Emerging technologies: what does the future of health care look like?

16/10/2019 - 16/10/2019 • 11-13 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN

Programme

  • 16 October

Registration opens, exhibition and networking

08:30 AM 09:00 AM

Artificial intelligence (AI) in health care: how do we move from research to practical application?

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Eleonora  Harwich

Matthew  Honeyman

Opening plenary

10:00 AM 11:20 AM

TE Terence Eden

Matthew  Honeyman

DJ Dr Indra Joshi

John  Marsh

Patrick  Mitchell 

Refreshment break and networking 

11:20 AM 12:00 PM

Breakout A : What value can we generate using data?

12:00 PM 01:00 PM

SD Spiros  Denaxas

David  Maguire

Sameer Trikha

Breakout B: AI solutions for primary care

12:00 PM 01:00 PM

MG Martin  Godfrey

AS Anastacia  Simonchik

Ulf  Österstad 

Breakout C: Taking a human-centred approach to designing & evaluating digital health services

12:00 PM 01:00 PM

Kate  Burn

Kassandra  Karpathakis

Buffet lunch and networking 

01:00 PM 02:05 PM

Breakout D: Patient voice in the new digital health landscape

02:05 PM 03:05 PM

David  Maguire

DN Dr Rashmi  Narayana

Seb Tucknott

Breakout E: Working across boundaries

02:05 PM 03:05 PM

Matthew  Honeyman

Alex  Kafetz

CP Carlos Pittol

Breakout F: Building and maintaining trust to develop and implement AI in health care

02:05 PM 03:05 PM

SP Simon Perks

CS Chris  Suter

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking   

03:05 PM 03:25 PM

Closing plenary: Facing the challenge of inequalities through digital solutions.

03:25 PM 04:45 PM

Ivana  Bartoletti

David  Maguire

Sam Shah

Sponsors

Exhibitors

Speakers

Attendees

Ivana  Bartoletti

Head of Privacy and Data Gemserv and Co-Founder
Women Leading in AI Network
Ivana Bartoletti is Head of Privacy and Data Ethics at City-based consultancy Gemserv, and supports businesses in their privacy by design programmes, especially in relation to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and blockchain technology.
Ivana was awarded ‘Woman of the Year’ (2019) in the Cyber Security Awards in recognition to her growing reputation as an advocate of equality, privacy and ethics at the heart of tech and AI.
She is a sought after commentator for the BBC, Sky and other major broadcasters and news outlets (Guardian, Telegraph) on headline stories where the tech economy intersects with privacy and data law and politics.
Ivana launched the Women Leading in AI network in May 2018, a thriving international group of scientists, industry leaders and policy experts advocating for responsible AI. Their 2018 report made waves among tech leaders, international institutions and the media, who backed many of its recommendations.
Bartoletti is Co-editor of the Fintech Circle’s AI Book, their first major publication focused on how AI is reshaping financial services. Ivana's first book focuses on the socio-economic impact of AI and will be released in 2020 by Indigo Press.

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Kate Burn

Lead Service Designer
Public Health England
Kate is the Lead Service Designer at Public Health England, she’s on a mission to improve wellbeing and reduce health inequalities across the UK by helping PHE design great services and enable the public health system to deliver them. Work to date includes developing digital service improvements to drive the impact of the NHS Health Check service, a national risk assessment and management programme for cardiac health, available to UK citizens aged 40-74.
Prior to PHE, Kate worked with IDEO London, where she built and led inspiring design research programmes with project teams and helped global clients in a wide range of sectors develop better ideas by building their capability to understand people and apply this insight to product development and service strategy.

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Spiros Denaxas

Associate Professor, Biomedical Informatics
University College London

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Terence Eden

Senior Technology Advisor
NHSX

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Martin Godfrey

GP
Governing Member of Lambeth Clinical Commissioning Group

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Vibhor Gupta

Director and Founder
PangaeaData.AI

Eleonora Harwich

Director of Research & Head of Tech Innovation
Reform
Eleonora is Director of Research and Head of Digital and Tech Innovation at Reform think tank. Her work focuses on how tech innovations can help public services deliver better outcomes for people. She has particular interest in the public-sector applications of artificial intelligence (AI). She has led and co-authored papers on AI in the NHS, the value of healthcare data, commercial models within healthcare system, the regulation of data-driven technologies in healthcare and data sharing in the public sector. She is a member of the AI Programme advisory board for the Academic Health Science Network. She is also the London Hub Lead of One HealthTech a volunteer-led network that seeks to promote diversity in healthtech.

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Matthew Honeyman

Policy Researcher
The King's Fund
Matthew is a researcher in the policy team and is interested in the effective, fair use of digital and data-driven technology in the health and care system. He specialises in research, policy advice and comment in this area. His recent work includes projects on digital change in health and care, the impact of technology on productivity and digital primary care models. He chaired the scientific committee for The King’s Fund annual Digital Health and Care Congress.

He contributes to the Fund’s research and analysis across the health and social care system too, most frequently on primary care. He has worked on acute sector, social care, community care and mental health care projects.

He returned to the Fund from sabbatical in 2017, having studied for an MSc in social science from the Oxford Internet Institute. His thesis focused on the development of artificial intelligence in health care.

Matthew joined the Fund in 2013. Before that, he worked at the Innovation Unit for Public Services and University College London’s Constitution Unit. He holds a philosophy, politics and economics degree from Oxford University.

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Dr Indra Joshi

Head of Digital Health and AI
NHSX

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Alex Kafetz

Managing Director
ZPB Associates and Member of the International Information Board
Alex is Managing Director at ZPB Associates, a UK based company which helps organisations navigate the health and social care system. He has responsibility for leading data projects, growing the business and managing the accounts of key clients.
Alex joined from Dr Foster where he was head of strategic insight. He has edited six editions of the Hospital Guide and produced two instalments of the influential Intelligent Board series. He was also a key part of the teams that conceived and launched NHS Choices and Dr Foster’s pioneering Global Comparators programme.
After beginning his career in the NHS, Alex spent six years in regulation latterly at the Healthcare Commission leading on elements of the annual health check including risk based inspection targeting and presentation of information.
In 2006/07 Alex was an inaugural winner of the James Mayes award and spent time working for leading US healthcare company Premier Inc. on emerging models of accountable care.
Alex is a nationally and internationally recognised thought leader on technology, healthcare data, and transparency.He is a campaigner for better transparency of outcomes of care as a means of improving services and ensuring citizens have the same information as clinicians and managers on the quality of services in the NHS and social care and across the NHS and the private sector.
He has a number of non-executive and lay positions including an independent member of the National Information Board (NIB) since 2014 and also the Waltham Forest CCG remuneration committee and patient participation board. He was previously an advisor to the Cabinet Office on open data. In 2018 Alex was appointed as an advisor to the Independent Inquiry into the issues raised by breast surgeon Ian Paterson.

