28 September 2021September 28, 2021
9:00 am - 9:10 am
Chair Welcome Address

Welcome to the Culture and Implementation Theatre.

Speakers

Anne Cooper
Clinical Lead
Ethical Consulting
9:00 am - 9:05 am
Chair Welcome Address

Welcome to the Digital Maturity Forum.

Speakers

Maxine Mackintosh
Researcher
Alan Turing Institute
9:05 am - 9:20 am
Keynote Address: Transformation

Speakers

Timothy Ferris
Director of Transformation
NHS England and Improvement
9:10 am - 9:15 am
Chair Welcome Address

Welcome to the Digitally Empowered Patient’s Theatre.

Speakers

Liz Ashall-Payne
Chief Executive Officer
ORCHA
9:10 am - 9:50 am
NHSX: Driving Forward Momentum of Innovation post 2021

Speakers

Matthew Gould
Chief Executive Officer
NHSX
Beverley Bryant
Chief Digital Information Officer
Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
9:20 am - 9:30 am
Chair Welcome Address

Welcome to the Integration & Interoperability theatre.

Speakers

Lisa Emery
Chief Information Officer
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
9:20 am - 10:00 am
The New Transformation Directorate: Insights into the Roll Out Vision that will Drive Forward the Long-Term Plan

The new “the critical capabilities and digital operating model needed across the three national bodies to drive the digital system transformation envisaged in the NHS Long Term Plan.”

  • How this new system will help support Open data, ICS goals and models?
  • What are the priorities for the new directorate?
  • How will funding and accountably work?
  • Are we using covid as a driver to reconsider how we work – proactively as opposed to reactively?
  • What is the strategy to level up all to exemplar standard?

Chair

Anne Cooper
Clinical Lead
Ethical Consulting

Speakers

Iain O’Neil
Director of Digital Transformation
NHSX
Timothy Ferris
Director of Transformation
NHS England and Improvement
9:25 am - 10:15 am
Designing Inclusion into Digital Health: How to Take Action on Health Inequalities
  • Social prescribing for health inequalities
  • Digital prescribing/prescribing access and digital tools
  • Person-centric care, building digital tools around the healthy patient as well as the sick patient
  • Clinical service design, user design in patient-focused technologies and weeding out the barriers for uptake
  • Patient engagement, reaching ‘hard to reach groups’ considering diversity and inclusion in design
  • Considering the wider determinants of health e.g. rural access to high-speed internet, cost of digital, priorities of work/schooling
  • Inviting the public into the ‘system world’ to meet our gains and priorities but without considering their influence once at the table.
  • NHS Long-term plan accelerates on digital, narrative as its been great for some but the risk of widening health inequalities and assumptions about certain communities but they aren’t there in practice
  • Phase 3 recovery letter, 8 urgent actions for health inequalities, mitigate against exclusion through data

Chair

Liz Ashall-Payne
Chief Executive Officer
ORCHA

Speakers

Victor Adebowale
Chair
NHS Confederation
Bola Owolabi
Director Health Inequalities
NHS England and Improvement
Mel Hughes
Deputy Lead
Research Centre for Seldom Heard Voices
Richard Stubbs
Chief Executive Officer
Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, part of the AHSN Network
Roz Davies
Managing Director
mHabitat
9:30 am - 9:50 am
Keynote Talk

Speakers

Ben Goldacre
Director, EBM DataLab
University of Oxford
10:05 am - 10:45 am
The Wider Data Strategy – Unleashing the untapped potential of data-driven healthcare

This session will outline the strategic vision for future data usage that will help us to address challenges such as health inequalities and population health management.

Chair

Lisa Emery
Chief Information Officer
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

Speakers

Ming Tang
Chief Data and Analytics Officer
NHS England and Improvement
Simon Madden
Director of Policy & Strategy
NHSX
10:10 am - 10:50 am
Lasting Solutions to Reducing Pressure and Increasing Capacity in the NHS

Data, digital and technology to support reducing waiting lists and electives.

