Managing digital change in health and social care

22 November - 22 November The Met Hotel

Programme

  • 22 November

Registration opens, exhibition and refreshments

08:30 AM 10:00 AM

Breakfast session: The eHealth Programme in Northern Ireland: a five-year journey

09:00 AM 09:45 AM

Stephen  Beattie

Opening plenary: Managing digital change in health and social care

10:00 AM 11:20 AM

Indi  Singh

Cllr Judith  Blake

Matthew  Honeyman

Heather  Nelson

Sheila  Stewart

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:20 AM 11:50 AM

Breakout A: Electronic patient record implementation and beyond

11:50 AM 01:00 PM

Katherine Adams

Harry  Evans

Deborah McKee

Breakout B: Sharing records across health and social care

11:50 AM 01:00 PM

Alastair  Cartwright

Dr Robert Jeeves

Ruth Norris

Lee  Rickles

Alistair  Walling

Scott  Watson

Sammi Wilson

Breakout C: Utilising communication technologies

11:50 AM 01:00 PM

Dr Murray Ellender

Dave Horsfield

David Maguire

Suzanne  Morton

Mick  Ward

Breakout D: Digital literacy – improving the digital skills of your workforce and your population

11:50 AM 01:00 PM

Roz  Davies

Dr Victoria  Betton

SK Susan  Kennedy

Jason  Tutin

Buffet lunch and networking

01:00 PM 02:00 PM

Breakout A: Electronic patient record implementation and beyond

02:00 PM 03:10 PM

Katherine Adams

Harry  Evans

Deborah McKee

Breakout B: Sharing records across health and social care

02:00 PM 03:10 PM

Alastair  Cartwright

Ruth Norris

Lee  Rickles

Alistair  Walling

Scott  Watson

Sammi Wilson

Breakout C: Utilising communication technologies

02:00 PM 03:10 PM

Dr Murray Ellender

Dave Horsfield

David Maguire

Suzanne  Morton

Mick  Ward

Breakout D: Digital literacy – improving the digital skills of your workforce and your population

02:00 PM 03:10 PM

Roz  Davies

Dr Victoria  Betton

SK Susan  Kennedy

Jason  Tutin

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

03:10 PM 03:25 PM

Closing plenary: Practical tips for the spread and adoption of digital change within a locality

03:25 PM 04:30 PM

Sarah Moorhead

TR Tom  Riordan

Dylan Roberts

Richard  Stubbs

Close of conference

04:30 PM 04:30 PM

Sponsors

Event partners

Exhibitors

Speakers

Attendees

Alastair Cartwright

Director of Informatics
NHS Leeds CCG
Having worked in the health sector for more than 30 years, Alastair has held senior Information and IT roles in both secondary care and health commissioning. Alastair is a technology graduate and has been the Chief Information Officer for health commissioners in Leeds for more than five years. As Informatics Director he currently leads the Leeds Health and Care digital programme and is the digital SRO for the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Integrated Care System (ICS). He has chaired and sponsored a number strategic groups and initiatives including the Leeds Care Record Board, Leeds Information Governance Steering Group and the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Chief Information Officers network.

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Alistair Walling

Chief Clinical Information Officer
NHS Leeds CCG
Alistair has worked in the NHS for 15 years. He works as a local GP in Leeds. He has been involved in commissioning for the last 5 years with roles including Associate Director of Primary Care and the Clinical Leader of his CCG. He has always been interested in the use of technology to improve people’s health and wellbeing and in connecting and supporting professionals. He chairs the Leeds Informatics Board and Leeds Care Record Board, is the SRO for Helm, a person held record for the Yorkshire and Humber Local Health and Care Record Exemplar (LHCRE).

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Cllr Judith Blake

Leader
Leeds City Council
Cllr Judith Blake was elected as the first ever female Leader of Leeds City Council in May 2015. She has been a Labour Councillor since 1996 and represents Middleton & Belle Isle in Leeds.

She is the Council’s Executive Board Member for Economy and Culture and is playing a key role in attracting major national and international inward investment to Leeds.

22 November

Dave Horsfield

Digital, Innovation & Research Lead
NHS Liverpool CCG
Dave is the commissioner responsible for IT, digital care, innovation and research at Liverpool CCG.A key part of his role is to identify new ways of working with digital solutions and integrate them into current and future care pathways.He started this work in 2012 leading on the Liverpool multi agency programme funded by Innovate UK ‘dallas’ scheme focussing on the scaling up of digital health and care technology.Since then, Liverpool has developed a large scale telehealth programme supporting COPD, diabetes and heart failure patients integrated into community nursing services.Dave is now working on a number of technologies to support clinical services as part of a wide ranging digital programme including the development of technology through to service integration and evidence gathering for adoption at scale.

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22 November

David Maguire

Researcher
The King's Fund
David Maguire is a senior analyst in the policy team and is responsible for the analysis of quantitative data, using a range of methods, across topics including workforce, primary care, inequalities, productivity and social care.
Before joining the Fund, David worked at the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland where he supported managers to make their services more financially sustainable. He has an MA in health economics from the University of York and previous experience in the commissioning sector in Northern Ireland.

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22 November

Deborah McKee

Head of Clinical Systems Development/EPR
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Deborah has gained over 28 years of operational and project/programme management experience within the NHS and has a track record for engaging well with clinicians and delivering quality clinical IT solutions at scale.

Within operational management herfocus was managing service delivery, performance and service improvement achieving results through redesigning patient pathways and operational service delivery.

In recent years she has spearheaded the design, development and implementation of electronic patient records at the University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. As a result the Trust was one of the first to become paper-appropriate and achieve electronic clinical data capture in out patients, across all specialties, removing the need for paper-based medical records.

