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September 28, 2016
  • Introducing the HETT Conference Theatre

    The HETT conference theatre allows you to hear from the senior strategists, policy specialists and innovators setting the direction of travel and leading the way in the digital revolution of the NHS.

    Keynote addresses and panel sessions will focus on the big strategic initiatives and practical best practice examples that are allowing the NHS to deliver more integrated, effective and sustainable patient care.

  • 09:30 - 09:35
    Chair’s Welcome Address
  • The digital challenge
  • 09:35 - 10:00
    Transforming the citizens’ experience
    • Outlining a strategy and direction for delivery
    • Developing Local Digital Roadmaps (LDRs) - implementing a large scale information and technology programme
    • How to collect and use information properly to manage the system better and benefit patients as they move around the health and care system
    • How to join local health communities together using technology and information to create a much better experience for patients
    • How we create a modern digital experience for patients and the public that includes access to information, their health records, booking appointments, seeing test results
    • How we use health apps to enable better quality care in a way that protects patients’ information
  • 10:00 – 10:25
    Personalising healthcare through technology

    Better use of data and technology has the potential to give patients and citizens far greater control over their health and wellbeing as well as strengthening the capacity of clinical and care professionals to deliver a tailored service.

    • Expanding access for patients and citizens their care records through NHS health and care apps and digital information services
    • Giving clinicians and carers access to data, information and knowledge to deliver personalised care
    • Leveraging the benefits of the digital health economy to support research and maximise benefits of new medicines and treatments
  • 10:25 - 10:35
    Questions and Answers
  • 10:35 - 11:00
    EXHIBITION AND NETWORKING
  • Improving information governance
  • 11:00 – 12:00
    Improving patient outcomes through better information governance

    For this session Dame Fiona Caldicott will provide an introduction by video offering insights into her review of data security, consent and opt-outs, before moving into a discussion of how organisations can best meet its guidelines as well as those of the CQC Safe data, safe care review.

    • Developing new guidelines for the protection of personal data applicable for every NHS and care organisation
    • Creating a roadmap to consent based information sharing and assurance
    • The future of information governance across the health and care system
  • 12:00 - 12:30
    EXHIBITION AND NETWORKING
  • Transforming patient power
  • 12:30 - 12:50
    Digital transformation – going paperless through your Local Digital Roadmaps
    • Stimulating the development of innovative technologies
    • Recognising technology as an enabler in delivering £22bn efficiencies
    • Utilising the new investment of £1bn in health technology; Embedding technology and innovation as an operational model
    • Safer model for safer care across the NHS
    • Improving the digital relationship between patient and NHS
  • 12:50 - 13:30
    Patient power 2.0 (panel discussion)

    Empowering patients in the control of their own health is a central tenet of the Five Year Forward View and Personalised Health and Care 2020 Framework. It is widely accepted that in order to improve both patient outcomes and deliver efficiencies, patients need to be given far greater power over their own health and care and, moreover, that technology has created tremendous untapped opportunities for pursuing this. Key questions to be addressed in this panel include:

    • How much progress has been made by health and care systems in supporting patient empowerment as set out by the Five Year Forward View and Personalised Health and Care 2020 Framework?
    • What is the role of public health in patient empowerment and how is this best supported through technology and digital?
    • How can patient pathways be streamlined through use of online services and mobile devices?
    • What lessons are there to be garnered from the successful digitisation in primary care for other health providers?
    • How can digital literacy be developed and what are the limitations of empowerment offered by technology?
    • When and when not is patient empowerment effective at reducing costs without affecting the quality of care?
  • 13:30 - 13:50
    EXHIBITION AND NETWORKING
  • Creating the capacity for change
  • 13:50 - 14:20
    Harnessing the power of health IT

    The computerisation of modern medicine has the potential to deliver miracles yet is also fraught with risks, potentially decreasing reliability, satisfaction and safety. IT expert Professor Robert Wachter will here discuss the insights of his review on the subject by video live stream, discussing best practice in implementing health IT in England.

