9 February 2022
9:00 am
Chair’s Opening Remarks

Welcome to the Leading Healthcare Innovation Summit 2022

Chair

Sam Shah
Chair
HETT Steering Committee
9:00 am - 9:30 am
Opening Keynote: Adopting and Spreading Healthcare Innovation

Chair

Sam Shah
Chair
HETT Steering Committee

Speakers

Jennifer Dixon
CEO
Health Foundation
9:30 am - 10:10 am
Shared Care Records and Data Analytics as a Driver for Innovation: Bringing Research and Treatment Closer Together
  • Taking an incremental approach to success – Delivering better outcomes throughout the evolution of data projects 
  • How to build out better data in the format required without impacting frontline care?
  • Genomes project data – Can you bring clinical treatment and research closer together? 
    • Analyzing across all three classes of data EHR, Genomics and Imaging
  • Building systems where you can build analytics around people 
  • Holistic healthcare analysis and its impact on AI
  • Trust and research environments: Where all data was well managed from a privacy point of view TRE/ Prioritising trust and engagement
  • Closing the health inequalities gap: Building inclusive and representative datasets to support equitable discovery and innovation in digital health care.
  • The benefits of EMR, medical imaging and digital pathology, and enabling secure patient care – How do we make the most of digitalisation where good data is the by-product?
  • Why should we fast-track Population health management: Using data to inform strategy?
  • ICS intelligence requirements – How will data intelligence shape the commissioning of new pathways of care 
  • Operational uses of data for improvements to clinical pathways
  • Trusted Health Data environment – direct care, research planning and commercial

Speakers

Ben Goldacre
Director, DataLab
Nuffield Dept of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford
Ming Tang
Chief Data and Analytics Officer
NHS England and Improvement
Sanjay Gautama
CCIO
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Tim Hubbard
Professor of Bioinformatics at King's College London
Associate Director at HDR UK
Andrew Davey
Healthcare Advisory Architect
MuleSoft
10:10 am - 10:30 am
OneLondon Platform Strategy: Using Better to Transform Health and Care Across London

One London is embarking on an ambitious platform strategy to help rapidly transform health and care across its 10.5m citizens.  Digital is at the heart of this transformation with establishing key clinical infrastructure to enable better care.  Join the CTO of One London to learn about digital plans and how London is applying this approach to dynamic and integrated care planning.

  • What is the digital vision across One London?
  • Why do London and collaborations need a platform approach?
  • How is London going to transform?
  • How are we tackling dynamic care planning across London and how will it bring future opportunities?
  • How is London using the Better platform and its low code environment with a persistent data approach to rapidly establish a care planning service across London?
  • Find out about Better and see a demo of the technology

Speakers

Gary McAllister
Chief Technology Officer
OneLondon
Matt Cox
Managing Director UK and Ireland
Better
10:30 am - 11:00 am
Morning Break, Networking & Exhibition
11:00 am - 11:40 am
Combatting Digital Exclusion from Health Inequalities: How to Deliver UX for Diverse and Inclusive End-to-End Services
  • How can you actually deliver in a local setting?
  • The data gap- between data that exists and data that can drive forward inclusive practice 
  • How has covid refocussed our patient priorities?
  • Who didn’t we listen to? How should we actively reach out to these groups?
  • Why do we have a perception of hard-to-reach groups, and how do we close this perception gap? 
  • The importance of increasing the diversity of the workforce to deliver truly inclusive services
  • What does inclusive practice in your organisation look like?
  • Inclusive services are not enough –  The importance of delivering equitable services

Speakers

Dylan Roberts
Chief Digital and Information Officer
Digital and Information Service York & Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Helen Milner
CEO
Good Things Foundation
Kira Allmann
Public Engagement Researcher
Ada Lovelace Institute
Tero Väänänen
Head of Design
NHS Digital
11:40 am - 12:00 pm
The Patient Journey to Access Healthcare in a UK Recovering from the Impact of COVID-19

Over the past two years there have been huge impacts on how patients access healthcare in the UK due to COVID-19, across all settings. In this session we discuss how these changes have impacted availability of care and how effective triage can deliver improved access whilst protecting stretched resources across the whole system.