She now leads the in-house team who are responsible for enhancing UHB’s clinical systems and EPR. Her focus is continue to design, develop and implement UHB’s electronic patient record. She is also one of the Trust leads for the Trust’s Global Digital Exemplar programme.

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22 November

Dr Murray Ellender

GP Partner
Chief Executive Officer, eConsult
Murray qualified from the University of London in 1999 and trained as an A&E doctor before starting his career in general practice. In 2006, he joined the Hurley Clinic and now works as a GP across all our sites. Murray leads on both digital and urgent care for the Group. He sits on various urgent care boards, including the Clinical Leadership Group for Urgent & Emergency Care, NHSE (London).

Recently he has increased his involvement promoting and developing our online eConsultoffer for both registered and urgent care patients. In October 2015 he took on the role of CEO of eConsult.

Murray stays fit by running marathons and helping look after his four children.

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Dr Robert Jeeves

NHS Digital
Dr Robert Jeeves is a GP in Middleton, Manchester. He works with the Summary Care Record Programme as their Primary Care Clinical Advisor - demonstrating the benefits of Summary Care Records to patients and the NHS, and enabling health and care organisations to release their potential.

22 November

Dr Victoria  Betton

Director
mHabitat
Victoria is founder and director of mHabitat - an NHS hosted organisation which supports people-centred digital innovation in health and care. She is a qualified social worker and coach with over twenty year’s experience in local government, third sector and the NHS. She has Masters degrees in Women’s Studies, Social Work and a Diploma in Public Sector Relations. Her doctoral research was on the theme of mental health and online social networks.

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22 November

Dylan Roberts

Chief Digital and Information Officer
Leeds City Council
Roberts oversees a range of collaborative change programs at a national, regional and city level. These include the Leeds place based Digital Health and Wellbeing Programme spanning deliverables across the seven Health and Care organisations across Leeds, the award winning Data Mill North open data platform and Observer Top 50 radicals Urban Sustainable Development Lab.

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Harry Evans

Researcher
The King's Fund
Harry is a researcher in the policy team. Before joining the Fund in 2016, Harry worked for three years at Ipsos MORI’s Social Research Institute, focusing on health research, working with a range of health sector organisations, including NHS England and the Department of Health. At Ipsos MORI, Harry worked on the GP Patient Survey, and also had a special interest in speaking to the public about their health data and in emerging health technologies.
He holds a Masters in European language, culture and history from UCL.

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22 November

Heather Nelson

Chief Executive
Black Health Initiative
Heather is the Chief Executive of a regional charity with an extensive background and working knowledge of Equality and Diversity with the overall aim of Inclusion within the Education, Health and Social Care 3rd Sector.Heather also holds the position of the National Director of BME Cancer Voice, the only UK wide cancer programme having membership of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities who have a lived experience of cancer.

With over 25 years’ experience of working within the 3rd Sector Heather has built a phenomenal reputation amongst the partners she has worked with in both the Private and Public sectors.

Heather’s success is based around her recognised and successful effective community engagement and ability to reach and understand the complexities within culturally diverse cities.The ability to liaise and extrapolate information from within marginalised communities to reconcile with local joint strategic need assessments policies and services.

22 November

Indi Singh

Head of Architecture and Cyber Security
NHS England
Inderjit Singh spent 7 years with a global management consultancy delivering technology innovation across financial services, telecoms and retail sectors and the last 10 years in Healthcare firstly as a supplier and now as part of the NHS. He is now working on a number of strategic themes ata national level including leading up the Local Health and Care Records programme in establishing interoperable local longitudinal care records at circa 2-5m level populations across England to enable joined up care, population health and planning of services with citizen access and contribution.He also is the Head of Architecture and Cyber Security for NHS England and leading on board level engagement on the cyber agenda. He previously led a portfolio of strategic informatics programmes/ initiatives including Health Apps strategy for patients and public and the digital stream of the £20bn Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) challenge.

22 November

Jason  Tutin

Digital and Learning Development Manager
Leeds City Council
Jason has worked in digital leadership roles in Leeds Library and Information Service for over ten years.He is currently leading the 100% Digital Leeds digital inclusion programme, bringing people and organisations together to remove barriers and improve outcomes for everyone.

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22 November

Katherine Adams

Transformation Manager
Homerton University Hospital and Discovery project
Kathy Adams is currently a Transformation Manager working for the Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation trust in East London. She has a background in Emergency Nursing with almost 10 years at Senior Sister level, she subsequently moved into Service and Quality Improvement, and was the Implementation and Training Lead when the Homerton Hospital went paper-lite across all Inpatient areas in 2015. She has subsequently led on improvement programmes for deteriorating patients and Outpatients using digital solutions to improve workflow, safety and patient experience.

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22 November

Lee Rickles

Head of Digital Delivery, and Health CIO
Humber NHS Foundation Trust 
Yorkshire & Humber Programme Director and Chief Information Officer at Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

Lee has 25 years of project and programme management experience. The first decade was based on UK military aircraft project for the T-45 Goshawk, Sea Harrier, AV-8B and Nimrod. During this time Lee lead the restoration of a Sea Fury for the Royal Navy Historic Flight which he handed over to HRH Prince Andrew.

The last 15 years have been focused in the NHS managing digital projects, programmes, IT services and BI for NHS organisations. He has also had significant experience in the development of provider and commissioner information strategies; development and procurement of Information Technology Services and clinical systems as a supplier or as a commissioner. Lee is responsible for Humber development, delivery and realisation of benefits for Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust’s digital plan. Lee is now leading the Local Health Care Record Exemplar programme for Yorkshire & Humber.

