Matthew Swindells: The importance of digital health in the implementation of the NHS five year forward view
Mustafa Suleyman: New ways for technology to enhance patient care
Dame Fiona Caldicott: Data security in the NHS
Presentations: Day 1
Presentations: Tuesday 5 July
Session two: Breakout sessions
Supporting improvement through the development of an innovative hydration monitoring solution for care home settings
The accurate measurement of pressure ulcers using tablet and smartphone technology
Truth 3.0: hearing the patient’s voice in emergency, urgent and advance care planning
A review of progress and uptake of digital health innovations
An emerging world of digital medicines: a multi-episode study
Delivering the benefits of digital healthcare
Agnieszka Ignatowicz Patrick Elder
Analysis of data to look at ethical implications
Health economic findings
A qualitative study of patient safety and security risks
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
Experience - based design of a mobile phone system for supporting service users with serious mental illness in community settings
A new approach to the evaluation of online therapy within IAPT services at scale through integration
Use of individualised music access for people with dementia
Session three: Breakout sessions
Using machine learning algorithms to assess the clinical severity of depression among users of a digital mental health platform
Creating a virtuous cycle of digital health enterprise sustainability: Lessons learnt from Breaking Free Online
Transforming substance misuse services though computer-assisted therapy
Using an app to help diabetic patients monitor their blood sugar levels and help prevent hypoglycaemia for Type 2 diabetic patients
REMORA (Remote monitoring of Rheumatoid Arthritis) using a smartphone app
The role of user experience in adoption and adherence to a digital lifestyle change tool for blood pressure reduction
Implementing a Multidisciplinary Hospital Wide Clinical EPR System at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
CYGNUS: A digital brain health platform for improving dementia outcomes
NHS 111 Patient Relationship Manager
Using telemedicine to manage the for wound care service in the Italian public health care system
Quest for Quality in Care Homes – using telehealth care to enable integrated, anticipatory and sustainable health and care services
Session four: Rapid-fire poster session
Mike May poster presentation
Mike May poster
Digital technology for communication between clinicians and young patients with chronic conditions (LYNCS study) –An international review
Niels Peek poster presentation
Niels Peek poster
Out-of-home activity recognition from GPS data in schizophrenic patients
Lisa Brunton poster presentation
Lisa Brunton poster
Perspectives and experiences of health professionals on the implementation and use of telehealth for COPD services: towards personalised and holistic support
Vivienne Burgon poster presentation
Using real-time online reports to improve care for patients with hip fracture
Presentations: Day 2
Presentations: Wednesday 6 July
Neel Gupta and Hasib Aftab
The Camden Integrated Digital Record tale: enabling the clinical transformation agenda across health and social care
Session two: Breakout sessions
Patients’ online access and interpretation of laboratory test results: a human computer interaction study
Multimedia Advocacy: Tools and techniques that put patients at the centre of their health and care and transform how we deliver the service
Supported self-care through technology
Home-based gait training following knee and hip arthroplasty
Capacity building in community AHP services by leveraging a care management technology platform for exercise rehabilitation
Improving outcomes after hip and knee replacement surgery
Employing informatics to improve hospital care for people with learning disabilities
Connecting care: The jigsaw of interoperability at scale in health and social care
Predictive analytics health model for patients with long-term conditions in Spain
The effectiveness of a web-based mindfulness course as an intervention treatment for NHS patients
Smartphone-enhanced symptom management and relapse prevention: a randomised controlled trial
Session three: Breakout sessions
Achieving the outcomes of a high reliability organization through the creation of a centralized operations center
Acute oncology: an app for healthcare professionals
Embedding relationship and behaviour change evidence in digital delivery: the example of myPace
Transforming patient attendance in gynaecology
Patient access to medical records: an on-going longitudinal evaluation of a care information exchange across diabetes patients in North West London
Seeking help from your GP online: how to break the logjam in digital access
Trafford Care Co-ordination Centre: Supporting People with Health and Social Care Needs
Session four: Rapid-fire poster session
David Champeaux poster presentation
David Champeaux poster
Accenture Doctors Survey 2015
Sally Pezaro poster presentation
Sally Pezaro poster
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
Robert Dunlop poster presentation
Robert Dunlop and Lisa Elsevier poster
Active clinical decision support – empowering primary care clinicians to deliver preventative care to that can cut costs and save lives
Jonathan Mayes poster
Developing a device to decrease hospital acquired infection
Julian Hamann poster presentation
Assessment of a smartphone-connected otoscope and associated healthcare communication platform
Session five: Closing plenary
Keynote address: Data security in the NHS
Keynote address: the digital future of the NHS
About this event
Our annual Digital Health and Care Congress provided a key opportunity to explore how the better use of technology and data can support and enable the developments needed to transform outcomes for patients and citizens.
Programme for Digital Health and Care Congress 2016
Thank you to our supporters
We would like to thank the following organisations who supported the congress. If you would like information on how you can support our events please email us or call 020 7307 2596.
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 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.
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
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.
Digital Health London
DigitalHealth London is a collaboration between MedCity and London’s three Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs): Imperial College Health Partners, UCLPartners and the Health Innovation Network. It is supported by the Mayor of London and the Academic Health Science Centres (AHSCs).
eHealth Industries Innovation Centre
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.
eHealth Law & Policy
eHealth Law & Policy, launched in November 2013, provides razor-sharp analysis of the global regulatory developments and industry initiatives surrounding the transformation of the healthcare industry into the online and mobile world, and the issues and challenges this seismic shift brings.
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 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 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.
Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network
The Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network’s Digital Health and Wellbeing Ecosystem brings together representatives from health and social care, academia, industry, voluntary sector and patient organisations to increase digital health technology uptake and in turn enhance patient care.
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