  • Tackling clinical/operational and digital burn out
  • Training and developing future digital workforce
  • managing overwhelmed services to optimise workload
  • Understanding your backlog and how to prioritise it – monitoring the current diagnoses of those on your waiting list – allowing for reassessment (clinical validation and prioritisation) during their waiting time
  • Prioritizing best practice in communicating between systems and impact on patient safety
  • Advice and guidance (A&G) – aligning expectations and delivery
  • Getting from good to great, building on the transformation work already gained to help future proof capacity

Supporting the recovery of elective care

Chair

Anne Cooper
Clinical Lead
Ethical Consulting

Speakers

Ayesha Rahim
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust
Colin Lewry
Lead for Clear Programme
Health Education England
Lisa Hollins
Director of Innovation
NHSX
10:40 am - 11:00 am
‘What Good Looks Like’ Helping Local Systems Accelerate their Digital Transformation Plan
  • The digital maturity guidance that will drive forward best practice throughout the system
  • How to learn from others at both Trust and ICS level
  • Empowering staff and how blueprints will support this offer
  • Real support for Clinical Safety processes

Speakers

Sonia Patel
Chief Information Officer
NHSX
11:00 am - 11:40 am
Response to ‘What Good Looks Like’ – Levelling up Digital Healthcare for a New Era of the NHS
  • Driving projects that are well led: What steps you should be taking to to achieve this?
  • What are our failings and triumphs that have led us to this point?

Chair

Gary Ford
Chair
AHSN Network

Speakers

Natasha Phillips
Chief Nursing Information Officer
NHSX
Sonia Patel
Chief Information Officer
NHSX
11:15 am - 11:55 am
Remote Health: Enabling Citizens to be Supported at Home Through Tech Enabled Care Across the Health and Care Sector

The most common use of RPM is patients chronic disease management – enabling the patient to maintain independence and reduce health risk, With these tools – the potential of a prevention over cure approach to healthcare is made easier and possible

 

  • We look at our Road to Recovery and How RPM will support
    • Bottlenecks and backlog
    • Mental Health
    • Emerging Groups such as Long Covid
  • Focus on improving patient experience and empowering them to manage their health better
  • RPM has capacity to improve quality of healthcare data if uploaded to EPRs, creating a complete patient medical history with real time information
  • Regulations with patient data and sharing of information

Chair

Breid O’Brien
Deputy Director, Digital Health
NHSX

Speakers

Janet King
Deputy Chief Executive
Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
11:35 am - 12:15 pm
How do we work better with the public to strengthen trust and communicate value of data sharing?

How do you strengthen trust and communicate the value of data sharing with the public (within the 21st century) when the capacity for data to be hyper diversified is greater with integrated systems managing and sharing their data?

  • How to involve the public to facilitate effective changes in service?
  • Who do citizens trust and who is best placed to communicate changes?
  • Communicating and showing the value of data being shared when asked ‘what happens to my data?’
  • Useful lessons learned since the pandemic.

Where are the opportunities for co-design and co-production in how we look after data? Keeping patients and service users being at the heart of the design process

Chair

Lisa Emery
Chief Information Officer
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

Speakers

Reema Patel
Associate Director (Engagement)
Ada Lovelace Institute
11:50 am - 12:30 pm
Future Proofing the Digital Workforce
  • Professionalisation, Leadership and Succession Planning
  • Understanding the skill set needed in your business to be sustainable.
  • Building your team – Determining the capabilities, skill sets you need for the projects you are running.
  • How all NHS staff can now self-assess and develop their digital literacy skills.
  • Balancing Forward Planning with Risk appetite. Finding the funding which will enable you to hit your workforce development goals and objectives.
  • Mobile Working – Both clinical staff undertaking work within the community AND nonclinical staff working from home
  • How can organisations and individuals build the requirements that sustain a new digital clinical workforce?
  • How we recruit and support the development of our staff to establish representation and diversity across the board

Chair

Julie Bailey
Head of Healthcare
BCS

Speakers

Helen Thomas
Director
NHS Wales Informatics Service
Andy Kinnear
Former NHS Chief Information Officer
CHIME
Wajid Hussain
Consultant cardiologist
Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals
12:40 pm - 1:20 pm
Creating Clinical Confidence: A Long-Term System-Wide Approach to Adopting and Scaling AI