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22 November

Matthew Honeyman

Researcher
The King's Fund
As a researcher in the policy team, Matthew contributes to the Fund's research and analysis on a range of projects across health and social care policy and practice. His recent work has covered pressures in general practice and the integration of mental and physical health care.
Matthew has a special interest in the relationship between health care, public policy and digital technology, and writes about how new technology can be deployed in the health system. He is a member of the scientific committee for the Fund’s annual Digital Health and Care Congress.

Before joining the Fund, Matthew worked as a researcher and co-ordinator at the Innovation Unit, a social enterprise that works with public services to reshape the services they deliver. Matthew has also worked as an intern at University College London's Constitution Unit.

He holds a philosophy, politics and economics degree from Oxford University.

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Mick Ward

Chief Officer Transformation and Innovation
Leeds City Council 
Mick Ward is Chief Officer, Transformation and Innovation, for the Adults and Health Directorate for Leeds City Council, This is a new role, focussing on Asset Based Community Development, Digital Health and Wellbeing, Service Transformation and Equality.

He is from Leeds and has worked for social care for 40 years, initially as a Care Assistant, before developing and managing a range of services for disabled people and then moving into commissioning for both Adult Social Care and the NHS, initially focussed on services for disabled people and older people. This developed into an expanded joint role as Deputy Director across the Local Authority and the CCG’s in Leeds, leading on commissioning across a wide range of health and care services, before changing into his new role.

Mick has a strong commitment to the social model of disability, citizenship, communities, culture, equality and diversity, and working in partnership.

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Nicola Blackwood

Chair
Human Tissue Authority
Nicola was appointed as Chair of the Human Tissue Authority for 3 years from 13 March 2018.

Nicola was previously the Member of Parliament (MP) for Oxford West and Abingdon, representing that constituency from 2010 until 2017. She was Chair of the Science and Technology Select Committee between June 2015 and July 2016, and held the position of Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health and Innovation between July 2016 and June 2017.

Nicola is currently on the board of Oxford University Innovations and the Campaign for Science and Engineering, an Advisory Board Member of Push Doctor and Eagle Genomics.

She is also a Trustee of a Special School Academy near her home, as well as the Patron of Oxford Philharmonia and an Ambassador for One HealthTech.

Richard Stubbs

Chief Executive Officer
Yorkshire and Humber AHSN
Richard is the CEO of the Yorkshire & Humber AHSN, an organisation that connects NHS and academic organisations, local authorities, the third sector and industry to facilitate change across whole health and social care economies, with a clear focus on increasing economic growth and improving outcomes for patients. Prior to this Richard was the AHSN’s Commercial Director providing executive leadership on all commercial, innovation and wealth creation objectives. Previous roles include the AHSN’s Commercial Director, the Head of Commercial and International Innovation at NHS England and Managing Director of NHS Global.

Prior to this Richard created the NHS Innovation Challenge Prizes at the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, a role that involved improving the culture of innovation in NHS organisations. He was a core member of the NHS National Leadership Council and has previous acute and commissioning senior management experience.

Richard is an alumni of the NHS Top Leaders and non-executive director of the Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership. He is also a non-executive director of Maltby Learning Trust, a multi-academy trust of secondary and primary schools across Rotherham.
Richard is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Leadership Fellow of St George’s House, Windsor Castle.

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Roz Davies

Director for Social Inclusion
Good Things Foundation
She has spent over 20 years working and volunteering in local government, the NHS and the third sector in a range of social inclusion areas including as Principal Director for Localities and Communities at New Economics Foundation, as Managing Director of Digital Charity Leader of the Year Sheffield Flourish and as a Non Executive Director for Care Opinion.

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22 November

Ruth Norris

Head of Strategic Relations
Connected Health Cities
Ruth is responsible for leading strategic planning and external partnerships for the Department of Health funded Connected Health Cities programme. Ruth is responsible for identifying, creating and sustaining strategic partnerships across networks of academic, industry and NHS partners to deliver sustainable data driven health research at scale. Ruth is APMP qualified, and an active advocate of interdisciplinary and team science models.

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22 November

Sammi Wilson

Senior Implementation & Business Change Manager, SCR Product Lead
NHS Digital
Sammi Wilson is a Senior Implementation and Business Change Manager and the SCR Product Lead at NHS Digital. She has over 12 years’ experience working in healthcare IT within the private and public sector. She also has a real passion for improving patient care through the use of technology.

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Sarah Moorhead

Head of Integration and Electronic Healthcare Record
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
I am an aspiring female digital leader in healthcare with 15 years’ experience in Digital Health. In my current role at LTHT I lead on the delivery of the Trusts home grown EHR. With a team of 24 staff I deliver an Electronic Healthcare Record to over an 18,000 strong workforce to improve the delivery of safe an efficient care to patients.

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Scott Watson

Director of Greater Manchester Interoperability
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust 
Scott is an experienced software developer with over 20 years’ experience in multiple sectors. In 2006 he commenced working in health as the technical director for a genomics company specialising in genomics and pathology quality management systems. Scott joined the NHS in 2010 working for Central Manchester Foundation Trust as a technical manager and then at The Christie Foundation Trust as the Chief Information Officer in 2013.

Scott is currently on secondment as the Director of GM Integration for Salford Royal Foundation Trust leading the technical team for the recently won a Local Health and Care Exemplar award from NHS England.

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Sheila Stewart

Associate Director of Informatics
Wirral University Hospital Trust  
Over the last ten years, Sheila has overseen the implementation and management of Wirral Millennium, the trust’s whole hospital electronic patient record system based on Cerner’s portfolio of products. During this time she has been responsible for the replacement of all of the Trust’s clinical IT systems including e-prescribing and medicines administration, PAS, PACS, ED, radiology, pathology, theatres, maternity and order communication. The increased usage of all digital tool in the Trust has resulted in being awarded Global Digital Exemplar status.