  • What has changed the patient journey over the last two years, and what challenges does that present?
  • What is the value of triage from an initial patient journey perspective, and how does it differ from symptom checking software?
  • BMJ and Lancet research into the impact of Triage, and case studies around the world from our experience.
  • How can triage support the introduction of ICS’ whilst addressing health inequalities and engaging different generations?
  • What can be delivered to help now?

Speakers

Steve Fearon
Managing Director
Capita Healthcare Decisions
Stuart Bailey
Product Director
Capita Healthcare Decisions
12:00 pm - 12:40 pm
Harnessing the Potential of Remote Patient Monitoring from Citizen to Patient Journey
  • Prevention and Acute Capacity Management 
  • Treatment agenda
  • Virtual Wards and elective recovery
  • How Remote tools have Impacted Capacity and approach to Service
  • How RPM can change the nature of interaction and relationships  between professionals

Chair

Liz Ashall-Payne
Chief Executive Officer
ORCHA

Speakers

Breid O’Brien
Deputy Director, Digital Health
NHS Transformation Directorate
Rachael Kent
Lecturer in Digital Economy and Society Education
Kings College London
Rosie Kaur
Deputy Medical Director for Primary Care
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
Shani Gray
Clinical Lead for Remote Monitoring in Care Homes
North Central London
Barry James
Patient Representative
12:40 pm - 1:40 pm
Lunch Break, Networking & Exhibition
1:40 pm - 1:45 pm
Chair’s Opening Remarks

Welcome to the Integrated Care Systems

Chair

Hassan Chaudhury
Healthcare UK, DIT
HETT Steering Committee
1:40 pm - 1:45 pm
Chair’s Opening Remarks

Welcome to the Patient Centered Design

Chair

Roz Davies
Managing Director
Thrive by Design
1:40 pm - 1:45 pm
Chair’s Opening Remarks

Welcome to the Remote Patient Monitoring

Chair

Melanie Martin
Senior Delivery Manager, Topol Fellow
NHS Transformation Directorate
1:45 pm - 2:15 pm
Why New Approaches to Data Access and Quality are Fundamental to ICS Strategy
  • Security and accuracy of data – smart decisions can only be made with accurate data 
  • Facilitate access to enter and consume the data 
  • Strategic decisions, planning, and access to data across ICS 
  • Permissions, governance, etc. protect privacy but allow the right data at the right time

Speakers

Katherine Church
Chief Digital Officer
Surrey Heartlands ICS
Monica Jones
Chief Data Officer
HDR UK
Daniel Johnston
Imprivata
1:45 pm - 2:20 pm
How to Drive Forward UCD, Inclusion, and Patient Involvement at ICS Level
  • Designing inclusion into transformation 
  • Health and Digital literacy
  • End-user upskilling 
  • Using evidence-based design
  • Patient/Public Involvement
  • Co-Design and co Involvement

Speakers

Dave Sweeney
Executive Director of Partnerships
Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership
Simon Dixon
User Centred Design, Technology and Assurance
NHS Transformation Directorate
Sue Lacey-Bryant
National Lead for NHS Knowledge and Library Services
Health Education England
1:45 pm - 2:25 pm
Developing Community-Led Services and Digital Resources in Remote Care
  • Supporting people at home through the use of technology
  • Reducing health inequalities and digital exclusion
  • Preparing the workforce to maximise the opportunities tech can offer
  • The potential for remote care in care homes for residents
  • Managing Long Term Conditions Remotely
  • What can we learn from remote Long Covid management?