Chair

Maxine Mackintosh
Researcher
Alan Turing Institute

Speakers

Rishi Das-Gupta
Chief Executive Officer
Health Innovation Network, part of the AHSN Network
Dr Amrita Kumar
AI Clinical Lead & Consultant Radiologist
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
Micheal Nix
Clinical Scientist - AI implementation
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Haris Shuaib
Consultant Physicist, Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, AI lead
Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
12:55 pm - 1:35 pm
Prevention and Management of Mental Health with Digital Tools
  • How can digital health tools help us better map out what services are and are not available?
  • Covid highlighting the needs and inconsistencies with mental health services.
  • Digital tools being used to offer CV-19 support with grief and counselling.
  • Proactively using digital to improve ethnic minority groups uptake in accessing mental health services
  • Mitigating backlog of problems with ‘While you wait’ services.
  • The new service user experience with digital tools factored in
  • Digital Emergency Triage for Mental Health Crisis – NHS 111 mental health service

Chair

Roz Davies
Managing Director
mHabitat

Speakers

Yvonne Mhlanga
Head of Mental Health Commissioning
Berkshire West CCG
Lia Ali
Clinical Advisor
NHSX
1:05 pm - 2:45 pm
Balancing the responsibility for the data ecosystems across ICS’s
  • Separating the data layer from the supplier, is this a reality for ICS’s?
  • How to ensure that large trusts don’t bear the burden or be the only benefactors of record sharing or complex EPR systems?
  • Shared care records and record sharing across different footprints to ICS regions – how to leverage current infrastructure.

Chair

Lisa Emery
Chief Information Officer
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

Speakers

Videha Sharma
Specialist Trainee in Transplant Surgery, PhD, Topol Fellow
Centre for Health Informatics, University of Manchester
Tomaz Gornik
Founder & CEO Better
Co-Chair OpenEHR International
Harjeet Dhaliwal
Deputy Director of Data Services
NHS England and Improvement
Daniel Casson
Managing Director - Social Care Consultant
Casson Consulting
1:30 pm - 2:10 pm
Shuri Network: Shadowing and Mentoring to Support Nursing Innovation

Chair

Heather Caudle
Chief Nursing Officer, Member
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS FT, Shuri Network

Speakers

Bisi Soledolu
Project Manager
Shuri Nursing Fellowship
1:40 pm - 2:00 pm
Improving End to End Workflow and Efficiencies in Secondary and Tertiary Care Referrals
  • Patient Pass – The journey, the why and the how it happened?
  • Increase in potential for agile information sharing
  • Simplifying barriers in IG

Speakers

Andrew Webster
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Leeds Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust
2:30 pm - 2:50 pm
Patient Flow Technology and The Role of Change Management in Supporting Integrated Capacity Management & System Collaboration
  • The session will cover the Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust (MSE) journey in implementing the United Kingdom’s largest and off-site Patient Flow Command Centre.
  • MSE is a three-hospital health system providing a full range of local elective and emergency services to a population of over 1.2 million. MSE’s Centre is responsible for centralising MSE’s operations, capacity planning and bed management across the collective 1,990 beds.
  • Hear from the Executive Team at MSE on their main objectives in implementing the Centre and how they addressed change management challenges to reach their strategic priorities and deliver efficient and effective care for their patients.

Speakers

Neil Griffiths
Managing Director
Teletracking International
2:35 pm - 3:15 pm
ORCHA Hosted Session: Apps and Wearables – Preventative tools

Chair

Liz Ashall-Payne
Chief Executive Officer
ORCHA
2:40 pm - 3:20 pm
Population Health at ICS level
  • How to plan, develop and implement an effective population health management approach
  • Connecting the data to understand your population
  • Actioning the insights from data
  • Tackling inequalities and identifying the at risk
  • How to organise your workforce and their skills to effectively work in a connected and coherent approach