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Stephen Beattie

eHealth Programme Manager
Business Services Organisation, Northern Ireland 
Stephen has worked in the ICT industry for over 25 years in a range of public and private sector organisations. He has a background in ICT training and was recently Head of ICT for 10 years with the Northern Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland. He is currently eHealth Programmes Manager with Business Services Organisation Information Technology Services leading on the ongoing development of the successful Northern Ireland Electronic Care Record.

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Susan Kennedy

Educationalist and Project Director
Building a Digital Ready Workforce

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Suzanne Morton

Senior Development Officer
Leeds Beckett University and Leeds City Council
Suzanne has over 10 years’ experience developing and managing projects and services across health and social care and now works in the technology and innovation space.

Suzanne has a partnership role across Leeds Beckett University and Leeds City Council, feeding into the development of the health innovation ecosystem of the city and also managing the Leeds site for two Horizon2020 projects, both part of the IoT strand of funding from the EU.

She also manages a pop-up project working to drive innovation and inclusion through co-design sessions relating to assistive technology, engaging citizens and relevant stakeholders.

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Tom Riordan

Chief Executive
Leeds City Council

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Toby Page

Solutions Architect
Leeds City Council
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Chris Grant

Assistant Medical Director
North West Ambulance Service
GM

Giles Marcus

Business Development Manager
Siemens Healthineers
MO

Michael O'Donnell

Project Lead
St Anne's Community Services
MF

Mark Fennelly

Regional Operations Manager and Head of IT
St Anne's Community Services
IM

Irfan Mohammed

Strategic Partnerships Lead
Novartis
SP

Steven Pink

Chief Executive
SELDOC Ltd
AB

Anastasia Berry

Policy Manager, Welfare and Technology
MS Society
BS

Bridget Sproston

Market Access and Partnerships Manager
Novo Nordisk
EB

Elaine Brown

Project Manager, Office of National Clinical Advisor and Group Lead for Acute Hospitals
Health and Safety Executive
AS

Anne Schou

Market Access Manager
Novo Nordisk
RP

Richard Preston

Solutions Architect
Philips
RW

Richard Wild

Chief Executive Officer
GTS- Government Technology Services
GP

Gregor Peden

Chief Clinical Information Officer
Isle of Man Government
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Anne Heath

Head of Digital Strategy
NHS Norwich CCG
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Caroline Pickstone

Associate Director (Digital Innovation)
Clinical Research Network, National Institute for Health Research
KJ

Karin Jackson

Chief Executive
Northern Ireland Blood Transfusion Service
KD

Keith Darragh

Director of Adult Social Care (Resources)
Salford Royal NHS FT
JR

Jayne Rooke

Programme Manager
Arden and GEM CSU
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Craig Young

Programme Manager
HSCNI Business Services Organisation
NH

Nicky Harvey

Programme Manager
HSCNI Business Services Organisation
JA

Joanne Allison

Operations Service Manager
HSCNI Business Services Organisation
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Ian Mcloughlin

Professor of Management
Monash University
CB

Carla Bartlett

Head of Speech and Language Therapy
Cygnet Healthcare LTD
JS

John Stroud

Computer Audit Professional Lead
Audit South West
LB

Louis Bradshaw

Head of Clinical Informatics
Marie Curie
KH

Karen Howell

Chief Executive
Wirral Community NHS FT
MG

Mark Greatrex

Chief Finance Officer and Deputy CEO
Wirral Community NHS FT
JS

John Spriggs-Taylor

Trustee
P3
SH

Stephanie Harris

Business Support Manager
Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust
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Janina Cross

Chief Digital Transformation Officer
West of England Academic Health Science Network South Plaza
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Christopher Lodge

Service User Researcher
Spectrum Centre Mental Health Research
PB

Paul Braben

Business Partner
North Lincolnshire Council
RB

Richard Bulmer

ICT Transformation Specialist
North Lincolnshire Council
FW

Frank Wood

Chief Analyst
NHS Leeds CCG and Leeds City Council
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Pavan Dharwali

Head of Applications Development
Cygnet Healthcare
JS

John Sell

Information Improvement Officer
Calderdale Council
FP

Francesca Properzi

Research Manager
Deloitte
GC

Gill Combes

Deputy Lead, CLAHRC West Midlands Theme 4
University of Birmingham
MG

Mark Gregson

Head of Digital Care Services
Kettering General Hospital NHS FT
HP

Helen Podmore

Workforce Transformation Lead
Health Education England
HB

Hanna Bottomley

Data and Analytics Coordinator
South Yorkshire Housing Association
MA

Matt Armstrong

Senior Manager, Pharmacy Contract and Project Development
Boots UK
KM

Karen Mitchell

Consultant Chemical Pathologist
Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS FT
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Richard Wyatt-Haines

Director
Health and Care Videos
JW

Joanne Wilkes

Senior Consultant
NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU
RH

Ralph Hibberd

Research Officer
London School of Economics and Political Science
RP

Ravinder Pabial

Strategic Executive
Roche Diagnostics
RM

Richard Mangeolles

Integrated Care Business Lead
Agfa Healthcare
BF

Bill Fawcett

Chief Information Officer
Leeds and York Partnership FT
DG

Dawn Greaves

Digital Programme Manager
West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership
SH

Stephen Hillocks

Senior Project Manager
Business Services Organisation, Health and Social Care, Northern Ireland
AB

Alexandra Brownrigg

Project Manager
Business Services Organisation, Northern Ireland 
SB

Stephen Beattie

eHealth Programme Manager
Business Services Organisation, Northern Ireland 
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Indi Singh

