Agenda

02 October 2017

  • Registration and Refreshments Take the opportunity to meet speakers and fellow delegates before the conference commences. Coffee, tea and refreshments will be served in the exhibition area from 8.30am.
  • Chair and Introduction Margaret is Head of the Technology Enabled Care and Digital Healthcare Innovation Division within the Scottish Government.
  • Ministerial Keynote The Minister will update delegates on progress on the 2020 Vision for health in Scotland and its relevancy to health and social care integration and outline Government's strategic objectives in delivering health and social care services digitally.

    TBC
  • Questions to the Minister
  • Expert Panel: Health & Social Care Integration Our expert panel will address how The National Delivery Plan commits to innovate and expand ‘technology enabled’ service redesign at scale, with emphasis on the importance of partnership working across health, social care, housing, third and independent sector organisations.
  • Expert Panel: Platform Approaches Can Break Down Barriers Integrating systems in the public sector is hampered by the proliferation of different standards, multiple identities and sign-in requirements. Speakers will outline the work they are leading on and discuss the implications, challenges opportunities for the rest of the public sector.
  • Break for refreshments and networking
  • International Keynote Speaker: Madis Tiik - The Revolution Has Arrived Estonia brands itself a ‘digital nation’ and has undertaken large scale digital transformation including the implementation of e-health records. The results have been dramatic: 98% of the population use the health information exchange and national healthcare costs have fallen to 6% of GDP.
  • Questions to Madis Tiik and transition to first workshops
  • Workshops - Session One (1A - 1D) Each workshop includes a real-time case study that illustrates the positive impact of innovative digital products and services on clinicians and health care workers.

    Workshop Session OneClick here to view all sessions in this workshop

      • 11:45 - 12:15
      • Workshop 1A - Secure Clinical Workspace Implimentation
      Overview: Please join us for a ..read more »

      Please join us for a real-life insight into how a secure clinical workspace implementation can be achieved using Citrix. Jon Murden, Senior Systems Engineer, will take you through his journey delivering Citrix into a highly complex clinical environment, how he and his team achieved success and the positive impact this had on the clinical and non-clinical staff at Portsmouth NHS Trust.
       

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      • 11:45 - 12:15
      • Workshop 1B - Ensuring provision and access to technology is person-centred
      The rapid evolution of technological health has provided great opportunities in the treatment of long-term conditions such as diabetes. However, challenges remain.
      Overview: The rapid evolution of technological ..read more »

      The rapid evolution of technological health has provided great opportunities in the treatment of long-term conditions such as diabetes.  However, challenges remain including equality of access, lack of investment in staff training, understanding of emerging technologies, and financial restrictions at a national and Health Board level.

      How can Scotland keep up with the pace of change and also ensure that the individual is at the heart of the decision-making process?  As well as benefits to the individual, what advantages and cost-savings can NHS Scotland experience as a result? 
       

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      • 11:45 - 12:15
      • Workshop 1C - How energy data and smart technology can transform health and care
      What role might smart meters have in the world of digital health and telecare technology? Could they help with home monitoring of long-term conditions? How might they interact with new healthcare support from public bodies and other service providers?
      Overview: Every home in Britain is ..read more »

      Every home in Britain is being offered a smart meter, and the rich stream of energy data created will open up new opportunities for consumers to access innovative services in the future.

      What role might smart meters have in the world of digital health and telecare technology? Could they help with home monitoring of long-term conditions? How might they interact with new healthcare support from public bodies and other service providers?

      We’ll hear from the academics and experts behind Energising Health, a report that sets out for the first time the opportunities and challenges for realising the smart energy future in health and care.

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      • 11:45 - 12:15
      • Workshop 1D Mobile working - Focusing on Patients
      Overview: Give back the time to ..read more »

      Give back the time to do more of the work that matters. Totalmobile is at the forefront of enabling and transforming health and social care by focusing on patients instead of the unnecessary tasks that reduce efficiency and the provision of care. Our solutions are designed to free your clinical staff and care workers to focus on where they can be most effective and improve the quality of care for your service users, Focus on Patients Not Paperwork; Improved Job Satisfaction; More Time to Care

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  • Workshops - Session Two (2A - 2D)

    Workshop Session TwoClick here to view all sessions in this workshop

      • 12:20 - 12:50
      • Workshop 2A - Using software to help build accessible & inclusive digital health & social care services
      The session will include a practical demonstration of key software that enhances website accessibility and addresses hidden disability in the workforce.
      • 12:20 - 12:50
      • Workshop 2B - Clinicians and Technology Working Together to Enhance Patient Safety


      Speaker: TBC, Patientrack
      Overview: Patientrack is an award winning, ..read more »

      Patientrack is an award winning, always-on, active safety and communication system that delivers measurable sustainable benefits
      • reduction in hospital length-of-stay
      • reduction in mortality
      • improvement in the accuracy of EWS calculations
      • increased levels of clinical attendance
      • reduction in the number of unexpected cardiac arrests
      • reduction in the number ICU days.

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      • 12:20 - 12:50
      • Workshop 2C
      • 12:20 - 12:50
      • Workshop 2D Protecting Patient Data
      Overview: The Healthcare industry has unique ..read more »

      The Healthcare industry has unique cyber security challenges – to meet the demand for data, to protect highly sensitive patient information from advanced attacks, most recently WannaCry, all while maintaining compliance with regulations and policy. Today’s organizations need an integrated healthcare security solution that touches all points – a single architecture that combines high performance network security with real-time proactive protections.

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  • Lunch, Exhibition and Networking
  • Keynote: Mobile workforce management
  • Expert Panel: Risk Free Data Management Can data management ever be risk free?
  • Break for refreshments and networking
  • International Keynote: Digital Technologies Improving Patient Outcomes Discussion about tackling some of the most intransigent problems within the NHS and social care based on UK and European vision and experience, and how that learning might translate into a Scottish context.
  • International Expert Panel: Learning from Scotland's NHS
  • Chair's closing remarks

Health and Social Care 2017 - Agenda

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02 October 2017 The Technology & Innovation Centre Strathclyde University 99 George Street Glasgow - G1 1RD United Kingdom

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