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

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Event Agenda

Digital Health & Care 2019 - Day 1

08:50

Registration Open and Networking

09:30

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

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

09:40

Scottish Government - Ministerial Presentation

Kate Forbes MSP, Minister for Public Finance & Digital Economy, Scottish Government

10:00

Headline Sponsor Presentation

10:20

Keynote Presentation: Digital Transformation, The Only Way To The Future

A review of digital transformation of healthcare globally, lessons learnt, mistakes made, remade and now to be avoided! From Leeds to Birmingham to Dublin to Wellington to Ontario to Cardiff, lets look at how to do this differently. 

Richard Corbridge - CDIO - Leeds Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust

10:40

Brexit: what comes next?

Mike Neilson - Director of the Scottish Government EU Office, Brussels

11:00

Networking Refreshments in the Exhibition Area

11:30 & 12:20

Digital Health & Care - Campfire Sessions

 

Led by experts from the sector, delegates will be able to gather key insights into the applications of the latest innovative solutions in a series of 40 minute interactive workshops.

 

Topics covered include:

 

Resilient and robust cyber security

How AI can improve patient diagnosis and treatment

Effective use of data, rethinking how services are delivered

Supported Self Management

 

*Pre-event registration required. Spaces are limited in each session.

Session 1a: Digitally delivering ‘Model of Care’ innovations

Paul Jennings - National Programme Manager - High Intensity Network

With so many exciting innovations and gadgets out there, it is easy to forget that improving the way we care for patients face to face is as important as it ever was; but can we digitally deliver ‘Model of Care’ innovations?

What are the benefits and limitations of creating virtual communities of practice?

How can we use technology to accelerate or change our learning experience?

Session 1b: Putting people first - connecting people, improving lives

Alyson Scurfield - CEO - TSA

13:00

Meet the Exhibitors - Networking and Lunch in the Exhibition Area

13:40

Demo Zone Presentation

An opportunity to hear directly from a technology vendor about the applications of their latest solutions. This informal session will give you a chance to ask questions and get a valuable insight into how you could benefit from the technology.

14:00

Themed Panel Sessions

Delegates have the choice of which session to attend, in advance of the summit you will register for your preferred session and have the chance to contribute to the agenda to ensure the themes align with key issues you want answers to.

Panel Session 1: Transitioning from analogue to digital telecare, maximising the benefits of a digital service.

Chaired by:

Zahid Deen - Director, Digital and Service Transformation - Health and Scoial Care Alliance

Speakers:

Dr Lesley Holdsworth - Clinical Lead for Digital Health & Care - Scottish Government

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

Panel Session 2: Workforce management and scheduling. Creating agile, mobile and efficient teams, improving and extending broadband and mobile networks that enables a cloud based, access anywhere approach.

Chaired by:

David Alexander - Founder - Mydex CIC

Speakers:

Mark Fleming - Consultant Nurse, Digital Services & Mental Health - NHS Ayrshire & Arran

Panel Session 3: National Digital Platform - Harnessing the power of data, improving outcomes for everyone.

Chaired by:

Manira Ahmad - Head of Local Intelligence - NHS National Services Scotland

Speakers:

Steve Baguley - Clinical Director eHealth - NHS Grampian

Penni Rocks - Head of eHealth Governance & Technical Strategy - Scottish Government

Chris Wright - Service Development Manager - NHS 24

Joanthan Cameron - Head of Service for Strategic Development - NHS NSS

14:50

Networking Refreshments in the Exhibition Area

15:10

Practical Examples & Positive Outcomes

Ann Marie Gallacher - CIO - NHS 24

15:30

Health & Care Digital Leaders, Delivering the Digital Health and Care Strategy - Panel Session

Chair:

Pennie Taylor - Health Journalist and Broadcaster

Speakers:

Dr Donald Macaskill - Chief Executive - Scottish Care

Caroline Lamb - Chief Executive - NHS Education for Scotland

Geoff Huggins - Director - NES Digital Service

George Crooks - Chief Executive - DHI

Colin Sinclair - Chief Executive - NHS National Services Scotland

Angiolina Foster - Chief Executive - NHS 24

16:30

Chairs summary...