Head of Architecture and Cyber Security
NHS England
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Sheila Stewart

Associate Director of Informatics
Wirral University Hospital Trust
HE

Harry Evans

Researcher
The King's Fund
DM

Deborah McKee

Head of Clinical Systems Development/EPR
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT
KA

Katherine Adams

Transformation Manager
Homerton University Hospital
GT

Gareth Thomas

Clinical Director, Strategy and Innovation
Salford Royal NHS FT
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Alastair Cartwright

Director of Informatics
NHS Leeds CCG
AW

Alistair Walling

Chief Clinical Information Officer
NHS Leeds CCG
LJ

Liz Jones

Project Manager - IMT
Lincolnshire STP
DS

David Smith

IMT Lead
Lincolnshire STP
RN

Robin Naudi

Manager
Baxendale Advisory Ltd
LR

Lee Rickles

Head of Digital Delivery, and Health CIO
Humber NHS Foundation Trust 
SW

Scott Watson

Director of Greater Manchester Interoperability
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust 
RJ

Robert Jordan

SCR Product Delivery Manager
NHS Digital

Dr Robert Jeeves

SCR Primary Care Lead
NHS Digital
Dr Robert Jeeves is a GP in Middleton, Manchester. He works with the Summary Care Record Programme as their Primary Care Clinical Advisor - demonstrating the benefits of Summary Care Records to patients and the NHS, and enabling health and care organisations to release their potential.

Sammi Wilson

SCR IBC Lead
NHS Digital
Sammi Wilson is a Senior Implementation and Business Change Manager and the SCR Product Lead at NHS Digital. She has over 12 years’ experience working in healthcare IT within the private and public sector. She also has a real passion for improving patient care through the use of technology.
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Murray Ellender

Chief Executive Officer
eConsult
DH

Dave Horsfield

Digital, Innovation & Research Lead
NHS Liverpool CCG
SK

Susan Kennedy

Educationalist and Project Director
Building a Digital Ready Workforce
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Nicola Blackwood

Chair
Human Tissue Authority
RS

Richard Stubbs

Chief Executive Officer
Yorkshire and Humber AHSN
HN

Heather Nelson

Chief Executive
Black Health Initiative
MH

Matthew Honeyman

Researcher
The King's Fund
HE

Harry Evans

Researcher
The King's Fund
DM

David Maguire

Senior data analyst
The King's Fund
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Tom Riordan

Chief Executive
Leeds City Council
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Judith Blake

Leader
Leeds City Council
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Mick Ward

Chief Officer Transformation and Innovation
Leeds City Council
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Suzanne Morton

Senior Development Officer
Leeds City Council
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Victoria Betton

Director
mHabitat
JT

Jason Tutin

Digital and Learning Development Manager
Leeds City Council
RD

Roz Davies

Director for Social Inclusion
Good Things Foundation
EK

Eve Kissane

Graduate Trainee – Project and Programme Delivery
NHS Digital
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Samantha Robinson

Head of Operations
NHS Digital
KM

Katie McCall

Digital Communications and Event Coordinator
Greater Manchester Connected Health City
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Claire Smith

Head of Operations
Connected Health Cities Hub
KS

Kuldeep Sohal

Programme Manager
Bradford Institute for Health Research
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Aneela McAvoy

Project Manager
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
SM

Sarah Moorhead

Head of Integration and EHR
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
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Ruth Norris

Head of Strategic Relations
Connected Health Cities
CH

Christine Hughes

Communications and Engagement Manager
NHS Wakefield CCG
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Leanne Winfield

Volunteer
LYPFT / Leeds CCG
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James Andrew Kennedy

Belfast Health & Social Care Trust

Gowling WLG

Gowling WLG is an international law firm with more than 1,400 legal professionals in 18 cities worldwide. We have a team of experts in health and care issues, advising clients on matters ranging from new care models, real estate transactions, procurement, competition, employment and investigations/inquests. Whatever your health and care requirements, we have a specialist who can help.

Intersystems

InterSystems is supporting healthcare transformation around the world making the vision of connected health and care a reality.
We enable every care provider in every care setting secure access to a shared electronic health and care record for each patient, giving them all available information to help them make quicker and safer decisions.

Our products combine complete information, intuitive workflow and embedded analytics to:
  • Reduce unwarranted variation in care
  • Promote adherence to consistent standards
  • Provide evidence based clinical decision support
  • Minimise reliance on remembering
  • Improve patient outcomes
  • Advance population health understanding and management

Creating an environment that enables informed patient engagement and facilitates easier access to services.Where you’re not only capturing and sharing information, but you’re able to immediately understand and act on that information through embedded analytics and decision support.

Over 85 NHS Trusts and Boards are using InterSystems Technology to connect and share information between disparate clinical systems, we know connected care is improved care.

Orion Health

Orion Health is a global company that develops software to drive efficiency in healthcare and improve healthcare outcomes. We deliver technology solutions for interoperability, smarter hospitals, population health management and precision medicine. Built on an open data platform, our end-to-end solution, aligned to the NHS Five Year Forward View, helps you to manage all types of health related data; identify and prioritise your patients’ needs at a population and individual level; effectively coordinate and manage patient care, and proactively drive wellness across the community.

NHS Digital

NHS Digital is the national information and technology partner to the health and social care system.

We’re the forefront of the drive to transform the health and care system using digital technology. Our vision is to harness the power of information and technology to make health and care better.

Our work with data and technology supports better health and care in the NHS and develops services that empower citizens and makes taxpayers money go further.

Come to our stand to find out how the work we do could support your organisation.

