Data

AI & DataAI Enabled Consultations

During this session Dr Murray Ellender and Benjamin Kenyon will describe how eConsult has pioneered a new normal – asynchronous consultations between patients and their NHS GP. Read More

ai-data2022
Dr Joachim Werr

Founder and Executive Chair

InnovationWhat Are The Challenges In Adopting AI And How Do We Solve Them?

This panel discussion will look at the opportunities for AI in healthcare, the role of organisational culture in accepting AI and how to adopt AI in a way that is safe and ethical.

innovation2022
Róisín Reade

Head of Implementation & Product Manager

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 6

Capacity and demand: see how health and social care teams are using e-scheduling software to drive efficiencies and evidence capacity and demand across community services – helping teams become more agile and reducing the pressure on the wider NHS. Read More

best-practice-showcase2022
Professor Graham Evans

CITO/SIRO

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation Keynotes

A reflection of a transformation journey, creating the conditions and capability to transform and digitally enable patient centred care, but it’s not just about the technology!

digital-transformation2022
Professor Louise Hicks

CNIO and Director or Development

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Nursing

Engaging the team and generating positive energy are core to our digital transformation quest. This session highlights the change and improvement approach used to implement electronic prescribing, Read More

digital-transformation2022
Deborah Wickens

Lead Nurse Harm Free Care

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Nursing

Debbie Wickens talks about how embracing digital technology transformed practice within a busy Tissue Viability Team

digital-transformation2022
Frances Beadle | Claire Bevan

National Clinical Informatics Lead (Nursing) | SRO Digitisation of Nursing Documentation Project NHS Wales

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Nursing

The Welsh Nursing Care Record (WNCR) is a digital platform for all health boards and trusts in Wales where nursing staff and clinical colleagues complete and view adult inpatient assessments including risk assessments.Read More

digital-transformation2022
Jules Gudgeon

National Digital Midwife Lead for Maternity

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Nursing

“Women centred, Clinically led, Digitally driven” is the ethos that underpins the Digital Midwives Expert Reference Group, a network of Digital leaders working in front line maternity services across England. Read More

digital-transformation2022
Karen Akehurst | Nigel Wong

Senior Business Analyst | Paramedic and Business Support Manager

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Ambulance Services and Unplanned Care

This session will showcase how NHS Digital have developed the National Record Locator (NRL) that enables clinicians to access multiple care plans e.g. End of Life, Mental Health Crisis, NEWS2, eRedbag and Emergency care plans. Read More

digital-transformation2022
Jonny Sammut

Deputy CIO & Head of Digital Intelligence & Analytics

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Ambulance Services and Unplanned Care

This session will outline how the North West Ambulance Service, went from Pirates to Pioneers, using a mixture of curiosity, inner rebellion and small bold actions. Read More

digital-transformation2022
Simon Marsh

CIO

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Ambulance Services and Unplanned Care

Yorkshire Ambulance Service is the regional service provider for Yorkshire and Humberside of 999, 111 and Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services (NEPTS), serving a population of over 5 million people. Read More

digital-transformation2022
Andy Haywood

Director of Digital

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Ambulance Services and Unplanned Care

How much do you know about Ambulance Services? The Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust handles millions of patient interactions a year across a broad range of physical and digital services, from 999 to the 111.wales.nhs website.Read More

digital-transformation2022
Jas Cartwright | Mark Chandiram

Director of Continuous Improvement | Client Director, NHS

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation Case Studies

This session will explore the challenges of delivering digital transformation and the cultural change needed across the system and regions to ensure it success.Read More

digital-transformation2022
Katherine Church

Chief Digital Officer

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation Case Studies

In this presentation, Katherine will explore the role which ICSs can and should play in enabling providers to come together across the boundaries of organisations, Read More

digital-transformation2022
Lisa Emery | Ernest Redwood-Sawyerr

CIO | Digital Transformation Systems Manager

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation Case Studies

With around 600 clinical studies open at any one time and about 170 new studies opened each year, the Royal Marsden Hospital is one of the top 4 cancer centres in the world.Read More

digital-transformation2022
Eileen Jessop

CDIO

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation Keynotes

Effective leadership, engagement and participation by clinicians is essential to the successful transformation of health and care services. Read More

digital-transformation2022
Professor Jonathan Benger CBE

Chief Medical Officer

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation Keynotes

Effective leadership, engagement and participation by clinicians is essential to the successful transformation of health and care services. Read More

digital-transformation2022
Sarah Newcombe | Hayley Grafton

CNIO | CNIO

Digital NursingCelebrating Digital Nursing Successes

Join us in celebrating the success of nursing graduates who have completed the Shuri Fellowship, Florence Nightingale Foundation Scholarship, Topol Fellowship and Digital Academy, and explore the opportunities provided by these programmes.

