Digital Health and Care Congress 2016

Enabling patient-centred care through information and technology
Date: 
56 Jul 2016
Venue: 
The King's Fund, London W1G 0AN
Event type: 
Conference

About

About this event

Our annual Digital Health and Care Congress provides a key opportunity for you to join with peers to explore how the better use of technology and data can support and enable the developments needed to transform outcomes for patients and citizens.

Who will be speaking?

The congress will feature presentations and case studies from: NHS trusts; clinical commissioning groups; local authorities; voluntary sector organisations; universities and private sector providers, who will present innovative projects that are using technology and data to deliver high-quality sustainable health and care services.

We will also be hearing from the following keynote speakers:

Tuesday 5 July

Wednesday 6 July

What will Beverley Bryant be speaking about at the Congress?

Watch her interview with Matthew Honeyman:

Event topics

National context and strategy

NHS organisations are currently working to deliver the National Information Board's Framework, Personalised Health and Care 2020. The aim is for 95 percent of GP patients to be offered e-consultations and other digital services; and 95 percent of tests to be digitally transferred between organisations by 2020.

Hear from those leading the national agenda, and discover key digital innovations that could transform the future of health and care in England.

Key presentations on Day 1, Tuesday 5 July:

  • The importance of digital health in the implementation of the Five Year Forward View
    Matthew Swindells, National Director, Commissioning Operations and Information, NHS England
  • The impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare
    Mustafa Suleyman, Co-founder and Head of Applied Artificial Intelligence, Google DeepMind
  • Breakout session T2B: Assessing progess of the digital health agenda and looking to the future
    Candace Imison, Director of Healthcare Systems, Nuffield Trust
    Julia Manning, Founder and Chief Executive, 2020health
    Anthony Cornford, Associate Professor in Information Systems, London School of Economics

See the full programme for Day 1 >

Key presentations on Day 2, Wednesday 6 July:

  • Keynote address
    Beverley Bryant, Director of Digital Technology, NHS England
  • The digital future of the NHS
    Dr Robert M. Wachter, author of 'The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine's Computer Age' and Professor and Interim Chairman, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
  • Keynote address
    Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health

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Data and interoperability

Data sharing is vital for safety, quality and integrated care. Interoperability is the capacity for different computer systems to 'talk to each other'. Discover the latest on data sharing, data security, interoperability and informatics in the following presentations.

Key presentations on Day 1, Tuesday 5 July:

  • Data security in the NHS
    Dame Fiona Caldicott, National Data Guardian, Health and Social Care
  • Breakout session T3C: Sharing insights on data sharing
    Katherine Adams, Homerton University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    Lea Marais, Senior Imaging Leads, IXICO

See the full programme for Day 1 >

Key presentations on Day 2, Wednesday 6 July:

  • Breakout session W2B: Overcoming barriers to interoperability - lessons from Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
    Saira Khan, Interoperability Programme Manager, Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Breakout session W2D: Using informativce to improve systems and services
    Daniel Marsden, Practice Development Nurse, People with Learning Disabilities, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
    Andrew Fenton, Connecting Care Programme Director, South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit
    Aimie Chapple, Managing Director - UK Health, Accenture

See the full programme for Day 2 >

Supporting staff

Key presentations on Day 1, Tuesday 5 July:

  • Breakout session T2A: Supporting staff in care homes and hospices
    Dr Ian Derek Wiles, Medical Director, GPC
    Dr Gemma Wilson, Senior Research Assistant, Health and Life Sciences
    Lesley Young-Murphy, Executive Director of Nursing and Transformation, North Tyneside CCG
    Jonathon Carr-Brown, European Director, MyDirectives, ADVault
  • Breakout session T2B: Assessing progess of the digital health agenda and looking to the future
    Candace Imison, Director of Healthcare Systems, Nuffield Trust
    Julia Manning, Founder and Chief Executive, 2020health
    Anthony Cornford, Associate Professor in Information Systems, London School of Economics

See the full programme for Day 1 >

Key presentations on Day 2, Wednesday 6 July:

  • Breakout session W2C: Digital solutions for allied health professionals
    Graham Worsley, European Technology for Business
    Janie Thompson, Consultant Physiotherapist Musculoskeletal Services, NHS Lanarkshire
    Prakash Jayakumar, DPhil Student. Medical Sciences Division, University of Oxford
  • Breakout session W3C: Using apps to support clinical decision making
    Jonathan Mayes, Medical Student, Newcastle University
    Dr Thomas Newsom-Davies, Consultant in Medical Oncology, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    Professor Julie Barnett, Professor of Health Psychology, University of Bath
    Dr Michelle Harricharan, Research Associate, University of Bath

