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NHS ENGLAND INVESTS IN LARGE SCALE HEALTH AND RECORD SHARING NHS England has invited regional health and care collaborative communities to bid for national investment to develop shared health and care records.

The LHCRE programme is intended to advance large scale information sharing across a geography of a 2-5 million population area. Each regional LHCRE will be expected to build on existing local work on shared records to further develop joined up

regional health and care information reference sites, focused on improving direct patient care. The aims of the LHCRE programme are to support direct patient care then extend to integrating health and care and improving care co-ordination. This will provide a foundation for future health analytics and population health management and while also enabling patient engagement and activation.

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An electronic health record (EHR) built by Leeds Teaching Hospitals, which connects over 35 IT systems across health and social care, has created an integrated care record for 2.8 million patients. Leeds is one of three NHS trust which have built their own EHR rather than procuring one. Developed over 15 years, the EHR is improving efficiency and safety enabling clinical and care staff to provide personalised, place based care more quickly and effectively. The system, known as PPM+, has been designed from the outset

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DIGITAL CHAMPIONS ARE NEEDED TO BREAK DOWN NHS BARRIERS Deploying new technology in the NHS is a challenge that must be overcome to ensure that the system harnesses all the benefits that innovation can bring for patient care. This is the view of Professor Mike Hannay, Managing Director of the East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) and Chair of the national AHSN Network, who will be addressing this issue in a debate at the Digital Healthcare Show. He says the key to introducing innovation is to present the technical evidence in a clear and simple way that engages clinicians, financial managers and commissioners.

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Healthcare organisations can bid to become one of five new Local Health and Care Record Exemplars (LHCRE) and receive funding of up to 7.5m over 2 years, to be locally match funded. Three areas will be chosen for Digital Innovation Hub status.

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Then champions are needed at all levels of the system to ensure the innovation rolls out and embeds at the clinical coalface. Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships have a role to play in breaking down the current system of siloed budgeting to tackle challenges such as spending a bit more money introducing a new technology into primary care in order to save a fortune in secondary care. Richard Corbridge, CIO, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

by clinicians, with much of the functionality designed from the clinical point of view, says Richard Corbridge, the trust’s Chief Digital and Information Officer. The system enables hospital staff to scan 26,000 barcodes on patient’s beds, in rooms, on prescribed drugs, and tests, and

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Local AHSNs are playing a key role in evaluating new technologies like this, generating the evidence that will convince NHS Improvement and commissioners that they are effective and making sure that deployment will comply with local and national policies and procedures. Once a new technology has been proven at this local level, the AHSN Network aims to roll it out nationally. “We are working with challenging financial pressures in the NHS at the moment and we are doing a great job of becoming ever more efficient. However we have to continue to find new ways of doing things and digital technologies are an absolutely vital part that future,” says Professor Hannay. Mike Hannay will presenting a session at the Digital Healthcare Show on 28th June at ExCeL London. Secure your complimentary pass to attend the largest health transformation programme in the UK. Register via www. digitalhealthshow.co.uk/newspaper or call 0207 013 4997.

“Digital health means living on the edge. An interface between the old and new, between large IT transformation and more specialised innovation; between conventional and digital interactions, between complex supply and demand ecosystems. This is an interface full of vibrant - global - expectations for improved clinical, operational and financial outcomes. Yet, in many cases, robust application, evidence of impact and scaling are still maturing. This years’ show hopes to capture this plurality, this explosion of potential, the growing proof of value but also the challenges that remain ahead. I invite you to make the most of these stimulating two days. To learn and share, to endorse and challenge. To be part of a global, humanist movement for healthcare transformation. I do hope you enjoy the show and shall be looking forward to meeting you.” Lawrence’s top 6 sessions not to be missed: 1. Digital Transformation: Opportunities and Priorities, Dr Simon Eccles Chief Clinical Information Officer NHS England 2. Digital Diabetes; scalable interventions for population level diabetes care and patient support, panel 3. Tim Kelsey, CEO, Australian Digital Health Agency interviewed by Roy Lilley, Health Policy Analyst, Writer, Broadcaster and Commentator on the NHS

Dr Lawrence Petalidis, Head of Innovation and Impact, CW+

4. David and Goliath: Combining large-scale transformation with digital health innovation, panel chaired by Juliet Bauer Chief Digital Officer NHS England 5. The Leeds Digital Way, panel 6. Data sharing, integration and interoperability, Will Smart Chief Information Officer for Health and Social Care NHS England

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There is also a need to carefully introduce digital technologies into clinical pathways which can be very disruptive. For example the East Midlands AHSN has been supporting a programme that is introducing 3D cameras to assess diabetic foot ulcer wounds in primary care which means routine assessment and management of foot ulcers can be done in the community with all the data transmitted back to the hospital. This means introducing new infrastructure into primary care and redesigning the whole referral system.

