Don’t miss your chance to hear from a team of SCW experts at this week’s Innovation Expo as they deliver presentations alongside our partners and showcase real working experiences within the areas of digital and interoperability, sepsis, population health management and procurement.
Here’s the full list of the SCW sessions over the two day event:
Follow @NHSscwcsu for live updates.
Wednesday 5 September
Identifying and tackling sepsis in healthcare
Location: Pop up university - PUU5
Learn more about the challenges facing the identification and treatment of sepsis and how national initiatives delivered locally are making an impact on improving outcomes for patients. Key tools and resources will also be introduced to support learning and improvement. This session is being led by Kate Cheema – SCW Acting Associate Director of Transformation Analytics and Health Economics, and Matthew Inada-Kim - National Clinical Advisor Sepsis and Deterioration, NHS England and NHS Improvement.
Driving digital transformation in primary care: lessons learnt from online consultations
Location: HealthTech Zone, HealthTech theatre 1
The presentation will cover the real life experiences of GP colleagues in implementing Online Consultation systems into GP Practices, and the benefits it gives both patients and practice staff. It will share practical lessons from implementation, outline critical success factors and provide an opportunity for the audience to ask questions. NHS England colleagues will be sharing their learning, and SCW's Adam Bowles – Procurement Assistant and Viki Kirby – Clinical Procurement Manager who both work in the “Engine room” of the National Commercial and Procurement Hub providing these services, will be in the audience to answer any questions.
Session for CIOs and CCIOs with Dr Simon Eccles and Prof Stephen Powis (closed session)
Location: Theatre 2
Presented by: Simon Eccles - Chief Clinical Information Officer (CIO) ; Professor Steve Powis - National Medical Director, NHS England and hosted by Andy Kinnear, SCW Director of Digital Transformation.
Innovation – What does it mean for you?
Location: Pop up university - PUU3
The NHS claims innovation is critical to enable and achieve its ambitions to deliver better care for patients while improving financial outcomes.
But innovation doesn’t magically happen. It starts with driven individuals, pioneers and leaders, whose impact may be limited if the context is not welcoming new ideas and individual initiatives.
Startups are faster and better at innovating, because the ‘right to fail’ is a given. It’s better to try and fail, rather than not try at all. But is it also the case within the NHS? How far is innovation welcome? Would you risk your job if you went a little too far? Can we make users our allies?
From structural reforms to process re-engineering, addressing challenges of all NHS managers and health professionals, this workshop led by Dr. Charles Alessi – Chief Clinical Officer at HIMSS International, will discuss innovation strategies at all levels and provide key insights that will help you unleash the innovator in you. Andy Kinnear, SCW Director of Digital Transformation is part of the panel sharing his experiences.
Thursday 6 September
Population health analytics: applying the insights to improve patient management
Location: Pop up university - PUU7
This session will explore innovations in the use of population health analytics to improve patient care. Delegates will hear from a range of speakers including SCW's Kate Cheema - Acting Associate Director of Transformation Analytics and Health Economics, Chris Morris - Principal Analyst, and Alan Thompson - Director of User Support UK Team Leader, Johns Hopkins HealthCare Solutions about how innovations are being applied to real-world situations. The panel will discuss their experiences, including difficulties and challenges, and key lessons learned.
Population Health Management Data Governance
Location: NHS England Spotlight
Are you an integrated care system and struggling to access the data needed for effective population health management? NHS Englands Data and IG teams supported by SCW’s Catherine Dampney, Director of BI Innovation & Transformation will discuss how you can improve your population health management data governance arrangements and demonstrate the controls and maturity to secure effective access to data.
Building world class digital systems to transform the NHS for both staff and patients
Location: Future NHS Stage
Andy Kinnear, SCW Director Digital Transformation joins Juliet Bauer - Chief Digital Officer, NHS England; Sam Bramwell - Healthcare Lead – South, Microsoft UK; Dr Simon Eccles - Chief Clinical Information Officer, NHS England; Sarah Wilkinson - CEO, NHS Digital discuss how we are building a world class digital infrastructure to make both staff and patients’ lives easier and whether it is possible to meet both sets of needs.