See the full programme for Day 2 >

Supporting patients

Key presentations on Day 1, Tuesday 5 July:

  • Breakout session T2C: Using digital clinical communication to support young adults with long-term conditions: leassons for the LYNC study
    Xavier Armoiry, Senior Visiting Fellow, Warwick Medical School
    Dr Jason Madan, Assistant Professor in Health Economics, Warwick Medical School
    Dr Mark Sujan, Associate Professor of Patient Safety, University of Warwick
  • Breakout session T2D: Digital innovations for people with mental health problems
    Richard Haynes, Programme Manager for Assistive Technology, Northamptonshire County Council
    Manon Bruinsma, Regional Director, Europe, Music and Memory
    Dr Caroline Sanders, Senior Lecturer in Medical Sociology, University of Manchester
    Professor Shôn Lewis, Consultant Psychiatrist, Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust
    Chris Eldridge, Director of Operations, Mayden House Ltd
  • Breakout session T3D: Using telehealth to support patients
    John Stamford, PhD Student (Intelligent Systems Research Group), University of Hull

See the full programme for Day 1 >

Key presentations on Day 2, Wednesday 6 July:

  • Breakout session W2A: Supporting self-care for patients
    Paolo Fraccaro, Postgraduate Research Student, University of Manchester
    Andy Minnion MBE, Director, The Rix Centre for Innovation and Learning Disability , University of East London
    Cees van Berkel, Principal Scientist, Philips Research, Philips Healthcare
  • Breakout session W3A: Web-based tools and apps supporting patient wellbeing
    Richard Latham, Chief Executive, Wellmind Media Ltd
    Dr Frances Cole, Pain Rehabilitation Specialist and GP, Advanced Digital Institute Health
    Shôn Lewis, Professor of Adult Psychiatry, University of Manchester
  • Breakout session W3D: Improving access through the use of technology

    Jenny Blundell, Women's Services General Manager, Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
    Sagar Jilka, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Imperial College London
    Harry Longman, Founder and Chief Executive. GP Access Ltd

    See the full programme for Day 2 >

Tuesday

Day 1: Tuesday 5 July

8.00am: Registration opens, exhibition and networking

Session one: Opening plenary

9.45am: Welcome and introduction

Professor Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King's Fund

9.55am: Keynote address: The importance of digital health in the implementation of the Five Year Forward View.

Matthew Swindells, National Director, Commissioning Operations and Information, NHS England

10.15am: Keynote address: Data security in the NHS

  • Overseeing the safe use of personal health and care information, holding the health and social care system to account and acting on behalf of patients and care users.

Dame Fiona Caldicott, National Data Guardian, Health and Social Care

10.30am: Questions and discussion

11.00am: Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

Session two: Breakout streams

Delegates can choose to attend one of the following parallel sessions:

T2A: Supporting staff in care homes and hospices

11.30am: Welcome and introduction

David Maguire, Data Analyst, Health Policy, The King's Fund

11.35am: Truth 3.0: hearing the patient’s voice in emergency, urgent and advance care planning

  • Review of a survey by NHS Blood and Transplant and a longitudinal study of 900 digital advance directive users suggesting that the public are open to creating videos and documents recording their preferences, values and goals prior to a health crisis.

Jonathon Carr-Brown, European Director, MyDirectives, ADVault

11.50am: Supporting improvement through the development of an innovative hydration monitoring solution for care home settings

  • Results of implementing an innovative mobile hydration app developed in collaboration with a Clinical Commissioning Group, software developers and care home mangers in the North of England.

Dr Gemma Wilson, Senior Research Assisant, Health and Life Sciences

Lesley Young-Murphy, Executive Director of Nursing and Transformation, North Tyneside CCG

12.05pm: The accurate measurement of pressure ulcers using tablet and smartphone technology

  • The development of a repeatable and reliable measurement of pressure ulcers via tablet or mobile based software, and a look at potential uses.

Dr Ian Wiles, Medical Director, GPC

12.20pm: Questions and discussion

T2B: Assessing progress of the digital health agenda and looking to the future

11.30am: Welcome and introduction

Matthew Honeyman, Researcher, Health Policy, The King's Fund

11.35am: Delivering the benefits of digital healthcare

  • Why it has been so difficult to successfully deploy information technology in healthcare and where the big opportunities are for technology to improve clinical outcomes and patient experience - with lessons on how to avoid expensive mistakes.