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Kassandra Karpathakis

Digital Strategy
Public Health England
Kassandra is Digital Strategy Lead at Public Health England. She focusses on shaping the teams’ strategic direction by combining human-centred design, technology and public health approaches to solve complex public health problems. Kassandra also leads Public Health England’s Evaluation Service, which has established the first national approach for embedding the practice of evaluation into the development of digital health technology. Before Public Health England, Kassandra was a founding member of a rare disease start-up. She has a particular interest in translating research into practice, how digital can support face-to-face services, whether or not gender inequalities are perpetuated in digital technology and preventative healthcare.

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David Maguire

Senior Analyst
The King's Fund
David Maguire is a senior analyst in the policy team and is responsible for the analysis of quantitative data, using a range of methods, across topics including workforce, primary care, inequalities, productivity and social care.
Before joining the Fund, David worked at the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland where he supported managers to make their services more financially sustainable. He has an MA in health economics from the University of York and previous experience in the commissioning sector in Northern Ireland.

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Paul Malcolm

Managing Partner- Healthcare
Agilisys

John  Marsh

Advisory Group Member 
Use MY Data
John Marsh has a career background in publishing and consumer data. In 2008, with no prior symptoms, he was found to have bowel cancer as a result of participating in the national screening test. Since then he has taken an interest in the application of patient data to improve health and in helping remove the barriers to the appropriate use of that data to drive forward research.

John is a member of the Advisory Group of use MY data, an independent movement of patients, carers and relatives, which champions the patient voice in decision making on using patient data.use MY data endeavours to highlight the many benefits that appropriate usage of healthcare data can make, to save lives and improve care for all.

John follows developments in AI in healthcare and is optimistic that the next five years will see more applications, particularly in diagnostics and patient support, move from proven research into standard practice by gaining public and clinical support.

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Patrick  Mitchell 

Regional Director-South of England 
Health Education England 
Patrick Mitchell is the Director of Innovation and Transformation. He joined HEE in 2013 as Director of National Programmes and then Regional Director South of England. He moved from senior roles in medical and dental education at the Department of Health and has previously worked as Chief Operating Officer/Deputy Chief Executive at St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust in South London and Director for Operations at the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust. He has also worked for PwC in their California practice in San Francisco.
His current role covers:
•NHS Knowledge Management and Library Services
•HEE Workforce Transformation Programme
•HEE Technology Enhanced Learning Programme incorporating e-Learning for Healthcare
•HEE Building a Digital Ready Workforce Programme
Patrick’s national Senior Responsible Officer portfolio at HEE includes the above programmes as well as Urgent and Emergency Care and the Medical Associate programmes.
He recently oversaw the Topol Review, a major independent piece of work commissioned by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care led by Dr Eric Topol of the Scripps Institute in San Diego. They investigated the workforce, education and training implications of the introduction of digital technologies
He also chairs e-Integrity, a private enterprise jointly governed between HEE and the Royal Colleges, selling learning materials internationally and reinvesting the profits into NHS e-learning materials and is also a Board member of a large homeless charity covering the East Midlands based in Nottingham.

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Dr Rashmi Narayana

Head of Operations
Our Mobile Health

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Ulf Österstad 

Senior General Practitioner and Head of Operations
Bra Liv nära

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Simon Perks

Head of AI and Robotics
Agilisys

Sam Shah

Director of Digital Development
NHS England, NHS Improvement and NHSX
Dr Sam Shah is a clinician and Director for Digital Development for NHSx. He has a background in primary healthcare, public health and research. His main focus is using digital technology to help enable access to health services; optimise the citizen experience; whilst improving system efficiency. Sam has overseen the development of NHS 111 Online and other digital urgent and emergency care programmes in England. He has also been involved in the digital development of the ecosystem and has a strong interest in the digital-first agenda across a number of sectors.

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Anastacia Simonchik

Product Development Manager
Visiba Care

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Sameer Trikha

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
King’s College NHS Foundation Trust and Chief Medical Officer, Visulytix
Mr Sameer Trikha is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon with a specialist interest in Glaucoma at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Southampton with distinction and finished his Ophthalmology residency in the Wessex region before completing a Clinical Research Fellowship in Glaucoma at the prestigious Singapore Eye Research Institute and Clinical Fellowship at Moorfields Eye Hospital. In addition, he has recently completed an MBA in Healthcare Management from Imperial College, London. Mr Trikha is a national prize winner, and has published widely in Ophthalmology, with over 20 peer reviewed publications and two books to his name. He is passionate about improving the quality and accessibility of care for patients through the use of digital technology and founded Visulytix, an Artificial Intelligence company developing ground breaking solutions for the early detection of eye conditions such as glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration and glaucoma, in 2016. Today Visulytix’ flagship AI solution Pegasus is being used across 125 countries. He Is their current Chief Medical Officer.

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Seb Tucknott

Co-founder
IBD Relief
Seb has lived with the long term chronic condition ulcerative colitis since 2008. He has used his experience as a patient and a web agency founder to create IBDrelief - a support and information website for people living with inflammatory bowel disease.

He is passionate about improving the quality of life for patients living with long term conditions through better information and improved support to self manage their condition. His own disease is currently in remission through using this approach.

