11th & 12th June 2019

Agenda


Event Agenda

08:00 - 08:30

Registration and Networking Reception

08:30 - 08:40

Stephen Docherty, Chief Information Officer
Stephen Docherty
Chief Information Officer
South London and Maudsley NHS FT

Chair’s Opening Remarks

08:40 - 09:00

Richard Jenkins, Chief Executive
Richard Jenkins
Chief Executive
Barnsley Hospital NHS FT
OPENING KEYNOTE

Improving the Urgent and Emergency Care Pathway

Barnsley Hospital have undertaken a whole system reform process. The Urgent AND Emergency Care Pathway has resulted in a sustained improvement and delivery of the 4 hour emergency care target through a systematic programme of changes. This includes a restructuring of the executive team, flow team, project management and multiple changes to services that comprise the pathway. The impressive in-house business intelligence team have worked on putting together many pieces of the dashboard which helps the different parts of the Urgent & Emergency Care Pathway connect together. Join Richard and learn how a comprehensive, programme managed and systematic approach has been used to successfully improve the Urgent & Emergency Care Pathway.

09:00 - 09:20

Paul Curley, Chief Clinical Information Officer
Paul Curley
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

From Toddler to Teen: Digitally Maturing

With targeted investment in Global Digital Exemplar sites - and their early followers - there has been limited opportunity to source funding for secondary care digital development outside of these programmes. Mid Yorkshire has built upon its strong history of customised EDMS deployment and development and has implemented a portal to give a context-aware display of clinical information from key systems. Medchart end to end medication management has modernised complex paper heavy manual processes and reduced clinical risks significantly. We have recently successfully bid for funding for e-prescribing and EPR implementation working in close partnership with Leeds Teaching Hospitals.

This talk will give examples of leveraging clinical information, proposing and delivering against ambitious implementation plans and rapidly driving digital maturity as a potential model for other organisations.

09:20 - 09:40

Solution Provider Case Study

09:40 - 10:00

Stephen Docherty, Chief Information Officer
Stephen Docherty
Chief Information Officer
South London and Maudsley NHS FT

Towards a Data-Driven Organisation: a digital journey

Stephen’s presentation will discuss the path taken by the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust in becoming London’s mental health Global Digital Exemplar as part of NHS England’s national digital programme. This will include the journey to the cloud and the challenges overcome, and the change in culture in enabling a digital workforce. Stephen will also discuss the latest strategy in heading towards a data-centric organisation, where data lies at the heart of every decision made, through the use of business intelligence, data visualisation and the use of machine learning in clinical data.

10:05 - 10:25

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

10:30 - 11:00

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

11:00 - 11:20

Solution Provider Case Study

11:20 - 11:40

Tanya Pankhurst, Deputy Director of Digital Healthcare
Tanya Pankhurst
Deputy Director of Digital Healthcare
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT

Digital Transformation: using data to change behaviour and improve quality of care

In this presentation Tanya will talk about designing systems to collect data in real time from clinicians without frustrating them and then changing both individual and organisational behaviour on the basis of this data. We are all interested in interoperability, data sharing and driving excellent healthcare but how can we implement this in practical terms? Tanya will use real examples of how they have done this and demonstrate how this experience could be used at scale.

11:45 - 12:05

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

12:10 - 12:30

Nick Hopkinson, Chief Information Officer
Nick Hopkinson
Chief Information Officer
Devon STP

Feels Like One System: The Devon approach to shared care

As a health and care system we are designing new ways of delivering services, through clinical pathways and networks of care, that challenge business as usual and span traditional organisational boundaries. Digital care needs to not just enable this change, it needs to lead the transformation. In Devon they have identified Electronic Care Records that “feels like one system” as a top priority for advancing the development of their integrated care system.

Nick and his team have set out a strategy of consolidation and integration of clinical systems across the county that looks to deliver these networks of care and fully connect to the regional and national interoperability layers through the One South West LHCR.

12:35 - 13:30

Group 1 P2P Connect Speed Networking

Group 1 P2P Connect Speed Networking

12:35 - 13:30

Kate Walker, Head of Digital Strategy and Transformation, Digital Programme Lead
Kate Walker
Head of Digital Strategy and Transformation, Digital Programme Lead
Suffolk and North East Essex STP

Group 2 - Group Discussion Digital Leadership Where There Are No Edges: barriers, opportunities and reality

Kate is the Suffolk and North East Essex ICS Digital Lead, creating the environment that enables digital transformation at scale and pace across the system. Building from her 16 years experience in the health and care technology sector, and mission to create the right conditions, she has formed the East Accord. The East Accord is a network of networks, a learning environment, all things digital, seeking to connect people, the public, and our services to achieve better outcomes for the 7m people living in the East of England.