Speakers

Kwesi Afful
Assistant Director of Programmes - Digital Data and Technology
NHSX
Jane Hayward
Director of Transformation
University Hosptial Southampton/ Hampshire and IOW ICS
Bevleigh Evans
Head of Population Health Management
NHS England and Improvement
2:40 pm - 3:20 pm
CHIME: Establishing Goals and Expectations for Digitally Enabled Nursing and Midwifery
  • How do digital skills sit within competency frameworks to develop the whole workforce?
  • Education and regulation – How the NMC plans to support digital scale up?
  • Data collection and record-keeping
  • Blended learning, Nursing Degree (HEE)
  • Considering professional regulations for all NHS managers – Establishing a mandate to accredit the CNIO

Chair

Jane Dwelly
VP
CHIME

Speakers

Natasha Phillips
Chief Nursing Information Officer
NHSX
3:10 pm - 4:00 pm
Supporting Education and Training Throughout the Career of the Digital Health and Care Workforce
  • Insights from HEE’s directorate of innovation, digital and transformation
3:35 pm - 3:55 pm
Digital Technologies Supporting Chronic Disease Managing in an Integrated Care Setting
  • Insights from Revoke – Establishing systems that enable dialogue at system level: Prevention rather than cure.
    • Population understanding
    • Multimorbidity clinic – approaching a workflow to manage the data and implementation of service

Speakers

James Ritchie
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Smeeta Sinha
Consultant Nephrologist
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
3:35 pm - 3:55 pm
Designing the Future of Digital Outpatient’s Experience at the Royal Marsden
  • New outpatients building, how digital tools and technology to enhance patient experience are being built-in

Speakers

David Newey
Deputy CIO
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
3:45 pm - 4:25 pm
Understanding Digital Maturity in Primary Care
  • How can primary care organisations measure their digital maturity?
  • How can the formation of PCN’s help support and develop digital maturity across local areas
  • How can primary care engage at ICS level with digitally mature sites

Chair

Maxine Mackintosh
Researcher
Alan Turing Institute

Speakers

Radhika Rangaraju
Programme Director - Digital Pharmacy, Optometry, Dentistry, Ambulance and Community Services
NHSX
3:55 pm - 4:25 pm
The Unexpected New Opportunities and Challenges of Innovating Across Integrated Care Settings
  • Where should the new priorities and quick wins lie in digital innovation?

Speakers

James Ritchie
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
4:10 pm - 4:30 pm
TechUK Hosted: User Centred Design

Speakers

Victoria Betton
Chief Innovation Officer
Mindwave Ventures
4:20 pm - 5:00 pm
How Harnessing the Power of Digital Transformation has Improved Patient Safety and Supports Clinical Care Delivery
  • How to navigate opportunies for digital to drive safety?
  • The evidence and examples of where digital transformation has made improvements in patient safety?
    • Remote monitoring of patients throughout CV-19 including ongoing Long-Covid.
    • Shared Care Records
    • Electronic Prescribing
    • Developing opportunities in interoperability medicine standards
  • Harnessing developments and advances in digital technology to make future improvements for patient safety.
  • How digital roll out has revealed huge opportunities to improve patient safety measures in digital inclusion, accessibility and health literacy.

Chair

Anne Cooper
Clinical Lead
Ethical Consulting

Speakers

Kelsey Flott
Deputy Director Patient Safety
NHSX
Catherine Dale
Programme Director (Patient Safety)
Health Innovation Network, part of the AHSN Network
Clive Flashman
Chief Digital Officer
Patient Safety Learning
4:40 pm - 5:20 pm
GS1 UK Hosted Panel: Data and Digital Maturity – The Driving Force Behind Patient Safety
  • One year on from the Cumberlege Review, what can we learn from Scan4Safety?
  • Fundamental requirements to successfully deliver the patient identifiable MDIS for surgical procedures.
  • Harnessing standardised data to improve patient outcomes and ensure patient safety.
  • The wider clinical, operational, and efficiency benefits of structured data
  • Delivering a four-nation approach towards driving traceability in a clinical setting
  • Data – Ai automation tools

Chair

Glen Hodgson
Head of Healthcare
GS1 UK
4:45 pm - 5:25 pm
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) – The Quiet Revolution and the Loud Future
  • Reflecting on the journey of RPA across the NHS to date and successes in areas such as HR, IT and Finance
  • Diving deeper into the cutting edge opportunities for RPA across more specialties and areas of clinical practice

Chair

Maxine Mackintosh
Researcher
Alan Turing Institute

Speakers

Tremaine Richard-Noel
Head of Emerging Technology and Intelligent Automation Programme Director
Northampton General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Lisa Hollins
Director of Innovation
NHSX
29 September 2021September 29, 2021
9:00 am - 9:10 am
Chair Welcome Address

Welcome to Day 2 of the Culture and Implementation Theatre.