Chair of the Advisory Board, Lawrence Petalidis has helped shape the 2018 conference programme and will also be presenting the session: Supporting digital health innovation: Progress and learnings from Chelsea and Westminster NHS and it’s Charity CW+

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LHCREs will be required to support four core uses of data: • Direct care - access an individual’s integrated care record and care being delivered in other NHS and partner organisations. • Direct Care – precision medicine, case finding and care management.

Dr Simon Eccles, Chief Clinical Information Officer, NHS England

• Intelligence – provider performance, payment, regulation and service evaluation.

• Intelligence – commissioning for service planning and providing the ability to view data gathered from multiple providers at a whole population level.

Dr Simon Eccles, NHS England Chief Clinical Information Officer, who will be speaking at the Digital Healthcare Show says: “The safe and effective sharing of information between all the organisations caring for someone, within all the correct rules and guidance, will make care far more efficient and less frustrating. Indeed, sometimes it can be lifesaving if it speeds up diagnosis or stops the wrong treatment being given to a patient. “A number of areas are already doing this. Through Local Health and Care Record Exemplars we want to raise the bar and build on this local work, to improve people’s direct care through technology.” Dr Eccles will be giving a presentation on NIB perspective on digital transformation at the Digital Healthcare Show on 27th June at ExCeL London. Secure your complimentary pass to hear him and a whole range of digital health care pioneers speak at the conference by registering via www. digitalhealthcareshow.co.uk/newspaper.

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DIY ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS HELPING TO TREAT 2.8M PATIENTS Continued from page 1

Clinical coding is done from within the EHR and PACS is embedded in the system. A mobile app with proximity capability enables clinicians to pinpoint exactly where their patients are located. All 102 GP practices across the city can access a virtual ward where they can see information about their patients when they are in the acute hospital. They can request and receive test results from within the EHR and receive discharge letters. The system can also be accessed by community and mental health staff. Later this year a person held record will go live, enabling patients to access some of the information in their EHR, add information and communicate securely with their clinician. The digital team has created a digital vision for the trust, known as the Leeds Digital Way, based on the culture of the trust defined by a staff engagement programme using crowdsourcing technology.

“There is a digital fabric over everything we do and the three CCIOs who work in the trust have pushed clinical engagement right to the forefront. So whenever any changes are needed they are based on the input of the clinicians rather than on IT or commercial decisions,” says Mr Corbridge. Richard Corbridge will be giving a presentation on the Leeds Digital Way at the Digital Healthcare Show on 27th June at ExCeL London. Secure your complimentary pass to hear him and a whole range of digital health care pioneers speak at the conference by registering via www. digitalhealthcareshow.co.uk/newspaper.

AI: THE ART OF THE POSSIBLE Artificial intelligence (AI) has huge potential to help the NHS become more efficient and deliver service transformation and better outcomes for patients. But there are a number of barriers currently obstructing implementation of the new technology. This is the conclusion of a report, Thinking on its own: AI in the NHS, by the think tank Reform. It says AI could be used to: support the delivery of the NHS’s Five Year Forward View; improve health and wellbeing by predicting which individuals or groups are at risk of illness; reduce the care and quality gap by giving health professionals and patient’s access to diagnostics and treatment tailored to individual need and improve efficiency by automating tasks. Eleonora Harwich, Head of Digital and Technological Innovation, Reform, a co-author of the report, says one of the key challenges for the NHS will be to improve the infrastructure for collecting, sharing and accessing data. It will be important to collect the right type of data in the right format, increase data quality and ensure that it can be securely accessed. Data standards will have to be uniform across the NHS and AI algorithms must be accurate and fair.

it is being introduced in a piecemeal way. It has a lot of potential but is not a magic wand. If you apply AI to the wrong question it won’t make sense or solve a particular medical issue. There are engineers thinking up solutions for problems that they might not understand because they have no clinical or patient engagement, so there’s still a massive human element in all of this. It’s a very exciting but it is a complex field.”