Leeds Healthy Partnership

Wellbeing starts with people; our connections with family, friends and colleagues; the behaviour, care and compassion we show one another; the environment we create to live together.
We all have a part to play in Leeds being a healthy city with high quality services.
The Health and Wellbeing Board helps to achieve our ambition of Leeds being a healthy and caring city for all ages, where people who are the poorest, improve their health the fastest.

NHS Digital

NHS Digital is the national information and technology partner to the health and social care system.

We’re the forefront of the drive to transform the health and care system using digital technology. Our vision is to harness the power of information and technology to make health and care better.

Our work with data and technology supports better health and care in the NHS and develops services that empower citizens and makes taxpayers money go further.

Come to our stand to find out how the work we do could support your organisation.

Leeds Health and Wellbeing Board

The Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) is a group of senior representatives from health and care organisations across Leeds, the community sector, Safer Leeds and Healthwatch. The Board helps to achieve our ambition of Leeds being a healthy and caring city for all ages, where people who are the poorest, improve their health the fastest. Working collectively, with the strengths and assets of Leeds people, the Board oversees, influences and shapes action to ensure Leeds is a healthy city with high quality services.

IBM

IBM Watson Health aspires to improve lives and give hope by delivering innovation, through data and cognitive insights, to address the world’s most pressing health challenges. The organization is working to use advanced technologies to help people expand their knowledge base, improve their productivity, and deepen their expertise. 

The King's Fund

The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England.

Our mission describes how we will achieve this:
  • through our research and policy analysis
  • through the work we do with individuals, organisations and communities building their capability, supporting them to adopt best practice and share learning
  • by bringing people together through events and networks to discuss and learn from evidence from the United Kingdom and across the world
  • by promoting greater understanding of health and care policy and practice – helping people to make sense of a complex and rapidly changing environment.

IEG4

Enabling digital transformation that is simply effective for everyone

Whether it be in local government, housing or health & social care our focus is on delivering the best user experiences whilst simultaneously optimising service delivery. We don't simply iterate on what others do as we believe technology is an enabler of change.

IEG4 are proud to deliver:

  • Digital assessment and process automation software for Continuing Healthcare assessments in NHS CCGs – CHC2DST
  • Disruptive technology driving change in Continuing Healthcare utilising software as an enabler
  • NHS England SBRI winner
  • NHS Innovation and Technology programme finalist for CHC2DST
  • Citizen facing software services for over 80 Local Authorities.

IEG4 has been recognised at a global level by Microsoft for many of its innovations and has been Microsoft Partner of the Year for Government.

CorrMed

CorrMed, the leading supplier of medical innovations for the healthcare market, is delighted to bring Visiba Care to the UK.

Visiba Care enables healthcare providers to set up their own branded digital practice. It is a safe and scalable platform that improves accessibility and increases efficiency. Within Visiba, our vision to reduce the demands on healthcare, is provided through a flexible solution that both facilitates and complements everyday life for healthcare professionals and patients.

Leaders in Northern Europe, Visiba Care is a leading platform for digital healthcare consultations.
Your patients, your digital practice

Connected Cities

Connected Health Cities is Department of Health funded programme of health service improvement operating in four city regions across the North of England.

Through a network of 8 research-intensive universities, 10 NHS Trusts and the 4 northern AHSNs Connected Health Cities is embedding learning health systems across multiple therapeutic areas of need.

Registration opens, exhibition and refreshments

08:30 AM 10:00 AM Met 1

Grab your badge, some refreshments and make your way to the Met Suite for the start of the breakfast session 
Breakfast

Breakfast session: The eHealth Programme in Northern Ireland: a five-year journey

09:00 AM 09:45 AM Met Suite, ground floor

The Northern Ireland Electronic Care Record (NIECR) was rolled out across the whole country in 2013, providing health and social care professionals with a single view of key patient information.

In this session, hear about the journey NIECR has been on, and how change has been managed along the way, including the latest developments around electronic referrals, medications management and a patient portal for a dementia cohort.

Stephen Beattie, eHealth Programme Manager, Business Services Organisation, Northern Ireland

This session is sponsored by Orion Health.

Speakers

Orion Health - breakfast session slides.pptx Download Link

Opening plenary: Managing digital change in health and social care

10:00 AM 11:20 AM Met Suite, ground floor

10.00am
Welcome and setting the scene
Cllr Judith Blake, Leader, Leeds City Council

10.05am
Welcome and introduction
Heather Nelson, Chief Executive, Black Health Initiative

10.10am
Digital change in health and social care
Matthew Honeyman, Researcher, The King’s Fund
  • Hear the findings from our recent project looking at organisations that have already undergone significant digital transformation and learn about the common challenges and benefits we have identified.

10.25am
The national perspective
Indi Singh, Head of Architecture and Cyber Security, NHS England
  • Hear the national perspective of how NHS England is supporting managing digital change in the NHS.

10.40am
Lessons from a Global Digital Exemplar
Sheila Stewart, Associate Director of Informatics, Wirral University Hospital Trust
  • Hear how the trust successfully manages digital change within its organisation and learn how it became one of the 16 acute global digital exemplars. 

10.55am
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:20 AM 11:50 AM Met 1, ground floor

Enjoy some refreshments and have a chat to the exhibitors before the start of the breakout sessions.

Take the time to decide which of the 4 breakouts you would like to attend. They will be repeated after lunch.
AM breakouts

Breakout A: Electronic patient record implementation and beyond

11:50 AM 01:00 PM Met Suite, ground floor

11.50am
Welcome and introduction
Harry Evans, Researcher, The King’s Fund

11.55am
Experiences from a Global Digital Exemplar (GDE)
Deborah McKee, Head of Clinical Systems Development and EPR, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
  • University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust is a Global Digital Exemplar. Hear how they overcame the barriers to implementing their electronic patient record. 

