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Birmingham

Thursday 16 November 2017

The H Suite - Martineau suite
100 Icknield Port Rd
Birmingham 
B16 0AA

Health Insights returns to Birmingham on Thursday 16 November. We're adding to the agenda daily and you'll find what we've confirmed so far below. Register now

Agenda 

A regional view on digital maturity 

9:00: Registration and networking

9:30: Welcome and introductions, Dr Mark Davies, Chief Medical Officer, HIMSS UK

9:45: Presentation, Mark Stanton, Chief Information Officer, Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust

10:15: The value of Implementation and Business Change at NHS Digital. Jane Berezynskyj, Regional Head of Implementation and Business Change (Midlands and East), NHS Digital       

10:45: Dr David Lee - Medical Director, UK & Ireland, DXC Technology

11:05:  Refreshments and networking

11:35: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and opt out. Richard Sewart, NHS England, and Susan Kirby, Senior Implementation Manager, National Data Opt-out Programme

12:35: Supplier-led session

12:55: Lunch

14:00: Digital leadership for the future. Russ Branzell, President and CEO, College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME)

15:00: Dr Masood Nazir, Chief Information Officer and SRO, Your Care Connected Programme, and Information Lead and Senior Information Risk Owner, NHS Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group 

15:30: Refreshments and networking

16:00: Tony Davis, Commercial Director, West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (AHSN)

16:30: Reflections on the day, Dr Mark Davies, Chief Medical Officer, HIMSS UK

16:40: Close

What happened at Health Insights in Birmingham in June

In June, we investigated how NHS and care services are using e-health and data to ensure better patient safety, prevent ill-health and improve population health.

Birmingham's Health Insight focused on Connected Health Cities' work to safely and securely combine population health data and technology to address the management of long term conditions and reduce early mortality. 

Another area of exploration included the potential to use patient safety reporting to lead to service improvement. We were joined by HIMSS Analytics to learn how organisation's can measure progress to digital maturity.

Tickets to Health Insights are complimentary for NHS colleagues. Register now.

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