February 20th 2019 - February 21st 2019 | Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh

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Event agenda

Digital Health & Care Scotland Day 2

08:45

Delegate registration, refreshments served in the exhibition area

Session 1: Driving national change

09:25

Introduction to day 2 from the conference chair

  • Recapping the outcomes from day 1
  • Highlights from the awards
  • The aims and objectives of the day

Pennie Taylor, Journalist and Broadcaster

09:30

Scottish Government Address

Shona Robison MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport

09:40

An opportunity to pose questions to the Cabinet Secretary

09:50

Data Informing Scotland's Health: Thinking Big...

  • The need to create next-generation learning health systems
  • Recognising the very considerable potential of Scotland’s unique health data assets
  • Synergising policy, health and care, academic and industry expertise to create the world’s first national learning health system demonstrator 

Professor Aziz Sheikh OBE, Professor of Primary Care Research & Development and Director, Usher Institute of Population 

10:10

Where The Click Do You Start - Creating a Digital NHS

  • The role of clarity, leadership, culture and connectivity
  • How to build a ‘hack not hierarchy culture and embed systems change

Claire Cater, Founder, The Social Kinetic

10:30

A Voice from the Frontline: Making digital/technology in the community work

  • Video consulting – a year in the life of Attend Anywhere
  • What’s coming next 

Hazel Archer, Technical Lead, Scottish Centre for Telehealth & Telecare

10:50

Audience interaction, questions and discussion with the panel

11:10

Networking refreshments in the exhibition area

Session 2: Technology in Action: Interactive Breakout Sessions

11:30

First breakout session

12:10

Transition between breakouts

12:15

Second breakout session

Breakout 1: Blockchain in Health & Social Care with Spiritus Partners

Hear from thought leaders about blockchain - what it is, why it matters and how it might be applied in health and social care. Explore promising uses and walk away with ideas and next steps for your organisation.

Susan Ramonat, Chief Executive Officer, Spiritus
Prof. Bill Buchanan OBE, Professor of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University

Breakout 2: Developing New Care Models That Combine Remote Monitoring with Machine Assisted Decision Support

Hear about how the Lenus digital platform is being used to develop new continuous and preventative care models that help move the burden of care from the acute setting into the community.

Paul McGuiness, Director, Storm ID
Craig Turpie, Creative Director, Storm ID

Breakout 3 Effective management of Patient Flow in Healthcare and Social Care with Intouch with Health

Attending for Social and Healthcare appointments can be stressful.  The smooth flow of people through their community or hospital experience is vital in alleviating stress - for people, social care, and healthcare staff alike.  Efficient and effective patient flow is essential and digital technology is a critical enabler for a paper-free environment in these sectors -  how can this be applied, in a practical example, to enable a stress-free environment and enhance choice in accessing public services?

Philip Bertram, Team Leader, Information Services, NHS Dumfries & Galloway

Colin Garrod, Business Development Manager, Intouch With Health

12:55

Networking lunch in the exhibition area

13:30

Meet the exhibitors

Your opportunity to explore applications of the latest innovative solutions available to the sector. Understand how these solutions can support your service delivery objectives.

Session 3: Themed sessions

In a series of themed interactive sessions delegates will have the opportunity to explore areas of interest with experts.

13:55

THEME 4

In association with InterSystems

Interoperability – Overcoming Integration Barriers Within Health and Social Care

We will discuss what can be done to ensure new and existing systems are interoperable. In doing so we will consider the use of a shared language and connecting with national systems, such as the Scottish National Patient Management System and SPIRE.

Chair: Pennie Taylor, Journalist and Broadcaster

Speakers:

Andy Grayer, Assistant Director of eHealth and Infrastructure, NHS Ayrshire and Arran
Pete Knight, Head of Service for Integration Support, National Services Scotland

Charles King, Head of Sales, Scotland, InterSystems
Mark Fleming, Nurse Consultant eHealth/Mental Health, NHS Ayrshire and Arran and National EHealth Clinical Lead NMAHPs, Scottish Government
John Sturgeon, eHealth Head of Programmes and Development, NHS Lothian 

THEME 5

In association with BlackBerry

Scaling It Up – Exploiting the Power of Disruptive Technology

There are examples of digital success across Scotland - how do we expand these projects so they can benefit more staff, people and communities? As we debate this challenge we will ask: are we embracing the use of mobile technology to empower the public and mobilise health and care providers?