Seb is an experienced patient, advocate, entrepreneur, speaker and mentor

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Intisar Abdul-Kader

Patient and Public Involvement Coordinator
The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust
PA

PRINCE ADE-ODUNLADE

Managing Director
Central North West London NHS Foundation Trust
DA

Dzifa Agbenu

Programme Lead
Lincolnshire East CCG
RA

Rowland Agidee

National Genomics IM&T Manager
All Wales Genomics Service
MA

manzoor ahmed

Patient leader
Royal Berkshire NHS FT
SA

Shabana Ali

GP / Clinical Director
Redbridge CCG
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Alastair Allen

Healthcare CTO
Kainos Software
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Hannah Allen

CEO
Tinto
NA

Nuno Almeida

Founder CEO
Nourish Care
HA

Helen Alper

Associate Director of Knowledge Services
Barts Health NHS Trust
LA

Lisa Anderton

Head of Patient Experience
UCLH
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Tresa Andrews

Divisional (Mental Health) QI Lead
CNWL
CA

Christine Angee-Otim

Head of Contracts and Commissioning Public Health
NHS England
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Anne Anne

Director
Fairstar Limited
SA

Shona Ash

Senior Proramme Manager
Healthy London Partnership
NA

Nicole Atkinson

Clinical Chair for Nottingham West CCG
NHS Nottingham West CCG
PB

Paul Bachoo

Medical Director, Acute Services
NHS Grampian
YB

Yusura Bakar

Senior Clinical Research Facilitator
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
MB

Minal Bakhai

Clinical Advisor, Digital Transformation
NHS England
AB

Aisha Balogun

Business Analyst
Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust
LB

Lee Basso

Deputy Director of Strategy
BHRUT
AB

Amit Bhargava

GP
NHS
RB

Raghuv Bhasin

Deputy Director, ICS Delivery
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
AB

Arun Bhoopal

Senior Analytical Lead
NHS England
JB

Jayne Blacklay

Managing Director
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust
JB

Jeff Boateng

Executive Director of Informatics
Camden & Islington NHS FT
PB

Philip Brading

CEO
UCLH Charity
WB

Will Bronze

Graduate Surveyor
NHS Property Services
CB

Cornelia Broqvist

Head of Marketing and Communications
Visiba Care
KB

Karen Broughton

Director of Strategy and Transformation
South West London Health and Care Partnership
DB

David Buckle

Dr
East and North Hertfordshire Hospitals Trust
JB

Jacqui Bunce

Programme Director
Lincolnshire STP
CB

Claire Byrne

Quality Improvement Programme Officer
Kingston Hospital Foundation Trust
JC

Jenny Camaradou

Bid writer
Self employed
CC

Caroline Carder

Senior Project Manager
UCLH
NC

Nicholas Carding

Correspondent
Health Service Journal
AC

Andrew Carne

CCIO
Royal Surrey County Hospital
MC

Martin Carpenter

Chief Technology Officer
Optum
IC

Ian Carr

Business Development Director - Health
Mrs
DC

dale carrington

CNIO
Whittington health NS trust
AC

Adam Carson

Associate Director of ICT
South Warwickshire NHS FT
JC

John Carvel

Non executive director
Dorset HealthCare University NHS FT
JC

James Chal

NICOR Chief Operating Officer
Barts Health NHS Trust
NC

Navin Chandra

Consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist
CNWL NHS foundation trust
JC

Judith Chapman

Development Director
Berkshire Healthcare NHS Trust
JC

Jiri Chard

Senior Analytical Lead
NHSE/I
RC

Rahul Chodhari

Clinical Director
The royal Free NHS Foundation trust
RC

Rachna Chowla

Partner/Clinical Lead
Dr Rachna CHOWLA
AC

Andrew Cleminson

Health Sales Consultant
Agilisys
AC

Andrew Cleminson

Sales consultant
Agilisys
SC

Siobhan Clibbens

Senior Information Manager (Spec Comm)
NHS England
SC

Stephanie Coughlin

RCGP Clinical lead innovation
RCGP
CC

Conan Cowley

Senior Primary Care Transformation Manager
NHS Barnet CCG
AC

Anne Coyle

Managing Director
South Warwickshire Foundation Trust
ZC

Zachary Craft

Clinical Teaching Fellow
RUH
AC

Atholl Craigmyle

Finance Director
Hilton Nursing Partners Limited
MC

Mark Crocker

Director of IT
Proton Partners International
MC

Matthew Cullis

Managing Partner
Leacroft Medical Practice
RC

Rosie Cunningham Thomas

Trustee
Horder Healthcare
MD

Michelle Dady

Clinical Hub Improvement Lead
London Ambulance Service
JD

Jana Dale

Head of Transformation, PCDT
NHS England
UD

Una Dalton

Director of Governance and Quality
Lambeth CCG
SD

Steve Dance

Trustee
Horder Healthcare
JD

Jonathan Darley

Senior Project Manager
Health Innovation Network
RD

Rishi Das-Gupta

Chief Innovation and Technology Officer
Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals NHS FT
RD

Rishi Das-Gupta

Chief Innovation and Technology Officer
Royal Brompton and a Harefield NHS FT
AD

Alan Davies

Director of Digital
Innovation Agency (NWC AHSN)
CD

Christopher Davies

Associate Director Business Intelligence
BNSSG CCG
AD

Adam Dawes

PWP Team Lead
NHS
MD

Matthew Dearing

Senior Analyst
NHS England
PD

Paul Deffley

Clinical Director
Practice Unbound
SD

Sophie Dennis

Lead Service Designer
NHS Digital
SD

Sadaf Dhalabhoy

Head of analytics
NHS England
ED

Esther Dias

Health Protection Programme Lead
NHS Bromley CCG/London Borough of Bromley
ND

Nick Downing

NHS Head of Service
VHG
JD

James Dunmore

Director
Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership
JD

James Dunmore

Director
Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership
CD

caroline durack

Director of Operations
Hammersmith & Fulham GP Federation
EE

Elinor Eastwood

Analyst
Health Innovation Network
JE

Jenni Ebert

Trustee
Horder Healthcare
JE

Johanna Ejbye

Senior strategy manager
NHS ENGLAND
RE

Ralph Elias

Head of Planning
London North West University Healthcare
RE

Rachael Ellis

Chief Officer
NHS Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG
AE

Andy Ennis

COO
Bolton FT
AE

Andrew Evans

Property Strategy
NHS Property Services
LF

Lisa Farier

Head of Business Intelligence
NHS Derby and Derbyshire CCG
CF

Caroline Farrar

Programme Director for Integrated Care
Guildford and Waverley ICP
DF

Dean Fathers

Chair
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
AF

Audrey Fearing

Partner
RSM
AF

Andrew Fenton

Programme Director, Thames Valley & Surrey LHCR
NHS South, Central and West CSU
SF