12.10pm
The Homerton University Hospital case study
Katherine Adams, Transformation Manager, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Learn how Homerton University Hospital have embarked on an extensive programme of work, including the launch of their EPR.

12.40pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Breakout A - Deborah McKee.pptx Download Link
Breakout A - Kathy Adams.pptx Download Link
AM breakouts

Breakout B: Sharing records across health and social care

11:50 AM 01:00 PM Met 2, ground floor

11.50am
Welcome and introduction
Ruth Norris, Head of Strategic Relations, Connected Health Cities

11.55am
Yorkshire and Humber Local Health and Care Record Exemplar: from local to regional
Alastair Cartwright, Director of Informatics NHS Leeds CCG
Alistair Walling, Chief Clinical Information officer, NHS Leeds CCG
Lee Rickles, Head of Digital Delivery, and Health CIO, Humber NHS Foundation Trust

Yorkshire and Humber is one of five areas chosen to become a local health and care record exemplar.
  • Learn about the regional collaboration across primary and secondary/tertiary care, community care, adult and children’s social care and mental health services. 

12.15pm
Greater Manchester Local Health and Care Record Exemplar
Scott Watson, Director of Greater Manchester Interoperability, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
  • Learn how Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership are integrating their health and care record across a large population.

12.20pm
Enriched summary care records (SCRs)
Dr Rob Jeeves, GP and SCR Primary Care Lead, NHS Digital
Sammi Wilson, SCR IBC Lead, NHS Digital

Many Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are using enriched SCRs so that other care organisations, including emergency departments, the ambulance service and NHS 111, can see detailed information about patients. This particularly benefits patients with complex long-term conditions, frailty or learning disabilities and saves time for GP practices who are supported to reduce duplicate data entry onto other systems or paper.
  • Hear how NHS Digital is working with CCGs to implement the use of enriched SCRs. 
  • Learn how different areas are targeting particular groups of patients to gain consent. 
  • See how other health care professionals are benefiting from the work taking place in primary care. 
  • Learn where SCRs can add value to local shared care records. 

12.35pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Breakout B - Alastair Cartwright.pdf Download Link
Breakout B - Dr Rob Jeeves.pdf Download Link
Breakout B - Scott Watson.pdf Download Link
AM breakouts

Breakout C: Utilising communication technologies

11:50 AM 01:00 PM Met 3, ground floor

11.50am
Welcome and introduction
David Maguire, Senior Analyst, The King’s Fund

11.55am
Implementing e-consultations
Dr Murray Ellender, GP Partner, Hurley Group, and Chief Executive Officer, eConsult
  • eConsult is an online consultation tool created by GPs, for GPs
  • Hear about best practice in using e-consultations to free up time for GPs.

12.10pm
More Independent (Mi) programme
Dave Horsfield, Digital, Innovation & Research Lead, NHS Liverpool CCG
  • Hear the latest updates from Liverpool CCG’s telehealth More Independent programme. 
  • Learn how the service is being scaled up to support between 4,000 and 5,000 patients a year. 

12.25pm
The Activage project
Mick Ward, Chief Officer Transformation and Innovation, Leeds City Council
Suzanne Morton, Senior Development Officer, Leeds Beckett University and Leeds City Council
  • ACTIVAGE is an Internet of things project aimed at prolonging and supporting the independent living of older adults in their living environments.
  • Learns how it responds to the real needs of caregivers, service providers and public authorities.

12.40pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Breakout C - Dave Horsfield.pdf Download Link
Breakout C - Dr Murray Ellender.pdf Download Link
Breakout C- Mick Ward.pdf Download Link
AM breakouts

Breakout D: Digital literacy – improving the digital skills of your workforce and your population

11:50 AM 01:00 PM Met 10, first floor

11.50am
Welcome and introduction
Dr Victoria Betton, Director, mHabitat

11.55am
Building a digital ready workforce
Susan Kennedy, Educationalist and Project Director, Building a Digital Ready Workforce 
  • Building a Digital Ready Workforce aims to help everyone in the health and care sector in England become comfortable enough with digital tools that they can contribute to digital transformation and deliver the outcomes of their role quicker, easier, safer and at a higher level of quality

12.20pm
100% DIGITAL LEEDS
Jason Tutin, Digital and Learning Development Manager, Leeds City Council
Roz Davies, Director for Social Inclusion, Good Things Foundation
  • Approximately 90,000 adults in Leeds are either offline and/or lack basic digital skills. 
  • Learn how Leeds council’s 100% DIGITAL LEEDS programme aims to ensure that digital inclusion brings positive outcomes for these people, including financial savings, reduced isolation, better employment prospects and improved health and wellbeing. 

12.40pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Breakout D - Jason Tutin.pptx Download Link
Breakout D - Roz Davies.pptx Download Link
Breakout D - Susan Kennedy.pptx Download Link
Lunch

Buffet lunch and networking

01:00 PM 02:00 PM

Enjoy some lunch and have a chat to the exhibitors before the attending a different breakout sessions.
PM Breakouts

Breakout A: Electronic patient record implementation and beyond

02:00 PM 03:10 PM Met Suite, ground floor

2.00pm
Welcome and introduction
Harry Evans, Researcher, The King’s Fund

2.05pm
Experiences from a Global Digital Exemplar (GDE)
Deborah McKee, Head of Clinical Systems Development and EPR, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
  • University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust is a Global Digital Exemplar. Hear how they overcame the barriers to implementing their electronic patient record.

2.20pm
The Homerton University Hospital case study
Katherine Adams, Transformation Manager, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Learn how Homerton University Hospital have embarked on an extensive programme of work, including the launch of their EPR.