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Eleonora Harwich, Head of Digital and Technological Innovation, Reform

Eleonora Harwich will be a panelist in a debate on AI at the Digital Healthcare Show on 27th June at ExCeL London. The public safety and ethical concerns of both patients and Secure your complimentary pass to attend the largest health transformation programme intool the UK. Register via www. Management healthcare professionals relating to the sharing Patient’s of data and thePathway digitalhealthshow.co.uk/newspaper or call 0207 013 4997. use of AI in the NHS will have to be addressed by healthcare

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Infrastructure and Data Security Kevin Jarrold, CIO, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

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Common challenges, legal barriers and other impediments to successful integration and interoperability with digital health systems Anthony Nagle, Partners, Browne Jacobson LLP Paula Dumbill, Partners, Browne Jacobson LLP

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The Leeds Digital Way Richard Corbridge, CIO, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Dylan Roberts, Chief Digital and Information Officer, Leeds City Council and the NHS Leeds CCG Jason Broch, Assistant Chair, NHS Leeds CCG

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How digital advances can improve mental health outcomes James Reed, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist & Chief Clinical Information Officer, Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust Sarah Hughes, Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health Mark Hancock, Medical Director, Caldicott Guardian, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

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Infrastructure and Data Security Richard Corbridge, CIO, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

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Opening and welcome to Digital Healthcare 2018 by Will Smart, Chief Information Officer for Health and Social Care, NHS England Digital Transformation: Opportunities and Priorities Dr Simon Eccles, Chief Clinical Information Officer, NHS England The Care Integrated Digital Record tale: enabling information sharing across health and social care in Camden Hasib Aftab, Assistant Director of IT & Systems, NHS Camden Clinical Commissioning Group My role in changing the face of health and care Andy Kinnear, CIO, South Central and West Commissioning Support Unit James Freed, Chief Information Officer, Health Education England Session sponsored by Darktrace How will Artificial Intelligence in healthcare will impact patient outcomes in the future? Dominic Cushnan, Social & Digital Transformation, NHS Horizons Delivering the strategy and pulling the pieces together Will Smart, Chief Information Officer for Health and Social Care, NHS England Demand management from care homes: a £1bn opportunity for NHS England Bryan McGuinn, Group Healthcare Marketing Director, Tunstall Healthcare Why IT doesn’t matter Stephen Docherty, CIO, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Chair, London CIO Council Enhancing care with digital patient records Roger Long, Programme Manager, Luton & Dunstable University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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Roy Lilley interviews Tim Kelsey, Chief Executive of the Australian Digital Health Agency

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Digital Diabetes; scalable interventions for population level diabetes care and patient support Tony Willis, GP and Clinical Director for Diabetes, North West London Collaboration of CCGs Grace Vanterpool, Consultant Nurse in Diabetes, Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust & Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust Dr Debbie Wake, Clinical Reader, University of Edinburgh, NHS Diabetes Consultant, CEO, MyWay Digital Health

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Empowering patients through digital tools and services Juliet Bauer, Chief Digital Officer, NHS England

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Digital Strategy for Connected Health and Care Mike Badham, Solutions Architect – UK Healthcare & Local Government, Cisco

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Systemwide patient records Dr Masood Nazir, National Clinical Lead, Primary Care Digital Transformation Ciaron Hoye, CIO, Birmingham and Solihull CCG Wolfgang Lippert, Senior Director for Healthcare & Life Sciences in EMEA, Salesforce Stephen Docherty, Chief Information Officer, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Will Smart, Chief Information Officer for Health and Social Care, NHS England Luke Redman, CIO, East London Health and Care Partnership

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Developing a Digitally enabled workforce Professor Maureen Baker, CBE FRCGP, Chair, Professional Record Standards Body James Freed, Chief Information Officer, Health Education England Helen Balsdon, Assistant Director of Nursing (Informatics), Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Ian Turner, Chair, Registered Nursing Home Association, Owner & Managing Director, The Partnership in Care Ltd Professor Wendy Dearing, Head of Workforce and Organisational Development, National Wales Informatics Service (NWIS)

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Developing a digital integration ecosystem Nigel Whapshott, Head of Creative, Digital and Marketing

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Supporting digital health innovation: Progress and learnings from Chelsea and Westminster NHS and it’s Charity CW+ Dr Lawrence Petalidis, Head of Innovation and Impact, CW+

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Hiring in healthcare: indeed’s diagnosis of industry trends shaping recruitment Robert Williams

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Putting data to work: how can we use national data to support the transformation of patient care and improved health outcomes? Matt Neligan, Director of Data Transformation and Operations, NHS Digital