digital-nursing2022
Dr Roxanne Crosby-Nwaobi

Lead Nurse for Research/NIHR ICA Clinical Lecturer, NIHR Clinical Research Facility

Digital NursingCelebrating Digital Nursing Successes

Join us in celebrating the success of nursing graduates who have completed the Shuri Fellowship, Florence Nightingale Foundation Scholarship, Topol Fellowship and Digital Academy, and explore the opportunities provided by these programmes.

digital-nursing2022
Elise Dagny Pabriaga | Sithabile Tshabalala

Research Nurse | Digital Nurse Specialist

Digital NursingCelebrating Digital Nursing Successes

Join us in celebrating the success of nursing graduates who have completed the Shuri Fellowship, Florence Nightingale Foundation Scholarship, Topol Fellowship and Digital Academy, and explore the opportunities provided by these programmes.

digital-nursing2022
Lisa Ward | Holly Carr

Associate Director of Nursing (Patient Safety & Governance) & CNIO | Florence Nightingale Fellow

Digital NursingCelebrating Digital Nursing Successes

Join us in celebrating the success of nursing graduates who have completed the Shuri Fellowship, Florence Nightingale Foundation Scholarship, Topol Fellowship and Digital Academy, and explore the opportunities provided by these programmes.

digital-nursing2022
Emma Robertson

Patient Lead

Digital NursingHarnessing Technology to Transform Nursing Practice

Why digital standards matter to patients and why, as a cancer patient, I leapt at the chance to support the creation of digital nursing standards?

digital-nursing2022
Sara Nelson

Deputy CNIO

Digital NursingTechnology-Enabled New Pathways for Nursing Care

Remote monitoring technologies have played a major role in the NHS’ response to the Covid-19 pandemic, helping more people to be cared for outside of hospital in a safe and convenient way.Read More

digital-nursing2022
Sonia Patel | Andrea Lewis

System CIO & Director of Levelling Up | Chief Nurse

Digital NursingSupporting the Digital Transformation Journey: Guidance for Nursing on What Good Looks Like

Introducing the Guidance for Nursing on What Good Looks Like which aims to support leaders to practically apply What Good Looks Like to the nursing profession, enabling the achievement of the digital transformation goals set out by the NHS Long Term plan.Read More

digital-nursing2022
Lisa Ward | Dr Lucy Nicholson

Associate Director of Nursing (Patient Safety) & CNIO | Specialist Palliative Care Consultant

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 7

A collaboration between Specialist Palliative Care (SPCT) and Digital Specialist Nurses at CDDFT has developed an innovative new observation module within the Trusts digital system (Nervecentre) to enhance end of life care – Comfort Observations. Read More

best-practice-showcase2022
Dr Swan Kang

Consultant Ophthalmologist in Adnexal and Digital Medicine

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 7

We have successfully introduced and maintained a new video consultation pathway to review new patients with benign eyelid lesions referred to a tertiary ophthalmic unit. Over a year, there were a total of 1,101 appointments for 974 patients. Read More

best-practice-showcase2022
Darrien Bold | Dr Ingrid Kane

National Digital & AI Lead for Stroke | Consultant Stroke Physician

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 7

The use of AI software is an integral part of the National Optimal Stroke Imaging Pathway (NOSIP). Published as part of the National Stroke Service Model in May 2021, this pathway has been designed to guide the efficient use of radiology resources, reducing duplication. Read More

best-practice-showcase2022
Elaine Tustian | Simon Noel

Senior Divisional Nurse Informatics Lead? | CNIO

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 6

The Digital Nursing Team at Oxford University Hospitals NHS foundation Trust was established in 2017 and has developed to become an essential driver for digital transformation and the key link between the clinical teams and the technical solutions. Read More

best-practice-showcase2022
James Bird

CNIO & Deputy Director of Nursing

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 6

As we have moved from paper to electronic documentation, so our audits and quality improvement cycles have also changed. No longer are we auditing a small selection of patients and making assumptions about the quality of care, we are now able to audit large volumes of patients’ data across multiple hospital sites to identify trends and opportunities from improvement. Read More

best-practice-showcase2022
Steve Brigden

Head of Cylera UK

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 6

The healthcare cyber threat landscape is changing very quickly. New enterprise risks and compliance requirements necessitate a different approach. Medical and other healthcare devices Read More

