Digital health and care congress 2018

10 July - 11 July The King's Fund
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Programme

  • 10 July
  • 11 July

Refreshments, networking, poster display and exhibition

08:30 AM 09:00 AM

Breakfast session: It's all about person centricity

09:00 AM 09:45 AM

AT Aaron Torrens

Dr Héctor Upegui

Session ONE: Opening plenary

10:00 AM 11:15 AM

Katherine Adams 

HB Helen Balsdon

Prof Chris Ham

Matthew Honeyman

Aidan Kehoe

JL Janette Leonard

David Maguire

Katie Summers

Refreshments, networking, poster display and exhibition

11:15 AM 11:45 AM

T2A: Creating a culture for large-scale digital change

11:45 AM 01:00 PM

SD Sara Derbyshire

Andrew Fenton

Peter Grace

Matthew Honeyman

Dr James Maxwell

T2B: Quality improvement

11:45 AM 01:00 PM

Dr Rob Eastham

Dr Mark Jenkins

CL Charles Lowe

Lara Mott

T2C: Personalised care

11:45 AM 01:00 PM

David Maguire

Jon Manzoni

Richard Pantlin

HP Haroldas Petkus

Don Redding

JS James Sanderson

T2D: Healthy children: transforming child health information

11:45 AM 01:00 PM

PC Paul Cook

PG Philip Graham

Lunch, networking, poster display and exhibition

01:00 PM 02:00 PM

T3A: Reducing clinical variation

02:00 PM 03:15 PM

CL Charles Lowe

DS Dr Sudhir Singh

DW Dr Bethany Williams

T3B: Prevention and changing behaviours

02:00 PM 03:15 PM

KC Kieran Cornwell

Alex Harvey

DL Dr John Larsen

DM Dr Anatole Menon-Johansson

T3C: Applying artificial intelligence

02:00 PM 03:15 PM

PF Prof Andres Floto

Matthew Honeyman

DN Dr Amy Nelson

DV Dr George Verghese

T3D: Driving implementation and adoption of patient-facing digital tools

02:00 PM 03:15 PM

PB Polly Bishop

KC Kelly Cullen

Dr Masood Nazir

Refreshments, networking, poster display and exhibition

03:15 PM 03:45 PM

Session FOUR: Lessons from the NHS test bed programme

03:45 PM 04:45 PM

GB Glyn Barnes

DC Dr Theti Chrysanthaki

JC John Craig

JD Janet Davies

KD Kat Deyes

AG Amy Galea

Chris Gornall

SR Sam Roberts

Drinks reception and networking

04:45 PM 07:00 PM

Refreshments, networking, poster display and exhibition

08:30 AM 09:00 AM

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

09:00 AM 09:45 AM

SB Stephen Beattie

Session one: Leading from the front: national direction

10:00 AM 11:15 AM

Rt Hon Paul Burstow

Michael Ekpe

Prof Chris Ham

Cleveland Henry

Ruth Rankine

Matthew Swindells

Refreshments, networking, poster display and exhibition

11:15 AM 11:45 AM

W2A: Mobile working community services

11:45 AM 01:00 PM

Tracey Cole

CL Charles Lowe

CM Charles MacKinnon

W2B: Shared health and care records

11:45 AM 01:00 PM

Dr Alex Alexiou

RC Richard Corbridge

Matt Cox

Dr Tony Joy

David Maguire

SM Sarah Moorhead

Una Rice

W2C: Improving patient flow

11:45 AM 12:45 PM

AC Alison Clements

DD Dr Rishi Das-Gupta

DR Damian Roland

DT Dr James Teo

W2D: Population health

11:45 AM 01:00 PM

EO Elaine O’Brien

LR Luke Readman

Dr John Robson

Lunch, networking, poster display and exhibition

01:00 PM 02:00 PM

W3A: Designing a system built around digital technology

02:00 PM 03:15 PM

Dr Amanda Begley

KD Keith Davies

Dr Asma Khalil

David Maguire

JO Jonathan O'Sullivan

W3B: Scaling and adoption of digital innovations

02:00 PM 03:15 PM

W3C: Self- management

02:00 PM 03:15 PM

W3D: Time to care: Reflections from the US and UK on how big data can improve patient journeys

02:00 PM 03:00 PM

Refreshments, networking, poster display and exhibition

03:15 PM 03:35 PM

Session four: Closing keynotes and key takeaways for you and your organisation

03:35 PM 04:30 PM

RD Rachel Dunscombe

James Freed

Harpeet Sood

Sponsors

Congress Posters

Exhibitors

SME Zone

Event supporters

Speakers

Attendees

Katherine Adams 

Transformation Manager
Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Kathy Adams has a background in nursing as an Accident and Emergency Senior Sister, she subsequently moved in to change management, successfully leading the training and implementation for the Homerton Hospital’s ‘ACE’ Project in 2015 – a wholescale upgrade of their EPR implementing clinical documentation, meds prescribing and other solutions to all inpatient areas of the hospital. She subsequently led a deteriorating patient project in the hospital before moving on to implementing wholescale change in the Outpatients arena, where she is currently the Transformation Manager. She is leading on the full implementation of eRS, improved check-in, paperless Outpatients including improved coding and the implementation of Voice Recognition.

10 July

Dr Alex Alexiou

PRU Fellow and Barts Health Emergency Medicine Registrar
Physician Response Unit (Londons Air Ambulance
Alex is a Post-CCT Emergency Medicine Fellow at the Royal London Hospital as well as a Fellow on the Physician Response Unit with London’s Air Ambulance. Alex completed his training in North London having also spent several years in both Emergency Medicine and Intensive Care in Sydney, Australia. He is currently also a Senior Medical Officer at Wembley Stadium.

11 July

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Helen Balsdon

Assistant Director of Nursing
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

10 July

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Glyn Barnes

Marketing Director
AliveCor

10 July

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Deborah Barnett

Research Assistant
Sheffield Hallam University
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Stephen Beattie

eHealth Programme Manager
Business Services Organisation - Northern Ireland

11 July

Dr Amanda Begley

Programme Director
NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA)
Dr Amanda Begley is co-founder and National Director of the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA), and Director of Innovation and Implementation at UCLPartners. She supports work across the organisation by building partnerships and expertise to deliver innovation at scale for patient and population benefit.

Amanda’s particular passion is around increasing the pace of innovation diffusion through patient pull and peer-to-peer horizontal (not top-down) approaches. Most recently Amanda co-wrote the national guidelines for Clinical Commissioning Groups on their duty to promote innovation, on behalf of NHS England. She also currently works part time as a GSK Fellow, supporting the generation of collaborative solutions between pharma, academia and the NHS to achieve even greater outcomes for patients.

Following an educational psychology PhD, Amanda joined the NHS as an Assistant and Trainee Clinical Psychologist. Amanda has worked as a commissioner and senior manager across primary, community and secondary care, and has led the implementation of policy. Before joining UCLPartners, Amanda worked as Head of Innovation at NHS London.

11 July

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Polly Bishop

Head of Digital Strategy and Engagement
NHS England
Head of Digital Strategy and Engagement, NHS England

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Philip Burgess

Carer and Lived Experience adviser
NHS England

Rt Hon Paul Burstow

Chair
TSA
Paul is Chair of the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust where he is developing the Trust's psychosocial approach to mental health.Paul is also Chair of the National Improvement Agency and independent charity SCIE (The Social Care Institute for Excellence) improving the lives of people who use care services by sharing knowledge about what works.

Between 1997 and 2015 he was Liberal Democrat MP for Sutton and Cheam and also served as the minister of state for care services between 2010 and 2012, during which time he was responsible for developing the government's mental health strategy, No Health Without Mental Health.

Paul has also been appointed Professor of Mental Health Policy at the University of Birmingham where he is leading the recently launched Birmingham Policy Commission on Mental Health Promotion and Prevention.