Speakers

Richard Stubbs
Chief Executive Officer
Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, part of the AHSN Network
9:00 am - 9:10 am
Chair Welcome Address

Welcome to Day 2 of the Digital Maturity Forum.

Speakers

Sam Shah
Chair
HETT Steering Committee
9:10 am - 9:20 am
Chair Welcome Address

Welcome to Day 2 of the Integration and Interoperability theatre.

Speakers

Nicola Haywood-Alexander
Chief Information Officer
Lincolnshire NHS
9:10 am - 9:20 am
Chair Welcome Address

Welcome to Day 2 of the Digitally Empowered Patients Theatre.

Speakers

Roz Davies
Managing Director
mHabitat
9:10 am - 9:50 am
Practical Steps to Increase Diversity and Inclusion Standards in your Healthcare Organisation

NHS Senior leaders discuss pre-existing barriers to addressing diversity standards and consider tried and tested steps to combat common challenges and find areas of opportunity for improvement.

  • What are the systemic shifts needed in most or current workplace models? Considering age, race, religion, disability, nationality, sexual orientation, and gender
  • Examples of successful best practice, candid accounts delivering insights to where the challenges still lie.

Chair

Richard Stubbs
Chief Executive Officer
Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, part of the AHSN Network

Speakers

Ronke Adejolu
Associate CNIO - Community
NHSX
Eddie Olla
Regional Director for Digital Transformation
NHS Midlands
9:10 am - 9:30 am
NHS Digital: Fireside Chat with Simon Bolton

Chair

Angela Maragna
Head of Delivery at NHS Digital
Co-Director of One HealthTech

Speakers

Simon Bolton
Chief Executive Officer
NHS Digital
9:20 am - 9:40 am
National Data Guardian Update

Speakers

Nicola Byrne
National Data Guardian
Office of the National Data Guardian
9:20 am - 10:00 am
‘The Future is Hybrid’ Total Digital Triage and the Future of Access to the NHS
  • The impact of online access on staff and patients:
    • Increasing workload – breaking down the figures
    • The capacity to change demand type and frequency.
  • Finding the balance of virtual vs physical appointments to achieve a comprehensive hybrid approach.
  • Designing pathways to make both types appropriately accessible.
  • Why do we see variation in approach to service delivery models between practices? How are decisions made?
  • HomeFirst and Left shift – how do these trends impact the patient and clinical experiences
  • Understanding the impact of user design and usability of Digital Triage

Chair

Liz Ashall-Payne
Chief Executive Officer
ORCHA

Speakers

Minal Bakhai
Deputy Director and National Clinical Lead Digital First Primary Care
NHS England and Improvement
Farzana Hussain
GP/Clinical Director
Newnham PCN
Ed Turnham
GP and CCIO
Norfolk and Waveney CCG
Graham Kendall
Director
Digital Healthcare Council
9:40 am - 10:05 am
Achieving Royal Colleges 3.0: Open APIs and Open Source

– How open source has created interoperability in the Royal College of Paediatrics –why it solved an issue no one else could solve
– Examples for how every college could follow this model to create an ecosystem
– Delivering a forward thinking but ready for the present solution to integration

Speakers

Marcus Baw
Chair
RCGP Health Informatics Group
9:50 am - 10:30 am
How to Level Up: From Good to Great, Maintaining Momentum in Healthcare Innovation
  • Growth areas for innovation in healthcare – where are the biggest opportunities?
  • Redefining existing technologies to be used in an innovative way, examples and opportunities across the health and care system
  • Ensuring clinical and digital teams have the right tools, access to data and skills to level up innovative ideas into working programmes in clinical settings.
  • Bringing together research programmes and pilots into working healthcare settings
  • Innovation and transformation fatigue? Are teams feeling this and how can we combat it for progress?