    • Comparing factors impacting the successful adoption of health information systems in England and the US
    • Examining clinician experiences, Trust capacities, clinical workflows and the patient-clinician relationship in the delivery of health IT
    • Delivering modern medicine- case studies of success and key recommendations for effective transformation
  • 14:20 - 14:50
    Enabling innovation in healthcare

    In this address, Dr Harpreet Sood will address way in which clinicians can be actively engaged in harnessing innovation to achieve better quality and improved outcomes.

    • Using innovation labs and hubs as powerhouses of creation in the health sector
    • Breaking down the silo and delivering a cross-fertilisation of ideas across sectors
    • Creating ecosystems of clinical innovators and entrepreneurs
    • Building clinical engagement in digital change
  • 14:50 - 15:10
    EXHIBITION AND NETWORKING
  • Pioneering technology in practice
  • 15:10 - 15:35
    Digitally enabled clinician, digitally empowered patient

    Technological transformation is tantalisingly close for the NHS, but in many ways it lacks the will to transform. Joe McDonald will here discuss the ways in which this can be remedied.

    • Addressing the failings of healthcare in closely tying technological needs to clinical leadership
    • The role of the CCIO in effectively mediating a Trust’s organisational and clinical objectives
    • Modernising the NHS through technology and putting patients at the heart of healthcare
  • 15:35 - 16:00
    Delivering an innovative STP to empower LTC patients through technology

    Sheffield Teaching Hospitals are leading a group of institutions that form one of the ‘test beds’ for innovation through technology. Their plan- the 'Perfect Patient Pathway'- is to keep patients with long term conditions well, independent and avoiding crisis points which lead to hospital admissions.

    • Creating an 'ecosystem' for technological innovation embedded in clinically robust ways of working
    • Using technological innovations to promote whole-person personalised care and bringing self-care from the margins to the mainstream
    • Driving change and improving patient outcomes through a ground-breaking data intelligence centre
    • Supporting an STP that maintains quality of care whilst providing room for radical change
  • 16:00 – 16:10
    Questions and Answers
  • 16:10 – 16:15
    Chair’s Closing Address
  • * Please note agenda may be subject to change
September 28, 2016
  • Introducing the HETT Seminar Theatre 1

    The HETT Seminar Theatres will showcase a range of best practice technology transformation case studies as well as information that drills down into key topic areas. These intimate, yet interactive sessions are your opportunity to hear from key stakeholders and leading organisations in a close-knit environment of specialists, in order to gain practical advice for application in the areas that matter most.

    This seminar programme is designed to allow you to understand and tackle key challenges facing the technology in healthcare sector, with a chance to pose questions to the full range of stakeholders, in a place where your voice will be heard. The goal is to gain mixed views on ongoing initiatives, advances and policy, with the ultimate aim of ascertaining a clear path for development.

  • 10:00 - 10:30
    Improving User Experience in Healthcare

    AppSense’s User Environment Management (UEM) platform helps NHS healthcare trusts deliver a personalised, secure and highly responsive clinical desktop experience. Better user experience translates to better care for patients.

    During our session, delegates will hear about:

    • Accelerating logon times, letting clinicians focus on patient care not technology
    • Providing stable, consistent performance of mission critical applications
    • Enabling proximity printing
    • Supporting compliance & regulatory standards, with granular security and policy controls
  • 11:00 - 12:00
    Digital healthcare mobile solutions and the Cloud

    The seminar will deliver an overview of how the UKCloud community of health partners delivers digital health applications to the NHS. You will learn how UKCloud provides you with the trusted, connected and flexible cloud platform you need to deliver your critical applications in the cloud. How Cinos Communications deliver HealthConnect; which is designed to facilitate virtual consultation between an Internet connected patient and their N3 connected GP and how Digital Healthcare Management Ltd provides complete end-to-end patient health monitoring system in the UK, enabling quality care to be delivered anywhere at low cost, using mobile consumer electronics.

  • 12:30 - 13:30
    Moving to place-based care – using linked data to see the whole picture

    Place based care needs a different way of looking at the world. Goodbye - disjointed information about organisations and a currency of activity and income, hello - whole system insights and a currency of outcomes and value. This session will explore making this a reality. Hearing from experts in outcome measurement, policy leads and East and North Hertfordshire CCG and chaired by Dr Mark Davies at MedeAnalytics, we will discuss this transition.