As President of the Telecare Services Association Paul is working alongside the TSA to support the care sector in preparation for the future world of care & health technology.

Paul was appointed to Her Majesty’s Privy Council in 2012.

11 July

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Trish Cavanagh

Director of Operations
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust
DC

Dr Theti Chrysanthaki

Lecturer in Integrated Care and E-health
University of Surrey

10 July

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Alison Clements

Head of Operations
University College London Hospitals NHS FT

11 July

Tracey Cole

Head of Continuing Healthcare and Complex Care
NHS South Cheshire CCG
Cheshire and Wirral NHS Continuing Healthcare is delivered across 5 CCGs. These CCGs have worked with an innovation partner (IEG4) to develop and implement an electronic solution which drives forward the paperless agenda and brings about efficiencies in this tough to manage area of health.

Tracey started her career as an NHS Management Trainee and went on to work in a number of acute and specialist trusts as a General Manager. She has qualifications in Project Management, Public Involvement, NHS Management and Executive Leadership. Tracey sits on a National Committee for NICE and believes passionately in developing a continuous improvement culture in all areas of health and social care.

11 July

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Paul Cook

Sales Account Manager
InterSystems

10 July

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Richard Corbridge

Chief Digital and Information Officer
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

11 July

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Kieran Cornwell

Head of Events and Partnerships
The King’s Fund

10 July

Matt Cox

Director of Digital Services
Kainos Evolve
Matt started life as an engineer and a teacher and soon found his passion for technology. Having worked now for over 15 years bringing innovation and developing digital solution across the healthcare, public health, child protection, central government and private sector, he now leads Kainos’ Digital heathcare services for the UK. Bringing together better and integrated data, built on modern platforms and supported with new ways of agile delivery has brought richer experiences for the end users and will be key to future adoption and help people to change behaviours.

11 July

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John Craig

Chief Executive
Care City Test Bed

10 July

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Diarmaid Crean

Deputy Director
Public Health England
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Kelly Cullen

Digital Nursing Champion, Digitising Primary Care
NHS England
Digital Nursing Champion, Digitising Primary Care, NHS England

10 July

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Scott Cunningham

Technical Consultant
University of Dundee
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Emma Danton

Population Health Informatics Manager
Healthy Wirral and Wirral University Hospital
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Dr Rishi Das-Gupta

Director of Innovation
University College London Hospitals NHS FT

11 July

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Janet Davies

Programme Manager
Lancashire and Cumbria Innovation Alliance

10 July

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Keith Davies

Managing Director
i5 Health

11 July

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Sara Derbyshire

Director of Intermediate Tier Services
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust

10 July

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Kat Deyes

Associate Director
Frontier Economics

10 July

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Jeanelle Du Gruchy

Director of Public Health
London Borough of Haringey
RD

Rachel Dunscombe

Chief Executive
NHS Digital Academy

11 July

Dr Rob Eastham

GP Clinical Fellow
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Groups Partnership
Dr Rob Eastham is a GP Clinical Fellow working at the NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group. Rob believes passionately that technology can be a powerful tool for improving patient care. Rob is currently pursuing quality improvement activities which leverage existing technology to improve the patient experience and free up much needed clinical resources. Before switching to medicine Rob was partner in a business creating multimedia training resources for the medical profession. His various other roles include journalist and English teacher.

10 July

Michael Ekpe

Chief Digital and Technology Officer
Public Health England
Michael Ekpe is the Chief Digital and Technology Officer at Public Health England (PHE) where he leads the strategic programme of digital, data and technology transformation that will ensure PHE delivers world class digital services.

Michael has extensive experience in business transformation and has held various senior technology roles in financial services, commercial and government sectors.

Prior to PHE, he led the digital workstream for the cross-government financial management reform programme at HM Treasury.

As Chief Architect at the Department for Business Innovation & Skills (now BEIS), Michael led the department through its’ transition to a new operating model, enabling more rapid evolution to support digital services.

11 July

Harry Evans

Researcher, Policy
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.

Read Harrys' reports and blogs.

Andrew Fenton

Associate Director, Digital Transformation
NHS South, Central and West CSU
Andrew works with multiple health and care communities to support the development of digital strategy and delivery models, including Local Digital Roadmaps and the whole-system digital plans in STPs. With a background as a PCT Chief Information Officer (introducing the Oxfordshire Care Summary), Andrew focuses on enabling area-wide digital health developments that are vital for improving care models and better patient care.

10 July

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Prof Andres Floto

Professor of Respiratory Biology
University of Cambridge

10 July

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Dr Sally Fowler-Davis

Principal Investigator
Sheffield Hallam University

James Freed

Chief Information Officer
Building a Digital-Ready Workforce, Health Education England
James Freed is the Chief Information Officer for Health Education England. His career has taken him through Cancer Research, Change Management and Standards development. As well as being a CIO, he is currently the Director of a Programme responsible for delivering digital readiness to the three million staff in Health and Care in England under the aegis of the Personalised Health and Care 2020 Portfolio.

In 2017 James was voted by peers as one of the top 100 influencers globally in Health IT as part of the #HIT100 twitter campaign. He is a Fellow of the British Computer Society and a Governor for his daughter’s Primary School.

11 July

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Amy Galea

Deputy Director
System Transformation Group

10 July

Alison Golightly

Principal Associate, NHS Strategy, Ethical Healthcare Consulting
Co-author, NHS England Children's Health Digital Strategy 2016
Alison is an experienced health service strategist who recently authored NHS England’s ‘Healthy Children; Transforming Child Health Information’, a new national digital health strategy. This strategy is now being implemented as a national standards, interoperability and infrastructure programme by NHS Digital and NHS England and Alison was the business architect for this programme and continues her association with both national bodies.

An expert advisor and experienced programme and change manager, Alison has worked with senior level management at NHS England, NHS Digital and Public Health England and as a consultant to Europe’s largest public sector IT contract. Recent work has focused in the area of interoperability of systems, child health and maternity and personal health records. Alison held a number of managerial roles in the NHS between 1993 and 2004 before leaving her post as Deputy Director of Health Informatics to pursue healthcare consultancy.

Chris Gornall

Project Manager
Lancashire and Cumbria Innovation Alliance
Christine is Project Manager of the LCIA (Lancashire and Cumbria Innovation Alliance) Test Bed and Senior Transformation Manager for LCFT (Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust). Christine has over 25 years’ experience working in the NHS and 15 years’ experience successfully managing projects across private, voluntary, public and statutory services. Her valuable experience has been supported by successfully achieving the PRINCE2 Project Management (Foundation level), in addition to the Managing Successful Programmes qualification. It is through her experience and qualifications she now possesses knowledge and expertise to enforce and deliver information governance standards on behalf of the LCIA Test Bed.
Christine’s passions at work include making improvements for the benefit of service users and staff alike, unpicking complex and dysfunctional processes and building relationships in the belief that together we can achieve more.

10 July

Peter Grace

Digital Health Service Clinical Lead
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust
Peter Grace is the Clinical Nurse lead for the Tameside and Glossop Digital Health Service. Peter launched the service in March 2017 to 4 care homes and has big ambitions for the future of the service. Before this Peter worked in ED as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner. Peter started his NHS career as an auxiliary in ED at Tameside Hospital for four years before qualifying as a nurse in 2006. He then took up a post as a Trauma & Orthopaedic Nurse, in 2008 he took up a position in the Emergency Department at Manchester Royal Infirmary as a band 5 before qualifying as Emergency Nurse Practitioner in 2012. Since 2014 Peter has returned to work at Tameside Hospital in the ED as an Emergency nurse practitioner.