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Dr Sharlene Greenwood

Consultant Physiotherapist

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 5

Kidney Beam www.beamfeelgood.com is a novel web-based self-management programme designed to allow people with kidney disease to learn about their condition and provide support to them, both physically and emotionally during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Read More

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Miss Sunita Sharma

Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, NHS England Clinical Entrepreneur

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 5

Unlike other acute services, postnatal teams provide simultaneous support for the mother and baby(ies). In December 2018, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital launched a be-spoke postnatal digital dashboard, joining-up mother-and-baby care and the 14 different group of team members into one web-based portal. Read More

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Dr Neville Young

Director of Enterprise and Innovation

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 5

Yorkshire has a thriving life sciences sector and is a hotbed for digital and health innovation – creating jobs, building assets, and providing a blueprint for how healthcare will be delivered in the future.Read More

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Max Perry

PhD Researcher, Sociology

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 5

Over the past 20 years we have tried to make our Medical Records digital records. “Paperless NHS 2020” has come and gone yet our medical records remain, stubbornly reliant on paper. Read More

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Ben Wanless | Dr Carey McClellan

Consultant MSK Physiotherapist | CEO & Clinical Director

InnovationTackling Evaluation and Evidence Generation in Digital Health

What are the challenges we face when evaluating digital health products and services? Why is it so difficult, and where can you go for help?

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Professor Henry Potts

Professor of Health Informatics

InnovationTackling Evaluation and Evidence Generation in Digital Health

What are the challenges we face when evaluating digital health products and services? Why is it so difficult, and where can you go for help?

innovation2022
Dr Sophie Barrack

Project Management Director

InnovationPitchfest 2021: What Happened Next?

Apian is a groundbreaking medical logistics start-up whose mission is to use drones to deliver greener, faster and smarter healthcare to the NHS and beyond. We are excited to tell you all about who we are, what we do, our start-up journey, current projects across the UK and what the future holds.

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Mridula Pore

Co-Founder & Co-CEO

InnovationPitchfest 2021: What Happened Next?

As the winner of Pitchfest 2021, Mridula will provide an update on what happened next, 12 months on from winning Pitchfest and share insights from the journey of Peppy Health.

innovation2022
Dr Miles Langdon

CMO & GP Partner

InnovationInnovation into Practice at Scale

The pandemic prompted primary care providers to rethink how they deliver aspects of care – online consultation tools were rolled out rapidly at the start of 2020, and whilst there were some clear benefits in the immediate term, it didn’t necessarily help practices redesign care in the longer-term.Read More

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Haris Shuaib

Head of Clinical Scientific Computing

InnovationInnovation into Practice at Scale

We’ll present an overview of the progress of AIDE (AI Deployment Engine) – a world-leading program to enable AI at the point of care.Read More

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Jacob Haddad

CEO & Co-Founder

InnovationInnovation into Practice at Scale

As pressures on the system continue to grow and ICSs take shape, the expectations on integrated care are higher than ever.Read More

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Tom Searle | Professor James Teo | Dr Robert Harland | Dr Anoop Dinesh Shah | Dr Wai Keong Wong

Programme Manager/ Clinical Informatics PhD Candidate | Joint Clinical Director of Data & AI | Consultant in General Adult Psychiatry & Caldicott Guardian | Associate Professor | Chief Research Information Officer

Smart HealthCogStack: Infrastructure for 'Unlocking' EHR datasmart-health2022
Matt Dugdale

Head of Clinical & Digital Innovation

Smart HealthSmart Health in Practicesmart-health2022
Mark Jackson

National Cybersecurity Advisor, UK&I

Smart HealthCyber Security Keynotes

There is no doubt that digitisation and connecting everything can deliver significant benefits, but in the race to connect everything, organisations face an ever expanding attack surface which defenders are struggling to protect. Read More

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Paul Charnley | Dr James Reed

