VentCamp


CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

EMBRACING INNOVATION IN HEALTHCARE DELIVERY


Conference Day One


09.00

Welcome Address to Future Healthcare Conference 2019: A Vision of the Future

Speaker to be confirmed

THE HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY LANDSCAPE

09.15

Finding a cure: Brexit and the impact on life sciences in Britain – an update

  • Life sciences outside Europe: concerns about a post Brexit future in life sciences
  • Where are we – an update for Spring 2019
  • Short, medium and longer term projections
  • Speaker to be confirmed

Stephen Dorrell, Chairman of the NHS Confederation, Chairman of Public Policy Projects

09.45

The Big Debate: a 're-imagined' UK healthcare system. What does it look like?

  • Technological advancement
  • Funding
  • Commission and Provision
  • The Ecosystem

Panellists:

Lord O’Shaughnessy, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health, UK Government (invited)

Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England (invited)

Dr Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive, Health Foundation

Facilitated by Dan Male, Editor, Accountable Care Journal (invited)

10.30

Keynote Address: technology transformation is coming!

  • Transforming technology to reduce staff workloads and improve patient care
  • Replacing paper-based systems with electronic systems
  • Transforming technology in hospitals and giving patients access to health services at home
  • Reducing medical errors by up to 50%

Lord O’Shaughnessy, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health, UK Government (invited)

11.00

Networking Break

11.30

Digital development in the NHS – where are we?

  • Current and future initiatives in digital health for citizen facing services
  • Changing public demands and expectations and how the NHS is working to meet these using digital technology
  • Trends in industry and different approaches to providing a different experience for users in the NHS

Sam Shah, Director for Digital Development, NHS England

SCALING INNOVATION

12.00

Scaling up digital transformation: real-world insight from the NHS Innovation Accelerator

Sharing real-world, practical insight and learning from the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA), this panel session will identify some of key challenges to scaling innovation in the NHS, exploring how NIA Fellows are approaching and working to overcome these barriers, and considering how the system can best support adoption and spread.


Chaired by: Dr Amanda Begley, National Director, NHS Innovation Accelerator

Alistair Martin, 2017 Fellow, NHS Innovation Accelerator (innovation:WaitLess)

Katherine Ward, 2017 Fellow, NHS Innovation Accelerator (innovation:Dip.io )

Liz Ashall-Payne, 2017 Fellow, NHS Innovation Accelerator (innovation: ORCHA)

Myles Murray, 2017 Fellow, NHS Innovation Accelerator (innovation:RespiraSense)

12.30

Scaling up your innovation

  • Your innovation - is it a national priority?
  • Navigating procurement
  • Grass roots movements that commissioners can't ignore
  • Distribution vs product led growth

Melissa Morris, Chief Executive Officer, Lantum

13.00

Lunch

14.00

Panel Discussion: Instant messaging in the NHS; Re-inventing patient pathways using alternative style communications

  • The problem of some NHS Trusts not having policies in place to prevent staff sharing sensitive information via WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger
  • A look at other secure solutions for healthcare staff that reap the benefits but not the pitfalls of instant messaging
  • Future scenarios

14.45

Panel Discussion: Future Technologies in Practice

A panel discussion of health technology experts exploring the potential for healthcare technologies: artificial intelligence, robotics, virtual reality etc


Helen Shaw, Head of Healthcare, Samsung Health UK & Ireland

Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, TSA The Voice of Technology Enabled Care

Representative, Edinburgh Centre for Robotics

15.30

Networking Break

FUNDING, INTEGRATION & PARTNERSHIPS IN THE UK NHS

16.00

Gathering the highest quality evidence to improve care

  • Working in partnership with patients and NHS staff throughout the UK and boosting research activity
  • Providing more clarity on what works in improving healthcare, what doesn’t, and why.