10 July

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Dr Richard Graham

Consultant Psychiatrist
Nightingale Hospital
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Philip Graham

Digital Programme Lead
Lancashire & Cumbria STP

10 July

Prof Chris Ham

Chief Executive
The King’s Fund
Chris leads the Fund’s work. He rejoined the Fund in 2010, having previously worked here between 1986 and 1992. He has held posts at the universities of Birmingham, Bristol and Leeds and is currently emeritus professor at the University of Birmingham. He is an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London and The Royal College of General Practitioners.

Chris was director of the strategy unit in the Department of Health between 2000 and 2004, has advised the WHO and the World Bank, and has acted as a consultant to a number of governments. He has been a non-executive director of the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, and a governor of the Health Foundation and the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation.

Chris researches and writes on all aspects of health reform and is a sought-after speaker. He was awarded a CBE in 2004 for his services to the NHS and an honorary doctorate by the University of Kent in 2012.

In 2018, Chris Ham received a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to health policy and management.

Read Chris' reports and blogs.

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11 July

Alex Harvey

Development Officer
Grassroots Suicide Prevention
Alex works as Head of Development at Grassroots Suicide Prevention. He joined the charity in 2010, and has worked with the team to deliver a diverse range of innovative projects aimed at making our communities safer from suicide.

10 July

Cleveland Henry

Programme Director
Innovations, Digital Futures and Digital Collaboration Future Platform
Cleveland Henry has a foot in both the current and the future of digital Health camps having recently commenced NHS Digital’s horizon scanning in assessing digital future opportunities and their potential links to supporting today’s challenges and opportunities.

He has lead NHSmail2 (Digital Collaboration Service – one of the Paperless 2020 programmes) from 2016. The service is used by c.1million users across Health and Care providing secure email and additional digital collaboration capability and is now assessing the future evolution of the service. From 2014 he led the delivery of NHS Choices (www.nhs.uk) for NHS Digital, having previously being part of the Capita service delivery for the service prior it moving to NHS Digital.

In an IT career spanning over 25 years, Cleveland started out as a programmer for a GP System supplier before holding a number of Senior IT Service and Product Delivery roles. He was Service Operations Director at EMIS where he led a team of 265 staff before joining Capita as the Service Delivery Director for NHS Choices. An MPLA graduate, Cleveland is passionate about IT and Health and maintains a frontline perspective thanks to his wife who holds a senior role in a large NHS Trust

11 July

Matthew Honeyman

Researcher, Policy
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.

Read Matthews' reports and blogs.

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Dr Mark Jenkins

Medical Director
Oviva UK Ltd
Dr Mark Jenkins is co-founder and Medical Director at Oviva, a digital health company transforming the way we treat diet-related conditions with technology. Previously, he trained in academic nephrology at Guy's & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust and worked on NHS system transformation in North West London as a management consultant.

10 July

Dr Tony Joy

Clinical Lead for the Physician Response Unit & Consultant in Emergency Medicine
Royal London Hospital
Dr Tony Joy is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Barts Health NHS Trust and the Clinical Lead for the Physician Response Unit. He has a strong interest in developing Emergency Care such that the right care can be provided for patients at the time of need regardless of their whereabouts. He is interested in the inter-agency working between acute trusts, ambulance services and community providers, and believes that Emergency Departments are well placed to reach out and make a health impact in to their local communities. Tony is also a Consultant in Prehospital Care with Essex and Hertfordshire Air Ambulance Trust.

11 July

Aidan Kehoe

Chief Executive
Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals
Aidan is the Chief Executive at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hospitals Trust. Aidan is a Qualified Chartered Accountant having trained with KPMG in Birmingham.

He started his career with the National Health Service as a Management Trainee and has over 20 years’ experience as an NHS Manager, having worked in Trusts at Salisbury, Bournemouth, Birmingham, Salford and Blackpool.

10 July

Dr Asma Khalil

Consultant Obstetrician
NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA)
Asma Khalil is a consultant obstetrician at St George's Hospital and Reader at St George's Medical School, University of London. She is a subspecialist in Maternal and Fetal Medicine. She gained her MD at the University of London in 2009. She also has a Masters degree in Epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and an MRC scholarship.

She has published more than 150 peer reviewed papers, and many published review articles and chapters. She was awarded many research prizes, both at national and international meetings. Her research interests include hypertensive disease in pregnancy and fetal growth restriction. She is committed to the implementation of clinical guidelines in practice and believes that they could reduce inequalities in care across the NHS. She is a member of the NICE Quality Standards and co-chairs the South West Maternity Network. She also chairs the Steering Committee of the Maternity Engagement Project to improve the outcomes of multiple pregnancies.

11 July

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Dr John Larsen

Director of Evidence and Impact
Drinkaware

10 July

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Janette Leonard

Chief Transformation Officer
Essex University Partnership Trust

10 July

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Charles Lowe

Managing Director
Digital Health and Care Alliance (DHACA

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Charles MacKinnon

HealthCare Director
IEG4
HealthCare Director, IEG4

11 July

David Maguire

Data Analyst, Economics
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.

Read Davids' reports and blogs.

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Jon Manzoni

Divisional Director
Harrow Council
Jon Manzoni is Harrow Council’s Programme Lead for Personalisation which includes MCeP - a digital system for care planning; market management and dynamic purchasing. Jon is currently working in partnership with the IBM Watson Care Manager solution to enhance MCeP functionality and its scope to include health budgets and dedicated portals for clients, providers and professionals. Jon has recently joined Harrow from Croydon Council where he had worked on the commercialisation of in-house care services including an e-commerce platform for assistive technology. Jon has worked within the social care, health and housing sectors for the past 20 years in both operational and strategic commissioning capacities.

10 July

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George Matson-Phippard

Online learning
Epilepsy Action
George is the Online Learning Lead at Epilepsy Action. For the past five years, she has designed and developed effective digital learning products for a range of audiences, hosted on a bespoke learning platform.

George designed the programme content and delivery. Using evidence-based tools and techniques for supporting behavior change, she developed the programme structure and goal setting activities.
The programme received QISMET accreditation in 2017.

Dr James Maxwell

Consultant Rheumatologist and Clinical Lead
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
James Maxwell is a Consultant Rheumatologist and Clinical Lead for Rheumatology at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. He trained in Liverpool and New Zealand, before moving to Sheffield in 2003. His clinical interests lie in the management of Early Inflammatory Arthritis, and he completed an MD in the genetics of Rheumatoid Arthritis in 2012. James has been part of a multidisciplinary team transforming elective MSK care for patients in Sheffield, introducing a single point of access service for Rheumatology, Physiotherapy, Chronic Pain and elective Orthopaedics with a focus on patient reported outcomes. James has lead the adoption of MyPathway, a digital platform connecting patients to healthcare within the Sheffield MSK pathway since its introduction in 2017.

10 July

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Dr Anatole Menon-Johansson

Director and Founder
SXT Health CIC

10 July

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Dr John Moore

Adult Critical Care Clinical Director. Consultant Critical Care
NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA)
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Sarah Moorhead

Senior Prject Manager
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

11 July

Lara Mott

CEO and Co-founder
ImproveWell LTD
Lara is an experienced executive having spent 11 years in a variety of senior roles across healthcare specialist investment, biopharmaceutical, life sciences consulting and financial services businesses. Lara holds a first class degree in Pharmacology from Bristol University where she was awarded the Hans Heller Memorial Prize for outstanding performance. She was named a rising star amongst top 50 female leaders in UK healthcare in a report produced by BioBeat in 2017.

10 July

Dr Masood Nazir

National Clinical Lead, Primary Care Digital Transformation, NHS England
General Medical Practitioner, Hall Green Health
General Medical Practitioner at Hall Green Health and National Clinical Lead – Primary Care Digital Transformation, NHS England

10 July

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Dr Amy Nelson

Senior Research Associate
UCL Institute of Neurology

10 July

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Epilepsy Nurse

Community epilepsy service
Epilepsy Action
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Jonathan O'Sullivan

Director
Sexual Health London
Jonathan O’Sullivan is Director of Sexual Health for the London Sexual Health Programme, which brings together 31 councils in London.He is also a Consultant in Public Health with Camden and Islington Public Health Department. His key areas of interest are mental health, children’s health, economics and sexual health.

