2022 PROGRAMME

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National Policy

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A platform for senior healthcare figures to communicate strategy and progress. The National Policy Stage programme will focus on the challenges of digital leadership in the NHS, with inspirational international and UK keynotes, workshops and leadership masterclass sessions.
National Policy (Tuesday)
National Policy Keynotes
10:00 - 11:00

10:00-10:05
Welcome from the Chair

Jon Hoeksma - CEO, Digital Health
Speaker biography


10:05-10:25
Shaping the digitally enabled transformation of the NHS

Simon Bolton - Interim Chief Executive, NHS Digital
Speaker biography


10:25-10:45
Digital, data, technology and collaboration - at the heart of transforming care in Wales
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.


Helen Thomas - CEO, Digital Health and Care Wales
Speaker biography


10:45-11:00
Q&A

 
Digital Boards Panel with Tom Loosemore
11:30 - 12:30
The Digital Boards programme is delivered by NHS Providers in partnership with Public Digital and is supported by Health Education England and NHS England and NHS Improvement as part of their Digital Readiness Education Programme. In this session, led by Tom Loosemore partner at Public Digital, NHS board members will share their experiences of the programme and reflect on how the board is driving digital progress at their trusts.

11:30-11:35
Welcome from the Chair

Saffron Cordery - Deputy CEO, NHS Providers
Speaker biography


11:35-11:50
Digitising public services: Is health different?
Over the last two years Public Digital has been supporting the NHS Providers Digital Boards programme. In this short talk to set context for a panel discussion, Tom will provide some observations on the state of digital health in the NHS. He'll talk about the themes he's observed that are common across sectors, based on his experience of transformation across government retail and broadcast. He'll also focus on what's different and makes health special, and provide some thoughts on where the community and leadership should focus its energies to support an NHS fit for the internet era.


Tom Loosemore - Partner, Public Digital
Speaker biography


11:50-12:15
Panel discussion - Digital Boards development

Alex Whitfield - CEO, Hampshire Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography


Liz Romaniak - Director of Finance, Information and Estates/Facilities, Tees Esk & Wear Valleys NHS FT
Speaker biography


Liz Davenport - CEO, Torbay & South Devon NHS FT
Speaker biography



12:15-12:30
Q&A

 
Policy in Practice
14:00 - 14:45

14:00-14:05
Welcome from the Chair

Dr Ayesha Rahim - CCIO, Clinical Lead for Digital Mental Health, Transformation Directorate NHSE/I
Speaker biography

14:05-14:15
Bias in artificial intelligence

David Newey - Deputy CIO, The Royal Marsden NHS FT
Speaker biography


14:15-14:25
The opportunity for patient-led booking
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. Induction healthcare is shortly deploying integrated patient-led appointment booking at the Royal Free London. James will share the approach, some of the set-up challenges, the value of collaborating with both Cerner and Palantir and his thoughts on realising potential benefits.


James Balmain - CEO, Induction Healthcare Group PLC
Speaker biography

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14:25-14:35
Digital Inclusive Transformation and Leadership
Following research in 2020/1, Daniel is returning to share some of his findings on the understanding of digital inclusion within NHS leadership. Daniel will talk about some of the key findings that emerged from over 700 participants across the UK and Northern Ireland and how important digital inclusion is within our digital transformation agenda. Daniel will finally reveal the three key recommendations that the research presented to further successful digital transformation.

Daniel Hallen - Head of Digital Technology and Digital Urgent & Emergency Care, NHS England & Improvement – North West
Speaker biography


14:35-14:45
Q&A

 
Office of the CCIO Panel
16:30 - 17:30
As the role of clinical digital leaders continues to evolve, do we now need to think beyond individual leaders? This session will explore arguments for the development of an office of the CCIO to encompass the different specialities and disciplines who need to be involved.

16:30-16:35
Welcome from the Chair

Dr Ayesha Rahim - CCIO, Clinical Lead for Digital Mental Health, Transformation Directorate NHSE/I
Speaker biography


16:35-17:10
Panel discussion

Dr Simon Eccles - National CCIO, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


Dr Gareth Thomas - Deputy CCIO, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


Dr Anne Marie Cunningham - Associate Medical Director for Primary Care, Digital Health and Care Wales
Speaker biography


Ramandeep Kaur - Lead EPMA Pharmacist, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


Jane Wilson - CCIO, South West London ICS
Speaker biography


Dr Hiba Sher Khan - DCCIO, The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography


Dione Rogers - CNIO & Deputy Chief Nurse, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


17:10-17:30
Q&A

 
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Digital Transformation

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The Digital Transformation Stage is focused on delivering large scale digital transformation in health, drawing lessons from the UK and internationally through compelling keynote sessions, video case studies, together with more intimate masterclass and breakout group sessions. Incorporated into these packed two days will be sessions curated with virtual care, interoperability, cloud and mobile content.
Digital Transformation (Tuesday)
Digital Transformation Keynotes
09:30 - 10:45

09:30-09:35
Welcome from the Chair

Lisa Emery - CIO, Royal Marsden NHS FT
Speaker biography


09:35-09:55

Digitally transforming care in Birmingham and Solihull

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


Professor David Rosser - Chief Executive, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT
Speaker biography


09:55-10:05
Key reflections from the Digital Boards programme – what we have heard from trust leaders
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. The NHS Providers’ Digital Boards development programme is delivered in partnership with Public Digital and is designed to support trust boards in leading the digital transformation agenda. The programme is supported by Health Education England and NHS England and NHS Improvement as part of their Digital Readiness Education Programme.


Saffron Cordery - Deputy CEO, NHS Providers
Speaker biography


10:05 - 10:25
The Digital Hospital of things
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!


Professor Graham Evans - Chief Information and Technology Officer/SIRO, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS FT
Speaker biography

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10:25-10:45
Q&A

 
The Year of the Digital Profession
11:00 - 11:45
NHS digitisation depends on the digital workforce. The panel will set out how 2022 will be the year of the Digital Professional in the NHS and outline the initiatives now in place to support digital health professionalisation and the development of future talent.

11:00-11:05
Welcome from the Chair

Andy Kinnear - Executive Programme Advisor, CHIME International
Speaker biography


11:05-11:35
Panel discussion

Sonia Patel - System CIO & Director of Levelling Up, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


Lisa Emery - CIO, Royal Marsden NHS FT
Speaker biography


Andrew Griffiths - CEO, Fed-IP
Speaker biography


Jonathan Kay - Chair of Council, Faculty of Clinical Informatics
Speaker biography


Yinka Makinde - Director of Digital Workforce (Professionalisation and Capacity), NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


Tracey Eyre - Programme Lead – Nursing, Digital Readiness Education, HEE
Speaker biography


11:35-11:45
Q&A

 
Digital Transformation in Practice
12:15 - 13:00

12:15-12:20
Welcome from the Chair

Dr James Reed - CCIO, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS FT
Speaker biography


12:20-12:30
Case study: Successfully deploying a "Next Generation" Electronic Patient Record at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
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
• The next steps to HIMSS 6 accreditation
• Putting mobile first and usability at the centre using a modern single integrated system that is achieving high levels of adoption
• Focus on resilience and architecture – moving to a zero downtime platform


Andy Carruthers - CIO, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
Speaker biography

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12:30-12:40

A global first – how Medway NHS Foundation Trust became the first trust to deploy a brand new EPR in just five months, and what it means for its digital transformation

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. The EPR team were innovative and worked collaboratively across programme and clinical workflows, to achieve what our Chief Digital Officer called ‘the smoothest roll out [he’d] ever seen.’ It was also a global first – Medway were the first organisation to go live with the latest version of Allscripts Sunrise EPR, enriching the Allscripts blueprint for other trusts to follow in the future.

Given the incredible success of the project, Dr George Findlay, Chief Executive speaks about what it means for Medway’s wider digital transformation plans. As both CEO and a practising clinician, George is uniquely positioned to talk about the clinical and operational considerations around digital transformation, and how the trust views it as a cultural change rather than isolated business projects. For Medway, EPR deployment was a strategic objective through the pandemic, which explains why they committed to rolling out during a time of critical pressure. George will speak about how they were able to do it so quickly and smoothly, recording impressive measurable benefits just three weeks in.

As a central, strategic priority, the EPR deployment underpins much of the digital strategy for the trust going forward. Medway has joined East Kent and Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells who are also live with Allscripts, and George will discuss how together with neighbouring trusts, their EPR capabilities are contributing towards fully integrated care across the region. George will speak about the team and how it was structured, how they were able to achieve such quick success, learnings for other trusts, and how digital transformation is underpinning the trusts strategic direction.


Dr George Findlay - Chief Executive Officer, Medway NHS Foundation Trust, Medway NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


12:40-12:50

New open outcome transforming PROMs

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. The Government response to the report of the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety, published July 2021, states “Patient reported measures such as Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) and Patient Reported Experience Measures (PREMs) should become common currency in the assessment of the benefits and risks of current and new interventions” and ""Every interaction the patient has with a health service provider should be captured once only and by one or other data subset, ideally in the electronic health record. The NHS number should be included to enable those subsets to be linked. Commercial electronic options can be very costly for each NHS organisation with little opportunity to customise, evolve or expand. They often have a degree of vendor lock-in with inability to extract the stored data in a useful format, and little interoperability with existing I.T systems.

Instead of using commercial software, we can develop an open one collectively, reducing cost and delivering a best in class solution designed by its users. Developed in partnership with clinicians and PROMs experts, openOutcomes will be open source and based on open standards, as required by the NHS service standards. We have already completed approximately 25% of the development as a collaborative project run by a team of public, private and not-for-profit organisations, crowd funded by NHS organisations.

openOutcomes will increase compliance for completion of PROMs questionnaires by allowing patients to submit them via their mobile device or computer and include ability to automatically submit PROMs data to national registries with appropriate consent and permissions. Advanced reporting will allow outcomes to be evaluated at patient, clinician and population levels.


Kanthan Theivendran - Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sandwell & West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust
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12:50-13:00
How speech-recognition is supporting Frimley’s large-scale digital transformation plans
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.


Mr. Graham D Smith - Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon & CCIO, Frimley Health NHS FT
Speaker biography


13:00-13:15
Q&A

 
Digital Transformation in Mental Health
15:00 - 16:00

15:00-15:05
Welcome from the Chair

Dr James Reed - CCIO, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS FT
Speaker biography


15:05-15:15
Digital Playbook for 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. The Digital Playbook in Mental Health was tailored to the needs of people using mental health services by using methodology that allowed key stakeholders, including patients, staff and commissioners, to frame the structure and content of the playbook. Case studies cover everything from electronic prescribing and remote monitoring to patient held records and composable apps. Join us to hear more about our design-led approach, be inspired by speakers involved in two of the featured case studies and most importantly to contribute to the discussion on the direction for the planned updates to the playbook and the future of digital transformation in mental health


Dr Lia Ali - Clinical Advisor, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


15:15-15:25
A digital recovery platform for severe mental illness
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. The advantage of the platform is that it can be used by the patient as regularly as they like in any location. Service users with severe mental illness have stated that they value the fact that they can use it on a daily basis and at home or wherever they are as it helps them get through the day.


Dr Miriam Grover - Patients Know Best (PKB) Clinical Pathway Deployment Support Lead, East London NHS FT
Speaker biography


Breda Spillane - Design, Informatics, Evaluation and Strategic Engagement Lead (DIESEL), City and Hackney Psychological Therapies & Wellbeing Alliance & Patients Know Best Programme Lead, NEL ICS
Speaker biography


Bonnie Studd - Project Manager, The Advocacy Project & Lead for Primary Care, Patients Know Best
Speaker biography


15:25-15:35
EPMA in mental health: focus on prescribing and administering long-acting injections
South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust is the main provider of integrated mental health services in south west London. It is estimated that there are more than 47 million errors across the medication use process each year in England. The implementation of electronic prescribing and medicines administration (EPMA) in community mental health teams is known to be more difficult to achieve than implementation in inpatient settings. The aspiration was to introduce a robust community mental health EPMA solution that would help minimise medication errors and ‘near-miss’ events, improve eligibility and accuracy of prescriptions, instructions and patient identification: integrate care by bringing essential data together, improve patient care and patient experience, reduce costs/legal actions related to the processing and resolution of medication errors, and provide robust data to support research, audit and investigations.


