20th & 21st June 2018

Agenda


Event Agenda

08:00 - 08:35

Registration and Networking Reception

08:35 - 08:45

Alec Price-Forbes, Chief Clinical Information Officer
Alec Price-Forbes
Chief Clinical Information Officer
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust

Chair's Opening Remarks

08:45 - 09:05

Nick Hopkinson, Chief Information Officer
Nick Hopkinson
Chief Information Officer
Devon CCG and South Devon and Torbay CCG
John McCormick, Chief Clinical Information Officer
John McCormick
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Devon CCG and South Devon and Torbay CCG
OPENING KEYNOTE

The Journey To A Citizen Focused Accountable Care System A CIO/CCIO Perspective

The NHS Five Year Forward View called for greater integration of healthcare services for health and social care, and physical and mental health services with Sustainability and Transformation Plans (now Partnerships) as the vehicle to enable providers and commissioners to collaborate to achieve this. Accountable Care Systems are an evolved version of an STP working as a locally integrated health system to deliver faster improvements in quality and population health, but how does this evolution take place? What are the technical, structural and cultural challenges that need to be faced to build a service which is based around the individual and all their health and care needs. From the perspective of a Clinical and an Information Officer, Dr John McCormick and Nick Hopkinson will share their experience in working to deliver a digitally enabled ACS in Devon.

09:05 - 09:25

Colin Skoyles, Chief Information Officer
Colin Skoyles
Chief Information Officer
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS FT and Tameside and Glossop CCG
Peter Grace, Clinical Lead for Digital Health
Peter Grace
Clinical Lead for Digital Health
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS FT and Tameside and Glossop CCG

Digital Care - Delivering Digital Care into the Economy

The purpose of this initial scheme is to support the care of residents within both residential and nursing homes. A team of nurses operate out of our Digital Centre based at the hospital and provide clinical advice to carers and residents allowing the person to be treated remotely where this is clinically appropriate. This is enabled through the use of Skype for business, installation of Wi-Fi enabled tablets within care homes, observation equipment such as BP monitors, tympanic thermometers, oxygen saturation monitors and other simple diagnostic tests. It is supported through a standardised training programme to care homes. One of our aims is to reduce attendances to and admissions from the Emergency Department for residents of Care and Nursing Homes in Tameside and Glossop.

09:25 - 09:45

Solution Provider Case Study

09:45 - 10:05

Cindy Fedell, Director for Informatics
Cindy Fedell
Director for Informatics
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS FT

Transformation Through An Electronic Patient Record

Implementing an EPR is costly, takes a lot of time and is often thought to be very challenging to deliver. It is all of these things. We spend our efforts managing these challenges, but the heart of any implementation is the benefits. Properly preparing to realise benefits is not something we do well regardless of the type, which varies from patient safety to helping us work more efficiently. They can be complex and difficult to convert into a plan. How do we ensure maximum benefit, after we go live, whilst managing these challenges? Cindy will discuss what they did at Bradford Teaching Hospitals and what they have learned so far – the good and the bad.

10:10 - 10:30

Solution Provider Case Study - Stream 1/2/3

10:30 - 10:45

Coffee & Networking Break

Coffee & Networking Break

10:45 - 11:05

Solution Provider Case Study

11:05 - 11:25

Diarmaid Crean, Deputy Director, Digital
Diarmaid Crean
Deputy Director, Digital
Public Health England

How To Use Digital Innovative Partners At Scale In Public Health

Diarmaid Crean is an international digital leader and innovator in organisational transformation, product development, digital communications, marketing, branding and e-commerce. With 24 years of experience delivering change across both the public and private sectors, he is a passionate practitioner of User Centred Design.

Diarmaid will be exploring the new models of how Public Health England uses technology, whilst introducing flexibility and resilience that will allow them to adapt their public health practice, and improve outcomes. He will explain how these models can be used elsewhere in the NHS.

11:30 - 11:50

Solution Provider Case Study - Stream 1/2/3

11:55 - 12:15

Caroline Shaw, Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive
Caroline Shaw
Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

A&E Delivery Boards: A Catalyst for Transforming System Leadership and Performance

The health and social care economy in Nottingham has struggled to consistently achieve timely, urgent and emergency care for patients over a number of years, despite a relentless focus and determination to do so, and significant internal and external intervention.

This session will explore how the creation of A&E Delivery Boards have supported steady improvements in performance, system ownership of the 4-hour target and positive cultural changes that have further strengthened relationships between key partners and players across the health and social care economy.

The particular areas of focus will be the significance of leadership, cultural and behavioural change, performance management and metrics across a system, and the importance of clinical engagement and innovation to drive continuous improvement.

12:15 - 12:35

Solution Provider Case Study

12:40 - 13:35

Group 1 P2P Connect Speed Networking

Group 1 P2P Connect Speed Networking

12:40 - 13:35

Shiela Connolly, Head of Patient Environment
Shiela Connolly
Head of Patient Environment
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Group 2 - Group Discussion People’s Health and Wellbeing - Let's Discuss

2,087! That is the amount of hours the average full time employee will work in a year. A key factor to the pursuit of happiness is to enjoy where you work. A key factor to the pursuit of success is happiness.