Speakers

Antonia Brown
Digital Nurse, Clinical Digital Innovation Lead
Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust
Eddie Olla
Regional Director for Digital Transformation
NHS Midlands
Maddie Julian
Co-Founder/Director
DigiBete
Stephanie Somerville
Director Community Transformation
NHS England and Improvement
2:15 pm - 2:30 pm
Best Practice Example of What Population Health Management Can Achieve in Primary Care Networks
  • Very brief introduction to what the PHM programme is
  • A system’s journey through the PHM DP programme
  • Example of PCNs focusing on a cohort of people at higher risk of developing long term conditions
  • Success, challenges, community, and next steps

Speakers

Anne Wray
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG
2:20 pm - 3:00 pm
What are the Implications of the Social Care White Paper on the Future Design of ICS’?

Published on the 1st of Dec 2002, the Government’s Social Care White Paper outlines a series of changes in the way in which future social care services will be funded, organised, and consumed by the English public.  

This session considers:

  • How both these changes will impact the publics’ consumption of health & care services at a place-based level?
  • Expectations  – What will be different? what’s likely to stay the same?
  • How can this sector, including the public, put the individual and not service providers at the centre of the new design? 

 

Chair

Russ Charlesworth
Head of Integrated Care
Socitm Advisory

Speakers

Daniel Casson
Managing Director
Casson Consulting
Matthew Swindells
Former Deputy Chief Executive and National Director of Operations and Information
NHS England
Samantha Smith
Assistant Director of IT & Digital Services
Cambridgeshire County & Peterborough City Councils
2:25 pm - 2:45 pm
Learning from Evaluation: How Video Tools Have Adapted Digital Mental Health Services

Covid-19 has meant significant changes in how mental health services in south London have been delivered, with a particular shift from face-to-face appointments to video and phone consultations.

 Presenting findings to date including examples on  how services are adapting

Speakers

Aileen Jackson
Head of Mental Health
Health Innovation Network, part of the AHSN Network
Stuart Adams
Consultant Psychiatrist & CCIO
South West London St Georges NHS Mental Health Trust
2:30 pm - 2:45 pm
Beyond Patient Engagement

In a patient-centric universe, WiFi SPARK explains the benefits of deploying integrated care and engagement services to areas not always considered. We cover:

  • How technology platforms are the voice for staff in PALS, Patient Experience, Directors of Nursing, Facilities, and communications departments
  • The recognition of a need for staff services, not just for patients
  • How one solution can be the key integrator for care services including efficiency, engagement, entertainment and education to both staff and patients harmoniously.

Speakers

Matt O’Donovan
CEO
WiFiSpark
2:45 pm - 3:00 pm
PHM at Place: A Practical Example of How to Get Started and Overcome Barriers

This session will explore a system’s journey through the national Population Health Management Development Programme.

Surrey has recently finished the programme and was one of the first systems to focus on inclusive recovery through the lens of PHM.

This session will focus on how the ICS addressed and overcame challenges around infrastructure and intelligence to understand their population and the interventions developed for multiple people on elective care pathways and early thinking on incentives and new payment models.

  • Very brief introduction to what the PHM programme is
  • Surrey’s journey through the programme
  • The cohort
  • Specific examples of challenges and barriers and how they overcame them
  • Inspiration, community and next steps

Speakers

Jane Johnston
Head of PHM Analytics
Surrey Heartlands ICS
Luke Burton
Population Health Programme Lead - Surrey Heartlands Academy
Surrey Heartlands CCG
2:45 pm - 3:00 pm
How Video Platforms Can Support your Current Digital Healthcare Requirements, and Enable Future Innovation in Remote Care
  • Launching innovative digital technology solutions:
    • Integration with EPR’s, such as Epic
    • Field based technology solutions, such as wearable technologies.
  • Using wearable technology to provide first responders real time access to clinical specialists while in the field
  • Reducing the number of vulnerable patients needed to be brought into hospital.
  • Supporting interoperability enabling communication across multiple platforms
    • How to enable traditional video conferencing rooms within the NHS to facilitate Microsoft Teams meetings

