Digital health and care explained: demystifying the tech revolution in health and care

27 March - 27 March The King's Fund

Programme

  • 27 March

Registration opens, exhibition and refreshments

09:00 AM 09:45 AM

Session one: Where we are now?

09:45 AM 11:15 AM

JF James Freed

Matthew Honeyman

IJ Indra Joshi

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

11:15 AM 11:40 AM

Session two: Implementing innovation

11:40 AM 12:50 PM

JF James Freed

David Maguire 

EO Eddie Olla

Lunch, networking and scavenger hunt

12:50 PM 01:45 PM

Breakout A: Empowering patients through digital technology

01:45 PM 02:30 PM

LA Liz Ashall-Payne 

Patricia Boyle

AC Alexia Clifford

LS Leanne Summers 

Breakout B: Primary care going digital

01:45 PM 02:45 PM

Beccy Baird 

Matthew Honeyman

PM Patricia Mecinska

Breakout C: Social care and technology

02:30 PM 03:20 PM

RH Richard Humphries 

PM Patricia Mecinska

Alyson Scurfield 

Brekaout D: Towards a new digital mental health

02:30 PM 03:20 PM

AR Ayesha Rahim 

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

03:20 PM 03:40 PM

Session five: Future paradigms of high tech solutions

03:40 PM 04:45 PM

NB Natalie Banner

Harry  Evans

RG Rose Gray 

David Maguire 

Close of conference

04:45 PM 04:45 PM

Event supporter

Exhibitors

Speakers

Attendees

LA

Liz Ashall-Payne 

CEO 
ORCHA

27 March

Beccy Baird 

Senior Policy Fellow 
The King's Fund
Beccy works in the health policy team, leading research and analysis across a range of health care issues. She has worked in the NHS and social care for more than 20 years, and before joining the Fund was associate director for service improvement in a cancer network. She spent two years in San Mateo County, California, developing a model of integrated health and social care funding and delivery for older people. She began her career as a researcher in older people and mental health services.
She has an MSc in health systems management from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Beccy is a trustee of Young Minds, the national charity for children and young people's mental health and is a qualified coach practitioner, accredited with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.

27 March

NB

Natalie Banner

"Understanding Patient Data" Lead 
Wellcome Trust 

27 March

Patricia Boyle

Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development Consultant
The King's Fund
Tricia contributes to both the open and tailored leadership programmes at The King’s Fund, as well as offering customised consulting and coaching services.
Before joining the Fund in 2016, she was Head of Organisational Development in a regional board in Scotland, providing services in both the acute and community sectors. Before joining the NHS, Tricia worked as an external consultant across all sectors and in senior management positions in local government.
Among her consulting skills she has specialist skills in the design and facilitation of dialogue processes for resolving organisational issues. These skills are best employed where there is a need for open conversation about complex issues, usually helping stakeholders to find a collective way through the issues. Collaborative leadership is a particular area of interest and current research.
Tricia has a Masters in organisational consulting, is an accredited coach and is British Psychological Society accredited in psychometric test use.

27 March

AC

Alexia Clifford

Deputy Director, Marketing Activation
Public Health England

27 March

Harry Evans

Senior Policy Analyst
The King's Fund
Harry is a researcher in the policy team. Before joining the Fund in 2016, Harry worked for three years at Ipsos MORI’s Social Research Institute, focusing on health research, working with a range of health sector organisations, including NHS England and the Department of Health. At Ipsos MORI, Harry worked on the GP Patient Survey, and also had a special interest in speaking to the public about their health data and in emerging health technologies.
He holds a Masters in European language, culture and history from UCL.

27 March

JF

James Freed

Chief Information Officer 
Health Education England 

27 March

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EF

Emma  Friddin 

Policy, Insight and Research Manager 
healthwatch Enfield
RG

Rose Gray 

Policy Manager 
Cancer Research UK

27 March

Matthew Honeyman

Policy Researcher 
The King's Fund 
As a researcher in the policy team, Matthew contributes to the Fund's research and analysis on a range of projects across health and social care policy and practice. His recent work has covered pressures in general practice and the integration of mental and physical health care.
Matthew has a special interest in the relationship between health care, public policy and digital technology, and writes about how new technology can be deployed in the health system. He is a member of the scientific committee for the Fund’s annual Digital Health and Care Congress.
Before joining the Fund, Matthew worked as a researcher and co-ordinator at the Innovation Unit, a social enterprise that works with public services to reshape the services they deliver. Matthew has also worked as an intern at University College London's Constitution Unit.
He holds a philosophy, politics and economics degree from Oxford University.