Digital Lead/ Co-Chair | CCIO

WorkshopsRed Prints - The Perfect Way to Not Deliver Digital Transformation Programmes

This session looks at Blueprints but flips the idea and recommends the things to do to help projects fail. Hence the name RedPrints!Read More

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Professor Suzanne Martin

Chief Allied Health Professions Officer

WorkshopsAHPs and Pharmacy: The untapped potential in digital health

Be a part of the very first AHPs and Pharmacy session at Rewired 2022! Taking place on Wednesday 16 March, we will host two sessions; an informative panel, followed by an interactive workshop, dedicated to AHP and Pharmacy digital leaders.Read More

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Lucy Brown | Dione Rogers | Robert Cutforth | Jane Dwelly

Deputy Director | CNIO/Deputy Chief Nurse | Senior Learning Technologist | Vice President International

WorkshopsNew World of Digital Nursing and Midwifery Leadership

Lucy Brown, Deputy Director of FNF Academy and FNF Director of Nursing, Robert Cutforth, FNF Senior Learning Technologist and Dione Rogers, Read More

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Dr Andrew Gvozdanovic

Patient Engagement Lead

Integrated CareShared Care Records - A Journey of Collaboration

convergeHEALTH is Deloitte’s digital health services and product business that aims to support organisations in their digital transformation.Read More

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Tara Athanasiou | Neil Bartram | Laura Godtschalk | Debbie Westmoreland

Senior Consultant | Business Relationship Manager | LLR ShCR Programme Manager | Digital Transformation Consultant

Integrated CareShared Care Records - A Journey of Collaboration

From the nose to the tail – implementing a shared record in a busy mixed health and care economy. Delivering benefits, managing ‘buy in’ and maintaining momentum.

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Paul Bradley

CCIO

Integrated CareHow will Place Become the Heart of ICSs?

Paul will speak about the importance of interoperability facilitated by the Trust?s Enovacom Integration Engine to programmes of work to improve health and social care for people with mental illness and learning disability.

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Catherine Dampney

Director of Innovation & Transformation

Integrated CareHow will Place Become the Heart of ICSs?

“Following key ICS Principles, this session will include:
1) How do we design for better, Place-based outcomes Read More

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Conor Burke

CEO

Integrated CareHow will Place Become the Heart of ICSs?

Following key ICS Principles, this session will include:
1) How do we design for better, Place-based outcomes Read More

integrated-care2022
Michelle Unterbrink

Customer Engineering Manager

AI & DataBuilding Confidence in AI

AI can improve clinical outcomes, if the right foundation is in place. To unlock the power of AI in healthcare, you’ll need to establish a secure foundation, Read More

ai-data2022
Dr Annabelle Painter | Dr Mike Nix | George Onisiforou

Clinical Fellow, AI & Workforce | Clinical Fellow, AI & Workforce AI Lab | Research Manager

AI & DataBuilding Confidence in AI

Safe, effective and ethical adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) technology in healthcare relies on confidence in using AI products.Read More

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Dr Christopher Kelly

Staff Clinician Research Scientist

AI & DataClinical Applications in AI

Introduction to how artificial intelligence can impact healthcare, including the detection of disease, facilitating new models of care, and enabling the promise of personalised screening.

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Professor Alf Collins | Mark England

Clinical Director, Personalised Care Group | CEO

National PolicyPolicy into Practice Case Studies

1% of population consumes 53% of unplanned care but how do we find them at the right time? And how do we personalise care to really work for patients? Find out how,Read More

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Jane Tyacke

Director of Strategy & Business Development

National PolicyPolicy into Practice Case Studies

Could greater patient engagement help with more efficient management of the backlog?