Sarah Fisher

Marketing Director
Nuance
LF

Liam Forde

Product Manager
Optum
AF

Andy Friend

Head of Business Intelligence
Care Unbound
EF

Elizabeth Frost

EM Doctor
UHS
AF

Andrew Furlong

Medical Director
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
AF

Alison Furzer

Director of Informatics
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
AG

Alex Garner

People Participation Lead
Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
JG

Joanna Gavins

Quality Improvement Programme Lead
NHS England/NHS Improvement
FG

Fiona Ghalustians

Senior Midwife Project Manager
NWL Collaboration of CCGs
BG

Ben Gildersleve

Digital Programme Director
South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System
CG

Carole Gillespie

BLMK ICS Priority Lead Complex Care
Bedfordshire Luton & Milton Keynes ICS
NG

Nicola Gill

Digital Inclusion Lead
NHS Digital
DG

Daniel Glasgow

Deputy Director - Primary Care Transformation
Barnet CCG
SG

Sheila Glenn

Divisioanl Operations Director
Norfolk & Norwich Hospitals
LG

Lesley Goodburn

Senior Improvement Manager Pt Experience
NHS improvement
GG

Glenys Goodwill

Retired NHS librarian
None
AG

Anne Gordon

Chief Therapist
Evelina London Children's Healthcare
SG

Shane Gordon

Director Strategy, Research & Innovation
NHS
DG

Darren Gray

Portfolio and Relationship Manager
Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust
CG

Chris Green

Development Lead
IUEC Transformation West Midlands
CG

Chris Green

Development Lead IUEC West Midlands
NHS Sandwell & West Birmingham CCG
AG

Andrew Gregory

Associate Director, Government Affairs UKI
Gilead
AG

Al Grenfell

Regional Head - London IBC
NHS Digital
LG

Lee Gridley

Web Projects Lead
NHS
ZG

Zara Gross

Cancer Strategy Implementation Lead
Transforming Cancer Services Team
RG

Rafael Guerrero

Consultant Paediatric Cardiac Surgeon
Alder Hey Children's Hospital
RG

RAFAEL GUERRERO

CLINICAL DIRECTOR
ALDER HEY CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
MH

Matthew Hall

Director & CAE
Cerner UK
CH

Claire Hankey

STP Director of Communications and Engagement
Mid and South Essex STP
CH

Charlotte Harris

Population Health Intelligence Improvement Manager
NHS E/I
DH

Daniel Harris

Policy Officer
General Medical Council
NH

Nick Harris

Head of PMO
North Bristol NHS Trust
KH

Karen Hartley

Professional Lead for Nursing
Sussex Community NHS Foundation trust
AH

Angela Harvey

Senior Independent Director
Camden & Islington NHS FT
BH

Benjamin Heap

Platform Manager
NHS England & Improvement
TH

Tal Helbitz

Governing Body Lead - Digital
Barnet CCG
LH

Lewis Hilditch

Information Analyst Specialist - Cancer
NHS Doncaster CCG / SYB Cancer Alliance
JH

Joanna Hillier

Digital Clinical Lead
Sussex Partnership NHS Trust
KH

Kelvyn Hipperson

Chief Information Officer
Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust
JH

Julia Holding

Head of experience of care
NHSE/I
LH

Lisa Hollins

Director
NHSX
LH

Lisa Hollins

Director
NHS
CH

Claire Hook

Director of Operational Performance
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
KH

Kerry Hooper

Assistant director iof transformation
Provide
DH

David Howell

Head of Business Intelligence
Specialised Commissioning / NHSE
AH

Andy Howlett

Director of Diagnostics & Pharmacy Improvement
NHSE/I
KH

Katie Hudson

Digital Pioneer
Agilisys
DH

David Hutton

Programme Director
Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria
JI

Jozsef Illes

Consultant Radiologist
DorsetCounty Hospital FT
RJ

ROTIMI JAIYESIMI

Associate Medical Director for Patient Safety
Basildon University Hospital
CJ

Cath Jenson

Medical Director
Bromley Healthcare
FJ

Fredrik Johansson

Consultant psychiatrist/GenQ Fellow
CAMDEN & ISLINGTON
FJ

Fredrik Johansson

Consultant psychiatrist/GenQ Fellow
Camden & Islington
GJ

Gary Jones

Senior Government Affairs Manager
AbbVie
MJ

meinir jones

AMD Transformation & Value Based HealthCare
Hywel Dda University Health Board
SJ

Steve Jones

Consultant
Manchester University Hospitals
TJ

Thomas Jordan

Policy Adviser
NHS England and NHS Improvement
QK

Qiongwen Kang

Head of Financial Strategy
NHS Tower Hamlets CCG
QK

Qiongwen Kang

Head of Financial Strategy
NHS Tower Hamlets CCG
RK

Rahul Kapur

Head of Medical Affairs and Education
Novo Nordisk
AK

Annie Karlin

Associate Director, Strategy
Barts Health
ZK

Zöe Keddie

HealtheIntent Programme Manager
North London Partners in Health & Care
PK

Philippa Kindon

Project Lead
Mayden
KK

Katie King

Head of Strategic Partnerships
Hilton Nursing Partners Limited
KL

Kiel Larkings

Junior Business Support Manager
Visiba Care
IL

Ian Lawrence

CCIO
Derbyshire Community Health Services
CL

Chris Lazenby

Market Access Manager
BD
SL

Stephen Lee

Patient
Msk patient advisory group
SL

Steve Lillywhite

Chief Technical Officer
eConsult Health Limited
TL

Terence Lippert

Senior Manager, Sales Engineering
Nuance
DL

David Lloyd

Clinical Research Fellow
King’s College London
ML

Mark Loughridge

Policy and Public Affairs Manager
Royal College of Surgeons
SL

Silvia Lovova

EPR Transformation Lead
Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Foundation Trust
NL