Candace Imison, Director of Healthcare Systems, Nuffield Trust

11.50pm: A review of progress and uptake of digital health innovations

  • To what extent has government policy influenced the uptake, implementation and valuing of digital health solutions directed at patients and how do digital health innovations align with NHS Five year Forward View objectives?

Julia Manning, Founder and Chief Executive, 2020health

Kathy Mason, Associate, 2020health

12.05pm: An emerging world of digital medicines: a multi-episode study

  • Using the concept of physical-digital medicine-hybrids to introduce three 'digital medicine' case studies, with potential lessons across clinical practice, health service management and supply chains.

Dr Tony Cornford, Associate Professor of Information Systems, Department of Management, London School of Economics.

Dr Valentina Lichtner, Senior Research Fellow School of Healthcare, University of Leeds

12.20pm: Questions and discussion

T2C: Using digital clinical communication to support young adults with long-term conditions: lessons from the LYNC study

11.30am: Welcome and introduction

John Cruickshank, Director, Health ICT Consulting Limited

11.35am: Introductionto the LYNC study

Professor Frances Griffiths, Professor of Medicine in Society, Warwick Medical School

Professor Jackie Sturt, Professor of Nursing, Kings College London

11.45am: A qualitative study of patient safety and security risks

  • The introduction of new technology into healthcare has the potential for unintended consequences that potentially put patients at risk.
  • An exploration of the main patient safety and security risks associated with the use of digital clinical communication using data from 20 NHS clinics in England.

Dr Mark Sujan, Associate Professor of Patient Safety, University of Warwick

Isabelle Svahnstrom, Medical Student, University of Warwick

11.55am: Health economic implications of digital clinical communication

  • Data from staff at 20 NHS clinics in England and Wales was used to estimate the costs associated with digital clinical communication between clinicians and patients and the impact on resources.

Dr Jason Madan, Assistant Professor in Health Economics, Warwick Medical School

12.05pm: Analysis of data to look at ethical implications

  • An analysis of data from twenty NHS sites, and additional data collected on ethical concerns from four NHS clinics to look at ethical concerns regarding confidentiality and consent, as well as potentially redefining the nature of the patient-clinician relationship.

Dr Agnieszka Ignatowicz, Research Fellow, University of Warwick

Patrick Elder, Medical Student, University of Warwick

12.15pm: Use of digital clinical communication for families and carers of children and young people with short or long term conditions (LYNCS study): a rapid review

  • Looking at evidence on the impact of digital clinical communication used between families-carers and health professionals from studies between 2009 and 2015

Xavier Armoiry, Senior Visiting Fellow, Warwick Medical School

12.25pm: Questions and discussion

T2D: Digital innovations for people with mental health problems

11.30am: Welcome and introduction

11.35am: Use of individualised music access for people with dementia

  • A discussion of the initial uptake of individualised music therapy technology (IMTT) to people with dementia in Northamptonshire, working with Northamptonshire County Council and local charity ‘Pink Rooster’.

Richard Haynes, Programme Manager for Assistive Technology, Northamptonshire County Council

Manon Bruinsma, Regional Director, Europe, Music and Memory

11.50am: Experience based design of a mobile phone system for supporting service users with serious mental illness in community settings

  • Co-design and pilot of an mHealth system with real-time symptom monitoring for people with serious mental illness, working with two community mental health teams in separate NHS Trusts

Dr Caroline Sanders, Senior Lecturer in Medical Sociology, University of Manchester

Professor Shôn Lewis, Consultant Psychiatrist, Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust

12.05pm: A new approach to the evaluation of online therapy within IAPT services at scale through integration

  • A cloud-based integration hub, developed with funding from the NHS Small Business Research Initiative to allow therapists to register patients with online therapy directly from the patient’s Digital Care Record.

Chris Eldridge, Director of Operations, Mayden House Ltd

12.20pm: Questions and discussion

T2E: Remote monitoring: engaging patients with their own health

This session will explore how remote monitoring technology can provide valuable insights for clinicians and excessive savings for the NHS while enabling patients, suffering from long terms conditions or recent discharges from hospital, to engage more with their own health and care. By educating patients about their healthcare management, emergency admissions and re-admissions are reduced dramatically. The speakers will discuss how they are implementing the solution and what benefits DHM brings.

This session is organised and hosted by our sponsor, Digital Healthcare Management.


