|SESSION 1 - DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION LEADERSHIP & DELIVERY IN HEALTH AND CARE|
|8:30 AM - 9:00 AM|
Registration & Networking
|9:00 AM - 9:05 AM|
Welcome from Chair
|9:05 AM - 9:25 AM|
Keynote: Setting national priorities in a post COVID-19 world
|9:25 AM - 10:20 AM|
Leading Scotland’s health and care systems through a crisis: How agencies and government responded to a national emergency
Pre-COVID-19, Scotland’s health and care systems were on a clear pathway to closer integration and digitisation. But the pandemic has forced leaders to move service delivery online at a much-accelerated pace – transforming digital first rhetoric into a liveable reality for millions of citizens overnight. Platforms were rapidly spun up and years of change were compressed into a matter of months. This session will explore how public sector leaders responded to an unprecedented challenge, what lessons were learned for our national strategic aims and what a global pandemic will mean for the future of technology-led health and care.
Margaret Whoriskey - Head of Technology Enabled Care and Digital Healthcare Innovation - The Scottish Government
Dr Donald MacAskill - Chief Executive - Scottish Care
Phillip Couser, MBE - Director for Data Driven Innovation - Public Health Scotland
Dr Chris Williams - Chair - Royal College of General Practitioners (Scotland)
Steve Baguley - Consultant Sexual Health & HIV Physician, - NHS Grampian
|10:20 AM - 11:15 AM|
The Digital Directors’ Forum: How Health ICT Leaders reacted to the technological and operational challenges of the pandemic.
This session will explore the capacity demands faced by health and care ICT leaders as the impacts of COVID-19 became clear. It will analyse and critique organisational readiness and systems’ resilience, workforce skills and preparedness, technical project complexity and issues, supplier compliance, information governance and assurance and systems testing.
Deryck Mitchelson - Director of National Digital and Information Security - NHS National Services Scotland (NSS)
Christopher Wroath - Director of Digital - NHS Education for Scotland
Ann-Marie Gallacher - Chief Information Officer - NHS 24
Jonathan Cameron - Head of Digital Health and Care - The Scottish Government
Nicky Murphy - Head of Healthcare Public Policy (EMEA) - Amazon Web Services (AWS
|11:15 AM - 11:30 AM|
Break & Networking
|SESSION 2 - INNOVATION DRIVING TRANSFORMATION IN HEALTH AND CARE|
|11:30 AM - 12:40 PM|
Data & AI: Innovating health and care
The power of artificial intelligence and machine learning in health and care will help clinicians in future to diagnose and treat lifelong conditions more effectively at population level. Data collected by the NHS and care sector providers has enormous potential to combat a range of health challenges, including COVID-19. This session will establish key benchmarks, including ethical considerations, of using citizen data to improve national health outcomes.
Dr David Lowe - Consultant in Emergency Medicine, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde - Co-Director of EmQuire, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Emergency Department Research Group
George Crooks OBE - Chief Executive Officer - Digital Health & Care Institute
Alex Eavis - Director – EMIS-X Analytics - EMIS Group
Dr Atul Anand PhD, MRCP, MBChB (Hons), BSc (Hons) - Clinical Lead - DDI Health & Social Care DataLoch Programme
|12:40 PM - 1:25 PM|
Break & Networking
|SESSION 3 - INNOVATION DRIVING TRANSFORMATION IN HEALTH AND CARE|
|1:25 PM - 2:35 PM|
Interoperability and Information Governance
One of the great goals of a successful digital health and care strategy is to join up systems. This session will explore how data is handled, how it is secured and how it can be made available to the people who need access to it - in order to be provide truly transformational health and care.
Eilidh McLaughlin - Associate Director, Cyber Security and Information Governance - NHS National Services Scotland
Dr Sam Patel - Clinical eHealth Lead - NES Digital Services
Garry McCord - Chief Product Officer - Servelec
Yvonne Lawton - Head of Strategic Planning & Performance - West Lothian Health & Social Care Partnership
Products & Applications: Scale up or spin up
Existing digital health and care systems faced huge overnight demand constraints as the implications for lockdown became clear. This session will offer a ‘deep dive’ into how platforms such as the Protect Scotland app and the Covid-19 assessment and vaccine management tools were developed, as well as how the NHS coordinated one of the biggest single rollouts of MS Teams anywhere in the UK.
David McColl - Chief Technology Officer - NES Digital
Dr Andrew Winter - Clinical Lead for e-Health and Consultant Physician - NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Steve Woods - Programme Director: Office 365 - NHS National Services Scotland
Chaloner Chute - Chief Technology Officer - Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre
|2:35 PM - 2:50 PM|
Break & Networking
|SESSION 4 - INNOVATION DRIVING TRANSFORMATION IN HEALTH AND CARE|
|2:50 PM - 4:00 PM|
Scotland’s Service Design & Delivery Approach
The Scottish Approach to Service Design (SAtSD) has embedded itself as a core driver in the development of public services since the influential Christie Commission of 2011. The future of health and care will increasingly be ‘person-centred’ in line with national strategic aims to create electronic health records (EHRs) for every citizen. This session will explore wider service design considerations in health and care, including scaling efforts of Existing services and content to improve information provision for COVID-19.
Technology Enabled Care (Telecare)
Remote patient monitoring and home-based care systems have enabled local health and care resources to be directed at Scotland’s vulnerable and at-risk communities. Whether for the management of lifelong conditions, or to protect the elderly and frail at home, telecare solutions have long pre-dated COVID-19. They continue to be upscaled and delivered free at the point of use during the pandemic, with the formation of a National Telecare COVID-19 Advisory Group to oversee progress. This session will explore how a ‘Once for Scotland’ approach has been adopted as those services face a transition from analogue-based call systems to digital in the coming years.
David Brown - Business Relationship Manager – Digital Health and Care - Digital Office for Scottish Local Government
Marc Beswick - National Lead - Near Me Network, Technology Enabled Care Programme - The Scottish Government
Morag Hearty - Strategic Lead for Remote Health Pathways within the National Technology Enabled Care (TEC) - Scottish Government Digital Health & Care Directorate
Ricardo Santos - Regional Industry Solutions Partner Lead, UK Healthcare & Education - Cisco
Agenda subject to change