  • 14:00 - 14:30
    Using PHRs to Improve Patient Outcomes and Support Patient Self-Management

    A pioneer in paperless and personal health information, Adrian Byrne of University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust will here delve into some of the ways in which the trust is using PHRs to empower patients and deliver better care.

    • Supporting patients with prostate cancer through Patient Online, enabling 2,000 patients to use digital services and manage their long-term condition
    • Providing “transition workshops” to help patients better self-manage their condition, helping prevent complications, slow down deterioration of health and avoid the development of more problems
    • Helping Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients monitor their own wellbeing and communicate it to clinicians through journal entries, messaging and medical readings
    • Providing additional support tools in paediatrics, congenital cardiology and a pilot for patients with lymphoma
  • 15:00 - 15:30
    Realising technological change in practice

    For all the optimistic talk of digital transformation, implementation in reality often proves far more problematic. With a range of experience from the NHS, private sector and as a member of the National Information Board, Alex Kafetz will detail how this might be effectively done on the frontline.

    • Bridging the gap between rhetoric and reality
    • Engaging with stakeholders, suppliers and SMEs at a local level
    • Key tips and lessons for the NHS in adopting the right tech solutions
  • * Please note agenda may be subject to change
September 28, 2016
  • Introducing the HETT Seminar Theatre 2

    The HETT Seminar Theatres will showcase a range of best practice technology transformation case studies as well as information that drills down into key topic areas. These intimate, yet interactive sessions are your opportunity to hear from key stakeholders and leading organisations in a close-knit environment of specialists, in order to gain practical advice for application in the areas that matter most.

    This seminar programme is designed to allow you to understand and tackle key challenges facing the technology in healthcare sector, with a chance to pose questions to the full range of stakeholders, in a place where your voice will be heard. The goal is to gain mixed views on ongoing initiatives, advances and policy, with the ultimate aim of ascertaining a clear path for development.

  • 09:30 - 10:00
    Technology meets culture

    With work being done to promote innovation across the system, we are increasingly using technology to solve issues in the NHS. We often consider technology to be the solution to many problems but in this presentation, the NHS Leadership Academy will examine why this isn’t the whole story.

    • Technology is not always the answer
    • The importance of learning cultures
    • Methods for delivering lasting change
  • 10:30 - 11:00
    Establishing a framework for digital change

    The NHS London Procurement Partnership has been developing a Clinical and Digital Information Systems Framework (CDIS) to support the government’s digital strategy. In this session, Steve Dunkerley will offer some insights into the new framework and the benefits it offers.

    • Enabling health and social care organisations to be fully compliant with the Personalised Health and Care 2020 digital framework
    • Combining the benefits of an EPR system with integration and interoperable digital tools
    • Providing real-time digital information and comprehensive data on the outcomes and values of services provided
  • 11:30 - 12:30
    People. Technology. Data. Action.

    Optum is a unique health services company, bringing together advanced analytics and a range of expertise to make the world a healthier place. In this session they will reveal insights into using technology, data and know-how to power modern healthcare.

    • Working in collaboration- experiences partnering with 156 NHS organisation to modernise and deliver better patient care
    • Making proactive use of big data and consumer engagement platforms to deliver patient-centred care
    • New insights from analysis of data to deliver healthcare more efficiently

     

  • 13:00 - 14:00
    Better care. Connected care.

    For this session, Intersystems will discuss the ways in which they have collaborated with healthcare organisations to improve data management, interoperability and health information systems through the UK and beyond.

    • Sharing composite health records which intelligently aggregate patient data across organisations for real-time access by clinicians
    • Using technology to engage patients and healthcare professionals
    • Rich analytics-based population health functions enabling the real-time monitoring of at-risk populations, reporting and research
  • 14:30 - 15:00
    Technology Products for the Health Sector – Saving time and money through catalogue and aggregation options
    • Introduction to the TP2  - hear about our innovative consultation process and resulting framework structure
    • Learn how to take part in CCS e-auctions and the benefits of aggregated procurements, with Health-related case study examples
    • Preview of our new hardware and software catalogue
  • 15:40 - 16:10
    Injecting reality: Transforming data into better drug services in Wales

    This session describes how the Substance Misuse Programme in Public Health Wales used Tableau to visualise data on the ‘invisible’ population of injecting drug users in Wales to produce locally insightful, empowering and actionable knowledge for drug services across the country.