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RH

Richard Humphries 

Senior Policy Fellow 
The King's Fund

27 March

IJ

Indra Joshi

Digital Health and AI Clinical Lead 
NHS England 

27 March

David Maguire 

Senior Policy 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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PM

Patricia Mecinska

Chief Executive
Healthwatch Enfield 

27 March

27 March

EO

Eddie Olla

Regional Director of Patients and Information 
NHS England 

27 March

AR

Ayesha Rahim 

Chief Clinical Information Officer 
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust 

27 March

Alyson Scurfield 

Chief Executive 
TSA
Alyson is a proven entrepreneurial, visionary leader of service transformation, service delivery and business development in Telecare, Telehealth, Community Alarms, Support and Care, Customer Service and Housing Management. Her career within Telecare commenced in 2002, she has held both operational and strategic positions within the Telecare Industry and is currently Chief Executive for the Telecare Services Association (TSA). She leads strategic development, implementation and risk management of the Associations aspirational vision to growth the Industry at scale and improve lives nationally.

Alyson has led transformational programmes to achieve integration of health, housing and social care to transform individuals lives enabled through technology including the on-going development of a whole-system, whole-concept for prevention approach in the North East of England.

27 March

LS

Leanne Summers 

Digital Strategy Delivery Lead "Empower the Person"
NHS England

27 March

SA

Sadie Adams

Junior Business Manager, Urgent Care
NHS North East Essex CCG
RA

Rawan Almansour

PhD student
University of Edinburgh
FA

Fatimah Alobayli

Student
University of Edinburgh
DA

Dr Polly-Anna Ashford

Clinical Trial Manager
Norwich Clinical Trials Unit, University of East Anglia
RB

