Thursday 30 November 2017
Goodenough College – The Great Hall
Health Insights returns to London on Thursday 30 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 Officer, HIMSS UK
9:45: The digitalisation challenge. Claire Cater, founder, The Social Kinetic
10:15: The value of Implementation and Business Change at NHS Digital. Alistair Grenfell, Regional Head of Implementation and Business Change, NHS Digital London
10.45: Supplier led session
11:05: Refreshments and networking
11:35: Keynote. Will Smart - Chief Information Officer for Health and Social Care, NHS England
12:35: Integrated Care a European Perspective: Agfa Healthcare. Richard Mangeolles - Business Mgr Integrated Care, Agfa Healthcare
13:50: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and opt out. Dawn Monaghan, Head of Data Sharing and Privacy (NHS England) and Susan Kirby, Senior Implementation Manager, National Data Opt-out Programme, NHS Digital
15:00: Dr Harpreet Sood, Associate Chief Information Officer, NHS England
15:30: Refreshments and networking
16:00: West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust's journey to digitalisation. Mike Bone, CIO, West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
16:30: Reflections on the day, Dr Mark Davies, Chief Medical Officer, HIMSS UK and panel
What happened at Health Insights in London 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.
London's Health Insights offered delegates the latest thinking on population health data and learning health systems from the leaders of Connected Health Cities. Delegates were also challenged to think differently about solutions using the Folkslab approach.
As part of the day, the CIO of a Global Digital Exemplar trust described its route to digital maturity, and the day ended with a technology focus on apps to support mental health treament.
Health Insights tickets are complimentary for NHS colleagues and public sector staff. Register here.
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