2.50pm
Questions and discussion 

Speakers

PM Breakouts

Breakout B: Sharing records across health and social care

02:00 PM 03:10 PM Met 2, ground floor

2.00pm
Welcome and introduction
Ruth Norris, Head of Strategic Relations, Connected Health Cities

2.05pm 
Yorkshire and Humber Local Health and Care Record Exemplar: from local to regional
Alastair Cartwright,
Director of Informatics NHS Leeds CCG
Alistair Walling, Chief Clinical Information officer, NHS Leeds CCG
Lee Rickles, Head of Digital Delivery, and Health CIO, Humber NHS Foundation Trust

Yorkshire and Humber is one of five areas chosen to become a local health and care record exemplar.
  • Learn about the regional collaboration across primary and secondary/tertiary care, community care, adult and children’s social care and mental health services.

2.25pm
Greater Manchester Local Health and Care Record Exemplar
Scott Watson, Director of Greater Manchester Interoperability, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
  • Learn how Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership are integrating their health and care record across a large population.

2.30pm
Enriched summary care records (SCRs)
Dr Rob Jeeves, GP and SCR Primary Care Lead, NHS Digital
Sammi Wilson, SCR IBC Lead, NHS Digital

Many Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are using enriched SCRs so that other care organisations, including emergency departments, the ambulance service and NHS 111, can see detailed information about patients. This particularly benefits patients with complex long-term conditions, frailty or learning disabilities and saves time for GP practices who are supported to reduce duplicate data entry onto other systems or paper.
  • Hear how NHS Digital is working with CCGs to implement the use of enriched SCRs.
  • Learn how different areas are targeting particular groups of patients to gain consent.
  • See how other health care professionals are benefiting from the work taking place in primary care.
  • Learn where SCRs can add value to local shared care records.

2.45pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Breakout B - Alastair Cartwright.pdf Download Link
Breakout B - Dr Rob Jeeves.pdf Download Link
Breakout B - Scott Watson.pdf Download Link
PM Breakouts

Breakout C: Utilising communication technologies

02:00 PM 03:10 PM Met 3, ground floor

2.00pm 
Welcome and introduction
David Maguire, Senior Analyst, The King’s Fund

2.05pm
Implementing e-consultations
Dr Murray Ellender, GP Partner, Hurley Group, and Chief Executive Officer, eConsult
  • eConsult is an online consultation tool created by GPs, for GPs
  • Hear about best practice in using e-consultations to free up time for GPs.

2.20pm
More Independent (Mi) programme
Dave Horsfield, Digital, Innovation & Research Lead, NHS Liverpool CCG
  • Hear the latest updates from Liverpool CCG’s telehealth More Independent programme.
  • Learn how the service is being scaled up to support between 4,000 and 5,000 patients a year.

12.35pm
The Activage project
Mick Ward, Chief Officer Transformation and Innovation, Leeds City Council
Suzanne Morton, Senior Development Officer, Leeds Beckett University and Leeds City Council
  • ACTIVAGE is an Internet of things project aimed at prolonging and supporting the independent living of older adults in their living environments.
  • Learns how it responds to the real needs of caregivers, service providers and public authorities.

2.50pm
Questions and discussion 

Speakers

Breakout C - Dave Horsfield.pdf Download Link
Breakout C - Dr Murray Ellender.pdf Download Link
Breakout C- Mick Ward.pdf Download Link
PM Breakouts

Breakout D: Digital literacy – improving the digital skills of your workforce and your population

02:00 PM 03:10 PM Met 10, first floor

2.00pm
Welcome and introduction
Dr Victoria Betton, Director, mHabitat

2.05pm
Building a digital ready workforce
Susan Kennedy, Educationalist and Project Director, Building a Digital Ready Workforce
  • Building a Digital Ready Workforce aims to help everyone in the health and care sector in England become comfortable enough with digital tools that they can contribute to digital transformation and deliver the outcomes of their role quicker, easier, safer and at a higher level of quality

12.30pm
100% DIGITAL LEEDS
Jason Tutin, Digital and Learning Development Manager, Leeds City Council
Roz Davies, Director for Social Inclusion, Good Things Foundation
  • Approximately 90,000 adults in Leeds are either offline and/or lack basic digital skills.
  • Learn how Leeds council’s 100% DIGITAL LEEDS programme aims to ensure that digital inclusion brings positive outcomes for these people, including financial savings, reduced isolation, better employment prospects and improved health and wellbeing.

12.50pm
Questions and discussion 

Speakers

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

03:10 PM 03:25 PM Met 1, ground floor

Closing plenary: Practical tips for the spread and adoption of digital change within a locality

03:25 PM 04:30 PM Met Suite, ground floor

The NHS finds spreading innovation challenging. A recent report by The King’s Fund found that the fragmentation of the English NHS makes it hard to share what works.

This session will offer practical guidance about how to encourage the spread and adoption of digital change.

Welcome back
Tom Riordan, Chief Executive, Leeds City Council

3.30pm
Richard Stubbs, Chief Executive Officer, Yorkshire and Humber AHSN

3.40pm
Sarah Moorhead, Head of Integration and Electronic Healthcare Record, Digital Health Team, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

3.50pm
Panel session

  • Dr Victoria Betton, Director, mHabitat
  • Dylan Roberts, Chief Digital and Information Officer, Leeds City Council 
  • Sarah Moorhead, Head of Integration and Electronic Healthcare Record, Digital Health Team, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Richard Stubbs, Chief Executive Officer, Yorkshire and Humber AHSN

4.30pm
Close of conference

Speakers

Final plenary - Richard Stubbs.pptx Download Link
Final plenary - Sarah Moorhead.pptx Download Link

Close of conference

04:30 PM 04:30 PM