Chair

Sam Shah
Chair
HETT Steering Committee

Speakers

Matthew Whitty
Chief Executive Officer
Accelerated Access Collaborative
Niamh McKenna
Chief Executive Officer
NHS Resolution
10:05 am - 10:45 am
Solving Real World Problems: Aligning the Tribes of Digital and ‘Improvement’ in NHS Transformation
  • How to find the sweet spot in blend of delivery between Improvement and digital services
  • Ensuring implemented digital tools and technology, support and drive forward the broader ambitions and outcomes to enable the new model (such as improving patient safety)
  • Recognising different languages and methodologies and bringing them together to create synergy.
  • Finding the best ways to align visions and share learnings.
  • The use of data for improvement

Chair

James Freed
Chief Information Officer
Health Education England

Speakers

Breid O’Brien
Deputy Director, Digital Health
NHSX
Penny Pereira
Deputy Director of Improvement and Programme Director
Health Foundation
Kevin Jarrold
Chief Information Officer
NWL Health and Care Partnership, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
10:30 am - 11:10 am
A Launchpad for Digital Transformation: Building a Strong ICS Structure and (NEW) Long term Strategic Planning
  • Weaving together digital strategy and organisational integration strategy to effectively lead transformation across the new local area.
  • Building strong foundation for leadership to bring together different parts of system to work collaboratively on a strategic vision.
  • Bolstering record sharing and clinical communication across what might be a different footprint to current agreements.
  • Patient centric clinical strategy to kick start underpinning of digital

Chair

Nicola Haywood-Alexander
Chief Information Officer
Lincolnshire NHS

Speakers

Paul Rice
Chief Digital and Information Officer
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
Eddie Olla
Regional Director for Digital Transformation
NHS Midlands
10:50 am - 11:10 am
Communications Technology: Key to Optimizing “Smart’ Hospital Operations and Improving Patient Outcomes
  • A modern communication platform is a foundational component of a smart hospital
  • It’s all about shortening the time to act
  • Integrations plus workflow orchestration are key to improving care
  • Support the various devices your staff need to optimize communications
  • Avoid isolating your staff and keep them safe!

Speakers

David Jones
Senior Clinical Executive
Vocera
10:50 am - 11:10 am
Driving Innovation in the Provision of Better Healthcare

As a GDE, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust knew that digitising medical records was a key part of their digital strategy.

Hear how they partnered with Xerox to:

  • Leverage the trust’s ‘digital at point of care’ strategy
  • Implement an end-to-end record scanning service
  • Deliver a secure cloud-based document management system
  • Release 1680m2 of floor space for clinical use so far
  • Save £9.75m
  • Reduce the health records budget to 25% of the original spend

Speakers

Linda Watts
General Manager Outpatients & Patient Access and Head of Health Records
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Remote Patient Monitoring: Real World Stories Supporting People at Home Through Tech Enabled Care
  • Patient impact of being cared for at home
  • Evaluating the impact of remote care on different cohorts of patients
  • Impact on care pathways integration
  • Impact on quality of care and clinical outcomes
  • Diagnostics, outpatients, supporting read missions

Chair

Andrew Barlow
Respiratory Medicine Consultant
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Speakers

Breid O’Brien
Deputy Director, Digital Health
NHSX
11:30 am - 12:10 pm
Evaluating Technology – In a Post DTAC World
  • Dtac as a starting place- -what are its long-term goals and applications?
  • Where would we like dtac to take us? Enabling flexibility in the concept of best practice to support further innovation.
  • Holding ourselves to account – How do we evaluate ourselves?
  • Ensuring that as an industry there is standardisation of working that enables ethical delivery of services
  • Where does dtac fit into the bigger picture of professional standards and teaching best practice?

