2nd & 3rd April 2019

Event Agenda Day 2

Event Agenda

08:15 - 08:30

Coffee & Networking Break

Coffee & Networking Break

08:30 - 08:50

Wayne Bartlett-Syree, Director of Strategy and Sustainability
Wayne Bartlett-Syree
Director of Strategy and Sustainability
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Digital Ambulance

Replacing 499 ambulances over three years from February 2019 onwards, this session will reveal how digital ambulances are being created and the challenges that come with it such as connectivity in rural. Wayne will discuss the different methods being used to overcome this such as; the new National Emergency Services Digital Radio (Airwave) upgrade to 4g/5g, working with BT to look at connectivity/data security and Satellite Catapults.

08:50 - 09:10

Chris Reynolds, Chief Information Officer
Chris Reynolds
Chief Information Officer
Pennine Care NHS FT

Pushing Past the Barriers to Collaborate

Collaboration between clinical teams that work for different organisations is often restricted by governance and historical system choices. The approach within PCFT when working with partners is to agree common tools that all staff will use to share patient information and gently align services on common platforms that are well designed and standardised.

09:10 - 09:30

Jonathan Gardner, Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs
Jonathan Gardner
Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs
Whittington Health NHS Trust

Integrating Care Systems Bottom Up and Top Down

Jonathan Gardner is Director of Strategy at Whittington Health, an integrated care organisation covering two London boroughs. He will talk about the journey Whittington Health has been on, and continues on, to integrate care with councils, GPs, mental health, acute and community. He will discuss case studies of practical integration on the ground, and describe how the change has been implemented. He will also cover the next steps and challenges of moving to an integrated care system.

09:30 - 09:50

Tracey Thrift, Assistant Director of IT
Tracey Thrift
Assistant Director of IT
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS FT

Delivering a Benefits Driven Digital Strategy

An ambitious and innovative approach to using informatics technologies is needed to underpin the delivery of our strategic business, clinical and service objectives. At the United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust our Digital Strategy aims to deliver benefits to patients, the organisation, its staff and the wider health community.

The Trust recognises that it will not be possible to deliver the highest quality of compassionate care without investment in informatics technology to transform clinical services. These technologies are required to enable more efficient and effective clinical decisions that will improve the patient experience, improve the quality of patient safety and care, reduce clinical risk and improve organisational efficiency. Showing value for money for this investment is essential.

Using recent examples encompassed within the deployment of the Trusts Digital Strategy, this session will discuss the progress to date in delivering a ‘Benefits Driven’ approach. It will describe the challenges of identifying, measuring and realising this digitally enabled change programme.

09:55 - 10:15

Solution Provider Case Study - STREAM 1/2/3/4

10:25 - 10:55

Efficiency Brunch

Topic led roundtables around efficiency challenges in your organisation.

Efficiency Brunch

11:00 - 12:00

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

12:05 - 12:25

Paul Gilliatt, Programme Director, National Data Services Development
Paul Gilliatt
Programme Director, National Data Services Development
NHS Digital

NHS Digital - New Data Service Platform

Paul is the Programme Director for the Data Processing Services programme at NHS Digital, the national information and technology partner to the health and social care system. NHS Digital has responsibility for standardising, collecting and publishing data and information from across the health and social care system. Paul will talk about the work of NHS Digital’s Data, Insights & Statistics teams and what they are doing to transform the use of data in health and care, enabled by the investment in a new data service platform which will securely collect, process and appropriately give access to the nation health and care data for analysis. Paul will also share the transition to a new operating model.

12:25 - 12:45

Rachel Jones, Director of Acute Strategy and Partnerships
Rachel Jones
Director of Acute Strategy and Partnerships
Kent and Medway STP

Establishing an STP programme of work

The K&M STP is a footprint encompassing 8 CCG’s, 4 acute providers, multiple community providers and 2 local authorities.

Historically there have been patches of collaborative working however, not across the footprint geography. The STP identified its key priorities as the reconfiguration of stroke services, improvement in cancer outcomes, mental health and children’s services specifically those delivered in partnership with local authorities.

The presentation focuses on the development of these work streams, including developing a strategic commissioning function, relationships with individual organisations, coordinating consistency and dealing with conflict.

12:45 - 12:55

Chair’s Closing Remarks

13:00 - 14:00

Networking Lunch

Networking Lunch