The Wider Data Strategy – Unleashing the Untapped Potential of Data-Driven Healthcare

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

Speakers:

  • Ming Tang, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, NHS England and Improvement
  • Simon Madden, Director of Policy & Strategy, NHSX

How an open platform approach accelerates development of digital services

In this session, our experts discuss creating scalable, dynamic and integrated care planning for citizens, carers and practitioners across 11 care settings in under 12 weeks:

  • Setting a local vision through desired experiences, principles and goals
  • Learn how the programme was led, and the solution co-produced with more than 150 citizens and clinicians
  • Lessons from working with an open platform and architecture approach to rapid solution development
  • Creating partnerships and ecosystems with industry and colleagues
  • Open platforms: Why the data and its separation from application matters
  • Low code: Accelerating app building and tooling to iterate fast on real technology that makes a difference

Speakers:

  • Matt Cox, Managing Director, Better UK & Ireland
  • Kate Walker, Digital Programme Director, Suffolk & North East Essex ICS

How do we work better with the public to strengthen trust and build confidence in 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?
  • How to we innovate and design around the patient needs – Keeping patients and service users at the heart of design process
  • 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?
  • When is the right time to approach and involve patients and the impact of involving them earlier?
  • Prioritising communication of how is patient data use to inform information and options for opting out.

Chair: Hassan Chaudhury, Healthcare UK, Department for International Trade

Speakers:

  • Amy Darlington, Executive Director, Imperial College Health Partners, part of the AHSN Network
  • Jacob Lant, Head of Policy and Research, Healthwatch
  • Sarah Brooke, Patient Representative

Connected Healthcare: Going Back to Square One

In this insightful session, Nokia’s UK&I, CEO, Philip Siveter discusses what is stopping you to achieve your digital transformation initiatives:

  • Trends are driving digitations raising business-critical questions in Healthcare: Why connectivity is key and the first thing you should take into account? How improving operations in your hospital will result in better patients’ outcomes?
  • What else should you consider in your Digital Transformation journey? The presentation will revolve around how Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise envisions a more connected and integrated Healthcare environment.

Speaker:

  • Philip Siveter, CEO, Nokia UK&I

Balancing the Responsibility for the Data Ecosystems Across ICS’s

In this session our experts discuss ‘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

Data Driven Decision Making

Population-level data insights from data are essential to improve outcomes and address health inequalities. In this session, we’ll explore what good looks like and how a collaboration between the open-source research platform OpenSAFELY and EMIS has delivered important insights into COVID-19 – including the under-reporting of Long COVID.
Find out more about: 

  • The use of integrated big data sets to get population-level insights to help tackle Covid-19 
  • How to inform care planning and decision making in your organisation by easing access to data  
  • Digitally transforming care pathways across organisational boundaries 
  • Making data from your organisation available to support clinical trials and the development of AI tools 
  • How collaborations with academia, industry and other partners can driving digital and data innovation 

Speakers:

  • Alex Eavis, Chief Product Officer – Digital & Analytics, EMIS
  • Brian MacKenna, Pharmacist, The DataLab – University of Oxford
  • Dima Avramov, Director of Artificial Intelligence, EMIS

Delivering 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

Chair: Glen Hodgson, Head of Healthcare, GS1 UK

Speakers:

  • Kwesi Afful, Assistant Director of Programmes – Digital Data and Technology, NHSX
  • Bevleigh Evans, Head of Population Health Management, NHS England and Improvement
  • Masood Ahmed, CMO and CCIO, NHS Black Country & West Birmingham CCG, Clinical Technology Officer at West Midlands AHSN, Part of the AHSN Network

Digital Technologies Supporting Chronic Disease Management 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

The Unexpected New Opportunities and Challenges of Innovating Across Integrated Care Settings

In this session, our experts discuss where the ‘new priorities’ and ‘quick wins’ lie in digital innovation; digital inclusion – the risks uncovered and the opportunities for improvements; the importance of standardising the concept of a digital patient; how to impact patients perspective on how they manage their health; the possibilities that come with putting patients at the centre of design; building trust alongside radical growth and change in new data pathways; the impact on culture and momentum of innovation.