national-policy2022
Dr Alastair Bishop

eHealth SDPM – Safer Medicines

National PolicyPolicy into Practice Case Studies

NHS Scotland is introducing hospital electronic prescribing and medicines administration across all NHS Boards. As one of the largest health organisations in Europe, Read More

national-policy2022
Beverley Bryant | Professor Ian Abbs | Professor Clive Kay

CDIO | CEO | CEO

National PolicyProject Apollo: London's NHS Digital Transformation Moonshot

Project Apollo is the hugely ambitious digital transformation initiative across Guy’s and St Thomas’ and Kings, underpinned by a shared Epic EMR. Read More

national-policy2022
Justene Ewing

Vice President Health and Care, UK & Australia

National PolicyPolicy into Practice Case Studies

After the Second World War we entered a ‘post-war consensus’. Historians use this term because all political parties agreed on the country’s top priorities and worked together to deliver them.Read More

national-policy2022
Dan West

CDIO for Health and Care

National PolicyInternational Keynotes

Northern Ireland is setting the UK’s most ambitious Digital vision for Health and Social Care, and is quietly getting on with delivering it. Read More

national-policy2022
Dr Monika Gratzke

Global Medical Director

National PolicyInternational Keynotes

With the pandemic accelerating the benefits of digital healthcare in delivering faster access, Dr Gratzke will share her views on how digital healthcare in Europe is now going deeper and broader- connecting more patients,Read More

national-policy2022
Dr Susheel Varma

Chief technology Officer (interim)

AI & DataBuilding Trusted Research Environments

Broadening access to health data while preserving patient privacy and confidentiality will be a key component of the forthcoming NHS Data Strategy. As the national institute for health data science,Read More

ai-data2022
Gary Leeming | Darryl Davies

Director, LCR Civic Data Cooperative | Product Director, Population Health

AI & DataBuilding Trusted Research Environments

The CIPHA project deployed a Trustworthy Research Environment to support Liverpool and Manchester Universities undertaking multiple research projects during the pandemic.Read More

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I-Lin Hall | Mark Walsh

Head of Data and Digital Applications | Portfolio Manager

AI & DataBuilding Trusted Research Environments

In the North East and North Cumbria (NENC) Integrated Care System (ICS) – two strategic programmes are coming together to improve how data is linked and analysed for the purposes of service improvement,Read More

ai-data2022
Dr Devesh Sinha

CCIO, Clinical Lead Stroke Physician & NEL ICS Stroke Lead

AI & DataAI in Action Case Studies

Artificial Intelligence has the potential to enhance patient care – but it can be difficult getting started especially in a DGH which was very badly hit by covid. Read More

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Dr Basab Bhattacharya

AI Lead

AI & DataAI in Action Case Studies

Artificial Intelligence has the potential to enhance patient care – but it can be difficult getting started especially in a DGH which was Read More

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Professor Darren Treanor

Consultant Pathologist & Director of National Pathology Imaging Co-operative

AI & DataAI in Action Case Studies

NPIC (National Pathology Imaging Co-operative) links over 30 hospitals across England with the aim of full digitisation of pathology diagnosis, underpinning the development and evaluation of artificial intelligence.Read More

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Mathew Watt

Senior Programme Manager, AI Imaging

AI & DataAI in Action Case Studiesai-data2022
Dr Patrik Bächtiger

Clinical Research Fellow in Digital Health

AI & DataAI in Action Case Studies

The NHS Long Term Plan emphasises that “80% of heart failure is currently diagnosed in hospital, despite 40% of patients having symptoms that should have triggered an earlier assessment.” Read More

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Ayub Bhayat

Director of Insight and Data Platform

AI & DataAI & Data Keynotes

Data and Analytics have had a key role in our response to COVID-19, underpinning the largest vaccination programme in NHS history and supporting the recovery of critical services.Read More

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Kristian Jones

Chief Analytics Officer

AI & DataAI & Data Keynotes

The potential for using data and analytics – everything from simple searches to complex AI – to improve healthcare delivery and drive better patient outcomes is enormous.Read More

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Dr Nicola Byrne

National Data Guardian

AI & DataAI & Data Keynotes

As we journey ever further into a bright new future in which data-driven innovation is fuelling so many new insights and advancements across health and care, it is important that we don?t lose sight of what is important to the people whose data is enabling these changes. Read More

ai-data2022
Helena Painting

Head of Software Development

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 4

What can we say about best practice in app development in just five minutes? Reflections on best practice approaches to addressing effective app design in the NHS context.