16.30

AI Partnerships and Projects

Professor Chris Holmes, Director for the Health Programme, Alan Turing Institute

17.00

Integrative Universities

A showcase of some of the leading universities in the UK implementing an integrative healthcare system for their patients

Speakers to be confirmed

17.30

Close of day one


Conference Day Two


09.15

Chairman’s welcome to day two

HEALTHCARE: A GLOBAL VIEW

09.20

Opening Keynote Session: going global – private and NHS healthcare going overseas

  • How this is done most effectively and efficiently
  • How UKIHMA can help
  • Overseas markets and areas of real growth potential
  • Opportunities and an overview of what is currently happening

Paul Jobson, Managing Director, UKIHMA

09.50

Exporting innovation to overseas markets

  • The importance of innovation as a driver for the strong reputation of the NHS
  • How attractive UK innovation is to healthcare systems in other parts of the world
  • Success stories to date

Allison Joynson, Director of International Projects and System Transformation

10.20

Panel: Healthcare tourism; overseas hotspots, foreign patient placements and the global health tourism landscape

  • The pheonomenon of health tourism; concepts, ethics, and practices
    • Improving the patient experience and excellence of care received by patients who travel for their medical care and treatment
    • The future of medical travel, medical tourism and international patients in the short and long term future

Mariano Gonzalez, Chief Executive Officer at Danat Al Emarat Hospital for Woman & Children (invited)

Dr. Amer Mohammed Aqil Ali Al Zarooni, CEO, Dubai Healthcare City Authority (invited)

Karen Timmons, CEO, Global healthcare Accreditation Programme (invited)

11.00

Networking Break

11.30

Focus on Cuba: what can we learn from overseas healthcare systems?

  • How the Cuban government operates a national health system and assumes fiscal and administrative responsibility for the health care of all its citizens.
  • A practical look at how it runs
  • Successes and obstacles

Roberto Morales Ojeda, Minister for Public Health, Cuban Government (invited)

12.00

Changing the face of healthcare in Africa; leveraging exponential technology to demonetise and democratise quality healthcare.

  • Leapfrogging technology to provide access to healthcare in the developing world
  • The current situation and challenges faced
  • Looking forward

Dr Yomi Jaye, Medical Director, Cecy Health, Nigeria

12.30

Improving the lives of the poorest nations through innovation; the march of blockchain technology

  • Transforming healthcare via the blockchain; an introduction
  • How blockchain can circumvent some of the biggest issues in poorer nations such as corruption
  • The future of the blockchain and its influence on world health

Jim St. Clair, Founder, Institute of Healthcare Financial Technology
Prof Roland Schlesinger MD, Chief Medical Officer, Lancor Scientific

HEALTHCARE BIG SPENDERS

13.00

Funding China’s transformation to a US$1trillion industry by 2020

  • Explosive growth in the Chinese healthcare market – why investors are attracted
  • A growing hub for health care research and development
  • Significant support for innovation

Mr. Wu Jinglei, Director, Shanghai Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning (invited)
Mr. Ge Yanfeng, Director-General, Research Department of Social Development, Development Research Center of the State Council (invited)

13.30

Lunch

14.30

Japan – the world’s 3rd largest spender on Healthcare after USA and China

  • Challenges: how declining birth rate coupled with an expanding elderly population is expected to put severe stress on the healthcare system.
  • How the Japanese government is facing a major challenge to continue funding its distinguished healthcare system with these increasing pressures and demands.
  • Innovation, sustainability, prosperity: Japan’s healthcare vision and how it plans to achieve it

Yoritomo Wada, Healthcare Sector Leader, Deloitte Japan

15.00

Developing a smart city infrastructure capability for future health and wellness

  • Smart City LoRa/LPWAN infrastructure prototype – an introduction
  • A guided tour of what a smart city infrastructure would entail, and what it would mean for citizens’ health and wellbeing
  • From prototype to pilot – plans for different areas of the UK
  • Construction

Julie Snell, Managing Director, Bristol is Open (invited)

15.30

Smart buildings driving smart healthcare outcomes

  • Connectivity enabled by IOT; opportunities for organizations to put their buildings to work to realize industry-specific outcomes and benefits
  • The potential for smart buildings for healthcare, thanks to technology advancements and broader industry and regulatory drivers.
  • Future possibilities

Speakers to be confirmed

16.00

Chairman’s Closing Remarks

16.15

End of Conference

‘This programme is subject to change without notice’



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