12.45pm: Lunch, exhibition and networking

Session three: Breakout streams

Delegates can choose to attend one of the following parallel sessions:

T3A: Online support for people with mental health problems

1.45pm: Welcome and introduction

Matthew Honeyman, Researcher, Health Policy, The King's Fund

1.50pm: Using machine learning algorithms to assess the clinical severity of depression among users of a digital mental health platform

  • Using machine learning algorithms (MLAs) to estimate the likelihood that a member of Big White Wall is experiencing severe depression based on their written text.

Claire Harding, Head of Impact and Research, Big White Wall

Gavin Potter, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, RecSys

2.05pm: Creating a virtuous cycle of digital health enterprise sustainability

  • Creating a sustainable digital health organisation through funding research and development and maximising uptake within the health and social care sector using the example of a computer-assisted therapy programme for substance misuse.

Dr Jonathan Ward, Managing Director, Breaking Free Online

Dr Sarah Elison, Head of Research, Breaking Free Online

2.20pm: Transforming substance misuse services though computer-assisted therapy

  • Ongoing implementation of Breaking Free Online throughout Crime Reduction Initiatives and explore how the relationship has facilitated the normalisation of this digital health programme as a treatment option.

Stephanie Dugdale, Research Associate, Breaking Free Online

2.35pm: Questions and discussion

T3B: Apps for patients with long-term conditions

1.45pm: Welcome and introduction

Charles Lowe, Managing Director, Digital Health and Care Allianance (DHACA)

1.50pm: REMORA (Remote monitoring of Rheumatoid Arthritis) using a smartphone app

  • A pilot study to design, implement and evaluate a system of remote data collection for people with Rheumatoid Arthritis to see whether electronic collection of patient reported outcomes (ePROS) directly from patients between clinic visits can enhance clinical care and provide a sustainable source of data for research.

Dr Lynn Austin, Research Associate, University of Manchester

2.05pm: The role of user experience in adoption and adherence to a digital lifestyle change tool for blood pressure reduction

  • Design and evaluation of an engaging user experience that promotes adoption, adherence and persistence in a digitally delivered lifestyle change program, leading to reduction in blood pressure.

Thomas Sutton, Executive Creative Director, frog

Domenico Cianflone, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, AMICOMED

2.20pm: Using an app to help diabetic patients monitor their blood sugar levels and help prevent hypoglycaemia for Type 2 diabetic patients

  • An investigation into the feasibility and acceptability of telehealth support to prevent severe hypoglycaemia along with the impact of remote monitoring on patients’ awareness and fear of hypoglycaemia and their satisfaction of their diabetes care.

Dr Kenneth Law, Senior Telehealth Nurse, Local Care Direct

2.35pm: Questions and discussion

T3C: Sharing insights on data sharing

1.45pm: Welcome and introduction

David Maguire, Data Analyst, Health Policy, The King's Fund

1.50pm: NHS 111 Patient Relationship Manager

  • Development of the NHS 111 Patient Relationship Manager (PRM) for London using innovative cloud based technology to improve the patient journey through the urgent care system.

Dr Samit Shah, Clinical Adviser, NHS England

2.05pm: Implementing a Multidisciplinary Hospital Wide Clinical EPR System at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • Development of a comprehensive, multi-professional clinically-led hospital patient records at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, using a collaborative design approach.

Katherine Adams, Homerton University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

2.20pm: CYGNUS: A digital brain health platform for improving dementia outcomes

  • A platform to collect and analyse outcomes for patients with dementia, bringing together four Northern England Mental Health Trusts, the Northern Health Science Alliance, IXICO and ICHOM.

Lea Marais, Senior Imaging Leads, IXICO

Dr Hakim Yadi, Chief Executive, Northern Health Science Alliance

2.35pm: Questions and discussion

T3D: Using telehealth to support patients

1.45pm: Welcome and introduction

Jonathan Thorpe, Director, Carelab

1.50pm: Using telemedicine to manage the for wound care service in the Italian public health care system

  • Telemedicine in the form of email and smartphone app was used to support non-professional caregivers, nurses and patients in the dressing of wounds.

Professor Sergio Pillon, Director, UOD Telemedicine, Cardiovascular Department, A.I. San Camillo-Forlanini, Rome

2.05pm: Quest for Quality in Care Homes – using telehealth care to enable integrated, anticipatory and sustainable health and care services

  • A project in NHS Calderdale CCG to address the variations in practice across care homes, supporting the delivery of consistent, efficient, proactive care by upskilling and empowering staff.