Digital Health & Care 2019 - Day 2

09:00

Delegate registration, refreshments served in the exhibition area

09:30

Introduction to day 2 from the conference chair

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

Recapping the outcomes from day 1, sharing the aims and objectives of day 2.

09:40

Scottish Government Key Note Speech

10:00

Scottish Health Intelligence for Transforming Service Delivery & Outcomes

Mahmood Adil - Medical Director, Information Services Division - NHS National Services Scotland

10:20

Digital Innovators in Health, Care, Housing and 3rd Sector - Interactive Panel Session

Chair:

David Alexander - Founder - Mydex

Panelists:

Martin Pollhammer - Chief Executive - East Lothian Housing Association

Brian Duffy - TEC & Innovation Programme - Loretto Care

Chaloner Chute - CTO - Digital Health & Care Institute

Sue Scotland - Service Development Manager - NHS 24

Alyson Scurfield - CEO - TSA

11:10

Networking Refreshments in the Exhibition Area

11:40 & 12:25

Digital Health & Care - Campfire Sessions

Led by industry experts, delegates will be able to gather key insights into the applications of the latest innovative solutions in our 40 minute interactive workshops.

Topics for discussion include:

Transitioning from analogue to digital telecare

Integrated systems. sharing information securely

Mobile health and care monitoring

Increasing the use of video consultations

Session 1a: The Leeds Digital Way

Secretary of State Matt Hancock recently described the Leeds Way as mind blowing in its success and rapid improvement demonstration, the team from Leeds will take the audience on a journey and detail the delivery, the best practice and the lessons learnt along the way.

Presented by:

Richard Corbridge - CDIO - Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust

Sarah Moorhead - Head of Electronic Health Record Delivery - Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust

Johnny Chagger - Data Protection Officer and Head of Information Governance - Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust

*Pre-event registration required. Spaces are limited in each session.

13:05

Meet the Exhibitors - Networking and Lunch in the Exhibition Area

13:40

Demo Zone Presentation

14:00

Interactive Themed Panel Sessions x 3

 

Delegates are encouraged to play an active role in these co-designed interactive sessions which will cover topics including:

*Pre-event registration required. Spaces are limited in each session.

Panel 1 in partnership with Intersystems - Creating an effective flow of information across the whole care system.

Chaired by:

Manira Ahmad - Head of Local Intelligence - NHS National Services Scotland

Speakers:

Charles King - Head of Sales - Intersystems

Panel 2 in partnership with BJSS - Ethics in Healthcare AI

Chaired by:

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

Panel 3 - Empowering people, remote monitoring of long term conditions co-designed with health, housing and social care.

Chaired by:

Zahid Deen - Director, Digital and Service Transformation - Health and Scoial Care Alliance

Speakers:

Linda Morrow - Independent Living Advisor - Disabled Living Foundation

15:00

Networking Refreshments in the Exhibition Area

15:20

Digital Health & Care In Action - 4 x 10 Minute Lightning Presentations

A high paced end to the day, delegates will get an insight into four examples of digital success. This session is focused on practical examples, projects that you can look to replicate in your organisations. The outcomes from this session will influence your digital transformation strategy.

Presentation 1: PAMIS Digital Communications Passports

  • Using Pamis Digital Communication Passports to support health care
  • Helping people with complex health needs to express their care needs
  • Enabling access to technology and using it to enhance the experience of people with complex needs

Catriona Jamieson - Projects Co-Ordinator - PAMIS (Promoting a more inclusive society)

Presentation 2 - Primary Care Transformation

Murdoch Carberry - Interim Programme Delivery Lead & Service Improvement Manager - NHS 24

Presentation 3:

Amy Dougan - Business Development Manager - Hanover Housing Association

Presentation 4:

Clare Morrison - Senior Clinical Quality Lead / NHS Near Me Lead - NHS Highland

16:00

Chairs closing remarks

 

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