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Tuesday 28 November
Museum of Science and Industry – Garratt Suite
Health Insights returns to Manchester on Tuesday 28 November. We're adding to the agenda daily and you'll find what we've confirmed so far below. Register now.
A regional view on digital maturity
9:00: Registration and networking
9:30: Welcome and introductions, Dr Mark Davies, Chief Medical Information Officer, HIMSS UK
9:45: Bi Model Innovation. Rachel Dunscombe, Director of Digital, Salford Royal Group and CEO, NHS Digital Academy
10:15: Digitalisation at Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Jason DaCosta, Executive Director of IT
10:45: Digital Transformation in Healthcare " The three Digital Truths". Professor Ben Bridgewater, Global Advisory & Client Success, Healthcare & Life Sciences, DXC Technology
11:05: Refreshments and networking
11:35: National Data Opt-out Programme. Susan Kirby, Senior Implementation Manager, National Data Opt-out Programme, NHS Digital
12.05: The value of Implementation and Business Change at NHS Digital. Martin Spotswood, Regional Head of Implementation and Business Change, NHS Digital North
12:35: Integrated Care a European Perspective: Agfa Healthcare. Richard Mangeolles - Business Mgr Integrated Care, Agfa Healthcare
14:00: Slipstreams of Care: Linking patients, clinicians and research to support innovation. Gary Leeming, Chief Technology Officer, Connected Health Cities, and Director of informatics, Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network
14.40: Vicki Palin, Research Associate, Manchester University
15:10: Refreshments and networking
15:40: Striving towards digital maturity: Bolton NHS Foundation Trust. Dr Simon Irving, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
16:10: Reflections on the day, Dr Mark Davies, Chief Medical Officer, HIMSS UK
What happened at Health Insights in Manchester in June
In June, our summer series investigated how NHS and care services are using e-health and data to ensure better patient safety, prevent ill-health and improve population health.
This included 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.
We will also heard from a local Global Digital Exemplar, Wirral University Teaching Hospital, on its plans to improve digital maturity in local health organisations. We were joined by HIMSS analytics which gave us insight into measuring your organisation's digital progress.
Tickets to Health Insights are complimentary for NHS colleagues. Register here.
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