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David and Goliath: Combining large-scale transformation with digital health innovation Juliet Bauer, Chief Digital Officer, NHS England Dr Lawrence Petalidis, Head of Innovation and Impact, CW+ Warwick Hill, CEO, Microsoft for Startups Cindy Fedell, Director of Informatics, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Dr Roger Chinn, Deputy Medical Director and CCIO, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Justin Whatling, Vice President, Population Health, Cerner

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Digital Medicines Management: A case study on how EPMA is helping transform patient safety at St. Helens & Knowsley Hospitals Francis Andrews, Assistant Medical Director & EPMA Project Chairman, St. Helens & Knowsley Hospitals

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European Voices Joan Cornet, Director, European Connected Health Alliance Maria O’ Loughlin, Advisor, eHealth Ireland Dr Madis Tiik, Senior Advisor, Sitra

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Connecting health and care – the digital opportunity Richard Farrell-Smith, Group Product Marketing Director, Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd

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A hospital perspective – the cyber-security challenge of connected medical devices Kathy Lanceley, Joint IT Director, Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

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Developing and spreading digital innovations for improved patient outcomes Professor Mike Hannay, Managing Director, East Midlands Academic health Science Network (EMAHSN), Chair of the AHSN Network

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TRANSFORMATION IN YOUR ORGANISATION DIGITAL THEATRE 3 WEDNESDAY 27 JUNE 2018

THURSDAY 28 JUNE 2018

09:50 10:45

AI: The art of the possible in health and social care Dominic Cushnan, Social & Digital Transformation, NHS Horizons Eleonora Harwich, Head of Digital and Technological Innovation, Reform Tony Newman-Sanders, National Clinical Director for Diagnostics, NHS England Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network Susan Kennedy, Educationalist and Project Lead Digital Literacy, Technology Enhanced Learning, Health Education England Professor Adrian Hopgood, Professor of Intelligent Systems, Director of Future & Emerging Technologies, University of Portsmouth

11:00 11:30

The quest for quality in care homes: falls prevention Rhona Radley, Senior Service Improvement Manager, NHS Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group

11:45 12:45

What next for Integrated Care? Russ Charlesworth, Director of Healthcare & Social Care, SOCITM Barney Smith, Founder and Executive Chair, Perform Green Andy Kinnear, CIO, South Central and West Commissioning Support Unit Mark Allen, Head of Strategic Commissioning, Hampshire County Council Peter Begley, Programme Manager at Initiatives in Care Ann Williams, Commissioning and Contract Manager, Liverpool City Council

13:45 14:30

The use of Digital Technology in Primary Care – Improving Access for Patients Dr Phil Koczan, FRCGP, MSc. GP and CCIO, Professional Record Standards Body Dr Talac Mahmud, GP, Firstcare Practice Dr Tony Willis, GP and Clinical Director for Diabetes, North West London Collaboration of CCGs Dr Masood Nazir, National Clinical Lead, Primary Care Digital Transformation Dr Damian Williams, GP, Hall Green Health, Clinical Lead, Birmingham CrossCity CCG, Digital Clinical Champion, NHS England

13:45 14:30

15:30 16:00

Designing Healthcare User Experience: Improving Existing and Commissioning New Digital Solutions Dr Gyles Morrison, MBBS, Clinical UX Specialist, Dr-Hyphen

15:30 16:00

09:50 10:30

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14:45 15:15

Deploying new technology in the NHS Paul Rice, Head of Technology Strategy, Digital Health team, NHS England Rishi Das-Gupta, Director of Innovation, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Professor Mike Hannay, Managing Director, East Midlands Academic health Science Network (EMAHSN), Chair, AHSN Network Professor Tricia Greenhalgh, Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, Nuffield Department of Primary Health Care Dr David Parry, CEO, SEHTA Myths of digital transformation Nathan Baranowski, Director, ojo solutions Cath Murray-Howard, Director of Strategy and Business Development, The Disabilities Trust Using new technology in treating children Dr Shankar Sridharan, CCIO, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust Data Gravity in health – from the germ of an idea into outcomes that truly transform health and care Douglas Orr, CEO, Novastone John Godwin, Director of Compliance & IA, UKCloud Transformation through data - how better use of data can drive improved health Professor John Newton, Director of Health Improvement, Public Health England Dylan Roberts, Chief Digital and Information Officer, City of Leeds Ben Bridgewater, CEO, Health Innovation Manchester Daniel Ray, Director of Data, NHS Digital Richard Samuel, Sustainability and Transformation Lead, Hampshire and Isle of Wight STP Informed Consent – how do we support clinicians to empower patients? Ben Thomas, Consultant Physician and Nephrologist Assistant Medical Director: Law and Ethics, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Jonathan Webb, Head of Safety & Learning, Welsh Risk Pool Transformative Programme for heart failure across acute and primary settings Sadia Khan, Consultant Cardiologist, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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THURSDAY 28 JUNE 2018 09:45 - 10:05 Service Transformation - Putting People First Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, TSA