Nora Lukova

Senior Project Manager
NHS Digital
PM

Paul Malcolm

Health lead
Agilisys
MM

Mary Manuel

Head of the NHS Healthy Urban Development Unit
HUDU
HM

Holly Marshall

Head of Planning and Information
NHS North Cumbria CCG
TM

Tina Marshall

UK Country Manager
Visiba Care
GM

Gary Martin

Service Improvement Lead
Bedford Hospital NHS Trust
JM

Jason Mather

Head of Transformation
Nottingham Health Informatics Service
RM

Rammya Mathew

GP
Islington GP Federation
BM

Barbara May

Associate Director NHS Strategy
Teva
CM

Chris May

Director
Mayden
JM

Joseph Mayhew

GP, Clinical Effectiveness Lead
Clinical Effectiveness Southwark, Nexus
KM

kate McCandlish

deputy locality director CCG
NHS Nottingham CCG
MM

Maureen McGinn

Senior Project Manager
RM Partners
LM

Liz Mear

Chief Executive
Innovation Agency
AM

Anil Mehta

CCG Chair Redbridge
Redbridge CCG
MM

Marcelle Michail

Deputy chief Medical Officer
The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS. Trust
PM

Pilar Mico

Senior Project Manager
NHS Digital
JM

Jane Miller

Chief Executive
Care Plus Group
SM

Sarah Mills

Innovation Programme Manager, Strategy Unit
Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
LM

Lorna Mitchell

Interim Head of Nursing
HPFT
LM

Louise Mitchell

COO
Cambrdigeshire and Peterborough CCG
VM

Vipul Modi

Head of Transformation for Innovation
Mr
MM

Mohammed Mohammed

Principal Consultant
Strategy Unit, Midlands and Lancashire CSU
PM

Prashant Mohan

Programme Manager - Operations and Analytics
NHSE - Better Care Fund
AM

Alice Montgomery-Reed

FutureNHS Senior Account Manager
NHS England and NHS Improvement
HM

Hiromasa Mori

Head of Neurology Patient Technology, Europe
UCB
JM

James Mountford

Director of Quality
Royal Free London NHS FT
HM

Hazel Murwisi

Safe Staffing & Informatics Lead
Barts Health nhs Trust
FM

Fraser Mutch

Clinical Director of Pathology
Bedford Hospital
EN

Elaha Naderi

Project Manager
NHS England and NHS Improvement
YN

Yousif Nahab

Brand Manager
Novo Nordisk
SN

Sara Nelson

Deputy Director of Transformation
Healthy London Partnership
NN

Nigel Newman

Digital Healthcare Programme
Walgreens Boots Alliance
DN

Duncan Nichol

Chairman
Countess of Chester Hospital NHS FT
RO

ROSS O'BRIEN

Clinical Lead London Digital IAPT
Healthy London Partnerships
RO

Ross O'Brien

Clinical Lead and Chair - Digital IAPT
Healthy London Partnership
GO

Guest of Dr Teo

King's Data Science
Kings College Hospital
EO

Eddie Olla

Director for Digital Transformation
NHSE/I
RO

Rob ONeill

Head of Information
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay
BO

Breid O’Brien

Director of Digital Transformation
Health Innovation Network
SP

Simon Pannett

Head of Market Access
Coloplast Ltd
MP

Meena Parekh

PPG and member of Royal Brompton hospital
NHS
SP

Sarah Parker

Director of Transformation
Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System
HP

Helen Parrott

Associate Director of Rehabilitation and Therapies
Royal Brompton NHS Foundation Trust
BP

Bharti Patel

Strategic Relationship Director UKI Corporate
BD
BP

Bharti Patel

Strategic Relationship Director UKI
BD
MP

Mahesh Patel

CIO
Royal Surrey Hospital
YP

Yashoda Patel

Performance
CCG
ZP

zo payne

Nurse
Sussex Partnership NHSF Trust
SP

Simon Perks

Head of AI and Robotics
Agilisys

16 October

AP

Alastair Pickering

Consultant in Emergency Medicine
HEY Hospitals NHS Trust
CP

Carlos Pittol

Head of Investor
PangaeaData.AI

16 October

AP

Aran Porter

Head of Healthy Communities and Prevention
NW London Collaboration of CCGs
JP

Julian Povey

Chair
Shropshire CCG
EP

Elizabeth Powis

Information Governance Adviser
The Richmond and Wandsworth Councils
HP

Hannah Pugh

Clinical Fellow
GDC
NQ

Nial Quiney

deputy medical director
royal surrey county
NQ

Nial Quiney

Deputy medical director
Royal Surrey county
AQ

Adrian Quinn

Programm Manager - Digital Enablement
Innovation Agency (NWC AHSN)
BQ

Bernard Quinn

Director of Performance
NHS England & NHS Improvement
AR

Anita Randon

Director
(Independent)
JR

Jasmine Rapson

Correspondent
Health Service Journal
NR

Nicola Rear

Respiratory Registrar
Imperial College Hospitals
MR

Miriam Reilly

Healthcare Service Improvement Lead
NHS Shared Business services
JR

Julia Reynolds

Head of Programmes
Innovation Agency
JR

Julia Reynolds

Head of Programmes
Innovation Agency
BR

Bob Ricketts

Senior Adviser
NHS England & Improvement
JR

Julia Riley

Clinical Lead/Palliative Care Consultant
The Royal Mardsen NHS Foundation Trust/Coordinate My Care
MR

Martin Riley

Managing Director
Medway Community Healthcare CI:C
AR

Abbe Robertson

Clinical and Professional Development Lead Nurse
Cambridgeshire community services
WR

Work Roberts

Senior Programme Manager
Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network
KR

Katie Robinson

Policy Director
NHS England and NHS Improvement
JR

James Rodriguez-Hughes

Service Design Manager
Virgin Care
GR

George Roe

Chief Operating Officer
North West Surrey Integrated Care Services
BR

Ben Rom

Programme Director Integrated Care
UHP
NS

Nick Sands

Director of Transformation
Royal Surrey County Hospital
SS

Shahid Sardar

Associate Director
The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust
SS

Stuart Saw

Director of Operational Finance
NHS England/Improvement - London
RS

Richard Scarth

Director of Operations
The Royal Free Charity
JS

Jess Seal

Commissioning Development Lead
NHS Bromley CCG
JS

Jonathan Serjeant

Director of Creative Partnerships
Care Unbound Ltd ( trading as Here)
PS

Pranoti Shah

IT/Digital Project Manager
East London Health Care Partnership
KS

Kate Shardlow

Associate Medical Director
Mountain Healthcare
JS

Joanne Shaw

Chair of Audit & Risk
NHS England
ES

Eneece Sheena

Marketing Executive
UCb Pharma Ltd
DS

Dilwyn Sheers

Senior Analytical Manager
NHS England
SS

Shauna Simango

Service Transformations Manager
NHS England
CS

Carol Sinclair

Associate Director
NHS NSS, ISD
PS

Polly Sinclair

Lead Analyst
Health Innovation Network
SS

Sumita Singha

Director
Ecologic Architects
PS

Priya Singh

NED
GSTT
HS

Heather Skews

Senior Contracts Manager
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
TS

