Catherine Dale, Deputy Coordination Director is joining the presentation on Out of hospital care: Sustaining the best innovations post-pandemic.
Also hear from:
Sarah Brown, Senior Implementation, Innovation and Evaluation Manager – NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Oxford and Thames Valley
Tayo Owodunni, AHSN Programme Manager – Innovation team, NHS England
This session will:
Introduce the learnings from the NHS Insights Prioritisation Programme. The programme is designed to evaluate and facilitate implementation of innovation that supports post-pandemic ways of working, builds service resilience, and delivers benefits to patients.
Spotlight on how innovation supported moving care out of hospital during the pandemic (i.e., using remote monitoring, virtual minor stroke clinics, Community Assessment & Treatment Units, digital remote monitoring, Community Diagnostic Centres) and, because we have systematically captured the learning, to provide delegates with a ‘how to’ introduce those innovations locally that they can take away.
Digital Future Theatre – 26 April 2023 – 10:00 – 10:45
The session will be chaired by Erica White, Director of Innovation – Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and joined by:
Aasha Cowey, Associate Director Digital Strategic Transformation – Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Hayley Grafton, CNIO – The Royal Marsden Hospital NHSFT
Digital Transformation Theatre – 27th April 2023 – 11:45 – 12:15
Rishi Das-Gupta, Chief Executive Officer – Health Innovation Network will be presenting on the Hewitt Report: What does it mean for digital innovation?
The Hewitt report has sought evidence from many stakeholders to understand the implications for Digital and Data and the optimum scale for collaboration. We share our perspective working with innovators to implement solutions through the Academic Health Science Networks and DigitalHealth.London on the findings of the report.
Digital Future Theatre – 27 April 2023 – 09:15 – 09:45
Amanda Begley, Exec Director of Digital Transformation – Health Innovation Network will be presenting Working in partnership to accelerate the remote monitoring technologies market.
Remote monitoring offers an opportunity to care for patients in their homes, whilst also freeing up frontline staff and NHS estate. However, navigating the market is difficult due to the volume and diversity of solutions. The market is in growth phase, with many products offering a range of situationally appropriate functionalities. Our understanding of the value of RM and virtual ward pathways is also evolving, with emerging insights from patients and clinicians informing changes in functionality and new technological solutions.
By working in partnership with industry – bringing in their innovative ideas and technical capabilities – we can accelerate and direct the development of these technologies. Having engaged with 50/+ experts (CCIOs, procurement, commercial and legal experts) we have captured insights and recommendations on the mechanisms available through the procurement process to help the NHS harness innovation and drive remote monitoring in a way that works for patients, staff, and commissioners.
Amanda will be joining the panel discussion on How can digital solutions support the workforce? in the Digital Keynote Theatre between 14:45 – 15:30.
She will be joined by:
Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive – TEC Services Association
Darren Atkins, Chief Technology Officer – The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
This event is FREE for healthcare, allied healthcare, NHS, social care, public sector professionals. Click here to register.
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