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
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Day 1 
09:30 - 10:05 Learning from the covid-19 digital response
In association with System C and Graphnet Care Alliance
  • Evaluating outcomes of digital solutions deployed in the pandemic to inform strategy going forward
  • Harnessing positive digital momentum in the longer run to accelerate the incorporation of digital solutions
  • How to avoid returning to restrictive organisational silos and maintain agile working post-pandemic

Panellists include:

Simon Weldon, Group Chief Executive, Northampton and Kettering General Hospitals
Tara Donnelly,
Chief Digital Officer, NHSX
Dr Ian Denley,
Joint Chief Executive, System C and Chairman, Graphnet Health
Christine Walters,
Director of Informatics, St Helens and Knowsley Hospitals NHS Trust/Health Informatics Service

10:05 - 10:20 Live Q&A with panel
10:20 - 10:35 Short break and session change
10:35 - 11:05

Healthy Data: Deriving actionable insights to improve patient outcomes
In association with Intersystems

  • Collecting and structuring data for useful analysis to inform decision making
  • Using data to identify and pre-empt public health challenges and inequalities within the ICS
  • Building a holistic picture to take a long-term view on patient care, prevention and other ICS objectives
  • Applying predictive analytics to hospital appointment systems to minimise efficiency impacts

Panellists include:

David Loughton, Chief Executive, Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
David Hancock, Client Engagement Director, Intersystems
David A Wylie,
Head of Podiatry, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

11:05 - 11:20 Live Q&A with panel
11:20 - 11:25 Short break and session change
11:25 - 12:05 Roundtable Discussions – Group 1
Effectively supporting flexible working with digital tools Establishing a digital triage service
In association with Vantage
Maximising the advantages of virtual consultations Improving digital access in your local population
Executing a shared record plan across the ICS
In association with System C
Protecting against  cyber security threats
5G connectivity: reality and opportunity Leveraging digital tools in the clinical setting

 

12:05 - 12:20 Short break and session change
12:20 - 13:05 Maximising the potential of virtual care to better serve patients
In association with Orion Health
  • Learn from effective remote monitoring solutions that can be deployed in your own local system
  • Managing long-term conditions through digitally-enabled surveillance and management
  • Improving patient engagement by providing access support and ongoing assistance

Panellists include:

Nicole Allan, Product Director – Virtual Care, Orion Health
Stephen Beattie,
eHealth Programme Manager, Business Services Organisation, Health and Social Care Northern Ireland
Astrid Fairclough,
Programme Director, Wessex Care Records, Local Health and Care Records Exemplar

12:50 - 13:05 Live Q&A with panel
End of Live Sessions
PM Chat room remains open and 1-2-1 meetings take place
Day 2 
09:30 - 10:05 NHSX strategic objectives: Progress and plans
  • Reviewing the last 18 months: focus on covid-19 response
  • Outlining the national digital strategy and Digital Exemplar plans
  • Laying out strategy and funding availability for the next set of digital programmes

With Matthew Gould, Chief Executive, NHSX

10:05 - 10:20 Live Q&A with panel
10:20 - 10:35 Short break and session change
10:35 - 11:05

Digitally-powered primary care: Addressing the backlog and understanding the role of digital in the “New Normal”

  • Leveraging digital solutions to manage the backlog: focus on triage and virtual Consultations
  • Assessing digital appropriateness and patient preference to ensure solutions meet the need
  • What should the “New Normal” look like?

Panellists include:

Masood Nazir, Director of Digital Primary Care, NHSX
David Williams, Director of Strategy & Business Development, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust & Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust

11:05 - 11:20 Live Q&A with panel
11:20 - 11:25 Short break and session change
11:25 - 12:05
Roundtable Discussions – Group 2
Effectively supporting flexible working with digital tools Establishing a digital triage service
In association with Vantage
Maximising the advantages of virtual consultations Improving digital access in your local population
Executing a shared record plan across the ICS
In association with System C
Protecting against  cyber security threats
5G connectivity: reality and opportunity Leveraging digital tools in the clinical setting
12:05 - 12:20 Short break and session change
12:20 - 13:05 Digitally supporting mental health services to fully integrate patient care
  • Blurring the boundaries of primary and secondary care with seamless data sharing and personalised care plans
  • Driving treatment and support in the community to better serve patients at home
  • Scoping out the advantages and limitations of digital solutions in providing better access and ongoing support
  • Addressing vulnerability: Focus on support for covid-19 survivors and reducing loneliness and suicides

Panellists include:

James Reed, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist & Chief Clinical Information Officer, Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

12:50- 13:05 Live Q&A with panel

End of Day 2 live sessions

PM Chat room remains open and 1-2-1 meetings take place
Day 3 
09:30 - 10:05

Streamlining digital investment: Identifying solutions with maximum impact and discontinuing those that fall short

  • Understanding assessment mechanisms to rapidly evaluate outcomes and effectiveness
  • Effectively allocating resources to solutions delivering greatest impact
  • Maintaining agility demonstrated in covid19 response as system governance realigns


Panellists include:

Mike Fisher, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals Trust
Eddie Olla, Regional Director for Digital Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement – Midlands

10:05 - 10:20 Live Q&A with panel
10:20 - 10:35 Short break and session change
10:35 - 11:05 Navigating the regulation of digital covidresponse tools post-pandemic
  • Understanding the stance on liability and medical negligence in virtual consultations
  • Ensuring a conducive framework where digital capabilities are maximised
  • Safeguarding patients and protecting staff to ensure confidence in digital tools
11:05 - 11:20 Live Q&A with panel
11:20 - 11:35 Short break and session change
11:35 - 12:05 Addressing health inequalities by ensuring digital access
  • Driving inclusion to engage with all patients across all areas of healthcare specialisms
  • Assessing digital appropriateness and finding the best solution fit in every scenario
  • Identifying and approaching vulnerable patients in the community to make sure they receive the appropriate care
12:05 - 12:20 Live Q&A with panel
12:20 - 12:35 Short break and session change
12:35 - 13:05 Building personalised care pathways through effective data collection and sharing
 
  • Determining the most appropriate care pathways to focus on
  • Revisiting the LHCRE programmes: How can systems accelerate patient record sharing?
  • Get key takeaways from more advanced systems to influence your strategy and fast track your integrated care vision

Panellists include:

Matthew Hennessey, Chief Intelligence and Analytics Officer, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership

13:05 - 13:20 Live Q&A with panel
End of Live Sessions
PM Chat room remains open and 1-2-1 meetings take place
On Demand Sessions
Digital career progression: Focus on the future workforce
  • Upholding diversity in hiring and career development
  • Engaging with the next generation of workforce
Learning from the Nightingale Hospital model
  • How involved parties acted with agility in the face of adversity
  • What worked well and what could have gone better?

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