10:00 10:20

Opening Welcome Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, TSA

10:20 10:50

Digital voice transformation update Gordon Cannon, Head of All IP Migration, BT

12:30 13:00

Telecare at scale: enabling a preventative approach Loraine Simpson, Head of Technology Enabled Care and Support Services, Progress Housing Group

13:45 14:15

Re-imagining Access to Care Tony Dawkins, Telecare and Assistive Technology Consultant, DAWKINS ASSOCIATES LIMITED Michelle Oliver-Lockwood, Service Manager, London Borough of Lewisham

14:30 15:00

Regulation and standards for technology enabled care Paul Burstow, Chair, TEC Quality Laura Rice, Wightcare and Interim CES Manager, Isle of Wight Council

09:45 10:45

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How can I implement digital innovations in my NHS organisation? Jenny Thomas, Programme Director, DigitalHealth.London Accelerator

16:30 16:45

TSA Closing remarks Paul Burstow, Chair, TEC Quality

DIGITAL THEME KEY:

DIGITAL INNOVATION

INFRASTRUCTURE AND DATA SECURITY

11:00 11:30 13:30 14:00 14:10 14:40

10:05 - 10:25 Driving sustainable technology-enabled change; 5 essential steps Steve Carefull, Director, PA Consulting Group 10:25 - 10:45 Assistive Technology Service Delivery – The importance of Outcomes and Stakeholder Engagement Rupert Lawrence, Head of Worcestershire Telecare, Worcestershire Telecare Limited Insights and learnings on how to integrate digital into CAMHS clinical pathways Richard Andrews, Founder, Chairman and CEO, Healios Ltd Raising the bar on health apps Liz Ashall Payne, CEO and Founder, Orcha Developing NHS frameworks for a Digital Future Stephen Dunkerley, Associate Director, London Procurement Partnership

14:50 15:20

New arrangements for monitoring organisations and 999 fire calls and how appropriate training can support you to achieve the desired outcomes Chris Lloyd-Williams, FSR Policy and Performance Group, London Fire Brigade Gillian Austin, Associate - Education and Training, TSA

15:20 15:45

TSA Closing remarks Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, TSA

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THURSDAY 28 JUNE 2018

Integrated Care Systems one year on…..what’s different? Session Facilitator Rob Whiteman FCPFA, Chief Executive, CIPFA, Chair, North East London STP Dr Cathy Winfield, Lead, West Berkshire ICS, Chief Officer, West CCG 09:50 Berkshire Mark England, Chief of Staff and Managing Director, Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton (BLMK) ICS 11:05 Keynes Dr Karen Kirkham MBBS DRCOG, ICS Clinical lead, Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group Matthew Tait, Joint Accountable Officer, Surrey Heartlands CCGs Dr Ned Naylor, Deputy Director, System Transformation Group, NHS England Haseeb Ahmad, UK Country President, Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd

Creating Strong Primary Care at the Heart of Integrated Care Systems Session Facilitator Dr James Kingsland, President, GP, National Association of Primary Care Dr Ned Naylor, Deputy Director, System Transformation Group, NHS England Dr Nina Pearson MB BS, MRCGP, Dip Adv Therapeutics, DRCOG, Clinical Chair, Luton CCG, GP Lead, Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes ICS 09:50 Dr Martin Thornton, Clinical Lead and Director, Fedbucks (GP Federation partner Bucks ICS) 11:05 Dr Karen Kirkham MBBS DRCOG, ICS Clinical Lead, Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group Stuart Jenkins, Clinical Director - Primary Care, Waitemata & Auckland District Health Board, Takapuna, Auckland Andy Mullins, Integrated Care System Lead, National Association of Primary Care and Open Crossings Ltd Fiona Bride, Head of Market Access Strategy, Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd

Building the Relationships to Underpin Rapid Transformation Session Facilitator Professor Mike Hannay, Managing Director, East Midlands AHSN David Pearson CBE, Corporate Director for Adult Social Care and Health, Nottinghamshire County Council, STP Lead, The Nottingham and Nottinghamshire STP Atkinson, Director of Adult Social Care and Director of Public Health, Surrey County 11:20 Helen Council Ann Wagner, Director of Strategy and Improvement, Torbay and South Devon NHS 12:35 Foundation Trust (Integrated Care Organisation) Dr Sonja Manton, Director of Strategy, NEW Devon and South Devon and Torbay CCGs Mark England, Chief of Staff and Managing Director, Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) ICS Gerard Hanratty, Partner, Browne Jacobson Solicitors LLP Haseeb Ahmad, UK Country President, Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd

13:00 13:30

The Legal Levers to Create an Integrated Care System within an STP Sir Neil McKay, Independent Chair, Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent STP and Hampshire and Isle of Wight STP, former Chief Executive, East of England Strategic Health Authority Gerard Hanratty, Partner, Browne Jacobson Solicitors LLP

Overcoming Legal and Governance Barriers to Creating Integrated Care Systems Session Facilitator Rob Whiteman FCPFA, Chief Executive, CIPFA, Chair, North East London STP CHAIR Neil McKay, Independent Chair, Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent STP and Hampshire 13:45 Sir and Isle of Wight STP, former Chief Executive, East of England Strategic Health Authority O’Connor, Chief Operating Officer, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care 15:00 Nicky Partnership Matthew Tait, Joint Accountable Officer, Surrey Heartlands CCGs Gerard Hanratty, Partner, Browne Jacobson Solicitors LLP Richard Samuel, Lead, Hampshire and Isle of Wight STP Rebecca Weston, UK & Ireland Legal Director, Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd How to Succeed in Public Engagement Session Facilitator The Rt. Hon Stephen Dorrell, Chairman, LaingBuisson Pauline Malins, Head of Engagement and Communications, Dorset CCG Frances Aviss, Engagement and Consultation Lead, Dorset CCG 15:30 Julie Clayton, Head of Communications and Engagement, North Cumbria CCG, Communications Lead, North Cumbria Health and Care System 16:45 Rich Stockley, Head of Research and Engagement, Surrey Heartlands STP Ranjeet Kaile, Director of Communications and Stakeholder Engagement, South West London and St George’s Mental Health Trust Roger Davidson, Director of Engagement and Communications for Health System Transformation, NHS England Mark Toms, Medical Director & Chief Scientific Officer, Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd

Achieving Financial Sustainability across Health and Care Systems Session Facilitator Tara Donnelly, Chief Executive, Health Innovation Network 11:20 Matthew Swindells, National Director: Operations & Information, NHS England 12:35 Rebecca Clegg FCCA, Acting Chief Finance Officer, Berkshire West CCGs Charles Welbourn, Chief Finance Officer, North Cumbria CCG Herbert Fillmore, Sr. Dir. Innovations in Value Based Care, 3M Fiona Bride, Head of Market Access Strategy, Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd The Evolution of CCGs in the new NHS Landscape Session Facilitator Dr Graham Jackson, Co-Chair, NHS Clinical Commissioners, Clinical Lead, Buckinghamshire ICS Paul Maubach, Chief Executive Officer, Dudley and Walsall CCG 13:30 Louise Patten, Chief Officer, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire CCGs 14:45 Gill Quinton, Executive Director, Communities, Health and Adult Social Care, Buckinghamshire County Council Steven Pleasant MBE, Chief Executive, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council, Accountable Officer, Tameside and Glossop CCG Gerard Hanratty, Partner, Browne Jacobson Solicitors LLP Fiona Bride, Head of Market Access Strategy, Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd How to Graduate from an STP to a High-Performing Integrated Care System? Session Facilitator Shirlene Oh, Director of Commerce, Innovation and Capability Development, Imperial College Health Partnership Amy Galea, Deputy Director, Strategy Group, NHS England 15:00 Dr Stephen Shortt, Implementation Lead, Greater Nottingham ACS, Clinical Chair, Rushcliffe CCG 16:15 Dr Claire Fuller, Senior Responsible Officer, Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership, Clinical Chair, Surrey Downs CCG Louise Patten, Chief Officer, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire CCGs Gill Quinton, Executive Director, Communities, Health and Adult Social Care, Buckinghamshire County Council Fiona Bride, Head of Market Access Strategy, Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd

KEYNOTE THEATRE WEDNESDAY 27 JUNE 2018 11:10 11:40

The Virtual Hospital care pathway: Transformation and a new vision for NHS planned care services Dr Bahman Nedjat-Shokouhi, Managing Director, Medefer Ltd Dr Sinead Clarke, Clinical Director for Performance, IT, Finance, Cancer and End of Life care, South Cheshire and Vale Royal CCGs

