January 16, 2019

Welcome Welcome
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10:40 am - 10:45 am
Chair - Maxine Mackintosh, co-founder, One HealthTech

Brave new world. Where next on AI in the NHS? Brave new world. Where next on AI in the NHS?
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Dr Indra Joshi, director of AI, NHSX

How do we build safe AI? How do we build safe AI?
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Dr Matt Fenech, Medical Safety Lead, Ada Health

International perspective on next steps on AI and analytics in health International perspective on next steps on AI and analytics in health
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Alex MacLeod, head of healthcare initiative, InterSystems

Applying AI to early detection of dementia Applying AI to early detection of dementia
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Sina Habibi, CEO and co-founder, Cognetivity Neurosciences

Using digital and data to improve delirium assessment and care Using digital and data to improve delirium assessment and care
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Dr Emma Vardy, associate CCIO for GDE pathway redesign, Salford Royal NHS FT

Lunch
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Post-Lunch welcome at 2:00pm - chair: Ayesha Rahim, CCIO and deputy medical director, Lancashire Care NHS FT

The Clinic Room of the Future – the role of AI-embedded Speech Recognition The Clinic Room of the Future – the role of AI-embedded Speech Recognition
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Dr Ellen-Merete Hagen, clinical director for digital healthcare, National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London
Dr Simon Wallace, CCIO, Nuance Communications

Transformative clinical decision support for comorbidities: dynamic algorithms that change as patients change Transformative clinical decision support for comorbidities: dynamic algorithms that change as patients change
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Dr Kieran Walsh, clinical director, BMJ Evidence

A new trust framework for introducing AI into clinical practice A new trust framework for introducing AI into clinical practice
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Dr Haris Shuaib, senior physicist in magnetic resonance, Guys and St Thomas' NHS Trust

Towards an evidence based portable digital e-PEWS solution Towards an evidence based portable digital e-PEWS solution
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Gerri Sefton, advanced nurse practitioner, Alder Hey Children’s NHS FT

Early evaluation of whole-hospital implementation of an electronic observation and decision support system Early evaluation of whole-hospital implementation of an electronic observation and decision support system
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Prof Enitan Carrol, chair of paediatric infection, University of Liverpool

What is “computable biomedical knowledge”, and why is it important? What is “computable biomedical knowledge”, and why is it important?
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Prof Jeremy Wyatt, convenor, FCI - AI special interest group

Building the capabilities to deliver Population Health Management aspirations of the Long Term Plan Building the capabilities to deliver Population Health Management aspirations of the Long Term Plan
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Declan Hadley, digital lead, Lancashire and South Cumbria ICS
Bob Ricketts, senior adviser population health management, NHS England & NHS Improvement