Chair

Hassan Chaudhury
Healthcare UK
Department for International Trade

Speakers

Stuart Harrison
ISO Project Lead, PHD Researcher
Institute of Digital Healthcare
Maddie Julian
Co-Founder
Digibete
11:30 am - 12:10 pm
The Potential Power of Artificial Intelligence for Predictive and Preventative Care VS. The Transformational Gap: Addressing Algorithmic Bias to Enable Delivery of AI at Pace and Scale
  • Reimaging healthcare pathways to align with AI capability
  • Ensuring ethics remains at the centre of your data strategy Building AI and ML learning and predictive models that are unbiased.
  • How to responsibly achieve patient diversity to deliver effective care?
  • Data-driven healthcare as a force for greater health equity
  • How AI and ML can
    • revolutionise the way healthcare data is analysed and delivered
    • Enhance efficiencies, reduce risk, increase value, improve outcomes and reduce clinical variation

Speakers

Brhmie Balaram
Head of AI Research and Ethics
NHSX
Nadine Hachach-Haram
Consultant Plastic Surgeon and Head of Clinical Innovation
Guy’s and St. Thomas’s NHS Trust
12:10 pm - 12:50 pm
AHSN Network: Real World Evidence (RWE) for Digital Healthcare Innovation – ‘Can we make it work?’ is as important as ‘does it work?

 

  • What is RWE? Why is it important?
  • When is the right time to gather RWE?
  • Gathering RWE that is fit for purpose – what needs to be included?
  • What are the risks if we get the timing or approach wrong?
  • How to use RWE to support system changes

Chair

Neville Young
Director of Enterprise and Innovation
Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, part of the AHSN Network
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Setting up Comprehensive Digital Infrastructure for Patient Facing Technologies
  • Preparing your organisation by setting up the internal infrastructure ready to connect patient technologies.
  • Getting the patient pathways and data flows ready to roll out apps, wearables, and patient health records.

Speakers

Sally Lewis
National Clinical Lead for Value-Based and Prudent Healthcare
NHS Wales
Stephen Frith
Programme Director - Digital Services for Patient and Public
NHS Wales Informatics Service
1:10 pm - 1:50 pm
The Final Frontier for Clinical Communications
  • Achieving a sense of connection and communicating effectively in a virtual environment
  • Building out digital strategies remotely – How tools are enabling us to do this?
  • Building out the new ways of working for your semi/virtual teams
  • What retraining is required to work with your teams and engage with patients remotely?
    • Training remotely, both teams and team leaders

Chair

Richard Stubbs
Chief Executive Officer
Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, part of the AHSN Network

Speakers

Neil Ralph
TEL Programme Lead/ Onboarding and Training Lead for Nightingale Hospital
Health Education England
Minal Bakhai
Deputy Director and National Clinical Lead Digital First Primary Care
NHS England and Improvement
1:10 pm - 1:50 pm
Delivering True ROI with an Inclusive Digital Healthcare Landscape: Why Digital Mature Sites Prioritise Inclusive End to End Digital Services

Significant challenges, including regulatory uncertainty, increased demand for services, population changes, new care models, and a more informed and involved patient base are forcing healthcare industry leaders to rethink their strategies. We consider each challenge to be tackled and the real gains to be made by proactively delivering against these and designing end to end fully digitally inclusive services.

  • Leadership – training and succession planning
  • Leveraging Diversity & Inclusion in the Workforce and Workplace
  • Building inclusive and representative datasets to support equitable discovery and innovation in digital health care.
  • Building in process and steps to combat current lack of accountability.
  • How to Foster a Culture of Inclusion
  • Service Design and the sector-wide shift to patient-centered care and services

Chair

Sam Shah
Chair
HETT Steering Committee

Speakers

Owen Chinembiri
Senior Implementation Lead at the Race and Health Observatory
NHS Confed
Melissa Andison
Associate Chief Clinical Information Officer
Surrey and Borders NHS Foundation Trust
1:30 pm - 1:50 pm
How the Virtual Collaboration Platform Is Collaborating Better to Support Recovery from CV-19
1:50 pm - 2:10 pm
Learnings from the most digitally connected ICS in England – lessons for scaling and adoption
  • Deep dive into Frimley’s long-term strategy for digital connectivity and improvement
  • Strategy, implementation, adoption and scaling as part of wider clinical/improvement/locality planning