Speakers

Kate Pound
Emergency Care Improvement Manager
NHS England & Improvement
Robert Cole
Improvement Manager, Emergency Care Improvement Support Team (ECIST)
NHS England and Improvement
3:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Community Diagnostic Centres: A Digital Infrastructure to Connect Care Providers, Improve Clinical Communications and Provide a Seamless Patient Pathway
  • For community diagnostic centres to achieve reduced wait times and provide seamless patient pathways, integrated care systems will need to digitally connect clinicians with the right patient information across care settings to help deliver a better, faster service.
  • With multiple care settings working together there is an increased need for centralised records that can be available to all stakeholders. The patient records must be securely joined up, just as the patient journey is joined up.
  • This session will discuss how Feedback Medical’s pilot with the Sussex Integrated Care System, a CDC exemplar site, is providing the clinical communications platform – Bleepa – for image review, case discussion and ongoing management, as well as the underlying data storage system, across primary and secondary care.
  • It will also focus on the ongoing challenges ICS’s need to consider including clear lines of accountability, good clinical governance for onward referrals, understanding the limitations and connectivity in the workflow, and data management and security.

Speakers

Tom Oakley
CEO
Bleepa
3:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Health Inequalities and Workforce How will ICSs be Taking This on Board?

Speakers

Claudia Pagliari
Co Founder/Theme Leader NHS Digital Academy
Director of Global eHealth at University of Edinburgh
3:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Integrating Remote Monitoring Technology for Physical Health into Services for People with Mental Illness or Learning Disabilities

HPFT’s Blue Box RPM Project – Supporting and scaling up the use of RPM Services Physical Health in a Mental Health Setting

Seamlessly integrating the data from remote monitoring technology into existing systems was seen as key to the acceptance and success of the Whzan BlueBox project in Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS FT (HPFT).  Hear the experience of the Trust working with staff, service users, carers, and suppliers to deliver a pilot for older people with mental health problems, then scaling up to use the proven approach in adult mental health and learning disability services.

Speakers

Paul Bradley
CCIO
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS FT
Rakesh Magon
Consultant Psychiatrist
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS FT
3:15 pm - 3:45 pm
Afternoon Break, Networking & Exhibition
3:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Practical Uses of Data and Analytics to Improve Best Practice Across Your ICS

Speakers

Astrid Fairclough
Programme Director for Care Records
NHS Wessex
Dan Alton
GP, PHM Clinical Lead and National Population Health Management
Clinical Advisor NHS England & Improvement
Matt Hennessey
Chief Intelligence and Analytics Officer
Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership
3:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Learnings from the NHS Innovation Accelerator: Designing Patient-Centred Innovation for Increased Inclusion
  • UCLP’s and AHSN work – digital inclusion, recruitment, real-world evaluation
  • Health inequalities and driving equality with digital 
  • Working with users and patients with neurodiversities

Chair

Maria Kyriacou
Interim Deputy Director
NHS Innovation Accelerator

Speakers

Emilio Sanz
NIA Fellow
NHS Innovation Accelerator
Louise Morpeth
NIA Fellow
NHS Innovation Accelerator
3:45 pm - 4:05 pm
Citizen’s Healthcare Atrium: Creating a Social Environment for Patients to Manage Their Own Care

An app database hosted on the cloud with patient’s information accessed at any time via the platform.

  • A CRM system that creates a citizen environment
  • Population Health Management
  • Social Prescribing Opportunity
  • Potential for Scale and ‘Shareability’
  • Gamification
  • Patient Purse
  • Barriers; IG, Clinical industry, and leadership buy-in

Speakers

Lauren Harkins
Assistant Director of Programmes
NHS Transformation Directorate
Nicola Haywood-Alexander
Group CIO
Lincolnshire ICS
4:05 pm - 4:20 pm
Delivering the AI Roadmap and the Expected Implications for Integrated Care
  • What is the AI landscape currently for ICS systems across England?
  • What are the implications for workforce and training?
  • Expected outputs from using the AI and Digital Health Capability framework to upskill your workforce

Speakers

Hatim Abdulhussein
Clinical Fellow AI and Robotics Programme
Health Education England
4:15 pm - 4:30 pm
Transforming Population Health Management Through Data Sharing

Effective data sharing between organisations can transform health outcomes and how people experience healthcare. Too often siloed data, disparate source systems and cumbersome processes prevent data and health professionals from collaborating across the boundaries of their organisations. This keynote focuses on key principles for data sharing, data security and how to mobilise your data savvy workforce to deliver the desired outcomes.