Seema Shah - Deputy Chief Pharmacist , South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust
Speaker biography


Abz Salama - Advanced Specialist Information Pharmacist, South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust


15:35-15:45
Digitising the Mental Health Act
After two close friends were sectioned Arden set about seeking to improve the care of those subject to the Mental Health Act. Having been the first to launch a digital MHA Medical Recommendation form, supported DHSC with updating legislation to support digital forms, and working directly with the CQC, Arden will provide an update on what’s next for MHA Digitisation. The session will also explore the ethical considerations of MHA Digitisation and how Thalamos seek to embed Lived Experience by Design.

Arden Tomison - Founder & CEO, Thalamos
Speaker biography


15:45-16:00
Q&A

 
Digital Transformation in Primary Care
16:30 - 17:15

16:30-16:35
Welcome from Chair

Dr Paul Atkinson - CCIO designate, Gloucestershire ICS
Speaker biography


16:35-16:45
Transforming the model of general practice
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. During this session Dr Minal Bakhai will highlight the work being done to improve service design and integration of digital tools within general practice and with other primary care services, building on the transformative work started during the pandemic, and in particular the need to co-produce improvements with practices and patients if general practice is to embed digital transformation and improve capability.


Dr Minal Bakhai - Clinical Director for General Practice Transformation and Digital First Primary Care, NHS E&I
Speaker biography


16:45-16:55
Accelerating patient access to their GP records
This talk will look at the benefits of providing patients with greater access to their GP record, the challenges and managing potential risks.


Dr Phil Koczan - Clinical Lead for Shared Records and Primary Care Digital Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement.
Speaker biography


16:55-17:05
Royal Colleges 3.0
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


Dr Marcus Baw - Freelance General Hacktitioner, RCPCH/RCGP, GP, Baw Medical & Software Dev, Clinical Informatician, OpenHealthHub & Digital Health
Speaker biography


17:05-17:15
Perks and Pitfalls of Online Consultations
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. But what are the downsides? I will present our findings on video consultation services and bring some reflections on how we can understand their value in our systems better.


Dr Nick Harvey - GP & Clinical Lead Digital First, Sussex ICS
Speaker biography


17:15-17:30
Q&A

 
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Integrated Care

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The challenges of delivering joined up integrated care across the fragmented landscape of health and care remain huge. Drawing on the early experiences of leading Integrated Care Systems, Local Integrated Health and Care Records and other regional approaches the Integrated Care Stage will provide a series of video case studies and panel sessions on what has worked so far and where next on Connected Care.
Integrated Care (Tuesday)
Integrated Care Keynotes
09:30 - 10:30

09:30-09:35
Welcome from the Chair

Dr Gareth Thomas - Deputy CCIO, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


09:35-09:55
What ‘good’ looks like from an ICS perspective – aligning digital investment to deliver optimal benefits across an ICS footprint
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. More digital funding has been made available to support digital transformation, and in GM, we are pursuing a much more joined-up approach to distribution of funds to meet ICS priorities, aligned to levels of digital maturity across the footprint to address local challenges.


Guy Lucchi - Digital Innovation Director, Health Innovation Manchester and the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership
Speaker biography


09:55-10:15
Why Integrated Care Systems are going to transform the landscape for health and social care IT (and for everyone working with it)
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. Using real-life examples and insights, he will look at how and why data-driven IT solutions that cover the entire health and social care community will be key to their long-term success.


Markus Bolton - CEO, System C
Speaker biography

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10:15-10:30
Q&A

 
Population Health in Practice
11:00 - 11:45

11:00-11:05
Welcome from the Chair

Kate Walker - ICS Digital Programme Director, Suffolk & North East Essex ICS
Speaker biography


11:05-11:15
Integrated Care Systems – the last 40 years and the next 2
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. He has had practical experience of developing the digital platforms that support that insight in the NHS and the Middle East and will describe what has worked and what hasn’t. In looking towards the future he will outline some of the key questions he is facing in how to turn insight into action.


Paul Charnley - Digital Lead, Healthy Wirral Partners
Speaker biography


11:15-11:25
Population Health: Augmenting the current skill set
As population health begins to get mainstreamed as evidenced by the various policies on integrated care, there is a renewed opportunity to reimagine health and care. This will not only rely on at-scale digital platforms that deliver bespoke care for billions but an equal focus must be given to developing the workforce to think with the lens of population health management. As the healthcare landscape changes, so must the leadership teams of integrated care systems and new roles must emerge such as that of a chief population health officer.


Sukhmeet Panesar - Deputy Director, Strategy and Development, Data and Analytics, NHS E&I
Speaker biography


11:25-11:35
The CIPHA Programme – an approach to ICS population health management
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’ Public Health teams. The integrated data from 350 GP practices, 14 NHS Providers, 9 Local Authorities and Ambulance service was built and operational with IG in place in 90 days. CIPHA was the consistent and coherent platform for intelligence to support the pandemic and with University of Liverpool colleagues was the basis of the data to enable the first asymptomatic COVID mass testing programme and local events opening programme - both of which then informed UK Government national policy. In Cheshire and Merseyside ICS the programme has become mainstreamed in supporting the ICS population health objectives and a scaled transformation programme.. It has also expanded to develop a population health collaboration programme across 12 ICS (17 million population) to enable ICS to share learn and accelerate their population health and associated research capabilities.


Jim Hughes - Strategic Advisor - Digital Programmes, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


11:35-11:45
Q&A

 
Developing ICS Informatics and Analytics Skills
12:00 - 13:00

12:00-12:05
Welcome from the Chair

Catherine Dampney - Director of BI Innovation & Transformation, Strategy & Transformation, South West Central CSU
Speaker biography


12:05-12:15
Building clinical informatics and analytic capacity in a small community hospital

Sid Singh - CCIO, CMIO, George Eliot Hospital NHS FT
Speaker biography


12:15-12:25
Developing an ICS data strategy and capability to support local transformation
Integrated Care Systems need forward-thinking data strategies to help deliver joined up care, improve population health and reduce health inequalities. A major contributor to the success of ICSs will be their data capability and capacity both within their designated analytics teams, as well as the health and care workforce. This session explores the key components of ICS data strategies and the resources available to support ICSs to establish data and analytics capability.


Ruth Holland - Deputy CIO, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust & London Brand Lead, AphA
Speaker biography


Rony Arafin - Head of Analytics, NHS England & COO, AphA
Speaker biography


12.25-12:35
Humber Acute Strategic Review (HASR) – Using Geospatial technologies to ‘Paint the Picture’

Shauna McMahon - CIO, Northern Lincolnshire & Goole NHS FT
Speaker biography


Ian Maxfield - Associate Head of Geographic Intelligence and Mapping, NHS South, Central and West CSU
Speaker biography


12:35-13:00
Panel discussion

 
ICS Digital Strategy Development
14:00 - 15:00

14:00-14:05
Welcome from the Chair

Luke Readman - Regional Director of Digital Transformation, NHS London
Speaker biography


14:05-14:15
Greater Manchester Care Record and the ICS
Over 140,000 patients each month are now accessed through the GM Care Record due to its accelerated rollout during the pandemic. Not only is it providing more informed care and treatment for the 2.8m citizens of Greater Manchester, but it is becoming a major digital asset for the city-region that is helping to transform care pathways and delivering greater intelligence on the health and care needs of the population. The GM Care Record will become one of the core digital building blocks to support the development of the ICS in Greater Manchester.


Dr Paula Bennett - Chief Nurse & CNIO, Health Innovation Manchester
Speaker biography


14:15-14:25
Digital is gold, but good data is the new currency - a target architecture for Integrated Care Systems
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. New care models and locations will give rise to streams of data including behavioral, environmental and social, that must be integrated with clinical to provide holistic, personalised and predictive care. This session explores some of the challenges of transitioning to this emerging future state and what a target architecture to support this would like across an Integrated Care System


Alastair Allen - CTO, Better
Speaker biography


14:25-14:35
From isolation to integration
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.


Professor Graham Evans - Chief Information and Technology Officer/SIRO, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS FT
Speaker biography


14:35-14:45
Lessons from the East Accord – why, how and what makes good partnerships
• Why & how we formed
• What we did & what we learned
• Why this makes a difference


Kate Walker - ICS Digital Programme Director, Suffolk & North East Essex ICS
Speaker biography


14:45-15:00
Q&A

 
Remote Patient Monitoring and Care Delivery
15:15 - 16:15

15:15-15:20
Welcome from the Chair

Simon Noel - CNIO, Oxford University Hospital NHS FT
Speaker biography


15:20-15:30
BP@Home – paving the way for improving the management of long-term conditions and inequality.

Dr Heike Veldtman - General Practitioner, Thatcham Medical Practice & Joint Clinical Lead for Cardiology, Berkshire West ICP
Speaker biography


15:30-15:40
COVID Oximetry@Home – A integrated digital ecosystem for the identification, enrolment and monitoring of individuals most at risk of disease and complications.
Using population health to support clinical transformation, address inequalities and support personalised care.


Sharon Boundy - Associate Director - System Transformation, Frimley Health and Care ICS and Frimley Health FT
Speaker biography


15:40-15:50
The most difficult of pathways…..
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 need to be shared with all professionals involved in a patients care in order to ensure that they are fully empowered to support the patient. Where the information is not shared in time to support a decision then we let the patient down and this is unacceptable in the current age. The Challenge was to provide this key shared record set and really help patients at a time when available funds were extremely limited. Armed with little funding but a great deal of determination, Humber, Coast and Vale accepted the challenge to work with their services leads to deliver an Integrated EPaCCS solution to it’s care providers and ultimately connect the record set into it’s regional Shared Care Record.


Lee Rickles - Yorkshire & Humber Care Record Programme Director & CIO, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


John Mitchell - Associate Director of IT, Humber CCGs
Speaker biography


15:50-16:00
Q&A

 
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AI and Data

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The AI and Data Stage is the place to learn about the latest developments in AI, data and analytics, bringing together data scientists and researchers, clinicians and health IT professionals. Learn about the key emerging challenges and opportunities around research, and how leading organisations are harnessing new analytical and predictive capabilities to support patient care.
AI and Data (Tuesday)
AI & Data Keynotes
10:15 - 11:20

10:15-10:20
Welcome from the Chair

Professor Joe McDonald - Independent Consultant, Incisive
Speaker biography


10:20-10:35
Sharing insights into data and its use, trust with the public and the GPDPR programme
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. In this session, Dr Nicola Byrne will talk about the importance of ensuring that ambitious intentions for data don't outpace the public's understanding and expectations about how their data is being used, by whom and for what purposes. She will outline some of the key conditions that the public consistently tell us we must meet if we are to earn their trust, confidence and the 'social license' to use their data to support innovation, research and planning.


Dr Nicola Byrne - National Data Guardian, Health and Adult Social Care in England
Speaker biography


10:35-10:50
A new reality: Analytics and AI at the heart of the clinical workflow
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. Not only can we get a better systemic understanding of what is happening right now, but we can completely transform care pathways. The better insight we have and the quicker we can get to that insight, the quicker we can improve the detection of disease, develop new treatments, and deliver care - enabling rapid change and the ability to evidence the impact of that change. The ethical use of AI and analytics will not only enable us to make informed changes to the way we deliver services, but it will allow us to shift from looking at what happened in the past to predicting what will happen in the future. It is the key to moving from reactive care to proactive and personalised interventions.