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Andy Wilcox

Senior Solutions Marketing Manager

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 4

As healthcare organisations around the world have adopted new working practices to support the requirement for remote and multi-location healthcare delivery models, so the management of the supporting technology has grown considerably more complex. Read More

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Simon Evans

Managing Director

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 4

Many trusts face the challenge of being able to unlock non structured data held in Electronic Patient Record systems. Digitally captured free text clinical information is often buried in documents and in some cases, held in encrypted format. Read More

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Dr Michael McCabe | Keith Wilson

Consultant Anaesthetist | Digital Innovation Programme Manager

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 3

#CallMe is a unique digital project to ensure that patients are addressed in a way of their choice throughout their hospital journey. The default in the NHS is to address patients by their formal forename. However, with over 20,000 completed #CallMe’s, Read More

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Paul Henderson

Partner

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 3

Paul will summarise 5 initiatives embodying the spirit and value of digital health for the public, patients, and staff. We all share the vision of enabling people to liver better Read More

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Gwynedd Williams, MPH | Madi Stephens | Sally Burley

Research Fellow | Clinical Research Fellow | Mobile Solutions Specialist

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 3

The Connected Health Care Project asks if satellite connectivity is possible, feasible, usable and adequate for the delivery of mental Read More

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Will Wright

Director, Global Commercialization

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 3

The digitalisation of healthcare continues to expand. From virtual care to the centralisation of clinical images, videos and patient information ? understanding how this can improve patient outcomes is key.Read More

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Mark Kenny

Strategic Transformation Lead

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 2

Healthcare is complex, particularly collaborating as a system partnership with people, carers and multiple providers towards more integrated, preventative and personalised approaches.Read More

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Ron Miles

Vice President, UK, Ireland, EMEA

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 2

Public cloud gets all the attention in the headlines, but most healthcare organizations are actually choosing private/hybrid clouds that may include hospitals hosting for other organizations (private cloud).Read More

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Videha Sharma

Topol Digital Health Fellow

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 2

Kidney transplantation is a complex, cross-speciality and multi-centre clinical service. Health IT has the potential to support data management, communication and national registration. Read More

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Paul Cameron

Account Director

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 2

The need for a fully interoperable network to share comprehensive patient reports quickly and securely internally and between trusts and GPs across regional boundaries is now seen as an essential requirement. Clinicians need to be assured that complete patient diagnostic data is being shared and have confidence that they are providing patients with the highest quality patient-centric care.Read More

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Thomas Nicholas | Mohammad Forid Alom

Associate Director for Business Intelligence | Strategic Lead for Information Analytics

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 1

Harnessing the power of Business Intelligence technology, East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT) have been working on creating an integrated quality management system for our all services. Read More

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Greg Kalucki

CCO, Advisor – Digital Health Products and Services

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 1

The role of a healthcare professional comes with many challenges. Some of them are related to communication with patients, especially when it comes to making difficult decisions and explaining new treatment methods.Read More

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Fatema Jessa

Chief Pharmaceutical Officer?s Clinical Fellow

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 1

NICE is a renowned and respected expert in health technology assessment and has previously developed evidence standards for digital health technologies.Read More

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Steve Brigden

Head of Cylera UK

Best Practice ShowcaseSession 1

Learn how to simply meet and exceed 2022 DSPT requirements around medical device and IoT security with an automated next-generation approach. Read More

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Dr Paul Deffley | Tom Scott

UK Chief Medical Officer | UK Commercial Director

Smart HealthOpen Platforms and Standards. Where Next?

In this session, Alcidion?s UK Chief Medical Officer, Dr Paul Deffley, and UK Commercial Director, Tom Scott, will talk about how the adoption of a modern, modular EPR based on open standards and FHIR will allow organisations to innovate rapidly.Read More

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Mark Hunt

IT Development Manager

Smart HealthOpen Platforms and Standards. Where Next?

A brief look at the journey to date and future plans for use of Open data platforms within Somerset NHS Foundation Trust and across Somerset

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Gary McAllister

Chief Technology Officer

Smart HealthOpen Platforms and Standards. Where Next?

Interoperability is everywhere! But what does this really look like? Gary McAllister from the OneLondon team and author of ‘An Introduction to Digital Healthcare in the NHS’ (https://amzn.to/3purbFS) will provide an overview of interoperability,Read More

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Dr Saroj Patel

Chief Digital & Information Officer

Smart HealthOpen Platforms and Standards. Where Next?

How do you democratise access to high quality digital solutions that will support the delivery of safe and effective patient care in the NHS and beyond? At the RNOH we are developing an affordable modular care record system – openMCR – using modern, flexible technologies. Read More

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Phil Bottomley

Digital Strategic Lead

Smart HealthOpen Platforms and Standards. Where Next?