13:40 14:10

Winter Pressures: How do we up our game for 2018/19? Dr Tajek Hassan, President, Royal College of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine Consultant, Leeds General Infirmary Michael Steel, CEO, Greenbrook Healthcare

15:00 15:50

Maximising Efficency in the NHS: 100 weeks to save £20+ billion….can we do it? Sir Robert Naylor, National Advisor NHS Property & Estates, Robert Naylor Consulting LTD Professor Tim Briggs, Chair, GIRFT Programme, National Director of Clinical Quality and Efficiency, NHS Improvement Professor Matthew Cripps, National Director, NHS RightCare Mario Varela, Managing Director, NHS London Procurement Partnership

THURSDAY 28 JUNE 2018 10:20 Keynote Address 10:50 Matthew Swindells, National Director: Operations & Information, NHS England 13:25 13:55

Why is digital health not based on evidence? Dr Philip Scott, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems & Professor of Computer Science, University of Portsmouth Prof Harold Thimbleby, See Change Fellow in Digital Health, Swansea University

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with... 60 seconds We asked our 2018 speakers what inspires and challenges them James Freed, Chief Information Officer, Health Education England

Dr Gyles Morrison, MBBS, Clinical UX Specialist, Dr-Hyphen

Helen Balsdon, Assistant Director of Nursing, Informatics & End of Life Care

If there was one piece of advice you could give our delegates for the next 12 months, what would it be?

If there was one piece of advice you could give our delegates for the next 12 months, what would it be?

Professionally, what inspires you? What do you enjoy most about your job?

Focus on culture and staff development. Create a happy fun environment with a clear direction and enable all of your staff to bring their whole selves to work and link each and every one to the staff and patient needs they help to meet.

Share with others; what you have learned, what you are working on, what is stressing you out. Share.

The nurses that I work with! They have embraced our eHospital programme and are now our digital care experts!

Professionally, what inspires you? I love to learn and make connections with people who can give me a new perspective. I also love to help others learn. What do you see as the biggest challenge for the sector in the next 12 months? How to balance the urgency of increasing demand and reducing budget whilst thinking strategically. Why is it important that delegates come to your talk? Attending a conference is a luxury many in our industry don’t have. I hope to make sure delegates get practical insights into what they can do to make the most of their most valuable asset – their teams. What are you looking forward to the most at Digital Healthcare? Learning! James Freed will be presenting a session at the Digital Healthcare Show on 27th June 2018 at ExCeL London.

Professor Tricia Greenhalgh, Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, Nuffield Department of Primary Health Care If there was one piece of advice you could give our delegates for the next 12 months, what would it be? Don’t focus on the technology, think about the socio-technical system (with your index technology as one node in that wider, dynamic system). Professionally, what inspires you? Ideas. And the freedom (sometimes) to pursue them. What do you see as the biggest challenge for the sector in the next 12 months? The mismatch between policy expectations and what can actually be achieved. It was ever thus. Why is it important that delegates come to your talk? I hope this session will be fun, refreshing and inspire new thinking.

It is important for your personal life as well as in business as everything is about making ourselves and/or others happier. To do that we have to solve a problem, no matter how big or small it is; selling a product, getting investment, going on holiday with the family. We all have problems, we all have solutions, by sharing we help reduce those problems and increase the solutions. Professionally, what inspires you? What do you enjoy most about your job? I love to see people happier. It is one of the reasons I love to teach about healthcare UX because all my students learn something and feel inspired or empowered, which is exactly what happened to me when my eyes opened to the wonderful world of UX.

Professor Tricia Greenhalgh will be presenting ‘Deploying new technology in the NHS’ at the Digital Healthcare Show on 28th June 2018 at ExCeL.

Continuing to move the digital health care agenda forward in a cost constrained economy! Clinical leadership is crucial to make this happen in a planned and effective way. What are you looking forward to the most at Digital Healthcare? Networking. It is always fabulous to see and talk about how we can improve patient care using technology as an enabler and there is always something to learn from others! Helen Balsdon will be presenting ‘Developing a Digitally enabled workforce’ at the Digital Healthcare Show on 27th June 2018 at ExCeL.

What do you see as the biggest challenge for the sector in the next 12 months? Overcoming the significant lack of meaningful UX work within the healthcare sector. This has always been a problem, but there are more digital health projects now than ever before, so the problem is only getting worse. Companies know they need great UX resources, but too little time and money is invested, or worse, it is wasted on the wrong type of resource at the wrong time. A proper understanding of UX will change this however, including getting UX professionals working on projects from the outset, not just tacked on the end of a project. Why is it important that delegates come to your talk? If you are working on a new or existing digital health project and want to ensure people have a great user experience, my talk will give you many gems of advice and guidance. The talk will be of particular benefit for those who are new or only briefly familiar with UX. What are you looking forward to the most at Digital Healthcare? Networking with delegates and fellow speakers. There are so many exciting projects happening with incredible people and I will get to meet them at the conference.