Richard Ballerand

Governor
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS FT
CB

Camilla Barfoed

External Relations Manager
Novo Nordisk
PB

Paul Berney

Chief Marketing Officer
Anthropos
AB

Anastasia Berry

Policy Manager (Welfare and Technology)
MS Society
AB

Anne Bowers

Futures Consultant
The Health Foundation
AB

Alison Brattle

Marketing Programmes Manager
InterSystems
JB

Josh Broadway

IMandT Project Manager
NHS Hastings and Rother
HB

Harriet Buckingham

Programme Lead, Innovation in Care
Care Quality Commission
EB

Ellie Budd

Product Manager
William Joseph
AC

Alexandra Callaghan

Policy Manager
Macmillan
DC

Dr Barbara Camanzi

STFC Healthcare Lead
Science and Technology Facilities Council
HC

Hannah Carr

Programme Manager
NIHR
NC

Natasha Chetwynd

Graduate trainee data analyst
NHS Digital
DC

Dr Shuk-Li Collings

Outcomes Consultant
Pfizer Ltd
DC

Dr Alison Cook

Director of External Affairs
British Lung Foundation
GC

Grace Costain

Policy Officer
General Medical Council
TC

Tim Cross

Director, Clinical Information and Analytics
HCA Healthcare
HC

Holly Cruise

Research and Insight Analyst
General Medical Council
GC

Gayle Curry

Partner
BrookStreet des Roches LLP
AD

Alexander Davidge

Head of Strategy and Innovation
HCA Healthcare
DD

Dave Dawes

Commercial Director
Future Care Capital
ND

Naren Duffy

Practice Support Manager
Royal College of General Practitioners
LE

Lucie Eden

Health and Social Care Commissioning Manager
NHS Gloucestershire CCG
CE

Caroline Elias

Chief Executive Officer
The Atrium Clinic and Therapy Centre
RE

Ruth Ellenby

Head of Policy and Communications
British Thoracic Society
CE

Clive Elliott

Business Partner
Court Street Medical Practice
SE

Suzy England

Professional Advisor
RCOT
LE

Laurel Eveleigh

Associate Director
freuds
CF

Chris Fagg

Clinical Effectiveness Specialist
Bupa UK
VF

Valeria Fiore

Journalist
Management in Practice
BF

Beccy Forrow

Policy and Campaigns Adviser
National Deaf Children's Society
KF

Karen Fox

Strategic Partnership Lead
Novartis
JG

James Gadsby-Peet

Director of Digital
William Joseph
DG

David Gardiner

Systems and Information Manager
Chesterfield Health Provider Ltd
RG

Rebecca Gayler

IMandT Project Manager
NHS Hastings and Rother
IG

Ion Gheorghe Petrovai

Project manager
Fresh Blood
DG

Daniel Gleghorn

Trainee Business Analyst
NHS Digital
GG

Glenys Goodwill

HG

Hamish Graham

healthcare innovation manager
Pfizer
CG

Cristian Grasu

State secretary
Romanian Ministry of Health
DG

Dr Lynne Green

Clinical Director
XenZone
KG

Kristin de Grouchy

Postgraduate Student
London School of Economics
ZG

Zdenek Gutter

Project Manager
Czech National e-Health Center
GH

Graham Halls

Business Intelligence Manager
CRN Wessex
CH

Chris Hammond

Managing Director
William Joseph
CH

Chloe Harvey

Senior External Funding Officer
Southwark Council
CH

Carolyn Heaney

NHS Engagement Partner (North)
Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry
DH

Dr Simon Hendricks

Product Innovation Manager
First Databank UK Ltd
DH

Dr Susan Hinder

Research Fellow
University of Edinburgh
DH

Dr Greg Hobbs

Consultant in Pain Medicine
Primary Integrated Community Services
MH

M Hobby

Director
Tutela Monitoring Systems
SH

Siobhan Horsley

Specialty Registrar in Public Health
Derbyshire County Council
CH

Camilla Horwood

Head of External Affairs
Boehringer Ingelheim
JH

Jan Hulek

Business Development
Zdravel
BH

Ben Hulme

Business Development Director
Optum
KH

Karen Hunte

National Workforce Planner
Health Education England
DH

Dr Paul Husselbee

Director
The Atrium Clinic and Therapy Centre
TJ

T Jelen

Chair
Respiratory Health Westminster
DK

Dr Madina Kara

Senior Programme Manager
NIHR
JK

John Kellas

Innovation and Engagement Advisor
Bristol Health Partners
HK

Harry Kelleher

Graduate Trainee
NHS Digital
DK

Dr Xaroula Kerasidou

Wellcome Research Fellow
Lancaster University
ML

Melanie Leis

Policy Fellow in Health Analytics
Centre for Health Policy, Imperial College London
SL

Sarah Leng

Programme Lead Primary Care Transformation
MCCG
DL

Dr Harriet Leyland

Healthcare Specialist
Healthcare UK
BL

Ben Lodge

Graduate Trainee
NHS Digital
ML

Michael Lumb

Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and CCIO
North West Anglia NHS FT
SM

Svatava Majkova

Deputy Trade Director
Department of International Trade
EM

Emma Maker

Delivery Manager, Engagement Programmes
NIHR
TM

Toby Mallowan

Business Development Partner
Addaction
TM

Tina Marshall

UK Country Manager
Visiba Care
CM

Cordelia McGeown

Deputy Brexit Correspondent
Health Service Journal
GM

Georgina McMasters

Patient Public Partner
NHS England
AM

Annie Meharg

CCO
XenZone
GM

Gregory Mickiewicz

IS Manager
Clinical Research Network North West London
DM

Deanne Mitchell

Information Specialist
Social Care Institute for Excellence
OM

Ollie Mitchell

Commercial Director
Abbott
IM

Irfan Mohammed

Strategic Partnerships Lead
Novartis
AM

Amy Moore

Marketing Executive
XenZone
JM

June Morley

Programme Manager
Leicester City Council
WM

William Mournian

Business Analyst
NHS Digital
DM

Dr Praveen Mundlur

GP
Grove Medical Centre
DN

Danielle Neal

Communications and PPIE Manage
Clinical Research Network North West London
RN

Robert Neale

Business Development Lead
North East London NHS FT
CN

Chris Norman

Principal Business Intelligence Analyst, London
Health Education England
NO

Nic O'Connor

UX and Content Strategy Manager
William Joseph
JO

Jodie O'Neill

Graduate Trainee Business Analyst
NHS Digital
IO

Isabel Oakeshott

Writer
Freelance
MO

Magdalena Ociepa Wroblewska

Key Account Manager – Healthcare
Department of International Trade
HO

Hanson Olatunde

Principal Business Intelligence Analyst, London
Health Education England
RP

Ravinder Pabial

Strategic Executive
Roche Diagnostics
BP

Ben Panton

Project Manager
NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands Support Unit
MP

