Health & Care Transformation 2023

Transforming the Health & Care Sector in Scotland

Thursday 30 March 2023 I Line and in person
Technology & innovation Centre, Glasgow

HEALTH AND CARE TRANSFORMATION 2023 IS THE MUST ATTEND ANNUAL CONFERENCE FOR HEALTH LEADERS DRIVING CHANGE WITHIN THEIR ORGANISATIONS

TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE
Welcome to Scotland’s largest conference for digital health and care, the annual event bringing together key stakeholders engaged in transforming healthcare services in Scotland.

As the NHS recovers and remobilises, the event analyses how the post-pandemic service paradigm is shifting ever more towards digitisation and technology to better manage demand and improve care.

With a commitment to create a ‘digital front door’ for patients and moves towards person-centred care approaches, we explore how government and industry are collaborating to empower patients and those in receipt of care through better communication, greater use of data and use of remote access services.

Join us as healthcare and industry leaders map out how technology and innovation can play a vital role in making care more accessible, accountable and applicable to the way people are living their lives - taking their health and wellbeing into their own hands.
Why Attend
• Learn the latest on national policy – from the digital health and care strategy, health data strategy and NHS Recovery Plan
• Influence and help shape high-level industry and government engagement on key technology and innovation programmes
• Best practice on how remote access ‘telecare’ services are navigating the move from analogue to digital
• Attend peer-group leadership sessions on breakthrough technologies and masterclasses on the latest industry applications and solutions
• Make connections with key stakeholders from across the digital health and care landscape – from social care, housing, community care, e-prescribing to primary and secondary care

2022 Speakers





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




Chief Executive Officer
Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre




Scottish Health Correspondent
The Times




Chief Executive
Scottish Care




Head of the Centre for Cardiovascular Health, School of Health and Social Care
Edinburgh Napier University




Head of Healthcare Analytics Scotland
Capgemini




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




Clinical eHealth Lead
NES Digital Services




Clinical Chair of Health Board Digital Leads
NHS Grampian




Strategic Lead for Remote Health Pathways within the National Technology Enabled Care (TEC)
Scottish Government Digital Health & Care Directorate




Market Integration Director at The Access Group, Health and Care division
Servelec




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




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




Technology & Digital Innovation Lead
Scottish Care




Chief Officer
Public Health Scotland




Client Principal - Health and Social Care
BJSS




Implementation Lead (Health & Social Care Data Driven Innovation)
The University of Edinburgh, Usher Institute




Chief Pharmacist
PHS




Policy Lead for Data and Intelligence
Digital Health and Care Directorate




Data Scientist
BJSS




CEO
Lenus Health




Head of Commercial Collaboration
Cisco




Group Embryology Support / Person Responsible
CARE Fertility




Director of Pharmacy
NHS National Services Scotland




Analogue to Digital Project Manager
Falkirk Council




Chief Executive Officer
Precision Medicine Scotland – Innovation Centre




Client Services Director
Aurion Learning




Team Manager of Mobile Emergency Care Service
Falkirk Council




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 Innovation Centre
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

Driving Healthier communities through the power of data

Using data, digital and changes in social influencing to drive healthy behaviours in the community.


Ali Ashraf
Capgemini
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)

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

Refreshments & networking

Session 2 - Masterclass & knowledge Exchange Session

11:20 AM – 11:50 AM

Closing the AF detection gap: the ongoing search for abnormal heart rhythms

· Detecting arrhythmias: single or six lead?
· Understanding cost-effectiveness when seeking to find atrial fibrillation.
· Showcasing solutions and benefits for remote and patient self-monitoring


Professor Lis Neubeck
Edinburgh Napier University
11:20 AM – 11:50 AM

Introducing artificial intelligence into IVF laboratories: Machines helping to make babies

Most patients undergoing IVF treatment, hoping to have a baby, have several embryos which the embryologist must choose between. Selecting the ‘best’ embryo for transfer remains pivotal to the success of a patient achieving a pregnancy when proceeding with IVF and ensures the fastest time to having a baby. CARE Fertility designed an embryo selection tool involving embryologists identifying key events from thousands of time-lapse images to score an embryo’s potential for live birth outcome. CARE engaged BJSS to explore AI’s potential to transform embryo selection. AI can save time, improve accuracy and repeatability, and is already used in several fields of medicine – why not embryology?


Tom Mellor
BJSS

Rachel Smith
CARE Fertility

Liam Moore
BJSS

Session 3 - Masterclass & knowledge Exchange Session

12:00 PM – 12:30 PM

Healthcare learning has changed, have you?

The shift to digital learning was a moment of change for many. In this session, Gavin Woods from Aurion Learning, explores the changes in healthcare learning, the learning-related lessons from COVID-19 and emerging training topics that are likely here to stay. Drawing on experience of working on large scale healthcare digital learning projects and initiatives in the UK and Ireland, you’ll gain actionable tips to help you consider the topics, learning approaches and technologies that will help your organisation thrive in the new digital world of healthcare learning.


Gavin Woods
Aurion Learning
12:00 PM – 12:30 PM

Elective Care Recovery – A Digital 1st approach

Healthcare Communications, a Cisco company, provide a patient engagement platform to 400+ hospitals in the UK. Their Patient Engagement Platform sends over 200 million digital first patient communications annually. More recently Healthcare Communications have been at the forefront of supporting elective care recovery across the UK with focus on backlog and demand management. Learn how to empower patients to self-manage their health personalising through digital and non-digital communication channels, improving access to care on demand.


Mark Broughton
Cisco
12:30 PM – 1:25 PM

Lunch & networking

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

1:25 PM – 2:45 PM

Data and AI:

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


Prof David Lowe
Academic Emergency Medicine Consultant in the QEUH

Ryan Anderson
Digital Health and Care Directorate

Carol Sinclair
Public Health Scotland

Paul McGinness
Lenus Health
1:25 PM – 2:45 PM

Why interoperability isn’t working:

Why interoperability isn't working: 25 years of trying to make health care IT work by moving data around has not fixed the challenges we face. What should we do instead?


Dr Andrew Winter
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Paul Miller
NES Digital

Nicola Cooper
Scottish Care

Garry McCord
Servelec
1:25 PM – 2:45 PM

Digital Prescribing

Transitioning from the age-old ‘paper- script’ to a modern, patient-centred system. How electronic prescribing will provide a much-needed boost to primary and secondary care practice across Scotland.


Ewan Morrison
NHS National Services Scotland

Dr Sam Patel
NES Digital Services

Professor Marion Bennie
PHS

Robert Tysall-Blay
CareFlow Medicines Management Ltd
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?


Chaloner Chute
Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre

Marian McNeil
Precision Medicine Scotland – Innovation Centre

Michael Gray
The University of Edinburgh, Usher Institute

Dr Charles Young
Capita
3:05 PM – 4:25 PM

Technology Enabled Care:

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


Marc Beswick
The Scottish Government

Morag Hearty
Scottish Government Digital Health & Care Directorate

Mark Broughton
Cisco

Ian Whitelaw
Falkirk Council

Pauline Waddell
Falkirk Council
4:25 PM

Conference close

Agenda subject to change

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