Steven Tope, Account Director, Health and Social Care Transformation, Tunstall Healthcare

2.20pm: Outcome assessment of heart failure patients in Hull and East Yorkshire under telehealth care

  • Assessing the effectiveness of home telehealth compared with routine care in Hull and East Yorkshire.

John Stamford, PhD Student (Intelligent Systems Research Group), University of Hull

2.35pm: Questions and discussion


3.00pm: Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

Session four: Rapid-fire poster session

3.30pm: Welcome and introduction

Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, Telecare Services Association

The following presenters will have three minutes each in this quick-fire round:

UK Healthcare Pathway App for migrants

Raj Adgopul, First Byte Community Interest Company

Assessment of a smartphone-connected otoscope and associated healthcare communication platform

Julian Hamann, Medical Director, Cupris Health

Electronic Handover to increase Patient Safety

Heather Joy, Nervecentre Software Ltd

Digital technology for communication between clinicians and young patients with chronic conditions (LYNCS study) – An international review

Frances Taggart, Warwick Medical School

Perspectives and experiences of health professionals on the implementation and use of telehealth for COPD services: towards personalised and holistic support

Lisa Brunton, The University of Manchester

Telehealth, Well Designed and Designed for Wellbeing: Design Guidelines for User Experience

Paul Chamberlain, Sheffield Hallam University

Session five

4.15pm: Welcome back

Professor Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King’s Fund

4.20pm: The impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare

Mustafa Suleyman, Co-founder and Head of Applied Artificial Intelligence, Google DeepMind

4.50pm: Questions and discussion

5.15pm: Close of day

5.15pm: Drinks reception

Please join us for complimentary drinks

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Wednesday

Day 2: Wednesday 6 July

8.00am: Registration opens, exhibition and networking

Breakfast workshop

8.45am: The Camden Integrated Digital Record tale – enabling the clinical transformation agenda across Health and Social care

  • How the system is helping with higher quality of care, improved safety of care and an improved experience of care.

Mr Hasib Aftab, Head of IT and Systems, Camden Clinical Commissioning Group

Dr Neel Gupta, GP Representative and GP Governing Body Member, Camden Clinical Commissioning Group

This workshop is being organised by our sponsor, Orion Health.

Session one: Opening plenary

9.45am: Welcome and introduction

Richard Murray, Director, Health Policy, The King’s Fund

9.55am: Keynote address

Beverley Bryant, Director of Digital Technology, NHS England

10.15am: Panel session: what is going on nationally to support the digital health agenda?

Hazel Harper, Independent Living Innovation Platform Programme Manager, Innovate UK

Phil Koczan, Chief Information Officer, NHS Waltham Forest Clinical Commissioning Group

Luke Readman, Chief Information Officer, Waltham Forest, Newham and Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group

10.35am: Questions and discussion

11.00am: Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

Session two: Breakout streams

Delegates can choose to attend one of the following parallel sessions:

W2A: Supporting self-care for patients

11.30am: Welcome and introduction

Charles Lowe, Managing Director, Digital Health and Care Alliance (DHACA)

11.35am: Patients’ online access and interpretation of laboratory test results: a human computer interaction study

  • Study examining how different ways of presenting laboratory results of regular tests might influence how patients with chronic kidney disease interpret and act on them.

Paolo Fraccaro, PhD Student in Health Informatics, University of Manchester

11.50am: 'Multimedia Advocacy’: Tools and techniques that put patients at the centre of their health and care and transform how we deliver the service

  • Examples shared from Central and Northwest London NHS Trust will include new approaches to self-management of health and well-being by mental health patients

Andy Minnion MBE, Professor of Media Advocacy, University of East London

12.05pm: Supported self-care through technology

  • Developing a clinical hub with Bristol Community Health to create improved ways of managing people with long term conditions in the community.

Cees van Berkel, Principal Scientist, Philips Research, Philips Healthcare

Hanna Eklind, Supported Self Care Hub

12.20pm: Questions and discussion

W2B: Overcoming barriers to interoperability: lessons from Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust

11.30am: Welcome and introduction

11.35am: Overcoming clinical system barriers in child health: Automating standardised immunisation data for children living in Central London

  • The experience of developing a means of automatically extracting from the GP system a standardized immunisation dataset for children and uploading to the CLCH clinical system.

Saira Khan, Project Manager - Simplifying Referrals Management, Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust

11.45am: Overcoming manual referral processes between primary and community health care: we have an interoperable solution for that

  • The journey of designing, building and testing a unique solution for local primary and community health care providers that is the result of collaboration between different system suppliers, CCG, local Clinical Support Unit, GPs and end users.