Kristian Jones- Chief Analytics Officer, EMIS
Speaker biography

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10:50-11:05

Harnessing the power of data to drive recovery and transform the NHS

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. Join Ayub Bhayat to hear how the NHS can and is innovating and finding new solutions to enhance system transformation by better using data and technology to reshape health and care to recover against the backlog.


Ayub Bhayat - Director of Insight and Data Platform, NHS England & Improvement
Speaker biography


11:05-11:20
Q&A

 
AI in Action Case Studies
11:45 - 12:45

11:45-11:50
Welcome from the Chair

Ramandeep Kaur - Lead EPMA Pharmacist, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


11:50-12:00
Artificial Intelligence for Point-of-Care Heart Failure Screening
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." Until now, there were no quick, cheap, and consistently accurate point-of-care tests for heart failure. However, nearly all such patients would at some stage have had a stethoscope examination. Using electrocardiograms (ECGs) recorded by a smart stethoscope, artificial intelligence is able to perform the super-human task of identifying patients with heart failure. The AI technology has now been validated in over 1,000 NHS patients (Lancet Digital Health, 2022). Next comes the opportunity for deployment and evaluation within primary care clinical pathways, towards system-wide implementation of this potentially transformative technology.


Dr Patrik Bächtiger - Clinical Research Fellow in Digital Health, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Speaker biography


12:00-12:10
Making sure AI is safe for deployment

Mathew Watt - Senior Programme Manager, AI Imaging, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


12:10-12:20
UK National Pathology Imaging Co-operative: Infrastructure for development and deployment of artificial intelligence for cancer diagnosis
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. NPIC will create a National Vendor Neutral Archive for digital pathology, creating over 2.4 million images or 3 Petabytes of image data per year in a single centralised repository and serve as a platform for the NHS to innovate in digital pathology, AI, and beyond. I will describe the potential benefits of pathology digitisation, uses of artificial intelligence in pathology, and the infrastructure we are building to bring digital pathology and AI to the NHS.


Prof Darren Treanor - Consultant pathologist & Director of National Pathology Imaging Co-operative, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


12:20-12:30
Artificial intelligence on the clinical floor
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. This will outline how as a DGH with relatively limited resources got it start in AI and the different ways we have used it to enhance patient care. Using Brainomix as an example how AI can benefit patient care with a look AI solution in the pipeline. It will look at the potential obstacles that can get in the way of AI development and look at potential ways forward.


Dr Basab Bhattacharya - AI Lead, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


Dr Devesh Sinha - Lead Stroke Consultant & CCIO, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


12:30-12:45
Q&A

 
Building Trusted Research Environments
13:30 - 14:30

13:30-13:35
Welcome from the Chair

Professor Joe McDonald - Independent Consultant, Incisive
Speaker biography


13:35-13:45
North East and North Cumbria ICS Axym and Trusted Research and Evaluation Environment developments
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, new innovations and research. Axym builds upon existing ICS data infrastructure and provides a robust environment for local areas and organisations to collaborate. It supports partnership working across health and care and organisations including universities, public and third sector. It aligns with national support offers and direction, minimising duplication and supporting local requirements. The Trusted Research and Evaluation Environment (TREE) builds on Axym by providing a safe and secure environment for researchers and analysts to collaborate on healthcare challenges using common data.


I-Lin Hall - Head of Data and Digital Applications , NECS
Speaker biography


Mark Walsh - Portfolio Manager, AHSN for the North East and North Cumbria
Speaker biography


13:45-13:55
CIPHA – Rapid deployment of a TRE to support the pandemic response and beyond
The CIPHA project deployed a Trustworthy Research Environment to support Liverpool and Manchester Universities undertaking multiple research projects during the pandemic. This session will cover a high-level brief on the TRE architecture, data, governance and research projects undertaken in Cheshire and Merseyside. The session will finish with what’s next with Federated TRE across multiple ICSs – OpenSAFELY CIPHA.


Gary Leeming - Director, LCR Civic Data Cooperative, University of Liverpool
Speaker biography


Darryl Davies - Product Director, Population Health, Graphnet Health Ltd
Speaker biography


13:55-14:05
Seeing a FOREST through the TREs
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, Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) believes that Trusted Research Environments (TREs) are a key enabler to unlocking this potential. This talk will highlight the opportunities and challenges of building a resilient network of TREs to provide holistic and secure access to patient data across spatial, temporal and multi-modal scales; including the potential to link and augment this with related datasets, such as social and environmental determinants of health (what we have termed “FOREST” - Federated, Open, Resilient, Ecosystem of Secure TREs). While “interoperability” might not be sexy, this session will set out why it is crucial to realise the true ambition of TREs.


Dr Susheel Varma - Chief technology Officer (interim), Health Data Research UK
Speaker biography


14:05-14:30
Q&A

 
Scaling Up AI in the NHS
15:00 - 16:00
The challenge for AI in the NHS is about developing robust scalable platforms that enable AI and ML tools to be utilised within routine clinical practice. This session will explore one of the most exciting NHS-funded initiatives to develop such a platform.

15:00-15:05
Welcome from the Chair

Dr Haris Shuaib - Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS FT
Speaker biography


15:05-15:45
Panel discussion

Amadeus Stevenson - Data/Technology Lead, NHS AI Lab, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


Professor Sebastien Ourselin - Deputy Director, London AI Centre
Speaker biography


Dr Mark Gooding - Chief Scientific Officer, Mirada Medical Ltd
Speaker biography


Amy Nelson - Senior Research Associate, UCL Institute of Neurology


15:45-16:00
Q&A

 
No events available!

Smart Health

Sponsored By

Smart networks and infrastructure provide the essential foundations for digital health and care. Software, data and sensors are increasingly ubiquitous, and embedded into networked medical equipment and physical fabric of healthcare buildings and facilities. The Smart Health Stage explores the smart networks and IOT revolution now underway, with day two including a focus on cyber security.
Smart Health - Tuesday
Smart Health Keynotes
09:00 - 09:50

09:00-09:05
Welcome from the Chair

Amy Freeman - Director of Digital, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
Speaker biography


09:05-09:20
Keeping the lights on
Since the Covid-19 response accelerated the deployment of digital solutions in the health sector, our reliance on technology has never been greater. Our reliance will continue to increase as we embrace even more smart technologies. With this comes an even greater need to ensure that the support structures are there to prevent disruptions to service or to rapidly fix them when they occur. Join this session to hear about the lessons from supporting the national Covid services, all built rapidly to scale across the nation and to serve the public 24 hours a day.


Samantha Robinson - Associate Director of Live Services, NHS Digital
Speaker biography


09:20-09:35
The Modern, Modular EPR – Myth or Reality
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. In this session Douglas will explore the opportunity this challenge presents, what will be different and what are the measures of success. He will present a view to the future that establishes a digital environment to support clinicians.


Douglas Hamandishe - CCIO, Alcidion & Broadcaster & Presenter
Speaker biography

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09:35-09:50
Q&A

 
Digital passports with systems access capability- the future. Supporting workforce mobility and increasing time for patient care
10:30 - 11:15
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, there are several opportunities to further develop the passport and support an improved workforce experience and healthcare productivity. Join this session to learn about how local, regional and central multi-disciplinary teams are collaborating to implement new technologies which are transforming the onboarding experience and systems access journey for staff The session will provide clinical and operational perspectives of the existing pain points to staff movement across healthcare settings and how these impact patient care. Senior NHS leaders will elaborate upon the potential of the NHSE staff digital passport to enable digital initiatives aimed at resolving these issues. These include interoperable collaborative banks, digital staff passports and reducing the logon burden through new provisioning and systems access capabilities.

10:30-10:35
Welcome from Chair

Philip Graham - Digital Programme Director, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography


10:35-11:05
Panel discussion

Dr Dilshan Arawwawala - CCIO & Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Mid and South Essex NHS FT
Speaker biography


Andrew Temple - Senior Project Manager, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography


Cindy Kouris - Head of Workforce Information & Systems, Royal Berkshire NHS FT
Speaker biography


11:05-11:15
Q&A

 
Wearables and Sensors, Adoption at Scale
11:45 - 12:45

11:45-11:50
Welcome from Chair

Adrian Byrne - CIO, University Hospital Southampton NHS FT
Speaker biography


11:50-12:00
Diabetes Technologies: Innovations in to Practice
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, focussing on the rollout of intermittently scanned glucose monitors, and continuous glucose monitors for women in pregnancy. It will also cover how access to technologies may widen in the future.


Ben McGough - Programme Lead, NHS England
Speaker biography


12:00-12:10
Incorporating data from wearable sensors into routine clinical care: the view from the specialty diabetes clinic
Given the importance and complexity of glucose homeostasis in human physiology, it is clear that the successful glycaemic management of type 1 diabetes requires individualised support and advice from informed health care professionals using all the data sources that are available to them in order to offer constructive advice in order to “tailor” insulin therapy appropriately on a day by day and hour by hour basis. Historically standard medical records have not recorded many of these sources or indeed the decisions being made around insulin tailoring. Recent advances are presented which highlight the potential benefits that can be achieved when all the available data is used but which also raise novel questions around data interoperability and provenance in clinical care. These issues are central to the PRSB’s role in setting records standards and will be discussed.


Dr Iain Cranston - Consultant Physician, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


12:10-12:20
How can wearable technology support diabetes management in primary care?
A primary care perspective on some of the benefits and challenges involved with wearable technology and diabetes management. How can wearables be used for improved care and support planning.


Dr Neel Basudev - GP Principal & Diabetes Lead, CCG
Speaker biography


12:20-12:30
Connecting Patients and Carers to Their Data: Driving Digital Healthcare with Wearables
As the parent of someone living with Type 1 Diabetes, wearable sensors and devices deliver data streams that are essential for effective glucose management. Accessing your data in real-time can be empowering, act as an invitation to take control, and do something with that information. But the uninterrupted flow of information and alerts also have the potential to be overpowering without appropriate support and empathy.


Matt Guy - Parent Carer / Consultant Clinical Scientist, University Hospital Southampton NHS FT
Speaker biography


12:30-12:45
Q&A

 
Open Platforms and Standards. Where Next?
14:00 - 15:00

14:00-14:05
Welcome from Chair

Adrian Byrne - CIO, University Hospital Southampton NHS FT
Speaker biography


14:05-14:15
Beating cancer with an openEHR platform approach
Overview of the current journey and plans to modernise The Christie’s Electronic Health Record (EHR) using a modular open platform approach. The usage of the openEHR standard to separate the data layer and unify data in one patient-centric longitudinal record. Improving frontline cancer care and cancer research using digital, data & technology.


Phil Bottomley - Digital Strategic Lead, The Christie NHS FT
Speaker biography


14:15-14:25
Co-designing and Co-creating the open Modular Care Record (openMCR).
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. Our goal is to start an open healthcare revolution – a new model for producing, procuring and innovating healthcare technology within the NHS and beyond. The reason why this is so innovative is because for the first time we are combining three open principles - Open Source Code, Open Standards and Open Business model. Our aim is to change the paradigm, shift the mind-sets, on how software is developed, paid for and shared. This then reduces the barriers to entry, lifts digital maturity and democratises access to a high quality, flexible Modular Care Record system for those that cannot afford the current expensive monolithic systems.


Saroj Patel - Chief Digital & Information Officer, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust
Speaker biography


14:25-14:35
Standards in the wild
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, what standards are used ‘in the wild’ and how this drastically differs from perfection. Gary will also share his thoughts on OpenEHR, FHIR, HL7, IHE and other interoperability mechanisms that are used to join up health and care pathways


Gary McCallister - CTO, One London
Speaker biography


14:35-14:45
Mind The Gap
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


Mark Hunt - IT Development Manager, Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


14:45-14:55
The Trinity: Open Standards, Modular EPR and FHIR
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. The session will touch on interoperability and flow to support NHS organisations, the potential for application of Clinical Decision Support as well as the clinical perspective and expectations of an EPR.