Dr Gyles Morrison will be presenting ‘Designing Healthcare User Experience: Improving Existing and Commissioning New Digital Solutions’ at the Digital Healthcare Show on 27th June 2018 at ExCeL.

Eleonora Harwich, Head of Digital and Tech Innovation, REFORM If there was one piece of advice you could give our delegates for the next 12 months, what would it be? Be discerning, don’t fall for the hype around certain healthcare technologies. The projects that will have most impact will probably: take time to implement, there will be loads of preprocessing work to be done before you get to the sexy snazzy stuff, they won’t be sold as a panacea or easy to implement solution. Professionally, what inspires you? What inspires me is the idea of being helpful and useful to others. It’s why I decided to work in policy. What I enjoy the most about my job is when project I’ve worked on has helped policy makers or other stakeholders to shape their thinking or as a point of reference. This is really my personal holy grail. What do you see as the biggest challenge for the sector in the next 12 months? Creating the right infrastructure to innovate whilst making sure that money isn’t wasted on gimmicky tech. What are you looking forward to the most at Digital Healthcare?

What are you looking forward to the most at Digital Healthcare? The networking.

What do you see as the biggest challenge for the sector in the next 12 months?

Getting to hear a variety of perspectives and learn.

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Eleonora Harwich will be presenting in a panel debate ‘AI: The art of the possible in health and social care’ at The Digital Healthcare Show on 27th June.

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MEET OUR 2018 CHAIRPERSON AND SPEAKER LINE-UP Dr Simon Eccles, Chief Clinical Information Officer, NHS England

Will Smart, Chief Information Officer for Health and Social Care, NHS England

Tim Kelsey, Chief Executive, Australian Digital Health Agency

Professor Maureen Baker, CBE FRCGP, Chair, Professional Record Standards Body

Richard Corbridge, CIO, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Roger Chinn, Deputy Medical Director and CCIO, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Helen Balsdon, Assistant Director of Nursing (Informatics), Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Barney Smith, Founder and Executive Chair, Perform Green

Stephen Docherty, Chief Information Officer, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Cindy Fedell, Director of Informatics, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dylan Roberts, Chief Digital and Information Officer, City of Leeds

Kevin Jarrold, Joint Chief Information Officer, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Paul Rice, Head of Technology Strategy, NHS England

Professor Tricia Greenhalgh, Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, Nuffield Department of Primary Health Care

Warwick Hill, CEO, Microsoft Accelerator

Dr David Parry, CEO, SEHTA

Dr Talac Mahmud, GP, Firstcare Practice

Phillip Scott, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems at the University of Portsmouth, Vice Chair (events) for BCS Health & Care

Dominic Cushnan, Social & Digital Transformation, NHS Horizons

Dr Masood Nazir, Professor Wendy Dearing, National Clinical Lead, Head of Workforce and Primary Care Digital Organisational Development, National Wales Informatics Transformation Service (NWIS)

Cleveland Henry, Dr Lawrence Petalidis, Russ Charlesworth, Programme Director Head of Innovation Director of Healthcare Innovations, Digital Futures & Social Care, SOCITM and Impact, CW+ & Digital Collaboration Service, NHS Digital

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MY HEALTH RECORD CHAMPION TO SPEAK AT DIGITAL HEALTHCARE Tim Kelsey, chief executive of the new Australian Digital Health Agency (former digital lead for the NHS), will go head-to-head with Roy Lilley, Health Policy Analyst, Writer, Broadcaster and Commentator on the NHS during an interview at The Digital Healthcare Show.

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Tim Kelsey championed the digitalisation of the NHS before moving to Australia where he has transformed patient records and now every citizen who wants one, can have their own personal health record. Roy Lilley will be interviewing Tim at The Digital Healthcare Show on 28th June at ExCeL London, just a month after the controversial opt-out announcement in Australia. Delegates can hear first-hand, how the healthcare system in Australia has been completely transformed, the challenges faced and more importantly the solutions! To watch the interview at The Digital Healthcare Show secure your complimentary pass to attend the largest health transformation programme in the UK. Register via www. digitalhealthcare.co.uk/newspaper or call 0207 013 4997.

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