Overview of the current journey and plans to modernise The Christie?s Electronic Health Record (EHR) using a modular open platform approach.Read More

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Ben McGough | Dr Iain Cranston | Dr Neel Basudev | Dr Matt Guy

Programme Lead | Consultant Physician | GP Partner/ Diabetes Lead | Parent Carer/ Consultant Clinical Scientist

Smart HealthWearables and Sensors, Adoption at Scale

The session will cover how the NHS has supported the acceleration and adoption of wearable technologies for people living with type 1 diabetes to support self-management, Read More

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Dr Dilshan Arawwawala | Cindy Kouris | Andrew Temple | Philip Graham

CCIO/ Consultant ICM & Anaesthesia | Head of Workforce Information & Systems | Senior Project Manager | Digital Programme Director

Smart HealthDigital passports with systems access capability - the future. Supporting workforce mobility and increasing time for patient care

The NHS COVID-19 staff digital passport proved its value during the pandemic, supporting staff movement across care systems. With unprecedented demand and pressures on the NHS and the people working for it, Read More

smart-health2022
Douglas Hamandishe

CCIO / Broadcaster & Presenter

Smart HealthSmart Health Keynotes

The NHS has challenged the status quo that is based on a traditional transactional approach to clinical software and the resulting workflows, that is, a system of record.Read More

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Samantha Robinson

Associate Director of Live Services

Smart HealthSmart Health Keynotes

Since the Covid-19 response accelerated the deployment of digital solutions in the health sector, our reliance on technology has never been greater. Read More

smart-health2022
Lee Rickles | John Mitchell

Yorkshire & Humber Care Record Programme Director & CIO | Associate Director of IT

Integrated CareRemote Patient Monitoring and Care Delivery

Any End of Life pathway is understandably difficult, with both Patients and Professionals needing as much support and empowerment as possible. Patients have the right to contribute to their end of life plan at any time, and updates Read More

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Kate Walker

ICS Digital Programme Director

Integrated CareICS Digital Strategy Development

• Why & how we formed
• What we did & what we learned
• Why this makes a difference

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Professor Graham Evans

Chief Information and Technology Officer/SIRO / Chief Digital Officer

Integrated CareICS Digital Strategy Development

As the largest of the 42 Integrated Care Systems (ICS) in England, for the North East and North Cumbria ICS, Digital Transformation is fundamental to improving the health outcomes for the people and population we serve, our digital strategy is all about the delivery.

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Alastair Allen

CTO

Integrated CareICS Digital Strategy Development

More data than ever is collected by, and on behalf of individuals, over a lifetime. Sharing organised and complete health data to generate insights for better health outcomes is the driving force behind improving health.Read More

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Dr Paula Bennett

Chief Nurse & CNIO

Integrated CareICS Digital Strategy Development

Over 140,000 patients each month are now accessed through the GM Care Record due to its accelerated rollout during the pandemic. Read More

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Shauna McMahon | Ian Maxfield

CIO | Associate Head of Geographic Intelligence and Mapping

Integrated CareDeveloping ICS Informatics and Analytics Skillsintegrated-care2022
Ruth Holland | Rony Arafin

Deputy CIO/ London Brand Lead | Head of Analytics/ COO

Integrated CareDeveloping ICS Informatics and Analytics Skills

Integrated Care Systems need forward-thinking data strategies to help deliver joined up care, improve population health and reduce health inequalities. Read More

integrated-care2022
Jim Hughes

Strategic Advisor – Digital Programmes

Integrated CarePopulation Health in Practice

The CIPHA (Combined Intelligence for Population Health Action) Programme was devised at the start of he COVID pandemic as a whole system intelligence response to support system wide and local resilience and on the ground Read More

integrated-care2022
Paul Charnley

Digital Lead

Integrated CarePopulation Health in Practice

Paul started work in NHS Information and IT in 1980 . Since then he has worked in a number of developments over the last 40 years that have resulted in progress towards being able to understand the health of populations from multiple angles. Read More

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Markus Bolton

CEO

Integrated CareIntegrated Care Keynotes

Markus Bolton will explore why the health and social care is at such a pivotal moment in the UK, with the development of ICSs cementing partnership and collaboration between organisations. Read More