    Key learnings from the project include:

    • How to developing effective dashboards for highly dispersed organisations
    • Visualising data in ways that empower frontline staff and management
    • Scaling from concept to pilot to national roll-out
    • The transformative power of effective data visualisation in health services
  • * Please note agenda may be subject to change
September 28, 2016
  • Introducing the HETT Seminar Theatre 3

    The HETT Seminar Theatres will showcase a range of best practice technology transformation case studies as well as information that drills down into key topic areas. These intimate, yet interactive sessions are your opportunity to hear from key stakeholders and leading organisations in a close-knit environment of specialists, in order to gain practical advice for application in the areas that matter most.

    This seminar programme is designed to allow you to understand and tackle key challenges facing the technology in healthcare sector, with a chance to pose questions to the full range of stakeholders, in a place where your voice will be heard. The goal is to gain mixed views on ongoing initiatives, advances and policy, with the ultimate aim of ascertaining a clear path for development.

  • 09:30 - 10:30
    Improving efficiency with Smart decision support systems and Artificial Intelligence

    An insight into the world of smart decision systems and artificial intelligence in healthcare around the world. There will be a particular focus on what is being used in the UK and in the NHS with a case study on the Dudley CCG Vanguard site.

    Advanced and Sensely have been working together to produce Olivia, a virtual nurse who can assess patients using the intelligence of a clinical decision support engine. Olivia is available through a downloadable app on both the android and IOS platforms and also through kiosks or over the web.

  • 11:00 - 12:00
    The good, the bad and the ugly…. of health data interoperability and security

    Over the past decade, healthcare stakeholders have implemented a health information technology (health IT) infrastructure to access, send and receive electronic health data. However healthcare organisations have not invested sufficiently in robust IT security measures than can protect and encrypt health data in electronic health record (HER) systems, interfaces, repositories, databases, connected medical devices and personal devices.
    Once the context will be exposed we will develop

    • The Bad : How lack of basic cyber hygiene can expose healthcare institution and health data
    • The Ugly : How and why cyber criminality is adopting corporate best practices to increase the efficiency of their attacks
    • The good : How to develop a strategy that prepare and monitor attacks, respond and recover from breaches.

    Ultimately we’ll show, based on use cases, how Enovacom interoperability and security expertise can help your data integration and interchange strategy for better care outcomes and reputation.

  • 12:30 - 13:30
    Delivering open, flexible and comprehensive e-health solutions

    With over 100,000 users in the Nordic region and UK, Cambio Health's COSMIC healthcare system has proven a powerful platform for clinical care support and patient administration. Cambio will discuss how to effectively deliver e-Health solutions that are both efficient and humane.

    • Ensuring technology is responsive to core stakeholders by working in close cooperation with doctors, nurses and managers
    • Using an integrated e-Health system to support clinical practice and patient management
    • How effective use of e-Health can ensure patients' active participation in their care and treatment
  • 14:00 - 14:30
    Digital Maturity & Local Digital Roadmaps from a Local Government Perspective

    Local Authorities as well as social care providers are increasingly using digital and technology to support the delivery of health and care. The Local Government Association has been working with the National Information Board and a range of stakeholders to support this agenda.