The Royal Free London have the ultimate vision of making their Trust a great place to work! Sheila Connolly’s role involves improving the health and wellbeing of not only the patients, but the employees too. Ensuring the staff are happy and healthy will result in them being highly motivated which will enable them to provide world class expertise. Using testimonials and video examples, this interactive group discussion will look at what tools you can use to engage your employees and patients to understand their needs and the benefits that will come with it.

Group 2 - Group Discussion People’s Health and Wellbeing - Let's Discuss

13:35 - 14:35

Networking Lunch

Networking Lunch

14:40 - 15:35

Group 2 P2P Connect Speed Networking

Group 2 P2P Connect Speed Networking

14:40 - 15:35

Shiela Connolly, Head of Patient Environment
Shiela Connolly
Head of Patient Environment
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Group 1 - Group Discussion People’s Health and Wellbeing – Let’s Discuss

2,087! That is the amount of hours the average full time employee will work in a year. A key factor to the pursuit of happiness is to enjoy where you work. A key factor to the pursuit of success is happiness.

The Royal Free London have the ultimate vision of making their Trust a great place to work! Sheila Connolly’s role involves improving the health and wellbeing of not only the patients, but the employees too. Ensuring the staff are happy and healthy will result in them being highly motivated which will enable them to provide world class expertise. Using testimonials and video examples, this interactive group discussion will look at what tools you can use to engage your employees and patients to understand their needs and the benefits that will come with it.

Group 1 - Group Discussion People’s Health and Wellbeing – Let’s Discuss

15:45 - 16:30

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

16:30 - 16:50

Diane Jones, Director of Quality and Safety
Diane Jones
Director of Quality and Safety
NHS Brent, Harrow and Hillingdon CCG

STREAM ONE Effective Leadership And Good Governance: The Perfect Match

In this session, Diane will use examples in healthcare (clinical and non-clinical) to demonstrate how effective leadership is the way to support organisations through the challenging climate whilst being an under resourced NHS, with great expectations put upon it. Diane will show how the vehicle to support leadership is having good governance to assist leaders from one transitional state to another.

16:30 - 16:50

Angie Smithson, Deputy Chief Executive/ Integration Programme Director
Angie Smithson
Deputy Chief Executive/ Integration Programme Director
Aintree University Hospital NHS FT

STREAM TWO Transformational change through organisational merger

Three years ago over 200 senior doctors from Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (AUHFT) and The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust (RLBUHT), the two largest hospitals in Liverpool with a combined turnover in excess of £850 million, made the clinical case for the merger of the two organisations. Since then, this clinically led vision to deliver better quality and more cost effective care, has been developed with Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), the University of Liverpool, the two Trust Boards and other partners. Angie Smithson, Integration Director, will talk about the challenges and learning as the two organisations work towards merger.

16:55 - 17:15

Martin Ferrier, Chief Clinical Information Officer
Martin Ferrier
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS FT

Implementation Of Healthcare IT Systems

Martin is a Consultant Paediatrician, CCIO and Associate Medical Director at Wrightington Wigan and Leigh NHS Trust. 10 years ago, Mark was appointed Associate Medical Director
in order to look at mortality. The work took him to places Paediatricians are rarely found. The work became about patient safety and improving outcomes for patients. Making those improvements into a systematic process led him in to the implementation of IT systems. The future of healthcare will be underpinned by IT systems, investing now is essential!

17:15 - 18:15

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

18:15 - 18:35

Hugo Mathias, Chief Information Officer
Hugo Mathias
Chief Information Officer
Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust
CLOSING KEYNOTE

Being Helpful

Healthcare technology is driving change and efficiencies and is seen as the way to reduce healthcare costs. Delivering on this requires leadership that addresses the human element to persuade change to embed. Northampton General Hospital (NGH) have adopted a campaign of 'Being Helpful' and Hugo would like to share with you how ‘being helpful’ helps to address the strategic needs of the organisation as recently described by Gartner and engage the staff to deliver on promises. Hugo will discuss the challenges NGH face and the values that have brought innovative solutions.

18:35 - 19:05

Dr Richard Jenkins, Chief Executive
Dr Richard Jenkins
Chief Executive
Barnsley Hospital NHS FT

Medics As Senior Leaders And CEOs

An interactive workshop discussing the importance of medics becoming senior leaders and the impact it has on the organisation.

Medics As Senior Leaders And CEOs

18:35 - 19:05

Ela Pathak-Sen, Associate Director for Quality
Ela Pathak-Sen
Associate Director for Quality
Central and North West London NHS FT

Making Patient And Carer Engagement Matter

Join Ela in discussing the importance of making patient and carer engagement matter, how to get it right, add value and improve outcomes.

Making Patient And Carer Engagement Matter

18:35 - 19:05

Mark Knight, Head of Radiation Physics
Mark Knight
Head of Radiation Physics
Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust

Profit For Patients - Doing Business In The NHS

How easy is it to run an enterprise using a private sector business model in the NHS, generating income to fund patient care? Delegates will be invited to review and discuss current challenges and solutions.

Profit For Patients - Doing Business In The NHS

19:05 - 19:25

Coffee & Networking Break- Day 1 Close

Coffee & Networking Break- Day 1 Close

20:15 - 20:30

Drinks Reception

Drinks Reception

20:30 - 22:30

Networking Dinner

Networking Dinner