Tom Smerdon

Director of Strategy & Sustainability
Ashford & St Peter's Hospitals NHS FT
LS

Lydia Smith

Digital Discharge Coordinator
Technology Enabled Care Team
AS

AUDREY SOKOLO

Assistant
French Embassy
MS

Manoj Sood

Market Access Manager
Novo Nordisk
TS

Tim Spicer

MD
NHS NWLondon
CS

Colin Stodel

Volunteer
WHHT
AS

Alison Stone

Coordinator
use MY data
JS

Jane Stopher

Programme Director
Lambeth Together
CS

Colin Styles

Senior Information Architect
NEL CSU
MS

Marco Tullio Suadoni

Practice Development Nurse
Cambridgeshire Community Services - Luton Adult Unit
DS

Daniel Sutcliffe

Analyst
NHSE
CS

Chris Suter

Head of Digital Cloud Platforms and Innovation Digitisation, Insight and Technology Solutions
NHS Business Services Authority

16 October

SS

Scott Sweeney

Operations Manager, Medicines Management
Brighton & Hove CCG
JT

John Tallamy

Strategy Manager
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System
LT

Lawrence Tallon

Director of Corporate Strategy
University Hospitals Birmingham
RT

Roberto Tamsanguan

Darzi Fellow
Barts Health
HT

Helen Taylor

Chair
East Suffolk & North Essex Foundation Trust
ST

Sarah Taylor-Smith

Clinical lead for unplanned care
G@WCCG
TT

Tim Taylor

Consultant Radiologist
NUH NHS Trust
JT

James Teo

Director of Data Science
Kings College Hospital
DT

David Thomas

Director of Digital & Health Intelligence
Cardiff & Vale University Health Board
MT

Marc Thomas

Head of Analytical Services
NHS England
MT

Marc Thomas

Head of Analytical Services
NHS England
PT

Pam Treadwell

Patient Safety Service Manager
Oxford Health NHS FT
RT

Richard Tyler

Chief Executive
Horder Healthcare
JU

Jashim Uddin

Head of Business Development
Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust
GU

Geoff Underwood

Programme Director
SCW - South Central & West NHS Commissioning Support Unit
MV

Melissa Van Der Bijl

Research and innovation development manager
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
GV

George Verghese

GP and Clinical Director
North Lambeth Primary Care Network
SW

Sarah Wainer

Programme Lead, System Integration
Lewisham CCG
AW

Andy Walker

Head of Strategy & Planning
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
SW

Simon Wallace

CCIO
Nuance
CW

Clare Walsha

Senior Analytical Manager
NHSE&I
RW

Rosemary Walsh

N/A
Ms
DW

David Waters

CMO
Black Swann Consulting
TW

Tiffany Watson-Koszel

Pricing Development Lead
NHS England
HW

Helen Wensley

Programme Director
Barts Health
JW

Jenni West

Associate Director - Digital Enablement
Innovation Agency (NWC AHSN)
AW

Andrew Wilkinson

Director of Technology-enabled Improvement
NHS England/Improvement
VW

Vicky Wilkinson

Head of Research & Innovation
Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital
TW

Tina Woods

CEO & Founder
Collider Health
DW

Daniel Woolf

Head of Business Intelligence & Development
Health Education England
AZ

Aejaz Zahid

Programme Director
SYB Integrated Care System

Agilisys

Deliver better outcomes for your citizens.
As one of the public sector’s most trusted digital transformation partners, we have the people and skills to help you deliver lasting change across your organisation, backed by an exceptional community of technology partners.

Siemens Healthineers

At Siemens Healthineers, our purpose is to enable healthcare providers to increase value by empowering them on their journey towards expanding precision medicine, transforming care delivery, and improving patient experience, all enabled by digitalizing healthcare.
An estimated five million patients worldwide everyday benefit from our innovative technologies and services in the areas of diagnostic and therapeutic imaging, laboratory diagnostics and molecular medicine as well as digital health and enterprise services.
We're a leading medical technology company with over 120 years of experience and 18,500 patents globally. With about 50,000 dedicated colleagues in over 70 countries, we'll continue to innovate and shape the future of healthcare.

TPP

TPP is a healthcare technology company, dedicated to delivering world-class healthcare software in the UK and internationally.
Our philosophy is to join up healthcare based on a shared electronic medical record, improving access to clinical data and empowering patients to take part in their own care. Our core product, SystmOne, makes this possible and is used by over 200,000 clinicians across 7,000+ organisations.

Visiba Care

Visiba Care is a digital care solution that enables healthcare providers to get started with their own branded digital practice. The platform is scalable, and functionalities and workflows can be added and tailored to fit different needs. Visiba Care leads the market for digital healthcare consultations in Sweden and is advancing in the Nordic countries and the UK. The customers vary in range and are found both in public and private sector.

Health Navigator

Working with the NHS, Health Navigator predicts and prevents avoidable urgent and emergency care, by combining powerful artificial intelligence with proactive health coaching. This means identifying and addressing the £6bn challenge of patients that frequently return to A&E without receiving the care they really need. In addition to improved PROMs, results show up to: 59% decrease in unplanned admissions, 52% reduction in A&E attendances, and nearly 40% reduction in total hospital costs for our patients. The company is currently conducting a randomised control trial in collaboration with the Nuffield Trust, and we are currently deployed at 7 NHS sites.

Navenio

Our primary mission is to transform hospitals globally by enabling healthcare teams to be in the right place, at the right time, to deliver the very best in patient care.
Through our world-leading University of Oxford based research and technology we create compelling location-based services that solve real-world problems for everybody, everywhere… with no need for investment in infrastructure.
Within our UK hospital customers, Navenio’s fresh approach to workforce efficiency has already driven dramatic improvements with double the amount of work being completed, over 30% hidden additional capacity uncovered, dramatically improved service levels with 40% faster response times. All of which drives a better, safer experience for patients and staff.