    This session will:

    • Provide the headline results from the digital maturity self-assessment for social care and provide examples of how technology is transforming social care commissioning and delivery
    • Give a Local Government perspective on the Local Digital Roadmaps in the context of locally led transformation
    • Outline how the integration of health and care integration can be enabled through the use of digital technologies
    • Provide recommendations for future activity in this area
  • 15:00 - 15:30
    Public services in a digital world – “It’s all about the person”

    A pioneering industry leader in the provision of technology to the public sector, IEG4 will discuss how the full picture of the citizen’s needs often extends beyond the view possessed by the NHS and Social Care organisations.  Consequently, this drives the need to:

    • Promote self-help and earlier intervention to prevent full-blown crises and retain independence for as long as possible.
    • Meet support needs effectively through data sharing, collaboration, process transparency and effective communication
    • Understand that in a digital world, information about the person's needs may hold the key
    • Develop an effective response through vision, leadership, and cultural change
  • * Please note agenda may be subject to change
September 28, 2016
  • Introducing the HETT Seminar Theatre 4

    The HETT Seminar Theatres will showcase a range of best practice technology transformation case studies as well as information that drills down into key topic areas. These intimate, yet interactive sessions are your opportunity to hear from key stakeholders and leading organisations in a close-knit environment of specialists, in order to gain practical advice for application in the areas that matter most.

    This seminar programme is designed to allow you to understand and tackle key challenges facing the technology in healthcare sector, with a chance to pose questions to the full range of stakeholders, in a place where your voice will be heard. The goal is to gain mixed views on ongoing initiatives, advances and policy, with the ultimate aim of ascertaining a clear path for development.

  • 10:00 - 10:30
    Delivering the patient-centred care of the future

    Health 2020 are a key player in ‘Making Health Personal’ by giving people the information, understanding and confidence to take a meaningful role in their health and wellbeing. For this presentation, Julia will look at the progress achieved and journey yet to be made in providing personalised care.

    • Powerful and practical ideas for improving patient-centred care
    • Making health personal in a sustainable way through the sharing of knowledge and shaping of healthcare to fit the experiences and culture of the individual.
    • Identifying pioneers in patient-centred care and how to replicate their success
  • 11:30 - 12:30
    Patient flow efficiency in outpatients

    Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board is one of the largest Health Board in Wales. It is responsible for delivering primary, secondary, and tertiary services to approximately 600,000 patients.

    There are 4 acute hospitals including Morriston Hospital which is the Major Trauma Centre for Swansea and South West Wales

    As part of the £100 million re-development investment into Morriston Hospital, a new outpatient department was built with the aim of delivering a first class outpatient service.

    A new building meant bringing together a considerable number of services under one roof that had previously operated in silos and implement a standard way of working.

    The primary objective of the project was to implement an electronic patient flow solution that;-

    • limits unnecessary waits
    • improves  patient experience
    • creates a paper ‘lite’ environment
    • improves data quality
    • maximises use of electronic information and technology to support patient care

    The presentation describes the journey of the life cycle of the project, the key themes and the lessons learned.

  • 13:00 - 13:30
    Using Electronic Prescribing & Medicines Administration to Deliver Service Improvement

    This seminar will give practical examples of how the Royal Cornwall hospital is using the data within the EPMA system to drive service improvement through facilitating new ways of working, improving patient safety and informing service and pathway reviews.

    It aims to highlight to CCIOs and other interested parties the importance of having the capabilities within their teams to access and manipulate data, outside of their procured EPMA solution, to deliver further added value to EPMA deployments.

    • Secondary use of data- how RCHT is using data from the EPMA system to deliver service improvement.
    • Information management- planning for how to meet the information needs of the organisation and some of the challenges.
    • Looking forward- digitalization, automation and interoperability
  • 14:00 - 14:30
    Harnessing apps as a tool for clinicians & patients

    Spearheading an organisation championing digital in health, Charles will discuss the various ways in which apps can be put in the right hands with the right training for maximum impact.

    • Understanding how apps work: the importance of the care pathway
    • The challenges of assessing apps
    • Upcoming regulatory changes that will affect us all
    • The technology tariff
    • What more is needed to integrate them in to business-as-usual?
  • 14:50 - 15:20
    What is quality information?

    Speaking on behalf of the Patient Information Forum, Mark Duman will explore the ways in which information can add value to interactions between institutions and people as part of the greater shift towards open data and paperless.

    • Information therapy- offering a patient-centred choice of channels
    • Ensuring high value information - creating common standards of production
    • How providers can guarantee high quality delivery of information
  • 15:40 - 16:10
    Saving time, effort and energy in your office environment

    A well-established office technology specialist, Altodigital have worked closely with Trusts and Authorities to develop specific solutions for the health sector's unique needs and objectives.