This interactive session builds from international learning, and focusses on the barriers to creating that environment, and practical ways to address the challenges we face - and how best to maximise the opportunities that this environment creates.

Group 2 - Group Discussion Digital Leadership Where There Are No Edges: barriers, opportunities and reality

13:30 - 14:25

Networking Lunch

Networking Lunch

14:30 - 15:25

Group 2 P2P Connect Speed Networking

Group 2 P2P Connect Speed Networking

14:30 - 15:25

Kate Walker, Head of Digital Strategy and Transformation, Digital Programme Lead
Kate Walker
Head of Digital Strategy and Transformation, Digital Programme Lead
Suffolk and North East Essex STP

Group 1 - Group Discussion Digital Leadership Where There Are No Edges: barriers, opportunities and reality

Kate is the Suffolk and North East Essex ICS Digital Lead, creating the environment that enables digital transformation at scale and pace across the system. Building from her 16 years experience in the health and care technology sector, and mission to create the right conditions, she has formed the East Accord. The East Accord is a network of networks, a learning environment, all things digital, seeking to connect people, the public, and our services to achieve better outcomes for the 7m people living in the East of England.

This session builds from international learning, and focusses on the barriers to creating that environment, and practical ways to address the challenges we face - and how best to maximise the opportunities that this environment creates.

Group 1 - Group Discussion Digital Leadership Where There Are No Edges: barriers, opportunities and reality

15:30 - 16:30

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

16:30 - 16:50

Steve Bloor, Chief Information Officer
Steve Bloor
Chief Information Officer
Blackpool Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

The Use of Data Exchange

Since 2014 Blackpool Teaching Hospitals achieved Level 1 Excellence in Informatics accreditation and were the first Trust in the country to achieve Level 2 accreditation. During this period they have developed a robust strategy and made huge strides towards a more integrated digital solution set to aid patient care, which has gained national recognition for the teams work and contributing back to the wider NHS family.

This session will follow their journey, sharing how they have used data to change the behaviour of an organisation.

16:50 - 17:10

Solution Provider Case Study

17:15 - 17:45

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

17:45 - 18:05

Jim Ritchie, Divisional Chief Clinical Information Officer
Jim Ritchie
Divisional Chief Clinical Information Officer
Salford Royal NHS FT
CLOSING KEYNOTE

Delivering a Digital Control Centre: Becoming an End to End Learning Healthcare Organisation

The Northern Care Alliance has embarked on a journey to improve services through data driven change. Here, we explore the drivers for the Control Centre program, early prototypes, the development of the final specification, and early outcomes.

18:05 - 18:35

Michael Harper, Chief Operating Officer
Michael Harper
Chief Operating Officer
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS FT

Winedown Workshop 1 - Stop Going With the Flow- MANAGE the flow!

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals use clever analytics, built in-house, to predict how many patients will attend A&E and be admitted on any given day. Their predicted discharge data, which would appear to be under more of their control, isn’t quite as accurate. In this interactive workshop we’ll discuss how we could all better understand and manage flow.

Winedown Workshop 1 - Stop Going With the Flow- MANAGE the flow!

18:05 - 18:35

Yvette Oade, Chief Medical Officer and Acting Chief Executive
Yvette Oade
Chief Medical Officer and Acting Chief Executive
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Winedown Workshop 2 - Balancing Quality Improvement with Quality Assurance

If you want to engage doctors - talk about quality of care. What is your QI methodology? Join Yvette and learn why you need different methodologies for different quality indicators that you want to improve.

Winedown Workshop 2 - Balancing Quality Improvement with Quality Assurance

18:05 - 18:35

Kate Walker, Head of Digital Strategy and Transformation, Digital Programme Lead
Kate Walker
Head of Digital Strategy and Transformation, Digital Programme Lead
Suffolk and North East Essex STP

Winedown Workshop 3 - Digital and Ethics; A Moral Compass

More than 2000 years ago physicians committed to do no harm and uphold their set of agreed medical standards. As we move towards an increasing digital world of endless possibilities, this session looks into why ethics needs to be part of digital professionals way of working, and how we might work together to effectively serve and protect the people and populations we serve.

Winedown Workshop 3 - Digital and Ethics; A Moral Compass

18:35 - 18:50

Coffee & Networking Break - Day 1 Close

Coffee & Networking Break - Day 1 Close

20:00 - 20:30

Drinks Reception

Drinks Reception

20:30 - 22:00

Networking Dinner

Networking Dinner