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Guy Lucchi

Digital Innovation Director

Integrated CareIntegrated Care Keynotes

The pandemic has presented many challenges, but the opportunity for digital transformation in response has been a priority for the NHS, and it’s no different for the GM health and care system. Read More

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Daniel Hallen

Head of Digital Technology and Digital Urgent & Emergency Care

National PolicyPolicy in Practice

Following research in 2020/1, Daniel is returning to share some of his findings on the understanding of digital inclusion within NHS leadership. Read More

national-policy2022
James Balmain

CEO

National PolicyPolicy in Practice

Patient-led booking isn?t a one size fits all solution, but it could be a game changer for suitable patients. Deep integration with EPR will be vital to managing pathways safely and efficiently at scale. Read More

national-policy2022
David Newey

Deputy CIO

National PolicyPolicy in Practicenational-policy2022
Helen Thomas

CEO

National PolicyNational Policy Keynotes

An overview of the opportunities and challenges for Wales, and how collaboration and digitally-enabled transformation are key drivers for cultural change that will touch every aspect of health and care for staff and patients.

national-policy2022
Dr Nick Harvey

GP & Clinical Lead Digital First

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Primary Care

The last few years have seen a meteoric rise in digital services and many have been seen as a god-send in trying to meet demands during the pandemic. Read More

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Dr Marcus Baw

Freelance General Hacktitioner, Software Dev, Clinical Informatician

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Primary Care

Can Royal Colleges 3.0 deliver the tech standards and clinical digital tools we all need for modern practice? We explore the idea and the practicalities of Royal Colleges 3.0, with the example of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Digital Growth Charts

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Dr Phil Koczan

Clinical Lead for Shared Records and Primary Care Digital Transformation

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Primary Care

This talk will look at the benefits of providing patients with greater access to their GP record, the challenges and managing potential risks.

digital-transformation2022
Dr Minal Bakhai

Clinical Director for General Practice Transformation and Digital First Primary Care

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Primary Care

General practice has demonstrated with confidence our ability to deliver really transformative change at pace and going forward in 2022 we expect to see that continue as we support the recovery plan for patient care. Read More

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Arden Tomison

Founder & CEO

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Mental Health

After two close friends were sectioned Arden set about seeking to improve the care of those subject to the Mental Health Act.Read More

digital-transformation2022
Dr Miriam Grover | Breda Spillane | Bonnie Studd

Patients Know Best (PKB) Clinical Pathway Deployment Support Lead | Project Management Lead | Project Manager

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Mental Health

The Digital Recovery Platform is an integrated and interactive planning toolkit to support individuals with SMI to access support across organisations such as primary, secondary, social and voluntary care in order to plan and maintain their recovery.Read More

digital-transformation2022
Dr Lia Ali

Clinical Advisor

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Mental Health

The digital playbooks have been designed to surface best practice across a range of clinical scenarios and pathways to inspire digital transformation that will have the biggest impacts across the health and care system. Read More

digital-transformation2022
Mr Graham D. Smith | Dr Simon Wallace

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon & CCIO | CCIO

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Practice

Frimley Health Foundation Trust is currently replacing 200-plus legacy systems with a single Electronic Patient Record (EPR) system. In this talk, Frimley?s CCIO will update you on the latest project milestones and will explain why integrating speech-recognition technology is an integral part of this plan.

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Kanthan Theivendran

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Practice

We are developing openOutcomes as an industry leading electronic platform for the collection and use of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs), allowing community and secondary care providers to develop their own PROMs programmes. Read More

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Dr George Findlay

Chief Executive Officer

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Practice

Medway NHS Foundation Trust recently went live with its EPR, deploying in less than five months during a time when the trust was experiencing intense pandemic pressures.Read More

digital-transformation2022
Andy Carruthers

CIO

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation in Practice

Informative session on how the collaborative development of the Nervecentre EPR solution at Leicester’s hospitals is putting usability first. The case study will include:
• The journey to HIMSS 5 accreditation Read More

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Saffron Cordery

Deputy Chief Executive

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation Keynotes

A summary of the key messages we have heard from trust leaders during the Digital Boards programme and a reflection on the role digital is playing in recovery, capacity and demand, and transformation in the NHS. Read More

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Professor David Rosser

Chief Executive

Digital TransformationDigital Transformation Keynotes

Insights from University Hospitals Birmingham’s journey in to digitally transforming health and social care, including achievements so far and vision for the future.

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