Your complimentary virtual delegate place includes: 

  • Free access to high-level strategic content, on the new platform, with live video panel discussions and Q&As
  • Pick and choose sessions you would like you attend across the three days on the registration form
  • Live participation with the opportunity to submit questions to speakers through the platform
  • Access to on-demand content, such as additional pre-recorded sessions
  • Post-event platform access to view recordings of live sessions in case you were pulled away from watching in real-time

Draft Programme

Day 1 – 2 Feb

 

Day 2 – 11 Feb

 

09:00 - 09:45

Panel Discussion: Recalibrating digital priorities to support continued system recovery

  • Assessing pressure points across primary and secondary care to focus digital investment effectively
  • Dealing with the backlog: Using digital triage and AI to ease pressure on clinicians and streamline patient experience
  • Leveraging intelligence-led decision making to optimise resource utilisation

Panellists include:

Tara Donnelly, Chief Digital Officer, NHSX

Eddie Olla, Regional Director for Digital Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement - Midlands

Ayesha Rahim, Chief Clinical Information Officer/ Deputy Medical Director, Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust

09:00 - 09:45

Panel Discussion: Delivering anticipatory care at place level

  • Leveraging population health analysis for end-to-end system design based on population need
  • Digitising care pathways with more holistic oversight of health determinants and optimum intervention points
  • Integrating primary and secondary care with seamless data sharing and personalised care plans

Panellists include:

Sultan Mahmud, Director of Innovation, Integration & Research, Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

Katherine Church, Chief Digital Officer, Surrey Heartlands Partnership

09:45 - 10:00

Short break and session change

09:45 - 10:00

Short break and session change

10:00 - 10:45

Panel Discussion: Aligning the digital health and life sciences agendas

With terms like “precision medicine” and “personalised care” increasingly prevalent, how can organisations coordinate their agendas to provide the best possible treatment and care solutions for patients?

Panellists include:

Daniel Bamford, Deputy Director AI Award (Innovation, Research and Life Sciences Team), Accelerated Access Collaborative

10:00 - 10:45

Fireside Chat: What do NHSX objectives mean for your organisation and system?

  • Evaluating the covid-19 digital response and progress made in system recovery
  • Examining measures in place to drive efficiencies along the innovation roadmap at scale
  • Outlining priorities for NHSX’s third year of operation

With Matthew Gould, Chief Executive, NHSX

10:45 - 11:00

Short break and session change

10:45 - 11:00

Short break and session change

11:00 - 11:45

Panel discussion: Digitally-enabling primary care to support care delivery across the local population

  • Evaluating the PCN landscape and effectiveness
  • Leveraging digital solutions to manage the backlog: focus on triage and virtual consultations
  • Identifying and reaching out to vulnerable patients to ensure care is delivered to those in need

Panellists include:

Dr Minal Bakhai, National Clinical Director for Digital First Primary Care, NHS England and NHS Improvement

11:00 - 11:45

Panel discussion: Deploying telehealth solutions to achieve a more integrated primary and secondary care model

  • Keeping patients out of hospitals through digitally-enabled surveillance and management
  • Investigating appropriate funding models for at-home care
  • Capturing insights into disease prevalences to recognise early warning signs

In association with Orion Health

Panellists include:

Mike Fisher, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals Trust

11:45 - 12:00

Short break and session change

11:45 - 12:00

Short break and session change

12:00 - 12:45

Panel discussion: Digital career progression: Focus on the future workforce

  • Upholding diversity in hiring and career development
  • Engaging with the next generation of workforce

Panellists include:

Natasha Phillips, Chief Nursing Information Officer & Director of Patient Safety, NHSX

Ronke Adejolu, Associate CNIO – Community Nursing, NHSX

12:00 - 12:45

Panel discussion: Reimagining care pathways through effective data sharing

  • Revisiting the LHCRE programmes: How can systems accelerate patient record sharing?
  • Blurring the boundaries of primary and secondary care with seamless data sharing and personalised care plans
  • Using data to identify and pre-empt public health challenges and inequalities within the ICS

12:45 - 13:45

Lunch break

12:45 - 13:45

Lunch break

13:45 - 14:30

Interactive Group Discussions

Join one of two conversations to reflect on views of the day with peers from across the country. Your group will be pre-allocated and take place under the Chatham House rule, with a write up produced on the main themes of conversation.

Group 1: Achieving a “digital first” primary care approach
Group 2: How can AI be leveraged within your organisation in the near-term?

13:45 - 14:30

Interactive Group Discussions

Join one of two conversations to reflect on views of the day with peers from across the country. Your group will be pre-allocated and take place under the Chatham House rule, with a write up produced on the main themes of conversation.

Group 1: Streamlining data sharing to drive efficiencies in patient pathways
Group 2: Improving digital access in your local population

End of Live Sessions

End of Live Sessions

PM Chat room remains open PM Chat room remains open

 

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