Dr Paul Deffley - UK Chief Medical Officer, Alcidion
Speaker biography


Tom Scott - UK Commercial Director, Alcidion
Speaker biography


14:55-15:15
Q&A

 
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Digital Nursing


The Digital Nursing Summit, new for 2022, will focus on the fantastic range of work underway to ensure nurses at all levels take the lead in ensuring digital tools and services benefit all patients. The programme will showcase digital nursing leaders, teams and initiatives from across the NHS.

Digital Nursing
Digital Nursing Keynotes
10:00 - 10:45
Ruth May will open the inaugural Digital Nursing Summit at this year's Digital Health Rewired 2022, highlighting the importance of both digital and data in cementing the future of nursing practice in a digital world. She will be joined by a panel of experts as we consider the transformation of nursing practice and development of nursing leadership within the digital health agenda.

10:00-10:05
Welcome from the Chair

Professor Dame Hilary Chapman - Chair, Digital Nursing Oversight Board, NHS England
Speaker biography


10:05-10:20
Keynote speech

Ruth May - CNO, NHS England
Speaker biography


10:20-10:35
Panel discussion


Dr James Mountford - Director of Quality, Royal Free London NHS FT


Dr Natasha Phillips - CNIO, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


10:35-10:45
Q&A

 
Technology-Enabled New Pathways for Nursing Care
11:15 - 12:30
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. This is set to continue, with an acknowledgement of the need to significantly expand the use of virtual wards. Join our panel of experts as they explore new technology enabled pathways of nursing care.

11:15-11:20
Welcome from the Chair

Sara Nelson - Deputy CNIO, NHS Transformation Directorate


11:20-11:30
In discussion with...

Emily Wells - CNIO Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography


11:30-12:00
Panel discussion

James Bird - CNIO & Deputy Director of Nursing, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Speaker biography


Zoe Harris - Senior Delivery Manager, Digital Delivery Team, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


Sam Sherrington - Deputy Director Community Nursing, NHSE & I
Speaker biography

 
Supporting the Digital Transformation Journey: Guidance for Nursing on What Good Looks Like
12:45 - 13:45
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. Hear from representatives across primary, acute, community and mental health care discuss what the guidance and supporting knowledge base resources means to them and plans for implementation in a panel discussion followed by an open Q&A.

12:45-12:50
Welcome from the Chair

Andrea Lewis - Chief Nurse, Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography

12:50-13:00
Keynote speech

Sonia Patel - System CIO & Director of Levelling Up, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography

13:00-13:45
Panel discussion

Simon Noel - CNIO, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


Doug Stewart - Director of Digital Health, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust


Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas - Head of Blended Learning, Digital Learning and Development, Health Education England
Speaker biography

 
Harnessing Technology to Transform Nursing Practice
14:00 - 14:55
A compelling patient perspective will set the scene for a dynamic panel discussion around the significant benefits which could be achieved through standardisation of nursing documentation and the power of interoperability across the health and care system.

14:00-14:10
Welcome from the Chair

Helen Balsdon - Florence Nightingale Foundation Digital Leadership Fellow, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


14:10-14:25
Nothing About Us Without Us
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…


Emma Robertson - Patient Lead, PRSB
Speaker biography


14:25-14:40
Panel discussion

Laura Rogers - Digital Nurse Specialist, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


Paula Anderson - CNIO, University College London Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography


Frances Beadle- National Clinical Informatics Lead Nursing, Digital Health and Care Wales
Speaker biography


14:40-14:50
Q&A

 
Networking and Nursing Leadership in Digital Healthcare
15:15 - 16:00
Unlock the power of networking and immerse yourself in a culture of leadership and innovation. This roundtable discussion will explore the benefits of establishing a community of shared interest, support and learning; with contributions from established digital nursing networks that are leading the way.

This session will focus on the benefits of collating a community of support, shared learning and a united vision.

15:15-15:20
Welcome from the Chair

Jo Dickson - Chief Nurse, NHS Digital
Speaker biography


15:20-15:45
Panel discussion

Sarah Hanbridge - Chair, CNIO Advisory Panel
Speaker biography


Louise Cave - Member, The Shared Decision Making Council
Speaker biography


Claire Büchner - Chair FCI, Nursing & Midwifery SIG
Speaker biography


Antonia Brown - Chair, SystmOne Community User Group, Cross Trust
Speaker biography


Frances Beadle - Chair, BCS Group
Speaker biography


15:45-16:00
Q&A

 
Celebrating Digital Nursing Successes
16:30 - 17:30
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.

16:30-16:35
Welcome from the Chair

Mark Radford - Chief Nurse, HEE


16:35-16:45
FNF Digital Scholarship Journey

Lisa Ward - Associate Director of Nursing (Patient Safety & Governance) & CNIO, County Durham and Darlington NHS FT
Speaker biography


Holly Carr - Florence Nightingale Fellow, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


16:45-16:55
Shuri Digital Scholarship Journey

Elise Dagny Pabriaga - Research Nurse, Barts Health Vaccine Trial Centre
Speaker biography


Star Tshabalala - Digital Nurse Specialist , Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
Speaker biography


16:55-17:05
Topol Digital Scholarship Journey

Dr. Roxanne Crosby-Nwaobi - Lead Nurse for Research/NIHR ICA Clinical Lecturer, NIHR Clinical Research Facility, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


17:05-17:15
Digital Academy Digital Scholarship Journey

Sarah Newcombe - CNIO, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


Hayley Grafton - CNIO, The Royal Marsden NHS FT
Speaker biography


17:15-17:30
Closing remarks

Dr Natasha Phillips - CNIO, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography
 
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Best Practice


Showcase combining sponsored speaker slots, mixed with open call sessions from the NHS. Come and see the great work that your peers are doing and be there to ask and learn from their achievements.

Best Practice (Tuesday)
Session 1
10:25 - 11:00

10:25-10:30
Welcome from the Chair

Rebecca Hughes - Director of Business Development, PRSB
Speaker biography

10:30-10:35
How confident are you that your medical devices and other IoT assets are secure and compliant?
Learn how to simply meet and exceed 2022 DSPT requirements around medical device and IoT security with an automated next-generation approach. Core to Cloud and Cylera’s goal is to optimize its solution to meet the specific needs of the NHS and the safety of its patients. The platform is an automated solution which passively monitors the network to perform asset discovery, vulnerability management, network segmentation, threat detection and operational analytics. Join Richard for a high level informative on our practical approach.


Steve Brigden - Head of Cylera UK, Cylera
Speaker biography

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10:35-10:40
Office for Digital Health at NICE
NICE is a renowned and respected expert in health technology assessment and has previously developed evidence standards for digital health technologies. The Office for Digital Health (ODH) at NICE is accelerating efforts to deliver innovative digital solutions to the health and care system. Workstreams within the ODH include an updated Evidence Standards Framework incorporating AI technologies, the Innovative Devices Access Pathway, Topic Intelligence and Contingent Approval. NICE is a key partner in the formation of the Multi-Agency Advisory Service for AI technologies and supports the NIHR AI Awards. NICE aims to provide national leadership on evaluation of digital health technologies.


Fatema Jessa - Chief Pharmaceutical Officer’s Clinical Fellow, NICE
Speaker biography


10:40-10:45
Virtual Patient - digital training for healthcare professionals. Video bot for doctors to train dialogues with patients
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. Greg will share with a case study about solution for healthcare professionals to train dialogues with patients. Online platform, in the form of a video bot, which provides educational materials as well as role-play training to simulate dialogues powered by Microsoft Cognitive Services (AI).


Greg Kałucki - CCO, Advisor – Digital Health Products and Services, NoA Ignite
Speaker biography

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10:45-10:50
Developing an improvement-focused quality management system using Microsoft Power BI
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. The organisation has been on an improvement journey for almost 10 years now with a sound improvement infrastructure. However, trying to apply this sort of thinking to business-as-usual data reporting has proven challenging. Through our Analytics project, we have been able to develop sophisticated quality management systems on Microsoft Power BI with an Improvement focus at the heart. We have been able to custom build statistical process control (SPC) charting software to add an extra layer of predictive and improvement analytics to our data.


Mohammad Forid Alom - Strategic Lead for Information Analytics, East London NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography

Thomas Nicholas - Associate Director for Business Intelligence, East London NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


10:50-11:00
Q&A

 
Session 2
11:10 - 11:45

11:10-11:15
Welcome from Chair

Charlie McCay - Non-Executive Director, PRSB


11:15-11:20
Sharing diagnostic information across boundaries
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. Providing such an interoperable network will save clinical teams valuable time as they will no longer need to contact neighbouring providers for recent investigation results. Patients can be treated more efficiently as results can be checked regardless of where they were performed. By removing data silos previously inaccessible to the clinician, ICE provides an enhanced picture of the patient’s diagnostic journey by delivering a consolidated view of results for the patient from all care-settings.


Paul Cameron - Account Director, CliniSys
Speaker biography

Sponsored By



11:20-11:25
Clinical data management at UK kidney transplant centres: complex, chaotic, creative
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. However, there is currently little understanding of the front-line use of IT at UK transplant centres. This limits digital transformation strategies, and –in turn— improvement of care and outcomes. We have undertaken a regional data journey modelling exercise, a national interview study and codesigned a prototype solution. We identified that digital transformation should focus on the need to surface patient data across organisational boundaries and provide speciality-specific views that complement workflow. We conclude how regional interoperability remains the priority to support tertiary services.


Videha Sharma - PhD Health Informatics, University of Manchester & Topol Fellow
Speaker biography


11:25-11:30
NHS Private Cloud Collaboration - Success in the Field
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). Teknicor’s hands-on experience working with hospitals in the UK has shown that these private cloud collaborations between hospitals are a particularly interesting approach, delivering balanced results, especially in the areas of security, compliance/governance and efficiency. We welcome the opportunity to share a particular success story with you, involving Alder Hey Children’s, Liverpool Women’s and the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.


Ron Miles - Vice President, UK, Ireland, EMEA, Teknicor
Speaker biography

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11:30-11:35
Keeping people at the centre: Being a Digital Aspirant Plus Innovator
Healthcare is complex, particularly collaborating as a system partnership with people, carers and multiple providers towards more integrated, preventative and personalised approaches. Access and management of real-time data to support decision-making, insights and planning, is critical to effective health delivery. Telling your story once and having a single joined-up electronic record to ensure safe and effective care, is a must. As a Digital Aspirant Plus Innovator we have an opportunity to co-design and optimise the usability of our electronic health record; to create a persistent data layer allowing us to connect with partners and deliver the best, informed care; and to develop national blueprints for others to follow.


Mark Kenny - Strategic Transformation Lead & Head of Healthtech, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS FT
Speaker biography


11:35-11:45
Q&A

 
Session 3
11:55 - 12:30

11:55-12:00
Welcome from Chair

Katya Masconi-Yule - Head of the Digital Pioneer Fellowship, Accelerator Programme Manager, DigitalHealth.London
Speaker biography


12:00-12:05
Automating Oslo – How Advanced Content Management Is Paving the Way For AI
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. Collaboration among different specialties has increasing importance and having the right information at the right time is crucial when delivering optimised patient care. Olympus’ hospital-wide medical content management solution connects healthcare teams with clear visual information and collaborative insights across a wider healthcare environment. Together with Oslo University Hospital, Olympus has developed an automatic mechanism of labelling and editing recorded procedures to support standardisation, in addition to improving the learning curve. This best practice talk shares both insights of the co-development project, as well as a glimpse in to how these data-driven solutions set the foundation for future AI technologies.