Meena Parekh

Chairperson
NHS
DP

Dr Darshna Patel

Salaried GP
Tredegar Practice
YP

Yashoda Patel

Head of Performance and Alignment
NHS City and Hackney CCG
GP

George Pavel Pavel

Deputy General Manager Sales and Digital
MedicHub
CP

Camille Pegus

Primary Care Manager
Hounslow CCG
LP

Lewis Pickett

Committee Specialist
House of Commons
JP

Julian Pickstone

Head of Impact Investment
Triple Point
AP

Andrew Platts

Deputy CIO
HCA Healthcare
RP

Robert Pleass

Research Delivery Manager
Clinical Research Network North West London
GP

Graham Popham

General Manager - Commercial Excellence
Olympus Medical
GR

Gabriela Raducu

Trade Development Adviser
Department of International Trade
RR

Rita Rajababoo

Medical PA
NHS
OR

Olivia Read

Strategy Consultant
PwC
KR

Kelsey Reiersen

Project Manager
Tavistock
JR

Johanna Reimann-Dubbers

Medical student
UCL
KR

Karen Rockell

Trustee
PSC Support
DS

Dr Mags Sara

Director of Infrastructure and Faculty
LGC limited
CS

Claude Schmitt

Head Global Market Access
ViiV Healthcare
CS

Charlotte Scott

Programme Manager
NIHR
CS

Clare Scully

Director of Clinical Leadership and Development
Bupa UK
VS

Vibha Sharma

Policy Manager
General Medical Council
DS

Dr Clare Shaw

Join Dementia Research (JDR) Delivery Manager
NIHR
IS

Imogen Shillito

Director of SEC
NIHR
SS

Sean Shillito

Senior Research Coordinator
Clinical Research Network North West London
NS

Nikki Soyza

Connected Communities Manager
Care Network Cambridgeshire
MS

Matthew Stickland

Clinical Systems Analyst
The Phoenix Partnership
PS

Petr Struk

Special Adviser to Deputy Minister
Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic
JT

Jamie Tang

Director
Nous Group
ST

Samuel Taylor

PPD Graduate Trainee
NHS Digital
HT

Helena Tendedez

PhD Student
Lancaster University
JT

James Thomas

Chief Technology Officer
Wellcome Trust
JT

Jill Thurston

Urgent Care Project Support Officer
NHS North East Essex CCG
AT

Amanda Tortice

Chief Operating Officer
Clinical Research Network YandH
ST

Samuel Tyler

Marketing Manager
XenZone
PT

Peter Tyreholt

Chief Product Officer
Visiba Care
DV

Dr Mayur Vibhuti

Senior Clinical Lead
MCCG
EW

Eric Watts

Chair, Service User Group
Mid and South Essex STP
CW

Clare Wieczorek

IMandT Facilitator
NHS Hastings and Rother
HW

Hannah Wiggins

Operations Assistant
Advice Cloud
EW

Emma Williams

Head of Integrated Community Services East
Dorset Healthcare University NHS FT
EW

Ethan Williams

Research Assistant
The King's Fund
RW

Richard Wong

Project Manager
Clinical Research Network North West London
DW

Daniel Woolf

Head of B.I. and Development, London
Health Education England
MW

Melanie Wright

Programme Manager
NHS South Sefton CCG

Telehealth & Telecare Aware

The King's Fund

Visiba Care

In today’s society, many of us do a great many things in the digital world – we shop, read, plan and communicate with colleagues, friends and family irrespective of where we find ourselves. And yet it is still not possible to make a simple visit to your own healthcare provider online. Our aim is to take advantage of available digital solutions to make healthcare the modern and accessible experience it should be.