11 July

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Elaine O’Brien

Senior Population Health Executive
Cerner

11 July

Richard Pantlin

Digital Systems Lead for Personalised Care
NHS England
Richard co-ordinates digital initiatives for personalised care at NHS England. He led the IT Challenge in 2017 culminating in the report “Harnessing technology for personalised care”.An updated report with more details of IT solutions will be available later this year. He supports STPs / ICSs to implement – on a co-production basis - digital systems for personalised care & support plans and e-marketplaces for care. He attends NHSE/NHSD “Empower the Person” Board meetings.

He has many years experience of social care and health digital systems including with commercial suppliers and at techUK. He was national lead on informatics for the implementation of the Care Act 2014.

He published a series of 10 briefings on “Engaging Citizens Online for Care” for ADASS, the LGA and the Society of IT Managers (Socitm) during 2016-17.

He combines his NHSE role with consultancy work – currently for Harrow Council and CCG.

10 July

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Haroldas Petkus

Project Manager
Royal College of Physicians

10 July

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Angie Pullen

Epilepsy Services Manager
Epilepsy Action
Angie is the Epilepsy Services Manager at Epilepsy Action, the member led charity. Angie manages a helpline, online information and training provision and a research portfolio. She works to improve services for people with epilepsy in partnership with statutory services.
As research for a Masters in Public Health Angie investigated the evidence base for structured self-management education programmes. She then worked with professionals and people with epilepsy to develop and pilot a programme for people with epilepsy.

Evaluation of the programme by the University of Coventry reported a high social return on investment and a significant increase in patient activation. The programme was shortlisted for both HSJ and AHSN innovation awards in 2017.

Ruth Rankine

Deputy Chief Inspector of General Practice
Care Quality Commission
Ruth was appointed Deputy Chief Inspector of General Practice at the Care Quality Commission in June 2014 where she is responsible for regulation of general practice, digital healthcare and military health services. Ruth has extensive senior management experience in the NHS, including at board level for providers and commissioners. Prior to joining CQC, Ruth was Director of Strategy at NHS Direct for over six years. She worked in the Department of Health for over ten years, latterly as Principal Private Secretary to the NHS Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary. Between 2002 and 2004, she was Programme Director at the NHS Confederation overseeing the negotiation of the new GMS contract after which she was seconded to the Leeds health economy to lead the reconfiguration of urgent and emergency care services.

Ruth has a degree in Business and Languages and is a trustee of a Carers’ First, a charity which supports carers in Lincolnshire, East London, Kent & Medway

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Carol Read

Clinical Innovation Manager
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
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Luke Readman

CIO - ELHCP
UCLPartners

11 July

Don Redding

Director of Policy
Royal College of Physicians
Don Redding is Director of Policy and Partnerships for National Voices. He is responsible for our strategy to influence national, regional and local health and care bodies, working with a mandate from our members. He also develops our partnerships with the networks and organisations best placed to develop person-centred care to the next stage.

Don is a leading authority on person-centred and community-based approaches to health and wellbeing, and has led National Voices’ work defining and promoting coordinated care as a response to the national priority of ‘integration’. He has a strong interest in the future of primary care; and in the implications of ‘multimorbidities’ becoming the norm among people using NHS services. These topics include a strong emphasis on the importance of care and support planning. Don is a former journalist and previously worked at Picker Institute Europe.

10 July

Una Rice

Project Manager
NHS South, Central and West
Una Rice’s Osteopathy career seems a long way from the role she now performs at South Central & West CSU Digital Transformation team working with Kainos to develop information sharing in Gloucestershire! It does however provide insight into the need for clear and appropriate information to allow clinicians to make the best decision for the person in front of them. The challenge is to provide realistic and useful solutions and at the same time be innovative in the way that this is delivered.

11 July

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Prof Julia Riley

Clinical Lead - Coordinate My Care and Palliative Care Consultant
NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA)
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Sam Roberts

Director of Innovation and Life Sciences
NHS England

10 July

Dr John Robson

GP
NHS Tower Hamlets CCG
A general practitioner with a longstanding interest in quality improvement and cardiovascular disease
  • Chair NICE guideline 2008 on lipids and CVD risk estimation
  • Co-author of QRisk and QDiabetes scores
  • Evaluation of the NHS Health Check programme
  • East London managed practice networks and QI programmes

The Clinical Effectiveness Group supports a range of research, development and local quality improvement programmes aiming to develop a Learning Health System.

Recent work includes atrial fibrillation, medicines optimisation and safety including reducing inappropriate liver function test, NSAIDs, antibiotics and glycaemic self-testing. Optimising BP reduction and high intensity statins.

CEG Website: http://blizard.qmul.ac.uk/ceg-home.html

11 July

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Damian Roland

Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine
nervecentre

11 July

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James Sanderson

Director for Personalised Care
NHS England

10 July

DS

Dr Sudhir Singh

Consultant Physician
Oxford University Hospitals

10 July

SS

Sir David Sloman

Chief Executive
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Harpeet Sood

Associate Chief Clinical Information Officer
NHS England
Dr Harpreet Sood is the Associate Chief Clinical Information Officer (CCIO) at NHS England and a practicing doctor at University College Hospital (UCH), London.

As Associate CCIO, Harpreet is involved in implementing the NHS England technology strategy including the NHS Digital Academy and providing clinical leadership to the key digital health programmes and lately in artificial intelligence in the NHS.

Harpreet was formerly Senior Fellow to the CEO of NHS England where his portfolio of work included advising on NHS policy, innovation and health technology policy including the innovation and technology tariff and leading on the Wachter Review, which focused on digitisation across the NHS.

Prior to NHS England, Harpreet was a Deland Fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston where he focused on diffusing innovation through complex organisations with the launch of the iHub, service care redesign and researching the impact of health information technology on healthcare. Whilst in Boston, Harpreet also co-founded a digital health start-up in paediatric asthma adherence, which was funded by Harvard Medical School.

Harpreet sits on the Advisory Board for Digital Health.London and is Vice Chair of the British Computer Society Health Committee.

11 July

Katie Summers

Chief Information Officer
Berkshire West CCGs
Katie is the Chief Information Officer for Berkshire West CCG and Director of Operations for the Wokingham locality. She is leading on Population Health Management for Berkshire West ICS and in the ‘Connected Care’ IT interoperability project for West Berkshire which is enabling the sharing of patient records between primary, secondary and social care.She has also led the successful establishment and integration of a health and social care team within Wokingham which is resulting in significant reductions in non-elective admissions and delayed discharges of care.

Katie has an Executive MBA from the Saïd Business Schoolas well as a Masters in Leadership and a BSc in Professional Nursing. She has over 20 years’ experience in the NHS, working both as a Nurse and as a commissioner of health services. After starting her career as a nurse she has covered a variety of roles including nurse specialist for cardiology; a managing consultant for Suffolk and East London, and a commissioner of health services.

10 July

Matthew Swindells

Director of Operations and Information
NHS England
His role is to ensure that the NHS delivers optimal care now and in the future by leading NHS England’s national and regional operational performance, delivery and commissioning teams. His remit includes implementing the NHS’s national strategy as expressed in the Five Year Forward View on primary care, mental health, cancer, and urgent and emergency care. He is responsible for the development and implementation of the NHS’s approach to population health management, driving the use of information and IT to transform the NHS and overseeing the national emergency, preparedness, resilience and response (EPRR) function.

Matthew joined NHS England from the Cerner Group where he was Senior Vice President for Population Health and Global Strategy, based both in the UK and latterly in their global headquarters in the US. Prior to this, Matthew has over 25 years’ experience in the NHS, beginning his managerial career at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital in the early 1990s, going on to become Director of Clinical Services of Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospital and finally Chief Executive of the Royal Surrey County Hospital, in the early 2000s.

Matthew has also worked in the Department of Health as the Chief Information Officer, as the Senior Policy Advisor to the Secretary of State for Health and in the Cabinet Office as the Principal Adviser in the Prime Minister’s Office of Public Service Reform.

He is visiting professor and chair of the advisory committee in the Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine at the University of Surrey and Member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Population Health Management.

11 July

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Dr James Teo

Cogstack Clinical Lead and Consultant Neurologist
Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

11 July

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Aaron Torrens

Regional Director, UK/I
IBM Watson Health
Aaron Torrens heads up IBM Watson Health across the UK & Ireland, bringing together the wide range of Watson Health offerings; including Medical Imaging, Integrated Care, Clinical Decision Support and Precision Medicine to the UKI market. Previously, Aaron was Director of IBM’s Government , Health and Human Services businesses across EMEA and brings over 20 years industry experience, from a combination of blue-chip technology and management consultancy organisations, having held senior management positions at Microsoft, Accenture and PwC.

10 July

Dr Héctor Upegui

Associate Chief Health Officer
IBM Watson Health
Based in Munich, Hector has developed an international profile as a subject matter expert through his work in the healthcare and social sector. His career with an experience of 25 years as a physician in social security fields combines medical aspects with social policy making, as well as operational and management levels, with special emphasis on Integrated Care and Disability Management.

Within IBM Hector holds worldwide responsibility for research, strategy and market developmentin Watson Health for Integrated Care as well as in the IBM Health and Human ServicesResearch Institute for Disability management and integrated care. He is responsible for strategic initiatives, identifying new and innovative best practices, developing them into business models and then promoting their success and usage around the world. Hector also provides advice to
government and non-government organisations on how these trends provide opportunities for service delivery transformation and business improvement.

Previous to this position he joined the Workers’ Compensation Unit of Munich ReinsuranceCompany in 2001 in Munich Germany, where for 13 years he was worldwide responsible for analysing and benchmarking workers' compensation (occupational accidents and occupational diseases insurance) primary markets, as well as for providing analysis regarding its interaction with other lines of social security, social services, casualty lines of commercial insurance and
health insurance.

Having studied medicine at University CES, Hector holds a European Master’s degree in Social Security from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. He is a Postgraduate in Project Management and Postgraduate in Occupational Safety and Health Management. He is also visiting professor for the University CES and lecturer at the International Training Centre of theInternational Labour Office (ILO).

He’s author, co-author or contributor in different papers and publications. Recently published ”Government health and human services: Visions, values, and strategies for the future”

Some of the other titles: “Disability management: Trends and emerging strategies”, "Future Challenges in Workers Compensation Insurance". "Covering just simple risks? Residual markets and uninsured risks in workers’ compensation systems". "Economic incentives: A reflection on workers’ compensation systems"; "Occupational diseases are they insurable?", "Assessing disability: An international comparison of workers’ compensation systems.

Hector is member of the European Institute of Social Security and of the International Commission on Occupational Health

10 July

DV

Dr George Verghese

General Practitioner
Waterloo Health Centre

10 July

DW

Dr Bethany Williams

Digital Pathology Fellow
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

10 July

TW

Tony Willis

Clinical Director for Diabetes
North West London STP
AA

Asma AlFayez

Full-Time PhD Student
UCL
PA

Phillip Anderson

Head of Policy
Multiple Sclerosis Society
MA

Maxine Apps

Senior Child Health Information Services Manager
SCW CHIS
AA

Alexander Arbis

King's College London
CA

Charles Armitage

Managing Director
Florence
DB

Dr Minal Bakhai

Medical Director
LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor
RB

Richard Ballerand

Member
NHSE London Clinical Senate
MB

Mark Bamlett

Integrated Urgent Care Programme Manager
NHS England and Healthy London Partnership
DB

Deborah Barnett

Research Assistant
Sheffield Hallam University
SB

Sarah Barnett

Head of Business Systems
Care UK
CB

Carmel Barrett

Information Resource Manager
MS Society
DB

Dr Amanda Begley

Programme Director
NHS Innovation Accelerator
TB

Tim Benson

Patient Leader
Royal Berkshire Hospital
SB

Stella Berke

Consultant
Carnall Farrar
DB

Dr Victoria Betton

Director and Founder
mHabitat
CB

Chris Betts

Regional Account Manager
LumiraDx Care Solutions
DB

Dr Gordon Bingham

Chief Nursing Informatics Officer
Alfred Health
PB

Peter Blackburn

Senior Staff Writer
British Medical Association
DB

Dorothy Blundell

Corporate Director
West Essex CCG
NB

Nadine Boczkowski

Head of Business Intelligence
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
DB

Dr Kambiz Boomla

Clinical Lead
Clinical Effectiveness Group
SB

Simon Bramwell

Technology Project Manager
ADI UK Ltd
TB

Toni Brasting

Creative Partnerships Manager
Wellcome Trust
MB

Michelle Brogan

Service Development Manager
Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare/NHS 24
KB

Katy Brooks

Senior Marketing Manager
Orion Health
MB

Mark Brooks

Patient
Mind
LB

Lucy Brown

Head of Clinical Leadership and Engagement
UK Central Clinical Team, Bupa
RB

Robin Bush

Chief Executive
Autism Together
LB

Luke Byron-Davies

Commissioning Manager - LSH
City of London Corporatioon
NC

Naimah Callachand

Clinical Writer
Royal Pharmaceutical Society
SC

Sue Capstick

Building a Digital Ready Workforce LEad
Healthy Lancashire and cumbria
MC

Michael Carey

Product Director
SmartCareDoc
TC

Tomy Carson

Pharmacy Advisor
NHS England
TC

Trish Cavanagh

Director of Operations
Tameside and Glossop Integrated NHS FT
LC

Lisa Chanos

Student
Imperial College
DC

Dr Jiri Chard

Senior Analytical Lead
NHS England
BC

Blair Cheekooree

Market Access Manager
BD
AC

Andrew Chronias

Chief Information Officer and Director of IMT
Central London Community Healthcare Trust
JC

Jenny Clarke

Chief Executive
Anima Foundation
LC

Lawrie Clarke

Research Analyst
Dr Foster
RC

Rus Clark

Senior Digital Consultant
One Care BNSSG Ltd
JC

Judith Clarkson

Commercial Director
ADI UK Ltd
AC

Alison Clements

Head of Operations
University College London Hospitals
JC

James Close

Research Fellow
Plymouth University
AC

Ann Cole

Senior Evolving Health Manager
Baxter
DC

Dr Nathan Cope

Digital Medicine Director
Otsuka
UC

Ulrika Crossfield

Services Director, England and Wales
Orion Health
KC

Kevin Crowley

Executive Director
Change, Grow, Live
DC

Dr Scott Cunningham

Technical Consultant
University of Dundee
HD

Harry Daniels

Regional Lead
Lantum
JD

Jonathan Darley

Digital Innovation Project Manager
NHS West Hampshire CCG
DD

Dr Rishi Das-Gupta

Director of Innovation
University College London Hospitals NHS FT
AD

Andrew Davies

Market Access
ABHI
PD

Peter Denton

Healthwatch Liaison Manager
Healthwatch in Greater Manchester
PD

Prof Carol Dezateux

Professor of Health Data Science
Queen Mary University of London
ED

Emma Dickenson

Finance Manager
Wrekin Housing Trust
SD

Steven Dodd

Digital Strategy Delivery Lead
Humber, Coast and Vale STP
RD

Rachel Dominey

Associate Director, Wealth and Enterprise
Wessex Academic Health Science Network
SD

Sharon Donald

Commercial Manager UK and Ireland
SmartCareDoc
SD

Sharon Donald

Commercial Manager UK and Ireland
SmartCareDoc
AD

Alice Donovan-Hart

Procurement Manager
NHS Shared Business Services
JD

Julie Dowson

Commercial Director
Appello
HD

Hanan Drobiner

Director of Operations - EU
Medial EarlySign
CD

Chris Duncalf

Head of Information
Dr Foster
DE

Dr Rob Eastham

GP Clinical Fellow
NHS Leeds CCG
SE

Seth Edwards

Product Manager
Dr Foster
PE

Prof Stuart Elborn

Cystic Fibrosis Centre Director
Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS FT
AE

Andrew Elves

Consultant Urologist
Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust
KF

Kevin Fairman

Chief Executive
Brunelcare
AF

Andrew Fenton

Associate Director, Digital Transformation
NHS South, Central and West CSU
SF

Sarah Fisher

Marketing Manager
Nuance
DF

Delyth Ford

Population Health Analyst
West Essex
SF

Sarah Forde

Head of Practice Services
BrisDoc Healthcare Services
SF

Sarah Forde

Head of Practice Services
BrisDoc Healthcare Services
CF

Claire Fordyce Fordyce

Senior PPI Officer
Public Health Agency
AF

Albin Forslund

Head of Customer Operations
Visiba Care
DF

Dr Sally Fowler-Davis

Clinical Researcher
Sheffield Hallam University
JF

Jo Fulton

Programme Lead - Discovery
Queen Mary University of London
SF

Selma Furtado

PhD Student
Dublin Institute of Technology
MG

Martin Gadsden

Medical R&D Specialist
AMED
VG

Vivien Gardner

Immunisation Lead
SCW CSU
SG

Sean Gilchrist

Director of ICT
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
SG

Sean Gilchrist

Director of ICT
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
DG

Dr Anne Gorringe

End Of Life Care Clinical Lead
UCLPartners
PG

peter grace

Clinical nurse Lead
NHS
JG

June Graham

Senior Consultant
RSM Management Limited
AG

Ann Green

Head of Life Sciences
Coventry University
DG

Dave Griffith

Informatics Programme Manager
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
JG

John Grumitt

Chief Executive
Changing Health
KG

Katharine Guthrie

Stakeholder Engagement & Benefits Manager
NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit
DG

Dr Charles Gutteridge

Chief Clinical Information Officer
Barts Health NHS FT
DH

Dr Lee Hamley

Chief Medical Officer
Alfred Health
JH

Jenny Hand

CEO
Reaching People
DH

Dr laurie hanna

Consultant Psychiatrist/CCIO
Camden & Islington NHS FT
AH

Austin Hardie

Organisational Development & Corporate Resources D
Shaw Trust
HH

Helen Harrison

Project Manager
University Hospital Southampton NHS FT
DH

Dr Abiye Hector-Goma

GP Partner
Allerton Medical Centre
GH

Gill Hitchcock

Journalist
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
DH

Dr Adam Hoare

Executive Director
The Bayswater Institute
GH

Graeme Hodgson

Partnership Development Manager
Anglia Ruskin University
MH

Maurice Hoffman

Lay member
self employed
RH

Rupert Hopwell

‎Director of Population Health Management
Philips
KH

Katie Houghton

Executive Chirman
CorrMed Limited
AH

Amelia Howard

Senior Manager - New Models of Care
NHS England
PH

Peter Hughes

Clinical Strategist
First Databank (UK)
DH

Dr Wajid Hussain

Consultant Cardiologist
Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS FT
FH

Fran Husson

Honorary Research Officer
Imperial College London
AJ

Andrew Jackson

Commercial Manager
Orion Health
LJ

Luke James

Medical Director Health Clinics
BUPA
DJ

Dr Mark Jenkins

Medical Director
Oviva UK Ltd
DJ

Dr Lesley Jones

Nurse Fellow
NHS Improvement
AJ

Anne Joshua

Head of Pharmacy Integration
NHS England
HJ

Hasan Jouni

Business Development Manager
Siemens Healthineers
RK

Rukshana Kapasi

Director
Crohn's and Colitis UK
DK

Dr Katerina Kassavou

Research Associate
University of Cambridge
JK

Jurgita Kaubryte

Head of Analytics
Dr Foster
AK

Adrian Kelly

Lead Commissioner - LSH
City of London Corporatioon
DK

Dr Neil Kelly

Clinical Lead eHealth
NHS Dumfries and Galloway
PK

Paul Kelly

Business Development Manager
Resolving Chaos
DK

Dr Asma Khalil

NHS Innovation Accelator Fellow
NIA
SK

Sarah Kidner

Head of Content
British Heart Foundation
DK

David Kryl

Director of Insight
Wessex Academic Health Science Network
JL

Jean Lansimaki

Programme Change Manager
Change, Grow, Live
DL

Dr John Larsen

Director of Evidence and Impact
Drinkaware
SL

Suzanne Lawrence

Managing Director Primary Care
Care UK
LL

Lucja Lehane

Practice Manager
The Exchange Surgery
DL

Dr Helen Liley

General Practitioner
Counties Manukau Health
FL

Fern Lindsay

Assistant
helengardiner.com
RL

Rachel Lintott

Head of Projects and Programmes
Aire Logic Ltd
RL

Richard Lohman

Ambassador
Healthwatch Oxfordshire
DL

Deborah Lowndes

Head of Transformation
BrisDoc Healthcare Services
AL

Alastair Lumley

Digital Strategy Manager
NDL Software Ltd
KM

Kara Mackenzie

Project Officer
Digital Health and Care Institute
DM

Dr Su Madge

Associate Director of Cystic Fibrosis Centre
Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS FT
TM

Tina Marshall

Innovation Platform Leader
CorrMed Limited
SM

Simon Marsh

Chief Information Officer
Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
DM

David Mason-Hawes

Head of Business Systems
Welsh Blood Service
NM

Nick Masterman

Senior Partner
FleishmanHillard Fishburn
GM

George Matson-Phippard

elearning lead
Epilepsy Action
DM

Dr James Maxwell

Consultant Rheumatologist and Clinical Lead
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
BM

Ben Mayberry

Head of Data
PillTime
JM

Joseff Mayberry

Postgraduate Student
London School of Economics
PM

Paul Mayberry

CEO
PillTime
AM

Angela McIntosh-Best

Business Development Manager
Richmond and Wandworth Councils
LM

Lorraine Meadows

Immunisation Lead
SCW CSU
SM

Shri Mehrotra

Director
Healthwatch Sutton
SM

Shri Mehrotra

Director
Healthwatch Sutton
GM

Gaurav Mehta

Consultant
NHS
DM

Dr Anatole Menon-Johansson

Director
SXT Health CIC
JM

Jamie Methuen

Senior Business Development Manager
Public Health England
WM

Wendy Micklewright

Support worker and campaigner for Mental Health
SM

Steve Middleton

Director of Innovation
Dr Foster
PM

Paul Midson

Child Health Information Manager
SCW CHIS
DM

Dr Vipul Modi

Lead dental practitioner / student
NHS East Midlands
IM

Irfan Mohammed

‎Strategic Partnerships Lead
Novartis
SM

Sarah Moorhead

Senior Project Manager
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
MM

Michelle Morgan

Operations Manager
Anima Foundation
JM

June Morley

Programme Manager
Leicester City Council
LM

Lara Mott

Chief Executive and Co-founder
ImproveWell Ltd
CM

Charlotte Mullins

Strategic Programme Manager
West Essex
SM

Sarah Murray

Non-Executive Director
Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust
DN

Dr Tets Nagamoto

Fellow
Kyoto University Graduate School of Informatics
NN

Natasha Neads

Project Manager
South Central and West
DN

Dr Amy Nelson

Senior Research Associate
UCL Institute of Neurology
JN

John Norton

Lay Partner
North West London Information Governance Group
OO

Orenda O'Brien-Davis

Strategic Commissioning Manager
London Borough of Tower Hamlets
RO

Ross O'Brien

Service Manager
CNWL
BO

Brian O'Hagan

service user/carer
Public Health Agency
JO

Jonathan O'Sullivan

Director of Sexual Health
City of London Corporation
JO

Judy O'Sullivan

Director of Services and Clinical Lead
British Heart Foundation
CO

Charlotte Owen

Project Officer
NHS England
SP

Simon Pannett

Head of Market Access
Coloplast Ltd
VP

Vas Papageorgiou

MPH Student
Imperial College London
DP

Dr Carolina Paras

Industry Operations Manager
Clinical Research Network Wessex
LP

Laura Parkinson

Senior Programme Manager
Cumbria Partnership NHS FT
HP

Helen Parrott

Associate Director of Therapy Services
Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS FT
KP

Kath Parson

Retired
Older Peoples Advocacy Alliance (UK)
AP

Akash Patel

MSc Student
Birkbeck, University of London
HP

Hemant Patel

Secretary
North East London Local Pharmaceutical Committee
IP

Ishani Patel

Co-Founder
Lantum
VP

Vikesh Patel

Projects
North East London Local Pharmaceutical Committee
SP

Sarah Pemberton

Senior Research Analyst
Dr Foster
ZP

Zinaida Peter

Knowledge Expert
McKinsey & Company
HP

Haroldas Petkus

Project Manager
Royal College of Physicians
PP

Prof Caroline Pickstone

Associate Director (Digital Innovation)
NIHR Clinical Research Network
AP

Andrew Pike

BA Manager
Beacon UK
DP

Dr Katherine Pittordou

Clinical Fellow
UCLPartners
MP

Magda Podobinska

Product Manager
Copyright Licensing Agency
DP

Dennis Polling

Senior Software Architect
Philips
CP

Claire Pope

Digital Marketing & Design Lead
NDL
MP

michelle prevost

student
Imperial College Business School
EP

Eva Psychrani

Engagement Coordinator
Healthwatch CWL
AP

Angie Pullen

Epilepsy Services Manager
Epilepsy Action
JR

Jessica Radcliffe

Improvement and Promgramme Manager
University of Leeds
FR

Frank Ratcliff

Programme Manager
Wessex Academic Health Science Network
CR

Carol Read

Clinical Innovation Manager
Salisbury NHS FT
LR

Luke Readman

Chief Information Officer
East London Health and Care Partnership
DR

Don Redding

Director of Policy
National Voices
MR

Mark Regan

Chief Executive
SmartCareDoc
ÚR

Úna Rice

Programme Manager - Digital Transformation
SCW
BR

Bob Ricketts

Director of Support Strategy
NHS England
DR

Dr John Robson

Reader
Queen Mary University of London
DR

Dr John Robson

Reader
Barts & the London School of Medicine and Dentistry
DR

Dr Damian Roland

Paediatric Emergency Medicine Consultant
Leicester Hospitals and Leicester University
ER

Emma Rossiter

Global Digital Exemplar Projects Benefits Manager
University Hospital Southampton NHS FT
PR

Peter Rottier

Director
Transform
DR

Dr Emma Rowley-Conwy

GP
Lambeth CCG
DR

Dr Ian Rubin Rubin

Director
CARE IS
AS

Alison Sanders

Research Analyst
Dr Foster
PS

Paul Saunders

Business Development Director
Kirona
JS

Jess Seal

Commissioning Development Lead
NHS Bromley CCG
DS

Dr Sam Shah

Director of Digital Development
NHS England
NS

Nick Shipton

Sales Director
Kirona
NS

Nick Shore

Digital Brand Manager
Chiesi Ltd
KS

Kyrillos Sidarous

Imperial College
DS

Dr James Simpkin

Clinical Lead
NHS Brighton and Hove CCG
DS

Dr Penelope Smith

Consultant Physician
Royal Free NHS FT
GS

Gill Smith

Business Development Director
Aire Logic Ltd
PS

Pam Smith

PPI Representative
Clinical Research Network West Midlands
SS

Steve Smith

Chief Executive
Welbeing
HS

Hannah Sophia

Digital Health Consultant
Sophia and Sophia Medical
DS

Debbie Sorkin

National Director of Systems Leadership
Leadership Centre
SS

Shelley Southon

Head of Service Community Mental Health
Shaw Trust
AS

Arthi Squires

Evolving Healthcare Manager
Baxter Healthcare Ltd
DS

David Stephenson

Digital Strategy Manager
NDL Software Ltd
DS

Dr Jonathan Stewart

GP Trainee
Western Health and Social Care Trust
DS

Dr Caroline Stirling

Consultant in Palliative Care
University College London Hospitals
ES

Elizabeth Sukkar

Editor, Thought Leadership
The Economist Group
DS

Dr Montu Sumra

Medical Director
Chiesi Limited
DS

Dr Anand Sundaralingam

Darzi Fellow
University of Brighton
GS

Gordon Sutherland

Chief Executive Officer
Tunstall Group
ES

Eileen Sutton

Head of Urgent and Emergency Care, Head of Care Closer to Home
NHS England and Healthy London Partnership
DS

Dr Axel Sylvan

Founder
myrecovery.ai
DS

Dr Axel Sylvan

Founder
myrecovery.ai
RT

Rebekah Tailor

Communications and Engagement Manager
NHS Innovation Accelerator
AT

Ann Taylor

Chief Executive Officer
Hilton Nursing Partners
FT

Fergus Taylor

Student
University of Glasgow
DT

Dr James Teo

Cogstack Clinical Lead and Consultant Neurologist
Kings College Hospital NHS FT
DT

David Thomas

Public Affairs Manager
Roche Products Limited
BT

Ben Townend

Product Manager
LumiraDx Care Solutions
MT

Mervyn Tsui

student
Imperial college
GT

Ginnie Tuck

Public Relations Manager
Roche Products Limited
DV

Dr George Verghese

GP Partner
Waterloo Health Centre
DW

Dr Monal Wadhera

Chief Medical Officer
LiveSmart UK Ltd
IW

Ian Wake

Director of Public Health
Thurrock Council
RW

Roger Wale

Chief Medical Informatics Officer
Alfred Health
PW

Phil Walker

Policy Lead
NHS England
DW

Dr Simon Wallace

CCIO
Nuance Healthcare
JW

Joseph Waller

Managing Director
Aire Logic Ltd
MW

Martin Wallis

Digital Programme Lead
East London Health and Care Partnership
HW

Hannah Walsh

PhD student
King's College London
JW

john weaver

Non-Exec
Frimley Health FT
PW

Prof Vanessa Webb

Medical Director
Mountain Healthcare Ltd
DW

Dr David Wells

Head of Operational Services
Wrekin Housing Trust
JW

Jacob West

Executive Director of Healthcare Innovation
British Heart Foundation
JW

Joshua Wheeler

Policy and Business Analyst
OptumLabs
KW

Kenneth Wilkinson

Retired Pathology Manager
DW

Dr Bethany Williams

Digital Pathology Fellow
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
DW

Dr Tony Willis

Clinical Director for Diabetes
North West London STP
GW

Geraldine Wingfield-Hill

Digital Programme Director
North London Partners STP
JW

Jon Wood

Senior Solution Architect
Leicestershire County Council
CW

Chris Wright

Director
TMI Systems
CW

Chris Wright

Director
TMI Systems
BW

Barbara Wycisk

UX Designer
Demant Technology Centre
DY

Dave Yates

Senior Manager
GlaxoSmithKline
DY

Dr Alex Young

Founder and CEO
Virti
NY

Naeem Younis

Managing Director
Strasys
NY

Naeem Younis

Managing Director
Strasys
JZ

Joanna Zaboklicka

User Experience Designer
Demant Technology Centre
EZ

Eugenio Zuccarelli

Research Analyst
Dr Foster

NHS Digital

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•InterSystems TrakCare, a unified healthcare information system •Embedded technologies for analytics and mobile and Web-based applications

Cerner

Cerner is the leading U.S. supplier of health care information technology solutions that optimize clinical and financial outcomes. Around the world, health organizations ranging from single-doctor practices to entire countries turn to Cerner for our powerful yet intuitive solutions. Cerner offers clients a dedicated focus on health care, an end-to-end solution and service portfolio, and proven market leadership.