Will Wright - Director, Global Commercialization, Olympus
Speaker biography

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12:05-12:10
Satellites, AI and unpaid carers
The Connected Health Care Project asks if satellite connectivity is possible, feasible, usable and adequate for the delivery of mental health care, diabetes care, clinical education and accessing unpaid carers in remote communities. The presentation will focus on the unpaid carers project, which is testing if Natural Language Processing, a form of AI, can theme and code data in real-time. A dashboard of Findings will be accessed via satellite connectivity, which is thought will be of use to clinicians and social care providers to support unpaid carers.


Gwynedd Williams, MPH - Research Fellow, Falmouth University
Speaker biography

Madi Stephens - Clinical Research Fellow, Falmouth University
Speaker biography

Sally Burley - Mobile Solutions Specialist - The 3rd Degree
Speaker biography

12:10-12:15
5 High Impact Digital Health Initiatives
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 lives and have a better experience of the care system when they need help, but so often the technology we use does not deliver on its promises. This is less about the technology and more about understanding the needs of people using and delivering services, designing the sort of holistic services we demand as consumers and making sure we always deliver value. What we in Channel 3 call, better digital.


Paul Henderson - Partner, Channel 3 Consulting
Speaker biography

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12:15-12:20
#Callme
#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, we have shown that approx. 30% wish to use an alternative - an abbreviation, a middle name or a formal address or something completely different. This simple BMJ Award winning digital innovation has significant implications – from simple respect and kindness, through to correcting unintentional devastating errors in communication with vulnerable groups. #CallMe is a digital innovation which is our standard of care.


Dr Michael McCabe - Consultant Anaesthetist, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography

Keith Wilson - Digital Innovation Programme Manager, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


12:20-12:30
Q&A

 
Session 4
15:00 - 15:35

15:00-15:05
Welcome from the Chair

Katya Masconi-Yule - Head of the Digital Pioneer Fellowship, Accelerator Programme Manager, DigitalHealth.London
Speaker biography


15:05-15:10
Unlocking Clinical Data for Research
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. We are able to surface this data so that solutions such as Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence can be used to drive improved and innovative clinical research and analytics. Our session will cover some of the projects we are working on with our clients and their respective use cases in areas such as smoking cessation, sepsis and venous thromboembolism.


Simon Evans - Managing Director, Nautilus Consulting Limited
Speaker biography

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15:10-15:15
Leva Clinic - Online Pain Management Clinic
At Leva Clinic we aim to improve the health and wellbeing of people living with chronic pain. In November 2020, we launched the UK's first online pain clinic (CQC registered). Our patients receive a personalised care plan from their dedicated multidisciplinary team (including a doctor, nurse, clinical psychologist and physiotherapist). Our digital pain management app supports patients in self-management of their pain, with a health coach where support is needed. The company was selected as UK Department of International Trade's 25 'One's to Watch' for Digital Health, and a finalist for Tech Nations Diversity and Inclusion Award 2021. In 2022 Leva Clinic was awarded an NHSx Adoption Fund Award for scaling pain management services.


Dr Mala Mawkin - Head of Market Development, Leva Clinic
Speaker biography


15:15-15:20
The Power of Digital Identity: Solving Healthcare IAM challenges
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. At the heart of this evolution is the requirement for effective management of digital identity so that healthcare systems remain safe, secure and efficient. As the leading provider of IAM solutions to the NHS, Imprivata helps support the adoption of digital solutions, future ICS strategy, and the challenges of efficient workflow, security, and compliance. Join Imprivata’s Senior Solutions Marketing Manager, Andy Wilcox as he discusses: - The importance of Digital Identity in the modern healthcare environment - The Imprivata Digital Identity Framework and maturity model - Examples of innovation in identity access management to meet emerging requirements


Andy Wilcox - Senior Solutions Marketing Manager, Imprivata
Speaker biography

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15:20-15:25
Walking the walk: making co-design a reality in app development
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.


Helena Painting - Head of Software Development, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS FT
Speaker biography


15:25-15:35
Q&A

 
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National Policy

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The National Policy and Keynote Stage is the home of our must-see keynote sessions, where you can catch national and local leaders sharing the latest policy and investment updates, with subjects covering lessons from the pandemic, NHS recovery, the Health and Care Bill 2021, data strategy and integrated care.
National Policy (Wednesday)
International Keynotes
09:30 - 10:15

09:30-09:35
Welcome from the Chair

Jon Hoeksma - CEO, Digital Health
Speaker biography


09:35-09:50
The future is our present. Digital tech and where next?
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, healthcare professionals and systems to secondary and specialized care. Drawing on Kry’s pan-European healthcare experience across five markets, find out how digital health is now going beyond primary care to offer better patient choice and convenience, as well as highlighting future trends to drive low cost, high value care.


Dr Monika Gratzke - Global Medical Director, KRY
Speaker biography


09:50-10:05
Giant Ambitions
Northern Ireland is setting the UK’s most ambitious Digital vision for Health and Social Care, and is quietly getting on with delivering it. Sure, this COVID thing has been a bit of a distraction, but come and hear Dan talk about the goals, tribulations and journey towards a Digital HSC (….. that’s the NHS in Northern Ireland, for anyone who doesn’t know).


Dan West - Chief Digital Information Officer, Department of Health - Northern Ireland
Speaker biography


10:05-10:15
Q&A

 
National Policy Keynotes
10:45 - 12:00

10:45-10:50
Welcome from the Chair

Jon Hoeksma - CEO, Digital Health
Speaker biography


10:50-11:10
Session title to follow

Dr Tim Ferris - Director of Transformation, NHS E&I
Speaker biography


11:10-11:30
The Future of Digital in the NHS: national policy, local delivery, and the tech to make it happen

Frank Hester OBE - Founder and CEO, TPP
Speaker biography

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11:30-11:50
Session title to follow

Matthew Taylor - CEO, NHS Confederation
Speaker biography


11:50-12:00
Q&A

 
Project Apollo: London's NHS digital transformation moonshot
12:15 - 13:15
Project Apollo is the hugely ambitious digital transformation initiative across Guy’s and St Thomas’ and Kings, underpinned by a shared Epic EMR. Hear from the Professors Ian Abbs and Clive Kay, the CEOs of these leading trusts, about why Project Apollo is so vital to the future of healthcare in London.

12:15-12:20
Welcome from the Chair

Jon Hoeksma - CEO, Digital Health
Speaker biography


12:20-13:00
Panel discussion

Beverley Bryant - CDIO, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS FT & King's College Hospital NHS FT
Speaker biography


Professor Ian Abbs - CEO, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS FT
Speaker biography


Professor Clive Kay - CEO, King's College Hospital NHS FT
Speaker biography


13:00-13:15
Q&A

 
Policy into Practice Case Studies
13:45 - 14:45

13:45-13:50
Welcome from the Chair

Euan McComiskie - Health informatics Lead, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Speaker biography


13:50-14:00
2022: Starting at home, a new integrated health and care service
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. Top of the list was post-war recovery and welfare of the people. Seventy-seven years later we're in crisis again, not because of war, but years of pressures magnified by a pandemic. It's hard to disagree with policies trying to make things better, but in 2022 where do we start? CGI believes a new model of healthcare starting at home can establish a sustainable integrated service for the next eighty years.


Justene Ewing - Vice President Health and Care, UK & Australia, CGI
Speaker biography

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14:00-14:10
Fast-acting medicine: implementing EPMA at scale and pace
NHS Scotland is introducing hospital electronic prescribing and medicines administration across all NHS Boards. As one of the largest health organisations in Europe, NHSGGC faces challenges and opportunities when introducing digitally enabled clinical practice change at scale and pace. By planning thoroughly and adopting novel approaches to implementation, NHSGGC's rollout is proceeding successfully and on schedule. We will share how we've tackled these challenges and what we've learned along the way.


Alastair Bishop - eHealth SDPM - Safer Medicines, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
Speaker biography


14:10-14:20
Could greater patient engagement help with more efficient management of the backlog?
With waiting lists now at record levels, it is increasingly important that we are able to engage effectively with patients to ensure that we understand their patient’s needs and preferences, and that where possible, we are able to offer services to help the patient actively managing their condition during the waiting period. In other words, we need to provide patients with the sort of regular communication and touchpoints that are common in their dealings with commercial enterprises. Patients need to know an estimated timeline, be updated when a firmer idea of admission is in place, and – importantly – maintain a dialogue throughout their elective care journey, ensuring they are able to contact the right clinician at the right time in the event of a query, quickly and efficiently. Enabling this level of communication, keeping patients updated on their journey through the system. would help the NHS more efficiently address the backlog. The software that could help support it is already well established in other sectors: the customer relationship management (CRM) system. Introducing this to healthcare would not mean ripping out existing IT systems such as patient administration systems or electronic patient records. Instead, the patient engagement layer it sits seamlessly on top of other systems, pulling information in where necessary and sharing it where helpful. That means we believe organisations can quickly implement the software that will underpin a fundamental change in patient communication, with all the attendant benefits of that for patients and for the system.


Jane Tyacke - Director of Strategy & Business Development , Salesforce
Speaker biography

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14:20-14:30
Supported self-care and empowering patients effectively: combining personalised care and AI driven Population Health to reduce care demand and improve patient outcomes
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, using AI, HN has helped ICSs to identify people with worsening health conditions in real-time and provide them with the right anticipatory and personalised care. HN will discuss their randomised controlled trial with the Nuffield Trust which highlights how this method has been able to reduce demand for care, improve quality of life for patients, and even reduce mortality. Discover how these preventative care pathways can help ICSs reduce demand on primary and acute services while helping people stay healthier for longer.


Professor Alf Collins - Clinical Director, Personalised Care Group, NHS England
Speaker biography


Mark England - CEO, HN
Speaker biography


14:30-14:45
Q&A

 
Digital Patient Safety Leadership Panel
15:15 - 16:15
Digital systems offer huge potential to improve clinical safety, but they can also lead to unintended harms. In this leadership panel Dr Aidan Fowler, national director of patient safety, will be joined by colleagues to explore where next on digital clinical safety.

15:15-15:20
Welcome from Chair

Simon Noel - CNIO, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


15:20-15:55
Panel discussion

Dr Aidan Fowler - National Director of Patient Safety, NHS Improvement & Deputy CMO, Department of Health and Social Care
Speaker biography


Dr Kelsey Flott - Deputy Director for Patient Safety, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


Ann Slee - Associate CCIO (Medicines), NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


15:55-16:15
Q&A

 
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Digital Transformation

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The Digital Transformation Stage is focused on showcasing the best examples of how digital is enabling health service transformation at scale in the NHS and internationally. Learn lessons from NHS CEOs and other systems leaders who will share their experiences of implementing successful digital transformation programmes.
Digital Transformation (Wednesday)
Digital Transformation Keynotes
09:30 - 10:15

09:30-09:35
Welcome from the Chair

Dr James Reed - CCIO, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS FT
Speaker biography


09:35-09:50
Clinical perspective on digital transformation and integration in the NHS
Effective leadership, engagement and participation by clinicians is essential to the successful transformation of health and care services. Building on the lessons and most notable successes of the pandemic response, this keynote will discuss how clinicians can contribute to transformation at all levels of the system, and how digital technologies will support effective integration and the delivery of improved outcomes, experience and safety for patients, carers and citizens.


Professor Jonathan Benger CBE - Chief Medical Officer, NHS Digital
Speaker biography


09:50-10:05
What does Transformation look like when everything is transforming around you?