    • Capturing, collating, storing and distributing vital information and data electronically
    • Using barcodes and photo ID to increase patient protection in routing documents to different locations
    • Implementing pre-printed medical forms and quick-print prescriptions to increase efficiency
  • * Please note agenda may be subject to change
September 28, 2016
  • Introducing the HETT Open Seminar Theatre

    The HETT Open Seminar Theatre showcases a range of leading digital initiatives from across the healthcare sector. The highly interactive 30 minute sessions are your opportunity to hear from the very best case studies and discuss how they can work for your organisation.

    This theatre programme is designed to allow you to fully understand how to deliver a successful digital strategy. The focus is on taking overall policy and applying it to real-world situations, showing how opportunities can be capitalised on and challenges overcome.

  • 09:45 - 10:15
    Responsible respiratory prescribing- RightBreathe digital prescribing portal

    Demonstration of the benefits of Right Breathe, a new NHS supported digital respiratory prescribing tool encompassing a website and app aimed at optimising prescribing decisions in primary care by providing standardised information of all the device-drug-dose combinations in the UK and inhaler technique videos.

    • How Right Breathe can help optimise prescribing decisions in primary care for asthma and COPD
    • Information on responsible prescribing in line with local guidelines for asthma and COPD using Right Breathe
    • Improving inhaler device use and medicine uptake with patient videos featured on Right Breathe
  • 10:45 - 11:15
    Transforming healthcare with the shift from physical to digital

    Through 3 NHS trust examples we will show how Pitney Bowes are assisting UK Healthcare transform inbound and outbound communications.

    • Automation of patient correspondence
    • Simplication of medical records digitisation process
    • Track and trace solutions for NHS deliveries
  • 11:45 - 12:15
    Enabling self-care through the Internet of Things

    One of the two Internet of Things ‘Test Beds’, Surrey & Borders NHS FT have been working with local partners as a part of an innovative two year project to use technology to enable people with dementia to live in their own homes for longer.

    • Combining sensors, wearables, monitors and others devices in the ‘Internet of Things’ to help patients monitor their health at home
    • Providing patients with information, insights and alerts to help people take control of their own health and wellbeing and enable health and social care staff to deliver more responsive services
    • Preventing or delaying the need for costly long term care in nursing homes and unplanned hospitals admissions or GP visits, thereby taking the pressure off other NHS services
  • 12:45 - 13:15
    Enhancing quality of life and end of life care through telehealth

    Airedale Partner’s Vanguard has been a pioneer in the use of Telehealth and Telemedicine in the UK and in applying this to deliver the Five Year Forward View through enhanced care delivery.

    • Using enabling technologies to support, vulnerable, frail elderly people with long term conditions and often approaching end of life
    • Developing a more proactive health and social care enabling model through optimising residents’ individual capabilities and building new models of care
    • Providing extended use of telemedicine, providing a single point of access to all aspects of specialist health and care advice
  • 13:45 - 14:15
    Leveraging the power of big data to ease pressure on vital services

    Wrightington, Wigan and Leight NHS Foundation Trust faced immense pressures on A&E in mid-July 2014, forcing a wholesale rethink of how they deal with demand. To this end they have been pioneers in the use of big data and complex algorithms to predict usage.

    • Using a suite of data reporting tools for A&E procurement and finance
    • Predicting demand on a daily and hourly basis to help anticipate demand, leading to a 18.75% reduction in the average length of stay in A&E
    • Going beyond the apps and digital tools- the cultural shift that has arisen from wider involvement of big data
  • 14:45 - 15:15
    Creating an integrated ‘Digital Hospital’ enabled by a population health model

    Wirral University has established a reputation as an exemplar of IT tech in the UK. As part of the ‘Wirral Partners’ vanguard it is supporting a new model of integrated care, replicating its own successful scheme to the wider health community.

    • Working in collaboration as part of the ‘Wirral Partners’ vanguard
    • Using integrated care teams to reduce readmissions and support people remaining at home
    • Identifying risk factors to reduce risks of falls and prevent fractures, thus helping patients to stay at home
  • * Please note agenda may be subject to change

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