Speakers

Eva Murray
Senior Data Evangelist
Snowflake
4:15 pm - 4:55 pm
Understanding the Why – Unlocking Development and Improvement Through User Experience
  • What is good user acceptance? Gathering user intelligence on features used and areas of improvement
  • How do improve the accessibility and scalability of tools and services?
  • Moving away from a one size fits all model
  • Do people want passive or active self-management technology?
  • How do you facilitate and embed good user acceptance and innovation adoption?

Chair

Roz Davies
Managing Director
Thrive by Design

Speakers

Alex Vaughan
Clinical Business Analyst and Solution Designer
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Liz Ashall-Payne
Chief Executive Officer
ORCHA
Nadia Kuftinoff
UX Researcher & Solutions Designer
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
4:20 pm - 4:35 pm
The Self-Directed Patient: The Future of Personalised Care
  • The growth in remote monitoring, digital medical devices, apps
  • Moving from data to knowledge
  • Empowering the person through self-testing, online health services
  • Algorithms: the pros and cons
  • The self-directed patient of the future

Speakers

Maureen Baker CBE
GP & Chair
PRSB
4:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Shared Care Records: Delivering the Vision in 2022
  • Frontline perspectives on the progress and challenges for leaders of shared care records programmes
  • The basics: standardising data flows, agreeing smart IG rules, addressing digital maturity in health and social care
  • Looking to the future: person held records, population health management, improved outcomes

Chair

Nilesh Bharakhada
PRSB Executive Clinical Director, Co-chair RCGP NWL Faculty
Chair of Quality and Clinical Governance Hillingdon ICP

Speakers

Emma Davis
Clinical Lead
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Care and Health Information Exchange and Wessex Care Records
John Farenden
Senior Lead for Shared Care Records
NHS England and Improvement
Paula Bennett
Chief Nurse / CNIO
Health Innovation Manchester
4:35 pm - 5:15 pm
Patient Experience Management: Giving Patients Greater Control Over Their Care
  • National perspective on supporting opportunity for self-management
  • How can we work together as a clinical community around personalised care?
  • Empowering people towards self management
  • Moving towards integrated care:
    • Where should improvements in communications be made?
    • How can the system fund these practices?
    • Considering the way people access services and interventions
  • What are the practicalities of constructing the interface of face-to-face solutions?
  • Improve outcomes – Why is follow-up opportunity important?
  • How to ensure that user-centered design lies at the heart of deployment
  • To what extent can we mitigate barriers around health inequalities?Placing personalised outpatients as a cornerstone of  the elective recovery strategy

Speakers

Carl Brookes
Consultant Physician & Cardiologist
Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Nav Chana MBE
GP, Clinical Director
NAPC
Richard Samuel
Deputy Director of Innovation
NHS Transformation Directorate
4:55 pm - 5:15 pm
How Can Primary Care Expand Capacity to Improve Access, Local Health Outcomes and Address Health Inequalities
  • Considering the patient journey in online and remote consultations – what’s working well and what isn’t?
  • Supporting low confidence – closing the digital gap in digital exclusion
  • Digital literacy

 

Chair

Roz Davies
Managing Director
Thrive by Design

Speakers

Rajiv Sharma
Primary Care Clinical Lead Executive - Urgent and Emergency Care
Black Country and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group
5:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Population Health Dashboards and Intelligent Insights in SW London

Speakers

Jamie Jong
Deputy Director of Business Intelligence
South West London ICS
Jayne Thorpe
Deputy Director of Transformation
South West London ICS
5:20 pm - 5:40 pm
Closing Keynote: Insights on Leading Healthcare Innovation

Chair

Sam Shah
Chair
HETT Steering Committee

Speakers

Simon Bolton
CEO
NHS Digital
5:40 pm
End of Summit & Drinks Reception