Eileen Jessop - CDIO, Headquarters Defence Medical Services
Speaker biography


10:05-10:15
Q&A

 
Digital Transformation Case Studies
11:00 - 12:00

11:00-11:05
Welcome from Chair

Chair tbc


11:05-11:15
Personalised Outpatients: A manifesto to deliver the future
Personalised Outpatients is the key to managing demand and supporting elective recovery. It’s so much more than just Patient Initiated Follow Up (PIFU). It empowers informed patients to take a pro-active role in their care management whilst allowing clinicians to focus on the patients that need it them most. Digital first personalised outpatients means care can be delivered regardless of setting. We can remove unnecessary appointments and administrative procedures and provide accessible timely data to future-proof care delivery, across health systems.


Tom Whicher - CEO, DrDoctor
Speaker biography


11:15-11:25
Digitalisation of clinical trials
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. Together with the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), RMH houses the only Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) dedicated specifically to cancer in the UK and operates across three clinical trial centres employing 400 FTE. Faced with growing storage facility costs and needing to satisfy the audit demands of MHRA and FDA for a more efficient, more secure and more auditable process- the clinical research team at RMH decided to search for a digital system that also delivered easier working across sites, enabled remote working and provided capability for metrics. RMH teamed up with Hyland to design and create a solution based on the OnBase content management platform and have now gone live with electronic clinical trial management. AKA “BoB”


Lisa Emery - CIO, The Royal Marsden NHS FT
Speaker biography


Ernest Redwood-Sawyerr - Digital Transformation Systems Manager, The Royal Marsden NHS FT
Speaker biography

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11:25-11:35
The role of ICSs in creating the space for joined up conversations around digital
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, of sectors and clinical specialities in order to join up the end to end customer journey. Topics discussed include how to work at Scale and Place and how we use data, innovation and digital to radially change the dial and outcomes for people.


Katherine Church - Chief Digital Officer, Surrey County Council and Surrey Heartlands ICS
Speaker biography


11:35-11:45
Creating a Culture for Change
This session will explore the challenges of delivering digital transformation and the cultural change needed across the system and regions to ensure it success. The key topics covered in the session, we will explore the importance of inclusivity, patient centricity and emotional connectedness as key attributes to successful adoption. This requires cultural change at all levels to deliver sustained change.


Jas Cartwright - Director of Continuous Improvement, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


Mark Chandiram - Client Director, NHS, Computacenter
Speaker biography

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11:45-12:00
Q&A

 
Digital Transformation in Ambulance Services and Unplanned Care
12:15 - 13:15

12:15-12:20
Welcome from Chair

Professor Louise Hicks - CNIO and Director of Development, Barts Health NHS Trust
Speaker biography


12:20-12:30
The Welsh Ambulance Service - More than just Blue Lights
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. This session will cover how the Trust is planning to leverage its broad reach to change the way in which Welsh Urgent and Emergency Care is delivered, with partnership and Digital transformation at its heart.


Andy Haywood - Director of Digital, Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust
Speaker biography


12:30-12:40
Ambulance services - is the patient breathing?
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. YAS is one of 10 Ambulance Trusts in England and 13 across the UK. With a fleet of over 600 vehicles, 73 ambulance stations, 3 call centres and over 6,500 staff, the underpinning resilient technology required to provide urgent and emergency care is simple and yet highly complex at the same time. How do we use technology to respond to critical incidents in a target time of 7 minutes and manage the resulting patient data and the transfer to an Acute ED?


Simon Marsh - CIO, Yorkshire Ambulance NHS FT
Speaker biography


12:40-12:50
Our Digital Journey - From Pirate to Pioneer
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. In this session, we will share our experiences on the digital transformations that we have implemented and the benefits we are beginning to see. We will also share an overview for what is coming up on our horizon – Not all treasure is silver and gold.

Jonny Sammut - Deputy CIO & Head of Digital Intelligence & Analytics - North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Speaker biography


12:50-13:00
NHS Digital enabling the sharing of records with Paramedics for safer patient 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. This is available on the road via iPads using biometric authentication, removing the need for Smartcards, passwords etc. The NRL has increased the number of records available by 800% in the last year with over 360K records available and this is growing every month. We now have 4 of the 10 ambulance services viewing records and another 3 in the process of onboarding with iPads, Windows 10 Tablets and desktop devices. We will be focusing on direct integration via 1-Click in the next financial year and linking in with ICS and Shared Care Records as well as increasing the number of record types and consumers


Karen Akehurst - Senior Business Analyst, NHS Digital
Speaker biography


Nigel Wong - Paramedic and Business Support Manager, London Ambulance Service
Speaker biography


13:00-13:15
Q&A

 
Digital Transformation in Nursing
14:00 - 15:00

14:00-14:05
Welcome from Chair

Sarah Hanbridge - CCIO, The Christie NHS FT
Speaker biography


14:05-14:15
Digital Transformation of Midwifery
“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. Jules Gudgeon, National Digital Midwife lead for Maternity will share the journey of this award winning network and the lessons learnt along the way, highlighting the significant need for robust digital leadership underpinning any digital transformation.


Jules Gudgeon - National Digital Midwife Lead for Maternity, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


14:15-14:25
The Welsh Nursing Care Record
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. The project team at Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW) worked closely with Clinical Informaticists and multi-disciplinary groups to standardise and digitise core nursing documentation and risk assessments and develop an application that met the needs of nursing across Wales.

The project aimed to: develop and implement an integrated digital platform to support standardised nursing documentation across all patient populations; improve patient safety and reduce harm by providing clinical decision support at the point of assessment and documentation; increase efficiencies and improve outcomes in the management of patients by improvement of documentation, in line with recommendations by Healthcare Inspectorate Wales, 2014, Healthcare Inspectorate Wales, 2013, Trusted to Care (2014) and internal organisations audits ,and automate secondary audit data collection based on guidelines determined by NHS Wales nursing leadership and Welsh Government. Since 19th April 2021, five health boards and trusts in Wales are live with WNCR: Hywel Dda, Velindre, Swansea Bay, Powys and Cwm Taf Morgannwg.

The key achievements include nationally standardised nursing language and evidence-based multidisciplinary risk assessments across NHS Wales; iIncreased collaboration across Wales from health boards and multidisciplinary specialties nationally supporting evidenced based care; increased compliance and timeliness of documentation and risk assessment completion, increasing patient safety due to real time identification of risk and improved communication of patient care to wider multidisciplinary team Improved ownership of documentation by nursing staff. It also achieved simplified and reduced duplication of documentation increasing nursing satisfaction by minimising repetitive questioning and workload. Increased patient centred questions; improved audits and reduction in time spent manually auditing and increased adoption of technology by nursing based on user centred design. Reduction of paper documentation and costs of paper.


Frances Beadle - National Clinical Informatics Lead Nursing, Digital Health and Care Wales
Speaker biography


Claire Bevan - SRO Digitisation of Nursing Documentation project NHS Wales, NHS Wales (Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust)
Speaker biography


14:25-14:35
ePMA and Advanced Clinical Documentation
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, medications administration and advanced clinical documentation across the four hospitals at Barts Health with implementation in 127 areas over 90 days. The importance of teamwork, shared goals and brand, leadership and generating participation across busy clinical areas is discussed with a few fun tips to help stimulate creativity in our digital transformation activity.


Professor Louise Hicks - CNIO and Director or Development, Barts Health NHS Trust
Speaker biography


14:35-14:45
Revolutionising tissue viability nursing practice through the use of digital technology
Debbie Wickens talks about how embracing digital technology transformed practice within a busy Tissue Viability Team


Deborah Wickens - Lead Nurse Harm Free Care, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


14:45-15:00
Q&A

 
Topol Digital Fellowship: Clinical Digital Transformation in Action
15:30 - 16:20
The prestigious Topol Digital Fellowships provide health professionals with time, support and training to lead digital health transformations. In this session you’ll learn from Topol Fellows, who will share their experiences and the support they have received to deliver clinical digital initiatives.
15:30-15:35
Welcome from Chair

Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas - Head of Blended Learning, Digital Learning and Development, Health Education England
Speaker biography


15:35-15:40
Panel discussion

Videha Sharma - Topol Digital Health Fellow, University of Manchester
Speaker biography


Caroline Kilduff - Ophthalmology Specialty Trainee, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS FT
Speaker biography


Helen Robson - Clinical Integration and Transformation Lead, Connect Health
Speaker biography


Claire Lambie - CNIO, NHS Gloucestershire CCG
Speaker biography


16:05-16:20
Q&A

 
Where Next in the CNIO Role?
16:45 - 17:30

16:45-16:50
Welcome from the Chair

Jo Dickson - Chief Nurse, NHS Digital
Speaker biography


16:50-17:20
Panel discussion

Sarah Hanbridge - Chair, CNIO Advisory Panel
Speaker biography


Sarah Newcombe - CNIO, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


Euan McComiskie - Health Informatics Lead, The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Speaker biography


17:20-17:30
Q&A

 
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Integrated Care

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Integrated care Systems are evolving fast, exploring new ways to deliver integrated health care. On the Integrated Care Stage you’ll hear from pioneering teams making integrated care a reality, with examples of work from across the country on delivering shared care records, population health, patient portals and remote care at scale.
Integrated Care (Wednesday)
How will Place Become the Heart of ICSs?
09:30 - 10:30
Following key ICS Principles, this session will include:
1) How do we design for better, Place-based outcomes
2) How do we collectively gain insights to drive benefits?
3) How do we invest in Place digitally?
4) What's the best place-based governance model for ICBs?

09:30-09:35
Welcome from Chair

Russ Charlesworth - Director of Integrated Care, SOCITM


09:35-09:40

Conor Burke - CEO, Urgent Health UK (UHUK)
Speaker biography


09:40-09:45

Dylan Roberts - Chief Digital and Information Officer York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


09:45-09:50

Catherine Dampney - Director of BI Innovation & Transformation, Strategy & Transformation, South West Central CSU
Speaker biography


09:50-09:55

Mark Nicholas - Chief Social Worker, NHS Digital


09:55-10:00

Paul Fleming - Strategic Director of Resources, Blackburn with Darwen Council
Speaker biography


10:00-10:10
Sharing data to improve care for people with mental illness and learning disability in Hertfordshire and West Essex ICS
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.


Paul Bradley - CCIO, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS FT
Speaker biography

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10:15-10:30
Panel Q&A

 
Integrated Care and NHS Recovery
11:00 - 12:00
How will ICSs use data and digital enablers to reduce health inequalities and support NHS recovery ?
Will ICSs make a difference to frontline NHS staff and help them deliver better, safer care for patients ?
What changes are needed to develop a workforce that is confident in using data and technology ?
What does good look like if we succeed in redesigning pathways of care using technology to bridge organisational gaps and connect with service users more effectively?

The chair of the Shuri Network and Deputy Chief Medical Officer of NHS Digital, Dr Shera Chok will lead a panel discussion with Dr Habib Naqvi, Director of the NHS Race and Health Observatory, Rodaluz Trinidad, Informatics Lead Nurse, Barts Health, Sonia Patel, System CIO & Director of Levelling Up, NHS Transformation Directorate and Eddie Olla, Regional Director for Digital Transformation Executive Healthcare Leader, NHS England.

Join us for a lively discussion about Integrated Care Systems, how they will use digital enablers to drive improvements in patient outcomes and what you can do to support digital transformation in your organisation.

11:00-11:05
Welcome from Chair

Dr Shera Chok - Chair, Shuri Network & Deputy CMO, NHS Digital
Speaker biography


11:05-11:40
Panel discussion

Sonia Patel - System CIO & Director of Levelling Up, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


Roda Luz Trinidad - Informatics Lead Nurse, Barts Health NHS Trust
Speaker biography


Dr Habib Naqvi MBE - Director, NHS Race and Health Observatory
Speaker biography


Eddie Olla - Regional Director for Digital Transformation Executive Healthcare Leader, NHS England - Midlands


11:40-12:00
Q&A

 
How to integrate with social care? What is happening, what will be happening and how you can get involved
12:30 - 13:15

12:30-12:35
Welcome from the Chair

Tommy Henderson-Ray - Programme Manager, Skills and Networks, Digitising Social Care Programme, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


12:35-12:45
Introduction from panellist

Peter Skinner - Programme Director, Digitising Social Care Programme, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography


12:45-12:55
Introduction from panellist

Emma Harris - Assistant Director of Programmes, Digitising Social Care team, NHS Transformation Directorate


12:55-13:15
Panel discussion

 
Shared Care Records - A Journey of Collaboration
13:45 - 14:45

13:45-13:50
Welcome from Chair

Graham King - CIO, Newcastle University Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography


13:50-14:10
Shared 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.