Speakers

Fiona Edwards
ICS Chief Executive
Frimley Health and Care
Mark Sellman
Chief Information Officer
Frimley Health and Care
2:30 pm - 3:10 pm
Digital and Social Prescribing: Enabling Better Collaboration between Services and Personalised Care
  • Ethics of social prescribing – building community activity around patient needs, thinking beyond illness and into wellness.
  • Combining efforts holistically across health, social care and third sector support organisations in communities
  • People able to control their own care plans – personalised care planning and patient-initiated treatment considered as a wider approach to digital.
  • How to utilise and work collaboratively with volunteer and community services

Chair

Roz Davies
Managing Director
mHabitat
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Becoming a Digital First Organisation – Making the Commitment as HEE

“Making HEE a Digital First organisation is one of five formally agreed objectives; ‘To demonstrate improvement in embedding digitalisation for our people, our business and our influence”

Chair

Sam Shah
Chair
HETT Steering Committee

Speakers

Navina Evans
CEO
Health Education England
3:10 pm - 3:50 pm
PRSB and INTEROPen hosted session: Data and Standardisation

Speakers

Afzal Chaudhry
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
3:20 pm - 4:00 pm
Ethics of Digital Health Innovation
  • ‘What do we do now?’ we have lots of data, how to use it for the most clinically beneficial purposes.
  • How have attitudes and culture changed among the sector to data privacy and insights
  • Giving frontline staff the tools to feel confident sharing data and information.
  • Governance is stepping back in what is ‘clinically appropriate’?
  • Moral and ethical duty to ensure health inequalities are challenged and reduced

Chair

Richard Stubbs
Chief Executive Officer
Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, part of the AHSN Network

Speakers

Rafiah Badat
Chief Digital Ethics and Privacy Officer
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Ciaron Hoye
Deputy CIO
Birmingham and Solihull CCG
Brhmie Balaram
Head of AI Research and Ethics
NHSX
3:30 pm - 3:45 pm
Enhancing Digitally Enabled Care with Chat Bot Mental Health Services
  • Establishing rapid roll out of 24/7 access to digital mental health services
  • Delivering a safe and impactful service
  • Understanding the parameters with which you wish to design your chat bot services.
    • Offering improved access to health and wellbeing services
    • Urgent and Emergency Access to support before crisis point.
    • Set up to enable signposting to necessary services and information quickly and as needed.
  • What is the potential for chat bot services?
    • E-learning packages to support well being
    • Bespoke service dependent on appetite and need of patient is possible on an integrated platform.

Speakers

Leanne Taylor
Project Support Officer for Digital Health
Lincolnshire CCG
3:45 pm - 4:25 pm
ORCHA Hosted Session: Apps and Wearables for Mental Health
  • How, where and when can mental health support clinical pathways?
  • Which patient needs is digital mental health support best placed to meet?
  • What should be included in mental health recovery action plans?

Chair

Liz Ashall-Payne
Chief Executive Officer
ORCHA
4:10 pm - 4:30 pm
Integration, Interoperability, and Skills: Three keys for enabling the Future of Healthcare in Europe

Speakers

Marcos Llorente
Adjunct Professor and Digital Health Lead
IE Univsersity
4:20 pm - 4:40 pm
Innovating at the Edge: Enabling Covid Secure Communication Strategies for an Electronic – ICU Insights from Royal Brompton
  • Award-winning (Future Healthcare Journal) innovation which enabled new/untrained clinicians in ITU to learn from and communicate with experienced colleagues between Red and Green Zones
  • The digital tools which enabled patient virtual visitations
  • E-ICU using teams, webcams etc.
  • Video consultations, but encompassing:
    • Attend Anywhere
    • MS Forms for PROMs etc
    • MS Teams for communication and e-outcome forms
    • MS Bookings for self-booking and multi-professional/patient consultations
    • digital appt letters

Speakers

Wajid Hussain
Consultant cardiologist
Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals
Adam Ingra
Innovation Programme Director
Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals