2019 Agenda
Session 2 - Masterclasses
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Auto-Ingestion - making sense of Clinical Notes with AI
A vast amount of valuable information in the health records of Scotland's nearly 6 million living patients registered with a GP is locked up in unstructured clinical notes, making it very time-consuming, error-prone and expensive to extract.  Studies based on these data are therefore mostly confined to the structure part of the record, leaving a potential treasure trove of clinical insights untapped.  In this talk, Angus will describe how the Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria collaboration used Amazon's AI services to ingest and analyse the data contained in the unstructured clinical notes in the records of patients in that part of the UK, in their ongoing quest to improve patient outcomes.
Integration and Interoperability in Scotland
A discussion-led session on the issues you face in Scottish health and social care around integration and interoperability. Focussing on duplicate data entry, mobile working and integration between systems. Talk to us about your needs and hear about how the industry is tackling these issues already.
Supporting people using digital mental health solutions
A live demonstration showing the way in which the asynchronous on-line support process works in the world’s leading online mental health platform, SilverCloud. Attendees will be able to see how a supporter can review a client’s activity and compile a tailored support message to promote engagement and encourage progress.  
 
The demo will then show how that message is received by a client and the way in which the review can influence and drive their journey through the programmes.
12:00 PM - 12:05 PM
Delegate transition period
12:05 PM - 12:35 PM
Digital learning empowering digital transformation

Spread and adoption at scale of proven digital technologies is essential to the success of Scotland's Digital Health Strategy. The report notes that "We know that this can be accelerated with the right access to learning and knowledge mobilisation approaches via a combination of formal and informal networks, resources and toolkits." Drawing on work with the Health Service Executive in Ireland and NHS Education for Scotland,  Gavin Woods will share how digital learning can play a key role in embedding digital transformation across organisations and ensure Scotland is a world leader in Digital Health & Social Care.

The Electronic Health & Care Record in Glasgow – care without boundaries
Glasgow first went live with their EHCR in 2006, and since then this has developed rapidly in terms of data and functionality to support patient care within Greater Glasgow and Clyde and also across the West of Scotland region. In this session, David and John will detail the ongoing work to share data across health and care and across traditional boundaries. They will also explain plans to integrate patient generated data into the Clinical Portal which is used to access the EHCR.
Transforming Healthcare with AI & Virtual Assistants
Hear how IBM Watson is being applied within the NHS today, including in the Velindre Cancer Centre, NHS Digital and Moorefields Eye Hospital, the benefits of AI powered Virtual Assistants and why Augmented Intelligence will define New Health.