Online counselling for those affected by cancer

Online counselling for those affected by cancer
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Bella Mossa: Use of incentives to encourage Active Travel and reduce single-occupancy car use in Bologna, Italy

Bella Mossa: Use of incentives to encourage Active Travel and reduce single-occupancy car use in Bologna, Italy
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Development of web-application to train staff on ReSPECT - a new process for emergency care and treatment planning

Development of web-application to train staff on ReSPECT - a new process for emergency care and treatment planning
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Western Trust Primary Care Portal

Western Trust Primary Care Portal
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Engage - a central resource for involvement in health and social care

Engage - a central resource for involvement in health and social care
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NHS Urgent Medicines Supply Advanced Service National Pilot

NHS Urgent Medicines Supply Advanced Service National Pilot
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Workplace health promotion using digital health programme with monthly telecoaching to improve clinical and lifestyle related outcomes

Workplace health promotion using digital health programme with monthly telecoaching to improve clinical and lifestyle related outcomes
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Contraception Services: A Digital Approach

Contraception Services: A Digital Approach
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A Systematic Approach to Promoting Pulse Regularity Checks in General Practice

A Systematic Approach to Promoting Pulse Regularity Checks in General Practice
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Development, implementation and outcomes of a safe patient centred, self management App providing follow up care for citizens with prostate cancer

Development, implementation and outcomes of a safe patient centred, self management App providing follow up care for citizens with prostate cancer
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The King's Fund

The King's Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. We help to shape policy and practice through research and analysis; develop individuals, teams and organisations; promote understanding of the health and social care system; and bring people together to learns, share knowledge and debate. Our vision is that the best possible care is available to all.

For more information visit:
www.kingsfund.org.uk/about-us

I2s2

L2S2 is a Digital Health Specialist empowering innovation.

We enable ultra-rapid development of digital health applications, apps and healthcare applications of Artificial Intelligence.

Our solutions connect patients, carers, clinicians and providers and fully enable interoperability. They comply to NHS Information Governance, GDPR, GxP, audit and medical device regulation.

Our sophisticated and highly configurable technology, Xenplate, has the functionality to:
  • create a fully featured patient or clinician app
  • incorporate AI, including cloud-based algorithms
  • connect to SystmOne, EMIS and multiple secondary care systems
  • run a clinic,
  • implement clinical pathways,
  • interface (API) to other systems, medical devices, home sensors
  • work on- and off-line with background synchronisation,
  • manage messaging between patients and clinicians with logging and prioritisation.

Xenplate is available either standalone or hosted with NHSDigital approved architecture to transfer data between the internet and NHS systems.

L2S2 is ISO 13458 (medical device), ISO 27001 (information security) and ISO 9001 accredited. 

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

IEG4

In health and 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 software to transform Continuing Healthcare assessment and service delivery:
• A single digital cloud-based platform across many organisations to enable rapid referral
• Automation of highly complex business processes
• Digital process end to end for Continuing Healthcare assessment
• NHS England SBRI recipient to develop CHC software platform
• NHS England top ten impactful digital innovations in 2018
• Growing NHS customer base across England

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.

Checkware Ltd

CheckWare is designed specifically for health organisations and research projects within mental health and addiction treatment using clinical assessments.
CheckWare is web-based and automates the collection, scoring and reporting of test results. CheckWare has distribution rights for over 1000 clinical assessments and clinics can add their own forms. The solution is used in mental health and addiction treatment for children, adolescents and adults in community health services and specialist health services.
The patient answers assessments from home or during an appointment and the reports showing current status and development over time are immediately available for the clinician. The solution is adaptable to any care pathway, can be integrated with electronic patient records and can document the entire health organisation's treatment efficiency.
Unlike current manual paper-based procedures, CheckWare offers a complete assessment solution for clinical use, where it can simultaneously collect patient data for research and outcome measure reporting. This increases the quality of treatment and frees up valuable resources.
Organisations that want to increase patient involvement and strengthen patient compentence can implement modules for self-management, such as goals and activities, diary and exercises. Research has shown that higher patient competence increases quality of life, reduces health issues and the pressure on NHS.

Lumiradx

LumiraDx was founded in 2014 by a group of entrepreneurs with a successful track record in building and scaling diagnostics and health IT businesses. These included Medisense, Inverness Medical and Alere.
Poorly co-ordinated care is a leading cause of rising healthcare costs globally. Emerging models of care require ubiquitous technologies to integrate patient data and workflows.
LumiraDx joins health, social, financial, and administrative information about individuals from all venues of care into a real-time, longitudinal case record. We use this information to help ensure that individuals are supported with the most appropriate care at the right time and in the right setting.

GaitSmart

GaitSmart is a sensor-based gait assessment system that objectively measures key gait parameters in a short walking test.
GaitSmart tests provide physiotherapists and patients with the key gait markers such as hip and knee angle, symmetry of movement and stride duration. How these measurements compare to the healthy reference is indicated in the report using a simple traffic light system. This helps to locate the cause of gait problems and their severity. This objective digital data quantifies subtle changes over time, demonstrating the effectiveness of the intervention programme. It can also provide motivation to patients to continue exercises.
The GaitSmart report generates suggested exercises, in common use throughout the NHS matched to the gait abnormalities identified. These matches are based on GaitSmart‘s extensive database of case studies and support the production of a personalized intervention plan.

DrFoster

Dr Foster: turning data into decisions

Our aim at Dr Foster is to equip healthcare organisations to make better and faster decisions on the quality and value of connected healthcare. We do this by working with our clients to deliver easy to use and role-relevant solutions that deliver actionable insights – insights that play a significant role in driving decisions.

We are a world leader in healthcare data and insight, our metrics have been adopted as global standards in healthcare. We have proven expertise in algorithm and model development and are applying machine-learning techniques to continually innovate. We supply data and algorithms to interoperate with customers’ systems to provide more flexibility and save time and resources.

Our dedicated teams provide trusted, specialist support and have a wealth of healthcare, analytical and technical experience. Through our long-standing partnership with Imperial College London, we apply academic research to strengthen our solutions and deepen understanding of healthcare data and insight.

South Central and West CSU

South, Central and West’s team of 1,300 skilled professionals provide expert support for over 80 NHS and non-NHS customers - nationally, regionally and locally. As a current delivery partner for 13 STPs we have been at the heart of emerging Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) and the increasing adoption of population health management approaches.

We work as a partner in the system, bringing our unique NHS and commercial experience to tackling the challenges together with customers, partners, patients and service users, guiding them to greater collaboration, integration, and cultural change. With deep roots in the health and social care system we have a passion for supporting customers to address these challenges.

Leading on care transformation, digital transformation, care analytics, and organisational development programmes we provide flexible and cost-effective access to the skills, insight and capacity that systems need to optimise performance, transform services and pathways, and drive increasingly effective person-centred care.

Airelogic

Since Aire Logic was founded in 2007, we have been committed to improving the relationship between technology and clinical practice. Our services range from IT enterprise architecture and integration consultancy to creating software solutions, including our forms4health product.
Our Award winning eforms solution is a modular, easily integrated, electronic forms platform, allowing an organisation to quickly and easily design smart forms.The product is now making a real difference in NHS Trusts, achieving efficiencies, supporting patient engagement and better patient outcomes as well helping Trusts meet transformation, paperless and new models of care targets.
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