January 16, 2019

Registration Registration
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8:00 am - 9:15 am

Keynote: Professor Neil Sebire, CRSO, GOSH DRIVE Keynote: Professor Neil Sebire, CRSO, GOSH DRIVE
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GOSH's new Digital Research, Informatics and Virtual Environments unit and AI for research

Closing the loop between operational systems and data science Closing the loop between operational systems and data science
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Jon Payne, manager sales engineering, InterSystems

Surveying the landscape of use of AI and clinical decision support Surveying the landscape of use of AI and clinical decision support
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Prof Jeremy Wyatt, new technologies clinical lead, Health Informatics Unit, RCP
Haroldas Petkus, project manager, Health Informatics Unit, RCP

Horizon scanning on AI research in UK health Horizon scanning on AI research in UK health
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Prof Mike Trenell, National Institute for Health Research

Application and potential of AI and analytics in commissioning Application and potential of AI and analytics in commissioning
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Catherine Dampney, director of BI innovation & transformation, South West CSU

Application and potential of AI and analytics in commissioning Application and potential of AI and analytics in commissioning
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John O’Connell, director of business intelligence, South Central and West CSU

Application and potential of AI and analytics in commissioning Application and potential of AI and analytics in commissioning
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Cécile Coignet, head of business intelligence, Oxford CCG

Application and potential of AI and analytics in commissioning Application and potential of AI and analytics in commissioning
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Q&A

Improving patient safety using AI Improving patient safety using AI
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Lessons from AI-driven digital health services at scale in the UK and Sweden
Luke Buhl-Nielsen, UK MD, Livi

Improving patient safety using AI Improving patient safety using AI
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Applying AI to diagnosing rare diseases: empowering clinicians and patients
Dr Adel Baluch, GP & clinical lead, Ada Health

Improving patient safety using AI Improving patient safety using AI
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AI and wireless patient vital signs monitoring
Dr Hugh Lloyd-Jukes, CEO, OxeHealth

Improving patient safety using AI Improving patient safety using AI
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Empowering patient journeys with Cloud AI
John Davies, healthcare lead, UK & Ireland, AWS
Declan Hadley, CIO, Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria Partnership

Improving patient safety using AI Improving patient safety using AI
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The Alan Turing Institute's emerging programmes in health
Dr Sebastian Vollmer, associate director for Health & Well-being Programme, Alan Turing Institute.

Improving patient safety using AI Improving patient safety using AI
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Q&A