Nuance Healthcare

Nuance provides a more natural and insightful approach to clinical documentation, freeing clinicians to spend more time caring for patients. Nuance healthcare solutions capture and communicate more than 300 million patient stories each year helping more than 500,000 clinicians in 10,000 healthcare organisations globally. Nuance’s award-winning clinical speech recognition, medical transcription, clinical documentation improvement (CDI), coding, quality and medical imaging solutions provide a more complete and accurate view of patient care, which drives meaningful clinical and financial outcomes. For more information, visit www.nuance.com/en-gb/healthcare or call +44(0) 800-031-4388. Connect with us through the healthcare blog, What’s next,Twitter and Facebook.

Otsuka Health Solutions

OHS is an award winning team working within mental health services helping transform data into valuable insights which assist decisions on resource allocation, support patient flow and quickly identify people at risk of using crisis services so that the best care can be delivered to patients.
Our highly specialised team of analytics, technology and clinical experts have developed the Management and Supervision Tool (MaST) which uses predictive analytics presented in an innovative dashboard and allows mental health practitioners to prioritise their interventions and move to a preventative rather than a reactive model of care.
MaST is being implemented in several NHS Mental Health Trusts including Global Digital Exemplar, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

The King's Fund

The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England.

Our mission describes how we will achieve this:
  • through our research and policy analysis
  • through the work we do with individuals, organisations and communities building their capability, supporting them to adopt best practice and share learning
  • by bringing people together through events and networks to discuss and learn from evidence from the United Kingdom and across the world
  • by promoting greater understanding of health and care policy and practice – helping people to make sense of a complex and rapidly changing environment.

Vantage Health

Offering Planned Care Optimisation across your System for Commissioners who are shaping and leading their ICS/CCGs with investments that join the challenges for improving Population Health, Vantage fully supports collaboration in improving Population Health and builds trust within your System partnerships by joining up primary, secondary and community care. Specifically, through AI, Vantage enables proactive, preventative and precise planned care, eliminating avoidable demand for elective care by tackling variations in referrals. Referrals are fully processed and triaged within 45 seconds 5 clicks and the GP can choose to do this during the patient consultation, vastly improving the patient experience. Optimise your planned care with automatic adherence to all guidelines and pathways, access live data/reports/analysis, greatly increase use of Advice and Guidance and alternate providers, greatly reduce RTT and unnecessary hospital visits. Vantage have partnered with NHSX/Digital in the development of our service which is already used by 30,000 healthcare professionals.

Verto

Verto is a fully configurable work collaboration and programme management service with 100,000 public and private sector users. Verto provides collaboration, performance planning, portfolio, project and programme management and a full PMO solution. It supports shared service and transformation programmes, grant/bid management and a range of business processes across multiple organisations.

William Joseph

We are specialists in branding, digital and service design that enables high quality and efficient public facing academic research.

Registration opens, exhibition and networking

08:30 AM 09:00 AM Greenhouse, ground floor

Welcome!

Grab your badge and then make your way to the lower ground floor for the breakfast session starting at 9am. There is breakfast provided

It may also be useful to plan which breakouts sessions you plan on attending later in the day.

The presentation slides will be uploaded into the sessions of this app later in the day. Ask the registration desk staff for help if needed.

Artificial intelligence (AI) in health care: how do we move from research to practical application?

09:00 AM 10:00 AM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

9.00am
AI could have huge implications for how care is delivered for both NHS staff and patients. However, there are multiple challenges to overcome in order for AI to move beyond the research stage and be applied in a clinical setting. 

This breakfast debate will discuss some of those challenges and provide different perspectives of how to overcome them. 
  • How do you ensure patient safety is not jeopardised? 
  • How do you safeguard patients from being exposed to unforeseen risks? 
  • What are the enablers for transforming a promising pilot into a service that can be adopted at scale? 
Matthew Stickland, Analyst, TPP (Chair)
Chris Bates, Director of Research & Analytics, TPP
Eleonora Harwich, Director of Research and Head of Tech Innovation, Reform,
Dr Fiona Headley, Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate in Medicines Data Analytics, Cardiff University
Matt Honeyman, Policy Researcher, The King’s Fund

This session is hosted by:

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Speakers

AM Session

Opening plenary

10:00 AM 11:20 AM Burdett theatre, ground floor

10.00am Welcome and introduction
Matthew Honeyman, Research, Policy, The King’s Fund

10.05am What has technology taught us about the future of NHS?
  • A panel of senior experts will attempt to assess the promise and dangers of artificial intelligence (AI) for our NHS.
  • What will AI solve for healthcare and what we still need to be doing ourselves? Our panel will separate hype from fact.
  • Join us to learn about the national strategy described in the long-term plan.
Dr Indra Joshi, Head of Digital Health and AI, NHSX
Terence Eden, Senior Technology Advisor, NHSX
Patrick Mitchell, Director of Innovation and Transformation, Health Education England
John Marsh, Advisory Group Member, Use MY data

11.00am Questions and discussion

Speakers

Refreshment break and networking 

11:20 AM 12:00 PM Greenhouse and Orangery, ground floor

Take part in the scavenger hunt (£100 John Lewis vouchers up for grabs!), visit the exhibition stands and decide which of the 3 breakout sessions you would like to attend after the lunch. No need to sign up in advance, just show up to the one you want (first-come, first-serve)
Breakout session

Breakout A : What value can we generate using data?

12:00 PM 01:00 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

12.00pm Welcome and introductions 
David Maguire, Senior Analyst, The King’s Fund

12.05pm What can we learn from clinical data?
  • Learn how evaluating health records can teach us about the future of digital health.
  • Understand the opportunities and challenges of using routinely generated electronic health records.
Spiros Denaxas, Associate Professor, Biomedical Informatics, Univeristy College London 

12.20pm Changing the practice of medicine with AI
  • Hear about the challenges of applying AI in eye care and the evidence of effectiveness.
  • Learn about the challenges in real-world deployment of AI regarding security, reimbursement and IT infrastructure.
Sameer Trikha, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, King’s College NHS Foundation Trust and Chief Medical Officer, Visulytix

12.40pm Questions and discussion

Speakers

Sameer Trikha.pdf Download Link
Spiros Denaxas.pdf Download Link
Breakout session

Breakout B: AI solutions for primary care

12:00 PM 01:00 PM Maynard Room, lower ground floor

12.00pm In this session, you will hear about the first virtual primary care clinic in Sweden, while a practising GP in London will unpack AI and bot technologies and demonstrate their relevance for primary care networks.
  • Hear insights from the development of an AI-based bot for Swedish primary care and discuss how these insights can be utilised in the UK.
  • Hear about considerations regarding quality assurance, patient security and medical relevance when integrating smart tech into the care flow.

