Digital health and care congress 2020

This content relates to the following topics:

The use of digital technology and data in health and care is already providing opportunities for improvements in the way services are delivered, and innovations like artificial intelligence (AI), and new technologies are being used to create new care models for the future. This event brings together health and care professionals, innovators, commissioners, researchers and policy makers interested in the current and future implementation of digital health in the NHS and other health and care systems. 

Join us to explore in-depth case studies with learning from real digital projects taking place in the health and care system. You'll hear from key people involved in digital health and care, and will take part in innovative sessions with new formats, designed to encourage great debate and discussion. Take advantage of the networking opportunities available over the two days including a bustling exhibition hall, breakfast sessions, and a drinks reception. 

See the full programme here >

Sponsorship and exhibition

Sponsorship and exhibition packages are likely to sell out for the Digital health and care congress 2020. We recommend you contact us as soon as possible. Are you a small-medium sized enterprise (SME)? Please email Chloe Smithers or call her  on 020 7307 2482 to find out more about our SME Zone.

Thumbnail

Thumbnail

Thumbnail

Speakers include:

Thumbnail

Matthew Gould

Chief Executive, NHSX

Thumbnail

Madeleine Starr MBE

Director of Business Development and Innovation, Carers UK

Thumbnail

Loubna Bouarfa

Chief Executive and Founder, OKRA Technologies, and EU AI high-level expert group member

Thumbnail

Lord David Prior

Chair, NHS England

Thumbnail

Ivan Beckley

Student doctor, Clinical Entrepreneur, NHS England

Thumbnail

Matt Edgar

Associate Director of Design and User Research, NHS Digital

Thumbnail

Ivana Bartoletti

Technical Director, Deloitte and Co-Founder, Women Leading in AI

Thumbnail

Dr Matt Wilson

Chief Executive and Founder, u-Med, and Clinical Entrepreneur Fellow, NHS England

Thumbnail

Helen Milner OBE

Chief Executive, Good Things Foundation

Thumbnail

Sukhmeet Panesar

Deputy Director, Strategy and Development, Data, Analysis and Intelligence Service, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Thumbnail

Dr Tara Sood

Consultant Emergency Medicine, Same Day Emergency Care Lead, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Thumbnail

Andrew Fenton

Programme Director, Thames Valley and Surrey, Local Health and Care Records Programme

Thumbnail

Dr Deborah Wake

Chief Executive, MyWay Digital Health, Clinical Reader, University of Edinburgh and NHS Diabetes Consultant

Thumbnail

Dr Chris Panos

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Glaucoma Service Lead, Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust

Thumbnail

Tom Stocker

Policy Manager, Innovation in Care, Care Quality Commission

Programme at a glance: Day one

Day 1: Wednesday 20 May 2020

Time

Stage: Inspire

Stage: Innovate

Stage: Accelerate

Stage: Collaborate

9.00–9.45am 
Breakfast session

More details to follow soon.

 Are you interested in sponsoring a session on this stage?  Find out more here.
10.00-10.15am
Welcome plenary

Key information you need for the day

   
10.15–11.00am



 
Digital insights

The King’s Fund digital policy findings
David Maguire
, Senior Policy Analyst, The King’s Fund
Matthew Honeyman, Policy Researcher, The King’s Fund 

Case study

Analysis of information flow between domiciliary care providers and health and social care in Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire County Council
 

Case study

Another way of listening: using technology to create a change movement
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust and ImproveWell
 

 
11.00–11.45am





 
Data saves lives

The Thames Valley and Surrey journey to create a digital ecosystem supporting health and care transformation
Andrew Fenton
, Programme Director, Thames Valley and Surrey, Local Health and Care Records Programme

Case study

Using technology to transform care for serving and ex-serving personnel 
King's Centre for Military Health Research


 

Case study

Engagement with adult social care providers
Norfolk County Council




 

 
11.45am–12.15pmRefreshment break, exhibition and networking
12.15–1.00pm








 
The importance of Artificial Intelligence for the digital health revolution 

Trustworthy AI for the digital health revolution 
Loubna Bouarfa, Chief Executive and Founder, OKRA Technologies, and EU AI high-level expert group member 

Case study

A longitudinal study quantifying how implementation of an electronic medical record influences care delivery
Alfred Health, Australia



 

Case study

Using AI to predict emergency admissions: making this a reality in the NHS
NHS Somerset CCG and Bering Limited





 

 
1.00–2.00pmLunch, exhibition and networking
2.00–2.45pm












 
People’s leadership for patient data

Patient data: taking matters in our hands
Dr Matt Wilson
, Chief Executive and Founder, u-Med, and Clinical Entrepreneur Fellow, NHS England
Madeleine Starr MBE, Director of Business Development and Innovation, Carers UK
Dr Deborah Wake, Chief Executive, MyWay Digital Health, Clinical Reader, University of Edinburgh and NHS Diabetes Consultant 

