Healthcare Informatics and Analytics Conference: Harnessing NHS data
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“Using data, we can determine what care is working well and what needs to be improved, allowing patients, clinicians and commissioners to compare the quality and efficiency of care.” – NHS England
From reducing the time doctors spend on paperwork to facilitating diagnosis by artificial intelligence, data analytics and informatics could have a transformational effect on how the NHS works.
The unprecedented amount of patient data that is now available means the concept of personalised medicine is closer to becoming a reality than ever before. By bringing together a patients genomic, clinical and lifestyle data, the NHS can move away from a “one size fits all” approach and instead focus on the health risks and clinical needs of an individual.
The ambition to make the NHS paperless by 2020 and introduce an integrated records system is a step in the right direction. But the NHS will need to invest in digital infrastructure and staff training in order to realise the full potential of the data it has at its disposal.
This conference is aimed at health care professionals who want to improve services in their sector by getting more out of information and communication technologies. Promoting improvements in the quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare through information technology is more important than ever as technology continues to rapidly advance.
This conference is where CIOs, CCIOs, CEOs and Board Members will meet and discuss how concepts such as Cloud, Wearables, Informatics, Big Data, Security and Social Media can improve patient care and create smarter hospitals.
Join us for the Healthcare Informatics and Analytics Conference where expert speakers will explain how data analysis can transform the NHS. Understand how analytics can inform both clinical practice and medical research, see how pioneering informatics technology is improving health outcomes and assess your organisations readiness for the data revolution.
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Registration, Refreshments & Exhibition
Opening Remarks from Chair
University of Salford (invited)
The future of digital health and care
Professor Daniel Ray, Director of Data, Professor of Health Informatics, NHS Digital (invited)
Harnessing the power of information
Adrian Byrne, Director of Informatics, University Hospitals Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (invited)
Refreshments & Networking Break
Session to be delivered by Trustmarque
Care Quality Commission (CQC) (invited)
Seminar Stream 1
Seminar A delivered by TBC
Seminar B delivered by TBC
Session C delivered by TBC
Lunch & Networking
Case study – Connected Health Cities
Gary Leeming, Associate Director of Digital, Health Innovation Manchester (CONFIRMED)
How the successful visualisation of health informatics could revolutionise the scientific dialogue
Dr Zisis Kozlakidis, Virologist, University College London (invited)
Realising the future of mental health informatics
Claire Murdoch, National Mental Health Director, NHS England (invited)
Case study - Bringing Streams to Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Tony Smith, Consultant Anaesthetist and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (invited)
University of Salford (invited)
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- Understanding how the integration of data and in the use of real world evidence can drive policy, research and delivery of care.
- Recognise how to transform healthcare delivery through the use of information and communication technologies.
- How to do something differently in your organization to drive value.
- Understanding where healthcare is going, what is changing, and how CIOs are using systems and data.
- Ensuring your strategic plans are on the right path and are consistent with what clients are thinking.
- Provide healthcare provider leaders with educational content, insightful debate and dialogue on the future of healthcare.
- Discussions around a wide variety of topics, including a deeper focus on cybersecurity, data analytics, telehealth, and policy.
- Explore the critical principles to safeguarding large-scale networks and the processes that have prevented potential intrusions--ensuring patient data is safeguarded.
- The top lessons learned in security compliance and organisational frameworks following the ‘WannaCry’ attack.
Who should attend?
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Chief Executive Officers
Chief Information Officers
Chief Information Security Officers
Chief Medical Information Officers
Chief Medical Officers
Chief Nursing Officers
Chief of Medical Records
Chief Operating Finanicial Officers and Controllers
Chief Privacy Officers
Chief Technology Officers
Director/Manager Nursing Informatics
Information Systems Directors/Managers
IT Directors and senior IT and IT security professionals
Legal, Compliance, and Quality Directors/Managers
Medical Records Directors/Managers
Medical/Clinical Informatics Directors/Managers
Physicians and Clinicians