11.55pm: Digitising Child Health Notifications: Joining up the information pathway between acute and community Care

  • The CLCH Child Health Information Hub, based in the borough of Barnet, receives over 500,000 different notifications from sources including: acute hospitals; GPs; social services; and schools every year.

12.05pm: Overcoming clinical system divides: Developing a read-only view of community health care for GPs

  • Creating a read-only view to the GP instantaneously, of a defined dataset from the Central London Community Healthcare record.

12.20pm: Questions and discussion

W2C: Digital solutions for allied health professionals

11.30am: Welcome and introduction

11.35am: Home-based gait training following knee and hip arthroplasty

  • A project investigating whether home-based physiotherapy using gait analysis and gait training can improve outcomes for patients following knee and hip arthroplasty

Graham Worsley, Innovation Adviser, European Technology for Business

11.50am: Capacity building in community AHP services by leveraging a care management technology platform for exercise rehabilitation

Janie Thompson, Consultant Physiotherapist Musculoskeletal Services, NHS Lanarkshire

Aoife Na Mhuiri, Physiotherapist and Founder, Salaso Health Solutions

12.05pm: Improving outcomes after hip and knee replacement surgery

  • Using patient-focused technology-based innovations that build on the clinical components of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS)

Prakash Jayakumar, Specialist Registrar in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, DPhil Candidate Balliol College, University of Oxford and Consulting Clinician Value Creation, Johnson & Johnson Medical EMEA

Lili Rong, Solution Manager, Value Creation, Johnson & Johnson Medical EMEA

12.20pm: Questions and discussion

W2D: Using informatics to improve systems and services

11.30am: Welcome and introduction

David Maguire, Data Analyst, Health Policy, The King's Fund

11.35am: Employing informatics to improve hospital care for people with learning disabilities

  • Identifying the causes of repeat A&E attendance by patients with learning disabilities, and the steps taken to reduce these.

Daniel Marsden, Practice Development Nurse, People with Learning Disabilities, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

11.50am: Connecting care: The jigsaw of interoperability at scale in health and social care

Exploring three examples of interoperability at scale, including:

  • Hampshire Health Record - connecting 3 acute hospitals and 135 GP practices via single sign on
  • Oxfordshire Care Summary - providing a real-time ‘portal’ view of information held in local disparate clinical systems to GPs
  • Connecting Care - a health and social care partnership with mental health, three local authorities and three acute trusts across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.

Andrew Fenton, Associate Director, Digital Transformation, NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit

12.05pm: Predictive analytics health model for patients with long-term conditions in Spain

  • To identify pre-emptively multi-chronic patients with an increased risk of hospitalisation for both predictable and avoidable reasons.

Aimie Chapple, Managing Director - UK Health, Accenture

12.20pm: Questions and discussion

12.45pm: Lunch, exhibition and networking

Session three: Breakout streams

Delegates can choose to attend one of the following parallel sessions:

W3A: Web-based tools and apps supporting patient wellbeing

1.45pm: Welcome and introduction

1.50pm: The effectiveness of a web-based mindfulness course as an intervention treatment for NHS patients

  • Evaluating the use of a mindfulness app integrated into the IAPT platform used by Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust

Richard Latham, Chief Executive, Wellmind Media Ltd

2.05pm: Integrating digital technology into a chronic pain pathway

  • Promote a biopsychosocial approach to pain management by clinicians and patients to achieve reduced referrals to secondary care, reduced GP consultations and reduced opioid prescription.

Dr Frances Cole, Pain Rehabilitation Specialist and GP, Advanced Digital Institute Health

2.20pm: Smartphone-enhanced symptom management and relapse prevention: A randomised controlled trial

  • Monitoring symptoms in real time for people with serious mental illness, improving psychotic symptom control, and providing an early warning system for relapse.

Professor Shôn Lewis, Professor of Adult Psychiatry, University of Manchester

2.35pm: Questions and discussion

W3B: Innovation in digital health: using the internet of things

1.45pm: Welcome and introduction

Charles Lowe, Managing Director, Digital Health and Care Alliance (DHACA)

1.50pm: Achieving the outcomes of a high reliability organization through the creation of a centralized operations center

  • To coordinate, direct, monitor, and manage operational flow at two hospitals in Virginia and to achieve overall transfer volume, emergency department boarding times, intensive care bed availability, and improved patient transfers throughout the network of hospitals.
Paul Davenport, Vice President, Carilion Clinic Emergency Services, United States

2.10pm: The healthy living cell: a symbiotic relationship between technology and home design

  • A project working with Bristol City Council and Bristol CCG to explore how the application of Internet of Things (IOT) could improve the way health and care is delivered.