Xenzone

We are making clinically excellent practices available to more people so they can thrive outside the shadow of poor mental health.
Digital technology enables us to deliver services at the point of need, without having to wait, to large numbers of people and at an affordable cost.
We are strong proponents of early intervention to prevent poor mental health and as early response support. Our clinical team operate in a pluralistic framework – recognising that there are key ingredients to therapy that runs across different models. They are trained in a range psychological approaches (including CBT, DBT, humanistic and psychodynamic psychotherapy) and take an integrative approach to delivering therapy online, underpinned by an evidence base and with a strong grounding of theoretical knowledge.

Kinder Health

Kinder Health is a distributor of non-invasive healthcare and wellness technologies that consistently deliver accurate results over time.
The Multiscan suite stands out, and using breakthrough technology, offers quick, detailed, repeatable and vital information about the functionality of an individual’s body.

The Multiscan Pro uses non-invasive technologies to scan the body to create a huge dataset from a wide range of statistics and algorithms. That dataset is analysed by the software to extrapolate a comprehensive and detailed summary report, including 3d modelling of the spine, brain and organs.

We are already making new relationships with people in varying health care sectors who are making plans to integrate the Multiscan within their practice or organisation.

We hope this technology can be made readily available, as people wanting to take responsibility for their future health and wellbeing will be able to use the information to make small changes to their lifestyle, diet or environment and help to dramatically reduce the strain on all health care sectors.

Registration opens, exhibition and refreshments

09:00 AM 09:45 AM Orangery, ground floor

Grab your badge, some refreshments before the start at 9.45am.

Session one: Where we are now?

09:45 AM 11:15 AM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

9.45am
Welcome and introduction
James Freed, Chief Information Officer, Healthwatch England

9.50am
Who is responsible for what in the national bodies?
Matt Honeyman,
Policy Researcher, The King’s Fund

  • Understand the core components of the complex structure of the digital landscape within the NHS.
  • Gain an overview of all things digital with a focus on tools for staff and infrastructure.
  • Learn how the task of implementing tech tools for the health care system of tomorrow is shared within the national bodies.

10.20am
What does the digital experience look like for patients at the moment?

Indra Joshi,
Digital health and AI clinical Lead, NHS England

  • Understand what the digitalising of services means for patients in practice and what the digital innovation standards will mean for patients at a national level.
  • Learn how patient experience is changing and what is being done to support the forthcoming changes.

10.50am
The experts answer the questions you were too afraid to ask

Matt Honeyman, Policy Researcher, The King’s Fund

Indra Joshi, Digital health and AI clinical Lead, NHS England

Speakers

Indra Joshi.pdf Download Link
Matthew Honeyman.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

11:15 AM 11:40 AM Orangery, ground floor

Enjoy the refreshments, visit the exhibition stands and our library to collect 4 stamps for the Scavenger Hunt.

Session two: Implementing innovation

11:40 AM 12:50 PM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

11.40am
Welcome and introduction
David Maguire, Senior Policy Analyst, The King’s Fund

11.45am
Exploring the human, cultural and organisational challenges of implementing tech

  • How to prepare your organisation for the implementation of new technology to minimize resistance to change.
  • Hear how the promise of the new healthcare system can become a reality, harnessing the benefits of tech without leaving members of staff behind.
  • Understand how to achieve real implementation by realising what the process entails in practice.
  • Learn how to promote digital literacy and professionalism regarding use of technology in healthcare delivery.
  • Hear about the NHS long-term plan from a digital perspective.

James Freed, Chief Information Officer, Health Education England
Eddie Olla, Regional Director of Patients and Information, NHS England

12.25pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

James Freed.pdf Download Link

Lunch, networking and scavenger hunt

12:50 PM 01:45 PM Orangery, ground floor

Enjoy the refreshments and take some time to decide between the 2 breakout sessions after lunch break.

Visit the exhibition stands and our library to collect 4 stamps for the Scavenger Hunt.