Chair: Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive Officer, TEC Services Association C.I.C (TSA)

Speakers:

Margaret Whoriskey, Head of Technology Enabled Care & Digital Healthcare Innovation, Scottish Government
Dr Lesley Holdsworth, Scottish Government eHealth Clinical Lead with responsibility for NMAHP strategic direction
Professor Brian McKinstry, Professor of Primary Care E-Health, The University of Edinburgh
Barrie Dempster, Head of Cybersecurity Consultancy, BlackBerry

THEME 6

In association with Advanced

Empowering the Public, Engaging to Promote the Benefits of Digital Health and Care

Technology can empower the public to take control of their health. Can we do more to empower patients through the use of technology and by involving them in technological development? In this session we will consider these questions and more.

Chair: Zahid Deen, Digital Health and Care Strategic Lead, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) 

Speakers:

Anna Fowlie, Chief Executive, Scottish Social Services Council
Dr Scott Cunningham, Technical Consultant, My Diabetes My Way
Fiona McQueen, Chief Nursing Officer, Scottish Government
Ingrid Brindle, Chair, Thornley House Patient Participation and Group Member of Patient Online team, NHS England
Jonathan Darby, GP, NHS
Darrell Bailey, Sales Director, Sensely

14:45

Networking refreshment break in the exhibition area

Session 4: Learning from across the digital landscape

15:00

Keynote: Learning from digital transformation in other sectors

Brigid McBride OBE, Director of Digital Transformation, HMRC

15:20

Keynote: Learning from the international experience

Morten Elbæk Petersen, Chief Executive Officer, Sundhed.dk

15:40

Audience interaction, questions and discussion with the panel

15:55

Closing remarks from the chair

Pennie Taylor, Journalist and Broadcaster

16:00

Close of conference

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Digital Health & Care: Interoperability of Emerging Technology

08:50

Registration Open and Networking

09:15

Holyrood Welcome to delegates in the Exhibition Area

Meet the Exhibitors, your chance to hear about some of the most innovative solutions on the market.

Session One

MAXIMISNG THE IMPACT OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGY

09:30

Chair’s Introduction - Setting the scene and starting the discussion

Dr Margaret Whoriskey – Head of Technology Enabled Care & Digital Healthcare Innovation – Scottish Government

09:35

Scottish Government Presentation

10:00

Headline Sponsor Presentation 

10:20

Impact of Emerging Technology, how can it be scaled up on a national level? Interactive Session

  • Expert Panel, 4 speakers, first 20 mins discussing implementation of emerging technology.
  • Next 10 mins, interactive discussion on your table addressing challenges based on pre-event contributions from delegates. 
  • Final 20 mins, questions and discussion based on the input from the table discussion

11:10

Networking and Refreshments in the Exhibition Area

Session Two

CONNECTING TECH THAT EMPOWERS PATIENTS, CLINICIANS & CARE PROVIDERS

11:40

Transition to Themed Panel Sessions 

11:50

Themed Panel Sessions x 3

Delegates are encouraged to actively participate in these interactive sessions which will cover topics including:
  • Panel 1. Changing the way frontline health and care providers deliver services, accessing vital information at the point of care - chaired by Scott Heald, NHS NSS
  • Panel 2. Engagement, enabling supported self-management through use of innovative solutions  - chaired by Dr Margaret Whoriskey, Scottish Government
  • Panel 3. The impact of AI in Scottish health and care, how is AI improving service delivery?

13:00

Networking and Refreshments in the Exhibition Area

13:40

Demo Zone Presentation

14:00

Knowledge Exchange Workshops. 3 Parallel Sessions led by Public Sector Speakers

Discussing three of the biggest challenges facing health and care providers, delegates will have the chance to bounce ideas between the group that could overcome the issues and will be challenged to reach a conclusion by the end of the session.
  • Achieving an increase in Patient Engagement
  • Emerging Tech that supports people with Mental Health / long term conditions
  • Wearables / devices that monitor and share medical information

14:40

Networking and Refreshments in the Exhibition Area

Session Three

GETTING THE DIGITAL STRATEGY RIGHT, HOW TO GET BUY IN FROM EVERYONE INVOLVED

15:00

Creating a digital culture, integrating technology to improve outcomes - Action planning Interactive Session

Taking on board some of the key challenges and learnings highlighted throughout the day, this session will give you a chance to develop your digital strategy to support your organisations objectives. The outcomes of this session will be written up into an action plan and circulated to delegates post event.
  • Expert Panel, 4 speakers, panel discussion for the first 20 mins.
  • Next 10 mins, interactive discussion on your table. 
  • Final 30 mins, questions and discussion based on the input from the tables.

16:00

Chair Closing Remarks

Dr Margaret Whiroskey – Head of Technology Enabled Care & Digital Healthcare Innovation – Scottish Government

16:15

Conference Closes

 

Please note that all speakers and the agenda are subject to change without notice.