Mario Bozzo, Director, IBI Group

2.30pm: Questions and discussion

W3C: Using apps to support clinical decision making

1.45pm: Welcome and introduction

Matthew Honeyman, Researcher, Health Policy, The King's Fund

1.50pm: A technology device to increase hand gel compliance

  • A technology-driven solution to increasing compliance rates of hand gel usage to prevent hospital-acquired infections.

Jonathan Mayes, Medical Student, Newcastle University

2.05pm: Acute oncology: an app for healthcare professionals

  • Development of a smartphone app, in conjuction with London Cancer Alliance. Available for all healthcare professionals, the app provides comprehensive clinical guidelines and a regional directory of cancer services.

Dr Thomas Newsom-Davies, Consultant in Medical Oncology, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

2.20pm: Embedding relationship and behaviour change evidence in digital delivery: the example of myPace

  • A digital health solution to support weight loss available to both individuals and dieticians.

Professor Julie Barnett, Professor of Health Psychology, University of Bath

Dr Michelle Harricharan, Research Associate, University of Bath

Dave Fletcher, Founder, White October

2.35pm: Questions and discussion

W3D: Improving access through the use of technology

1.45pm: Welcome and introduction

John Cruickshank, Director, Health ICT Consulting Limited

1.50pm: Transforming patient attendance in gynaecology

  • Using online, smartphone and an advanced two-way text messaging service to improve patient’s access to the Women’s Services department at Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, minimising missed outpatient appointments.

Jenny Blundell, Women's Services General Manager, Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

2.05pm: Patient access to medical records: an on-going longitudinal evaluation of a care information exchange across diabetes patients in North West London

Dr Sagar Jilka, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Imperial College London

2.20pm: Seeking help from your GP online: how to break the logjam in digital access

  • An analysis of over 16,000 patient episodes accessing GP services online, looking at the clinical symptoms submitted, user demographics, patient satisfaction and economic analysis to assess savings made through using this channel.

Harry Longman, Founder and Chief Executive. GP Access Ltd

2.35pm: Questions and discussion

3.00pm: Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

Session four: Rapid-fire poster session

3.30pm: The following presenters will have three minutes each in this quick-fire round:

Accenture Doctors Survey 2015

Aimie Chapple, Accenture

The Dementia Challenge: A Human-Centred Approach

Lisa Whitelaw

Involving an expert panel in the development of an online intervention designed to support midwives in work-related psychological distress: Exploring the outcomes of a Delphi study

Sally Pezaro, Coventry University

Assessment of a smartphone-connected otoscope and associated healthcare communication platform

Helen Vlatge, Cupris Health

Out-of-home activity recognition from GPS data in schizophrenic patients

Dr. Niels Peek, Reader in Health Informatics, The University of Manchester

Using real-time online reports to improve care for patients with hip fracture

Chris Boulton, Royal College of Physicians

Active clinical decision support – empowering primary care clinicians to deliver preventative care to that can cut costs and save lives

Robert Dunlop, Elsevier

Session five: Closing plenary

4.15pm: Welcome back

Richard Murray, Director, Health Policy, The King’s Fund

4.20pm: The digital future of the NHS

  • Via weblink: an overview of the review for the NHS on the critical lessons we need to get right as we move to a digital future.

Dr Robert M. Wachter, author of 'The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine's Computer Age' and Professor and Interim Chairman, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco

4.45pm: Questions and discussion

5.00pm: Keynote address

Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health

5.20pm: Questions and discussion

5.30pm: Close of congress

Supporters

Thank you to our supporters

We would like to thank the following organisations who are supporting the congress. If you would like information on how you can support our events please email us or call 020 7307 2596.

Partners

Emerald Insight

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Emerald is a global publisher linking research and practice to the benefit of society. The company manages a portfolio of more than 290 journals and over 2,350 books and book series volumes. It also provides an extensive range of value-added products, resources and services to support its customers’ needs.

Emerald’s health and social care collection provides vital knowledge covering research, management and practice in health and social care and allied areas. The content suggests improvements for practice and considers the social impact of research and policy.

Wired Health

WIRED Health takes place on 29th April 2016. This one-day event explores the future of healthcare and is designed to introduce, explain and predict the coming trends facing the medical and personal healthcare industries. From diagnostics and neuroscience, to data-driven healthcare and new material sciences, the event will gather more than 20 industry-leading main stage speakers, plus an exciting selection of start-ups. Book your place using code WHKING10 and receive a 10% discount.