Anastacia Simonchik, Product Development Manager, Visiba Care
Martin Godfrey, GP, Governing Member of Lambeth Clinical Commissioning Group
Ulf Österstad, Senior General Practitioner and Head of Operations, Bra Liv nära

12.35pm Questions and discussion 

This session is hosted by 
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Speakers

Visiba Care.pdf Download Link
Breakout session

Breakout C: Taking a human-centred approach to designing & evaluating digital health services

12:00 PM 01:00 PM Edwards room, first floor

12.00pm In this session, you will hear from Public Health England’s digital team about the value of embedding a human-centred approach and appropriate evaluation methods to the design of digital public health services.


Attendees will leave the service with an understanding of:
  • The fundamentals of taking a human-centred design approach to public health challenges
  • The benefits of commissioning work which reviews problems holistically, end-to-end and from multiple perspectives
  • Why it’s essential to factor in a multidisciplinary approach to digital public health projects
  • How to successfully scope a digital product or service to deliver the most impact on health outcomes with the means you have available, and weave evaluation throughout service development
  • Tools and practical tips
  • How Public Health England applied this approach in the Evaluation Exemplar and National Screening Service projects.

Kassandra Karpathakis, Digital Strategy Lead, Public Health England
Kate Burn, Lead Service Designer, Public Health England

12.40pm Questions and discussion

Speakers

Kate Burn.pdf Download Link

Buffet lunch and networking 

01:00 PM 02:05 PM Greenhouse and Orangery, ground floor

Take part in the scavenger hunt (£100 John Lewis vouchers up for grabs!), visit the exhibition stands and decide which of the 3 breakout sessions you would like to attend after the lunch. No need to sign up in advance, just show up to the one you want (first-come, first-serve)
Breakout session

Breakout D: Patient voice in the new digital health landscape

02:05 PM 03:05 PM Edwards Room, first floor

2.05pm Welcome and introduction,
David Maguire, Senior Analyst, The King’s Fund

2.10pm Integrating the patient voice throughout the product life-cycle

  • Hear examples that illustrate how to include the patient perspective to build more efficient AI solutions and enhance health outcomes.
  • Understand why the patient voice is at the heart of product development in digital health.

Dr Rashmi Narayana, Head of Operations, Our Mobile Health

2.25pm How to build patient-centric innovation
  • How to get patients involved in healthcare innovations.
  • Understand the opportunities for technology to create more patient-centric healthcare.

Seb Tucknott, Co-founder, IBD Relief 

2.45pm Questions and discussion

Speakers

Dr Rashmi Narayana Kings Fund Oct 16th 2019.pdf Download Link
Seb Tucknott.pdf Download Link
Breakout session

Breakout E: Working across boundaries

02:05 PM 03:05 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

2.05pm Welcome and introduction
Matthew Honeyman, Policy Researcher, The King's Fund

In this session we will explore why developing strong communication and effective collaboration is key in deploying effective and safe AI tools.
  • Hear from sector experts about the importance of the IT technician listening to the data specialist and why clinicians cannot afford to not take part in the AI revolution. 
  • Understand why patient safety can only be safeguard through enhanced team work.
  •  Learn how to harness the diverse skills of your team to fully reap the benefits of AI and eliminate the risks.
Alex Kafetz, Managing Director, ZPB Associates and Member of the International Information Board 
Carlos Pittol, Head of Investor Relations, PangaeaData.AI 

2.45pm Questions and discussion

Speakers

Alex Kafetz, Break-out E, Burdett.pdf Download Link
Carlos Pittol.pdf Download Link
Breakout session

Breakout F: Building and maintaining trust to develop and implement AI in health care

02:05 PM 03:05 PM Maynard Room, lower ground floor

2.05pm Welcome and introduction

AI, machine learning and other emerging technologies have been identified as having the potential to help deliver the long-term plan, which aims to make 30 million outpatient appointments unnecessary and save £1 billion. To realise this ambition, health care organisations must gain the trust of their board, wider leadership, staff and patients.

  • Discover how NHS organisations like Royal Marsden, Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust and NHS Business Services Authority have been able to quickly adopt technologies.
  • Learn where AI and robotic process automation are demonstrating value and how trusts can begin to see the benefits of these technologies in weeks rather than years.
Chris Suter, Head of Digital Cloud Platforms and Innovation Digitisation, Insight and Technology Solutions, NHS Business Services Authority
Simon Perks, Head of AI and Robotics, Agilisys

2.45pm Questions and discussions


This session is being hosted by
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Speakers

Agilisys.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking   

03:05 PM 03:25 PM Greenhouse and Orangery, ground floor

Don't forget to put your card in the bowl at the reception desk for the chance to win in the scavenger hunt. Three lucky winners will be announced at the end of the closing plenary! 
PM Session

Closing plenary: Facing the challenge of inequalities through digital solutions.

03:25 PM 04:45 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

3.20pm Welcome back
David Maguire, Senior Analyst, The King’s Fund

3.25pm The ethical framework to create real value through AI technologies
  • Explore the principles that can guarantee that AI will help create a fair healthcare system rather than perpetuating inequality and discrimination
  • The opportunities and the threats for the most vulnerable and how to face and anticipate the problems.
Ivana Bartoletti, Head of Privacy and Data, Gemserv and Co-Founder, Women Leading in AI Network
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4.05pm AI solutions for a more diverse future in healthcare
  • Hear how the NHS can ensure that applying AI technology can help with promoting diversity, while also mitigating the dangers of spreading human bias through technology.
Sam Shah, Director of Digital Development, NHS England, NHS Improvement and NHSX

4.20pm Questions and discussion

4.45pm Close of conference

Speakers

Ivana Bartoletti .pdf Download Link