Tara Athanasiou - Senior Consultant, Ideal Health
Speaker biography


Neil Bartram - Business Relationship Manager, North Yorkshire County Council
Speaker biography


Laura Godtschalk - LLRCR Programme Manager, NHS Leicestershire Health Informatics Service
Speaker biography


Debbie Westmoreland - Digital Transformation Consultant, Verbena Digital / Humber Coast and Vale ICS
Speaker biography


14:10-14:20
Integrated care and patient engagement
convergeHEALTH is Deloitte’s digital health services and product business that aims to support organisations in their digital transformation. In this talk, Andrew will share ConvergeHEALTH’s approach to supporting the uptake of integrated care records, patient engagement applications, and how the two go hand in hand.


Dr Andrew Gvozdanovic - Patient Engagement Lead, ConvergeHEALTH NSE
Speaker biography


14:20-14:45
Q&A

 
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Smart Health

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Smart networks and infrastructure provide the essential foundations for digital health and care. Software, data and sensors are increasingly ubiquitous, and embedded into networked medical equipment and physical fabric of healthcare buildings and facilities. The Smart Health Stage explores the smart networks and IOT revolution now underway, with day two including a focus on cyber security.
Smart Health (Wednesday)
Cyber Security Keynotes
09:00 - 10:00

09:00-09:05
Welcome from Chair

Dr Paul Rice - CDIO, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


09:05-09:25
Lessons from the Pandemic and highlights from the new Cyber Strategy for Health & Social Care planned for the Summer

Phil Huggins - National CISO for Health & Social Care, Department Health and Social Care
Speaker biography


09:25-09:45
Security by Design
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. The old adage of built-in security being better than bolting it on remains as important as ever and adopting a ‘secure by design’ approach can help reduce the burden. This session will introduce the concepts of security by design, provide insights into some of the ways in which industry is moving to achieve this objective and share steps that can be taken by organisations to ensure they can reduce their exposure


Mark Jackson - National Cybersecurity Advisor, UK&I, CISCO
Speaker biography

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09:45-09:55
Best practices for securing connected devices by University of Southhampton NHS
As the pace of innovation increases in healthcare organisations, so does the growth of connected devices. Unfortunately, these devices are not always designed – or implemented – with security in mind. Hear from Adrian Byrne, CIO of the U Southampton NHS Trust, to learn: • challenges they faced around device visibility, security, and utilization • how Ordr helped them know, see, and secure their connected devices • real examples and use cases that were implemented for securing their connected devices across their entire hospital


Adrian Byrne - CIO, University Hospital Southampton NHS FT
Speaker biography


Kieran Wood - Sales Director - EMEA, Ordr
Speaker biography

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09:55-10:15
Q&A

 
Smart Health in Practice
10:30 - 11:30

10:30-10:35
Welcome from Chair

Declan Hadley - Healthcare Development Lead UK&I, CISCO
Speaker biography


10:35-11:15
Panel discussion

Andy Callow - Group Chief Digital Information Officer, University Hospitals of Northamptonshire
Speaker biography


Richard Staynings - Site Chief Exec King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust


Stephen Dobson - CIO, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS FT


Matt Dugdale - Head of Clinical & Digital Innovation, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust


11:15-11:30
Q&A

 
What does the future digital infrastructure of the health system look like?
12:00 - 13:00
In recent years, it has become clear that health care systems around the world need to make better use of the opportunities digital offers in order to cope with the increasing number of challenges they are facing. From ageing populations to a growing incidence of chronic disease, coupled with a lack of resources that is amplified by staff shortages, a redesign of the way we deliver and care for citizens is inevitable. However, when talking about digitising health and care, we often tend to get bogged down in things like reimbursement pathways or standards and interoperability. While absolutely crucial, it’s time to look beyond that at the art of the possible; what role can digital play in alleviating growing pressures, and what does the digital infrastructure of the future look like? Join our panel of experts to hear their thoughts on what’s next for digital health and care

12:00-12:05
Welcome from Chair

Alex Lawrence - Health and Social Care Programme Manager, techUK


12:05-12:40
Panel discussion


Nigel Brokenshire - Head of Digital Healthcare UK, Bayer PLC
Speaker biography


Heather Cook - Interim General Manager, Big Health
Speaker biography


Annelise Brbora - Co-Founder, Medicus Health
Speaker biography


Dr Constantin Jabarin - International CCIO, Allscripts
Speaker biography


12:40-13:00
Q&A

 
CogStack: Infrastructure for ‘Unlocking’ EHR data'
14:00 - 15:00

14:00-14:15
Welcome from the Chair and introduction to CogStack

Thomas Searle - Programme Manager / Clinical Informatics PhD Candidate, King's College
Speaker biography


14:15-14:25
CogStack at King's College Hospital and Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Prof James Teo - Joint Director for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (AI), King's College Hospital and Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography


14:25-14:35
Natural language processing to support point of care structured documentation in electronic health records
Much of the information in electronic health records is in the form of unstructured text, making it difficult to retrieve for clinical decisions, and limiting its utility for clinical decision support, audit and research. Our NIHR-funded project aims to develop a natural language processing system embedded within the user interface. The system will convert diagnoses, medications and allergies into structured formats at the point of care. The system will be designed using open standards (HL7-CDA / FHIR) and will be available under an open source license, to facilitate adoption throughout the NHS. We plan to hold a connectathon later in the year.


Dr Wai Keong Wong - Consultant Haematologist and Chief Research Information Officer, University College London Hospitals
Speaker biography


Dr Anoop Dinesh Shah - Associate Professor, University College London
Speaker biography


14:35-14:45
VIEWER: real-time population health analysis through CogStack

Dr Robert Harland - Consultant in General Adult Psychiatry, South London and Maudsley NHS FT
Speaker biography


Dr Tao Wang - Postdoctoral Research Associate, King's College London
Speaker biography


14:45-14:50
Closing remarks

Thomas Searle - Programme Manager / Clinical Informatics PhD Candidate, King's College
Speaker biography


14:50-15:00
Panel Q&A

 
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Innovation

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The place for innovative start-ups to present ground-breaking technology for digital healthcare. Curated with Digital Health.London, this stage will give new start-up companies a wonderful platform to deliver their projects and innovative ideas.
Innovation
Innovation into Practice at Scale
10:00 - 10:45

10:00-10:05
Welcome from the Chair

Jenny Thomas - Programme Director, DigitalHealth.London
Speaker biography


10:05-10:15
Fixing communication is the key to delivering integrated care
As pressures on the system continue to grow and ICSs take shape, the expectations on integrated care are higher than ever. But is integrated care possible without first fixing communication challenges? We’ll share our learnings from supporting primary care through the pandemic, and look at what capabilities ICSs need to be truly integrated.


Jacob Haddad - CEO & Co-Founder, accuRx
Speaker biography


10:15-10:25
Session title to follow

Tony Young - National Clinical Lead for Innovation, NHS England
Speaker biography


10:25-10:35
AIDE: a new operating system for the hospital
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. Led by the London AI Centre, in partnership with 10 of the largest NHS Trusts in the South East, the minimum viable product for AIDE is already live and progress is happening at breakneck speed.


Haris Shuaib - Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS FT
Speaker biography


10:35-10:45
Redesigning the future of primary care with one digital triage and navigation platform
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. Dr Miles Langdon, GP and Chief Medical Officer at Lakeside Healthcare, will discuss how the group’s eight practices moved from multiple different online tools to a single digital triage and navigation platform, to help fundamentally transform the way patients are assessed and cared for. He will cover why Lakeside decided to consolidate their digital capabilities and chose to rollout the Doctrin platform, as well as the impact for staff and patients, including a 90%+ patient satisfaction score within 10 days of the go-live.


Dr Miles Langdon - CMO, Lakeside Healthcare
Speaker biography

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10:45-11:00
Q&A

 
Pitchfest 2021: What Happened Next?
11:15 - 12:00

11:15-11:20
Welcome from the Chair

Jenny Thomas - Programme Director, DigitalHealth.London
Speaker biography


11:20-11:30
Peppy Health 12 months on
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.


Mridula Pore - Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Peppy Health


11:30-11:40
Concentric Health 12 months on
As a finalist of Pitchfest 2021, Dafydd will provide an update on what happened next, 12 months on from the Pitchfest heats and share insights from the journey of Concentric Health.


Dafydd Loughran - CEO, Concentric Health
Speaker biography


11:40-11:50
NHS drones take to the air
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.


Sophie Barrack - Project Management Director, Apian Limited
Speaker biography


11:50-12:00
Q&A

 
What Do Investors Want To See From NHS-Focused Innovations?
12:15 - 13:15

12:15-12:20
Welcome from the Chair

Sarah Bruce-White - Partnerships & Programmes Lead, MedCity
Speaker biography


12:20-12:55
Panel discussion

Dr Chris Evans - CEO and Co-founder, Little Journey
Speaker biography


Emmi Nicholl - Managing Director, Cambridge Angels
Speaker biography


Shamik Parekh - Healthtech Investor, Octopus Ventures
Speaker biography


12:55-13:15
Q&A

 
Tackling Evaluation and Evidence Generation in Digital Health
13:45 - 14:30

13:45-13:50
Welcome from the Chair

Professor Paul Wallace- Clinical Director Digital, Academic Lead, Health Innovation Network, DigitaHealth.London
Speaker biography


13:50-14:00
Where to start when evaluating digital health products
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?


Professor Henry Potts- Professor of Health Informatics, University College London
Speaker biography


14:00-14:05
Introduction from panellists


Charlotte Wood - Director for Mental Health, Oxehealth
Speaker biography


Dr Faith Ndebele - Consultant psychiatrist, Solent NHS Trust
Speaker biography


14:05-14:10
Introduction from panellists

Ben Wanless - Consultant Physiotherapist, St George’s University Hospital NHS FT
Speaker biography


Dr Carey McClellan - CEO and Clinical Director, getUBetter
Speaker biography


14:10-14:30
Panel discussion

 
What Are The Challenges In Adopting AI And How Do We Solve Them?
15:00 - 15:50
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.

15:00-15:05
Welcome from the Chair

Daniel Bamford - Deputy Director AI Awards, NHSE/I, Accelerated Access Collaborative


15:05-15:25
Introductions from panellists

Ross O’Brien - Managing Director, WYSA
Speaker biography


Dr Joachim Werr - Founder and Executive Chair, HN (Health Navigator)
Speaker biography


Jenny Chong - Associate Non-Executive Director, Chair of Medway Innovation Institute, Medway NHS FT
Speaker biography


15:25-15:50
Panel discussion

 
How Can We Use Data To Empower Patients To Take Ownership Of Their Care?
16:30 - 17:30
This session is a panel conversation about the increased use of patient data in the NHS. Join us to hear examples of increased patient data improving health outcomes, how person-centred remote innovation can address diverse communities and whether this is a more empowered approach for patients.

