Health & Care
Transformation 2022

Transforming the Health & Care Sector in Scotland

Wednesday 16 March 2022 | Technology & innovation Centre, Glasgow | live

HEALTH AND CARE TRANSFORMATION 2022 IS THE MUST ATTEND ANNUAL CONFERENCE FOR HEALTH LEADERS DRIVING CHANGE WITHIN THEIR ORGANISATIONS

AGENDA LIVE IN JANUARY 2022
The conference welcomes decision-makers and clinicians from across NHS Scotland, government and third sectors to take part in a series of focused discussions on the future of digital healthcare as Scotland looks to rebuild and remobilise its health service.

What key innovations were progressed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and how will the next generation digital services aid recovery and create sustainable, quality services to meet the needs of citizens.
TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE
The conference will analyse the Scottish Government’s post-crisis strategies, how they will be delivered and the unprecedented set of opportunities they offer to innovations in the healthcare service.

We will consider how opening up data could help support new products and services created by Scotland's startup community.

Healthcare service leaders and industry partners will convene to explore the way forward to continually digitise the NHS while connecting and empowering people in the age of technology-led healthcare solutions.
Why Attend
You will learn about the latest digital and data thinking made at the highest level delivered by Scotland’s government and health and care leaders.

Find out how issues raised in the refreshed digital health and care strategy - from citizen choice and digital exclusion to data use and artificial intelligence - will be addressed.

What digital developments we can expect to see next - from mobile apps that offer citizens greater access to their health data, to technological solutions which aim to make the prescribing process paperless.

How the expansion of NHS Near Me, boost in digital capacity in care homes and the increase in remote monitoring during the pandemic will be further developed to aid post-Covid recovery.

2022 Speakers





Head of Technology Enabled Care and Digital Healthcare Innovation
The Scottish Government




Business Relationship Manager – Digital Health and Care
Digital Office for Scottish Local Government




Chair
Royal College of General Practitioners (Scotland) (Invited)




Consultant Sexual Health & HIV Physician
NHS Grampian




Chief Technology Officer
NES Digital (Invited)




National Lead - Near Me Network, Technology Enabled Care Programme
The Scottish Government




Chief Technology Officer
Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre




Clinical Director for Health Innovation for The Scottish Government
Academic Emergency Medicine Consultant in the QEUH




Clinical Lead for e-Health and Consultant Physician
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde




Technology & Digital Innovation Lead
Scottish Care




Director of Pharmacy
NHS National Services Scotland (INVITED)




Chief Operating Officer
Precision Medicine Scotland (INVITED)




Technology Enabled Care in Housing (TECH) Lead
SFHA




Chief Executive of NHS Scotland and Director General for Health and Social Care
The Scottish Government




Director of Data Driven Innovation
Public Health Scotland (INVITED)




Chief Executive
Scottish Care




Chief Executive Officer
Digital Health & Care Institute




Clinical Lead
NES Digital

Conference Agenda

16 March 2022

Session 1 - Digitisation & NHS Recovery

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM

Refreshments & networking

9:00 AM – 9:10 AM

Welcome and Chair’s opening remarks

9:10 AM – 9:30 AM

Keynote: NHS Recovery & A Refreshed National Digital Health & Care Plan

The digital approaches at the heart of a £1bn plan to revitalise healthcare in Scotland


Caroline Lamb
The Scottish Government
9:30 AM – 9:50 AM

The future of person-centred care:

Next generation digital services as a vehicle to aid recovery and create sustainable, quality services


Prof. George Crooks
Digital Health & Care Institute
9:50 AM – 10:10 AM

Moving from person-centred to person-led post Feeley:

How can technology play a part in building a more inclusive experience of care support?


Dr Donald MacAskill
Scottish Care
10:10 AM – 10:30 AM

More information coming soon

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Expert Panel: What are the lessons from Covid and how can we use technology to build a fairer, more inclusive and sustainable healthcare system?

This session will explore how the pandemic has impacted national strategic aims and the ‘legacy effect’ of delivering care in a crisis


Margaret Whoriskey
The Scottish Government

Dr Chris Williams
Royal College of General Practitioners (Scotland) (Invited)

Steve Baguley
NHS Grampian
11:00 AM – 11:20 AM

Refreshments & networking

Session 2 - Masterclass & knowledge Exchange Session

11:20 AM – 11:50 AM

Masterclass & knowledge exchange session stream 1

Session 3 - Masterclass & knowledge Exchange Session

12:00 PM – 12:30 PM

Masterclass & knowledge exchange session stream 2

12:30 PM – 1:25 PM

Lunch & networking

Session 4 - Health & Care Leadership Streams: Data & AI; Interoperability

1:25 PM – 2:45 PM

Data and AI:

The future of citizen health data, system demand management and mobile health applications


Dr David Lowe
Academic Emergency Medicine Consultant in the QEUH

Scott Heald
Public Health Scotland (INVITED)

Colin Birchenall
Digital Office - Scottish Local Government (INVITED)
1:25 PM – 2:45 PM

Interoperability:

Creating efficiencies, joining systems and common data standards


Paul Miller
NES Digital

Dr Andrew Winter
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Nicola Cooper
Scottish Care
1:25 PM – 2:45 PM

Digital Prescribing:

Transitioning from the age-old ‘script’ to a modern, patient-centred system: how electronic prescribing will provide a much-needed boost to primary and secondary care in Scotland


Ewan Morrison
NHS National Services Scotland (INVITED)
2:45 PM – 3:05 PM

Refreshments & networking

Session 5 - Health & Care Leadership Streams: Innovation; Technology Enabled Care

3:05 PM – 4:25 PM

Innovation:

How do we use healthcare data to improve services and support a vibrant Scottish tech ecosystem?


David McColl
NES Digital (Invited)

Chaloner Chute
Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre

Marian McNeil
Precision Medicine Scotland (INVITED)
3:05 PM – 4:25 PM

Technology Enabled Care:

Remote patient monitoring, virtual appointments, telecare and innovative uses of technology in housing


David Brown
Digital Office for Scottish Local Government

Marc Beswick
The Scottish Government

Geraldine Begg
SFHA
4:25 PM

Conference close

Agenda subject to change

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