Case study

Using  a digitally enabled education and behaviour change programme to engage and improve health outcomes
Oviva  







 

Case study

Optimising antibiotic prescribing - the BRIT project experience
Public Health England and University of Manchester








 

 
2.45–3.30pm





 
Previous session continued

Case study

One Acute Network Rheumatology - developing a responsive, equitable, networked service for Dorset
Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch NHS Foundation Trust  

Case study

Using a hospital electronic health record system to improve the quality of care and case-finding for patients with COPD within an integrated care system
University College London Hospitals NHS Trust 
 

 
3.30–4.00pmRefreshment break, exhibition and networking
4.00–4.45pm









 
Trusting technology and safeguarding privacy

Making the case for inclusive technology
Ivana Bartoletti
, Technical Director, Deloitte and Co-Founder, Women Leading in AI  

The benefits of disruption
Tom Stocker, Policy Manager, Innovation in Care, Care Quality Commission  

Case study

Using remote video capsule technology to improve access to diagnostics across Scotland
Digital Health Institute 






 

Case study

Medway innovation Hub (MiH)
NHS Medway CCG, Medway Council and Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network 






 

Are you interested in sponsoring a session on this stage?  Find out more here.







 


4.45pm

Networking drinks reception
 


Thumbnail

Thumbnail

Thumbnail

Programme at a glance: Day two

Day two: Thursday 21 May 2020

Time

Stage: Inspire

Stage: Innovate

Stage: Accelerate

Stage: Collaborate

9.00–9.45am 
Breakfast session 

More details to follow soon.

 Are you interested in sponsoring a session on this stage?  Find out more here.
10.00-10.15am
Welcome plenary

Key information you need for the day

   
10.15–11.00am
National digital strategies for the NHS of the future

Deploying digital health services quickly and responsibly
Lord David Prior, Chair, NHS England 

People at the heart of digital delivery
Matt Edgar, Associate Director of Design and User Research, NHS Digital 

Case study

Data capture at the point of care make disabled children and young people’s needs visible
South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust

Case study

Smart Hearts: transforming the health failure care pathway
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and Health Innovation Manchester

 
11.00–11.45am
Social inclusion powered by digital

Making sure everyone benefits from digital
Helen Milner OBE, Chief Executive, Good Things Foundation
 

Case study

Good Thinking - London's digital mental wellbeing service
London Borough of Sutton and Healthy London Partnership

 

Case study

Share learning, move faster: an innovative project to speed up digital learning in the NHS
Health Innovation Network, South London Academic Health Science Network, hosted by Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

 
11.45am–12.15pmRefreshment break, exhibition and networking
12.15–1.00pm
Training doctors for the digital future

The new medic vision for the 21st century doctor
Ivan Beckley, Student doctor, Clinical Entrepreneur, NHS England 
 

Case study

Sunderland Well Connected Care Homes using NEWS2 digital technology 
NHS Sunderland CCG, South Tyneside and Sunderland Foundation Trust and North East and Cumbria Academic Health Sciences Network

Case study

The Tribe Project 
Bronze Software Labs Ltd




 

 
1.00–2.00pmLunch, exhibition and networking
2.00–2.45pm
Transforming delivery of services 

The digital clinician is already practising
Dr Chris Panos, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Glaucoma Service Lead, Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust 
Dr Tara Sood, Consultant Emergency Medicine, Same Day Emergency Care Lead, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Case study

The Early Years Dashboard: Improving child health and reducing inequality in north-west London
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups



 

Case study

How to achieve scale and spread in the NHS
NHS Innovation Accelerator





 

 
2.45–3.15pmRefreshment break, exhibition and networking
3.15–4.00pm
The role of getting collaboration right

Disruptive and/or supportive collaboration 
Sukhmeet Panesar, Deputy Director, Strategy and Development, Data, Analysis and Intelligence Service, NHS England and NHS Improvement 

Case study

Every Nurse an eNurse
Royal College of Nursing and Shuri Network



 

Case study

Combining predictive AI with proactive health coaching to identify and help high intensity users of urgent care
Nuffield Trust, Health Navigator and NHS Vale of York CCG

Are you interested in sponsoring a session on this stage?  Find out more here.
4.00–5.00pm
Closing plenary

Keynote speaker:
Matthew Gould, Chief Executive, NHSX

   

Event supporters

Thumbnail

Contact us

Sponsorship and exhibition

Email Chloe Smithers
or call 020 7307 2482

Programme enquiries

Booking enquiries

Email the team
or call 020 7307 2556