Breakout A: Empowering patients through digital technology

01:45 PM 02:30 PM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

1.45pm
Welcome and introduction 
Patricia Boyle, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development Consultant, The King’s Fund

1.50pm
Empowering patients through digital technology

In this session we will cover practical examples of what the new digital ecosystem would mean for patients and how the quality of services can be transformed through the use of technology. From not sending letters to patients, to harnessing the smartphone revolution to offer a better patient experience, understand why the digital future cannot come too soon for the NHS.

Liz Ashall-Payne, Chief Executive Officer, ORCHA
Leanne Summers, Digital Strategy, Delivery Lead for ‘Empower the Person’, NHS England

Alexia Clifford
, Deputy Director, Marketing Activation, Public Health England

2.20pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Leanne Summers.pdf Download Link
Liz-Ashall Payne.pdf Download Link

Breakout B: Primary care going digital

01:45 PM 02:45 PM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

1.45pm
Welcome and introduction
Matt Honeyman, Policy Researcher, The King’s Fund

1.50pm

In this session, we will explore the ways that technology is changing the face of primary care. With the GP practice, under unprecedented stress, could technology be the answer to primary care troubles? From sharing information and utilising data to offer holistic care, to booking appointments online and virtual consultations, understand how technology can shape the GP practice of tomorrow.

Beccy Baird, Senior Policy Fellow, The King’s Fund

2.00pm
Insights from Healthwatch Enfield

Healthwatch Enfield present their research from talking to over 1000 patients about their thoughts of using apps, video-calling and email in primary care, in addition to their experiences of using existing technology, such as GP online services.

Patricia Mecinska, Chief Executive, Healthwatch Enfield


2.15pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Becky Baird slides.pdf Download Link
Patricia Mecinska.pdf Download Link

Breakout C: Social care and technology

02:30 PM 03:20 PM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

2.30pm
Welcome and introduction
Patricia Mecinska, Chief Executive, COGS

In this session we will explore how digital maturity can improve adult social care and how the sector can benefit from being connected to other IT systems in health care delivery. Learn about the different tools that can ensure that social care is an integral part of the patient’s journey-seamless delivery being the objective.

Richard Humphries, Senior Policy Fellow, The King’s Fund
Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, TSA

3.05pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Alyson Scurfield.pdf Download Link

Brekaout D: Towards a new digital mental health

02:30 PM 03:20 PM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

2.30pm
Welcome and introduction
Ayesha Rahim, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Lancashire Care NHS FoundationTrust

2.35pm
In this workshop, we will explore what the future of e-mental health will look like. Join us to hear from our facilitator, Ayesha Rahim and prepare for some group-work as well!
From online cognitive behaviour therapy, to encouraging the use of meditation apps, the NHS seems to increasingly rely on technology to facilitate better access and timely delivery of mental health services. What will the future look like for everyone involved, what are the barriers to get there and crucially, how can we overcome them?

3.05pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Ayesha Rahim.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

03:20 PM 03:40 PM Orangery, ground floor

Last chance to visit the exhibition stands and our library to collect 4 stamps for the Scavenger Hunt.

Session five: Future paradigms of high tech solutions

03:40 PM 04:45 PM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

3.40pm
Welcome back
Harry Evans, Senior Policy Analyst, The King’s Fund

3.45pm
How can we explain artificial intelligence (AI)?

Rose Gray, Policy Manager, Cancer Research UK

  • Hear a high-level explanation of AI and how it could be applied in health care.
  • Understand how AI can radically change the day-to-day life of staff, patients and practically everyone involved in healthcare.

4.00pm
The possibilities and dangers of using patient data

Natalie Banner, ‘Understanding patient data’ Lead, Wellcome Trust

  • Hear how we can we ensure that patient data is used ethically and responsibly, while facilitating the development of new data-driven technologies.
  • Understand how to keep patients data-savvy, by developing materials for them to understand how their data is used.

4.15pm
Data, a proper understanding

David Maguire
, Senior Policy Analyst, The King’s Fund

  • Hear how the health and social care sector gathers and uses patient and administrative data to improve services provided to patients.
  • Learn how data gathering can be a burden to providers and the difficulties the sector faces in trying to develop its analytical capabilities.

4.30pm
Questions and discussion

4.45pm
Close of conference

Speakers

David Maguire.pdf Download Link
Natalie Banner.pdf Download Link
Rose Gray.pdf Download Link

Close of conference

04:45 PM 04:45 PM

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