Supporters

AIHO

The Association of Independent Healthcare Organisations (AIHO) is the trade association for independent healthcare providers across the United Kingdom. We represent over 200 hospitals that provide services to insured, self-paying and NHS-funded patients. AIHO highlights the role the sector plays in delivering the nation's health and informs the national debate on delivering the healthcare Britain deserves.

Digital Health Age

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Digital Health Age is the community for healthcare professionals, fitness workers and tech enthusiasts to follow disruptive healthcare technologies. Launched in 2015, the website has quickly become a hub for progress and innovation in digital health.

eHealth Industries Innovation Centre

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The eHealth Industries Innovation (ehi2) Centre is a business-facing centre for the ehealth industries, supporting the development of the ehealth sector in Wales. It offers companies access to healthcare facilities and technologies and informatics expertise.

International Innovation

International Innovation

International Innovation is a global resource published by communications agency, Research Media, publishing insight and analysis on current scientific research trends worldwide, and funding and policy issues. Coverage spans the breadth of scientific disciplines, with key focus on healthcare, environment and technology.

Medipex Health Innovation Hub Yorkshire and Humber

Medipex

Medipex is the healthcare innovation hub for NHS organisations across the Yorkshire and Humber and East Midlands regions and industry and academia internationally. We connect the NHS with industry and academia sharing our knowledge of the NHS and commercialisation processes to facilitate the innovation cycle.

Personalize My Medicine

Personalize My Medicine places people and patients at center by informing them of the latest advances in medical innovation relevant to their condition and promotes research and innovation for unmet medical needs through our crowdfunding platform designed for both patients and innovators.

Telehealth and Telecare Aware

Telehealth & Telecare Aware is the only internationally-focused, independent review of health tech for a professional audience. Since 2005, our Editors have written about industry news and research from an independent, informed and thoughtful point of view in a global context. We tackle what the events really mean with experienced eyes and from an independent ‘in the trenches’ perspectives. Follow us at telecareaware.com, through our twice-weekly free Alerts or on Twitter @telecareaware.

The Journal of mHealth

The Journal of mHealth

The Journal of mHealth is an international publication which brings the latest professional developments in mobile, digital and connected health technologies to healthcare and industry professionals around the world. Click on the logo to read issues of the Journal and to subscribe for free.

Exhibition

Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at this conference?

Please take a look below at some of the promotional opportunities that we have available at the Congress.

Breakfast sessions

Become a headline sponsor at one of our conferences and you’ll have the option of organising your own breakfast session at the event. These sessions are regularly attended by more than 25 per cent of delegates, which is why this is our most popular package.

Exhibition stands

Exhibition stands provide a great opportunity to network and engage with delegates. Each stand includes a free delegate place, as well as promotional opportunities on the conference webpage and app, making this package a cost-effective option.

Branding opportunities

If you can’t get to the congress then sponsoring the lanyards, twitter wall or getting a display stand are great ways to make your organisation’s presence felt.


Digital Health and Care Congress Exhibition Brochure

For more information on the full range of packages available please email Michael Spencer, Sponsorship Manager, or call him on 020 7307 2482.

Sponsors

Orion Health

Orion-Health

Digital Healthcare Management

Digital Healthcare Mangement

Gloodoo

gloodoo

Exhibitors

Advanced

Advanced

Blue Latitude Health

Blue Latitude Health

Digital Healthcare Management

Digital healthcare management

Elsevier Clinical Solutions

Elsevier Clinical Solutions

Every Life Technologies

Every Life technologies

Opus Telecoms

Opus Telecoms

Orion Health

Orion-Health

Salaso

Salaso

TeleTracking

TeleTracking

TPP

TPP

White October

White October

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If you would like to be invoiced for your place please click on 'Show other payment options' under the green register button and then click on 'Pay offline'.

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Discounts

Group discounts

The following discounts are available for group bookings, when all members are attending from the same organisation. Please note all places must be booked at the same time to receive the discount, and you must email us for your promotional code, as the discount will not be automatically applied to your booking.

10% off for 3-4 people
15% off for 5-6 people
20% off for 7 or more people

Student rates

We offer a limited number of discounted places for students who are in full-time education. To request a promotional code, please email us at events@kingsfund.org.uk

Bursaries

We offer a limited number of bursary (free) places on our conferences for patients and carers. To apply for a bursary for this event please email us.

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