16:30-16:35
Welcome from the Chair

Catherine Dale - Programme Director – Patient Safety, Health Innovation Network
Speaker biography


16:35-17:10
Panel discussion


Tommy Parker - CEO KiActiv
Speaker biography


Marie Loizides - Associate Director of Performance Analytics, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker biography


Jack Hanley - NHS Solutions Lead, Patientsmpower


17:10-17:30
Q&A

 
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Best Practice


Get ready for best practice at pace, with quick-fire best practice sessions from NHS teams and suppliers. Running across the two days of Rewired as a show-floor feature, the Best Practice Showcase blends curated open call sessions from NHS presenters with best practice sessions from suppliers.

Best Practice (Wednesday)
Session 1
10:25 - 11:00

10:25-10:30
Welcome from Chair

Euan McComiskie - Health informatics Lead, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Speaker biography


10:30-10:35
Medical Record Technologies: Epistemic Problems of Digitisation
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. The Wachter Report in 2016 did much to refocus the NHS on ‘interoperability’ and the potential of digital technologies, but there remains, at the heart of digital transformation, a conflict between knowledge production in the clinic, and digital systems that look to lock clinicians into specific ways of seeing and producing facts. This presentation will present an overview of this conflict, and some of the routes to solving it.


Max Perry- PhD Researcher, Sociology, University of Bristol
Speaker biography


10:35-10:40
Yorkshire health innovations – a blueprint for future healthcare delivery
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.
More patients are avoiding unnecessary hospital visits thanks to new self-monitoring technology. Staff resource is being used more effectively thanks to the capabilities of new products and applications that allows for non-urgent medical examinations and consultations to be done remotely. And healthcare professionals are being given the tools to help manage the elective cancer care backlog by identifying high-risk patients earlier.
These are just some of the innovations that the Yorkshire & Humber AHSN has been working with to support the NHS and its local Integrated Care Systems (ICS) to tackle the priorities outlined in the recent NHS Operational Planning Guidance.


Dr Neville Young - Director of Enterprise & Innovation, Yorkshire & Humber AHSN
Speaker biography


10:40-10:45
Streamlining postnatal discharges at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital: A case study
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. Real-time traffic-light system is displayed on the ward TV and available from any Trust device offering easy access to operational information. The pilot study has confirmed opportunities to save valuable staff time and resources spent with operational information exchange, alongside reducing risk of missed information and poor experiences, and enabling continuous quality improvement in the service.


Sunita Sharma, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and NHS England Clinical Entrepreneur, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS FT
Speaker biography

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10:45-10:50
Kidney Beam
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. The website offers live and on-demand movement classes, and behaviour change support tools to increase physical activity, as well as tools to improve mood and manage negative emotions associated with having kidney disease. Users can access live and on-demand movement classes, educational videos, schedule activities, send themselves reminders, record off-platform activity and monitor their physical activity against recommended weekly physical activity targets.


Dr Sharlene Greenwood - Consultant Physiotherapist, King’s College Hospital NHS Trust


10:50-11:00
Q&A

 
Session 2
11:10 - 11:45

11:10-11:15
Welcome from Chair

Euan McComiskie -Euan McComiskie - Health informatics Lead, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Speaker biography


11:15-11:20
Don’t Blink: The Growing Problem of Securing Medical Devices and other Healthcare IoT
The healthcare cyber threat landscape is changing very quickly. New enterprise risks and compliance requirements necessitate a different approach. Medical and other healthcare devices now subject to DSP Standard 9 requirements are growing at 25% per annum, but how can providers identify, quantify, risk assess, and manage the largely unmanageable?
By combining AI with ‘Digital-Twin’ and high levels of automation, Cylera has solved the problem for you. We find the Zero Days before the vendor or the bad guys do and have a long list of CVEs to our name to prove it. Come see a demo of our new DSP Cyber Alert Dashboard for yourself.


Steve Brigden - Head of Cylera UK
Speaker biography

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11:20-11:25
Quality Improvement using nursing data from the EPR
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. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust has instigated a process of electronic harm free care audits using metrics and data all sourced automatically from the EPR. we have devised 3 pillars to digital nursing documentation, and the audit processes that support them. The linking together of data in the electronic record means better quality improvement has occurred, which is also more sustained. As we do this new skills sets have become apparent for nursing. No longer are we just bystanders in the electronic record space, but often part of the team configuring the applications and writing the audit scripts. Being able to translate the clinical ask into the digital speak is a key part of the digital nurse work, and as applications become more developed the need for a greater understanding of the digital side will be higher.


James Bird - CNIO & Deputy Director of Nursing, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Speaker biography


11:25-11:30
Unlocking the power of data for community services
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.
Changing the care paradigm: hear how technology is underpinning the shift towards multi-disciplinary delivery of personalised care where patients want to be – at home.
Making the invisible visible: community services finally have the tools to articulate their worth - providing evidence to inform decisions around referrals, recruitment, training and service redesign.


Róisín Reade - Head of Implementation & Product Manager, Malinko
Speaker biography

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11:30-11:35
The Digital Nursing Team: the missing link between clinical and technical?2017 and has developed to become an essential driver for digital transformation and the key link between the clinical teams and the technical solutions. The presentation will explain the structure of the Digital Nursing Team; what their role involves, including the importance of clinical credibility within the divisions and technical knowledge to advise on suitable digital solutions to achieve digital transformation. An achievement that, without this team, would not have been so smooth.

Simon Noel - Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Oxford University Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography

Elaine Tustian - Senior Divisional Nurse Informatics Lead, Oxford University Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography


11:35-11:40
Q&A

 
Session 3
14:20 - 14:50

14:20-14:25
Welcome from Chair

Dr Marcus Baw - Freelance General Hacktitioner, Software Dev, Clinical Informatician, RCPCH/RCGP/Baw Medical/OpenHealthHub/Digital Health
Speaker biography


14:25-14:30
Artificial Intelligence (AI) image decision support software use in stroke care – using evidence-based, cost-effective technology to improve delivery of disability saving treatments
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. The NOSIP puts the patients’ rapid need of appropriate brain and vessel imaging acquisition and interpretation front and centre of the initial assessment when a stroke is suspected. Artificial intelligence features prominently as decision support and is considered to be of significant benefit in improving access to both thrombolytic therapy and mechanical thrombectomy for patients.


Darrien Bold - National Digital and AI Lead for Stroke, NHS England & NHS Improvement
Speaker biography

Dr Ingrid Kane - Consultant Stroke Physician, University Hospitals Sussex NHS FT
Speaker biography


14:30-14:35
Eyelid lump video consultation
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. 558 patients (57.3%) were listed for a surgical procedure directly from virtual assessment, 222 patients (22.8%) were discharged, 10.7% (n=104) were monitored via further virtual assessment, 6.7% (n=65) required face-face follow up, and 2.6% (n=25) did not attend their virtual assessment. This new virtual patient pathway provides safe, convenient and efficient care to patients with benign eyelid lesions.


Dr Swan Kang - Consultant, Moorfields eye hospital
Speaker biography


14:35-14:40
Harnessing the power of digital technology to enhance hospital end of life care
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. Like physiological observations, the model requires data collection, but rather than collecting e.g. pulse or BP, it requests information regarding common end of life symptoms, such as pain, agitation and breathlessness. Similar to NEWS scores the model calculates a score that escalates digitally to the most appropriate clinician and provides clinicians with decision support. The module went live in January 2021; and has benefitted almost 1500 patients since go-live.


Lisa Ward - Associate Director of Nursing (Patient Safety) and Chief Nursing Information Officer, County Durham and Darlington NHS FT
Speaker biography

Dr Lucy Nicholson - Specialist Palliative Care Consultant, County Durham and Darlington NHS FT
Speaker biography


14:40-14:50
Q&A

 
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Pitchfest


Rewired Pitchfest, the hugely popular high energy competition connecting digital health start-ups and innovators with current NHS leaders and teams, returns to Rewired in partnership with DigitalHealth.London.

Live Pitchfest heats will run on the show-floor with the four finalists going through to an exciting live final at the end of the day as start-ups compete to win Pitchfest 2022.

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AI and Data

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The AI and Data Stage brings together data scientists and researchers, clinicians, and health IT professionals to explore how AI and data are transforming healthcare. Learn about the challenges and opportunities around research, and how analytical and predictive capabilities are harnessed to support care.
AI & Data (Wednesday)
Clinical Applications in AI
09:00 - 09:45

09:00-09:05
Welcome from the Chair

Julia Manning - Founder, 2020health & PhD UX Candidate
Speaker biography


09:05-09:20
Delivering better healthcare using artificial intelligence
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.


Chris Kelly - Staff Clinician Research Scientist - Google
Speaker biography


09:20-09:35
Adding AI radiological capacity into the NHS using autonomous AI diagnosis: how do we clear the runway?
There are currently 6.1 million patients in the NHS elective care backlog, which is predicted to increase to 12 million. It is estimated there were 740,000 missed urgent cancer referrals and up to 60,000 patients with cancer entirely missed between March 2020 and Dec 2021. Behold.ai’s red dot® algorithms for chest x-rays, help triage urgent findings such as suspected lung cancer and stroke, and rule out normal chest x-rays and CT heads exams in seconds, our technology saves the NHS money and adds vital autonomous AI radiological capacity, to help reduce the ever-growing elective backlog in the NHS.


Simon Rasalingham - CEO, Behold.ai
Speaker biography


09:35-09:45
Q&A

 
AI Enabled Consultations
10:00 - 10:45

10:00-10:05
Welcome from the Chair

Dr Susan Thomas - Clinical Director, Google Health


10:05-10:20
Digital General Practice – this is just the start
During this session Dr Murray Ellender and Sunny Dosanjh will describe how eConsult has pioneered a new normal - asynchronous consultations between patients and their NHS GP. eConsult are partnering with Deloitte’s award-winning Healthcare AI team to co-design the next iteration, which will see intelligent routing, scheduling and the ability to work across networks of practices. Winners of a Phase 4 NHSX AI award in 2021, they will share their vision for the future of General Practice in a digital age.

Dr Murray Ellender - CEO, eConsult
Speaker biography


Benjamin Kenyon - Manager, Consulting, Deloitte
Speaker biography


10:20-10:35
Use of AI to mass-customise health journeys
There is almost unlimited information about each of us strewn across the internet. Sourcing and sorting this data to predict how our lives might play out, until recently, would have seemed fantastical. Yet we know that using the right data points we can accurately predict many aspects of an individuals future outcomes. AI will soon be used at scale to create individualised care pathways based, among other things, on understanding the bio-psycho-socio-spiritual needs of each patient, their behaviours, their preferences, their digital maturity, and their knowledge, skills and confidence to manage their own health. This will be a key weapon in population health management.


Guy Gross - COO, Teladoc
Speaker biography


10:35-10:45
Q&A

 
Building Confidence in AI
11:00 - 11:45

11:00-11:05
Welcome from the Chair

Dr Michelle Tempest - Partner, Candesic
Speaker biography


11:05-11:20
Understanding Healthcare workers’ confidence in AI
Safe, effective and ethical adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) technology in healthcare relies on confidence in using AI products. HEE and the NHS AI lab have collaborated on a report outlining the key determinants of healthcare workers’ confidence in AI algorithms. It explores how robust governance and implementation can build trustworthiness and explores factors that determine appropriate confidence in clinical decision-making using AI algorithms


Dr Annabelle Painter - Clinical Fellow, AI & Workforce, NHS AI Lab & HEE
Speaker biography


Dr Mike Nix - Clinical Fellow, AI & Workforce, NHS AI Lab & HEE
Speaker biography


George Onisiforou - Research Manager, NHS AI Lab
Speaker biography


11:20-11:35
Building trust in AI to deliver improved clinical outcomes
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, build trust in your algorithms, and engage with your organisation to get support and buy-in. This talk will step through best practices for building trust, with a focus on choosing technology that will enable your organisation to create and deploy AI that you can trust to improve patient outcomes.


Michelle Unterbrink - Customer Engineering Manager, Google Cloud
Speaker biography

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11:35-11:45
Q&A
 
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