Chair: Lisa Emery, Chief Information Officer, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

Speakers:

  • James Ritchie, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
  • Lee Rickles, Chief Information Officer, Yorkshire & Humber Care Record
  • Dylan Roberts, Chief Digital and Information Officer, York & Scarborough Teaching Hospitals FT
  • Andy Nieto, Global Healthcare Solutions Manager, Lenovo
  • Tristi Tanaka, Head of the Chief Medical Office, Black Country and West Birmingham CCGs

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

Chair: Glen Hodgson, Head of Healthcare, GS1 UK

Speakers:

  • Lord Philip Hunt, President,GS1 UK
  • Rachael Ellis, Scan4Safety Director, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Emma Summers, Programme Head, NHS Digital
  • Andy Raynes, Chief Information Officer, Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Kevin Percival, Chief Nursing Information Officer, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust

National Data Guardian Update

A National Data Guadian Update with Nicola Byrne, National Data Guardian at the Office of the National Data Guardian.

Achieving Royal Colleges 3.0: Open APIs and Open Source

  • How open-source has created interoperability in the Royal College of Pediatrics –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

Speaker:

Marcus Baw, NHS General Hacktitioner // Developer // Chair at RCGP Health Informatics Group

A Launchpad for Digital Transformation: Building a Strong ICS Structure and Long term Strategic Planning

This session outlines how to weaves together a digital and organisational integration strategy to effectively lead transformation across the new local area; the process in building a strong foundation for leadership to bring together different parts of the system to work collaboratively on a strategic vision; bolstering record sharing and clinical communication across what might be a different footprint to current agreements and 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
  • Matthew Stickland, Director of Strategy, TPP
  • Katherine Church, Chief Digital Officer, Surrey Heartlands ICS

How data-driven community services is transforming care delivery in Bromley

  • Making community services central to digital transformation
  • Overcoming multi-system implementation challenges
  • Moving care closer to home – using data to redesign pathways and minimise clinical risk

Speaker:

  • Sue Verran, Transformation Team Lead, Bromley Healthcare CIC
  • Jessica Ettridge, E-Rostering Lead, Bromley Healthcare CIC

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 Enterprise & Innovation, Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, part of the AHSN Network

Speakers:

  • Sven Bunn, Life Sciences Programme Director, Barts Health NHS Trust
  • Nick Hex, Associate Director, York Health Economics Consortium
  • Giles Tully, CEO, Pinpoint Data Science
  • Rahul Bharat, Consultant (Paediatrics), Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Jeanette Kusel, Scientific Advice Director, NICE

The Role and Impact of AI in Organs at Risk Auto-Contouring, a Study from Montpellier Hospital

In this session we will highlight the effect the AI system has had on:

  • Time-savings by using automated organs at risk contouring
  • Decreasing variability of organ contouring across users
  • Simplifying and automating workflows

Speakers

  • Hasan Jouni, Business Development Manager – Digital Health Services, Siemens Healthineers

The Network you Need When Care Matters

Digitalisation is the best opportunity for NHS Trusts to find the efficiencies they need to reduce patient backlogs and improve care. Hear from Simon Wilson, Aruba’s CTO on how Aruba ESP (Edge Services Platform) gives healthcare facilities an Edge-ready network to support next-gen digital services – giving patients better experiences, clinicians advanced tools, and IT functions a simple and secure foundation for providing a higher quality end-user experience.

Speaker:

  • Simon Wilson, CTO, Aruba

PRSB and INTEROPen Hosted Session: Interoperability Success: Do we need Pragmatism or Perfection to help it deliver?

Considering the movement of data across health and social care: 

  • What are the next practical steps for pushing forward interoperability? 
  • What are some immediate steps for interoperability that organisations can take now? 
  • Practical steps to build flexibility in your data strategy allowing room for the adoption of standards. 

Chair: Maureen Baker CBE, Chair, PRSB

Speakers:

  • Luke Readman, Regional Director of Digital Transformation, NHS London and INTEROpen Co-Chair
  • Nilesh Bharakhada, Executive Clinical Director of Health and Care, PRSB
  • Taffy Gatawa, Director, CASPA Board
  • Katie Thorn, Digital Engagement Manager, RNHA
  • Manesh Patel, Maternity and Community Interoperability Specialist, TechUK

Interoperability Success: Do we need Pragmatism or Perfection to help it deliver?

Considering the movement of data across health and social care, this session examines the: 

  • Practical steps for pushing forward interoperability
  • Immediate steps for interoperability that organisations can take now
  • Steps to building flexibility in your data strategy allowing room for the adoption of standards

Chair: Maureen Baker CBE, Chair, PRSB

Speakers:

  • Luke Readman, Regional Director of Digital Transformation, NHS London and INTEROpen Co-Chair
  • Nilesh Bharakhada, Executive Clinical Director of Health and Care, PRSB
  • Taffy Gatawa, Director, CASPA Board
  • Katie Thorn, Digital Engagement Manager, RNHA
  • Manesh Patel, Maternity and Community Interoperability Specialist, TechUK

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