Diary dates: upcoming events and webinars

From 13 March, SCW and partner subject matter experts will be presenting at a series of events across the country, showcasing real experiences alongside colleagues from the health and care sector.

Follow @NHSscwcsu for further details and live tweets.

Key dates include:

Tuesday 13 March – SCW and partner subject matter experts speaking at The Johns Hopkins ACG System Leicester Symposium

Chris Morris, Principal Analyst at SCW is invited to speak at The Johns Hopkins ACG System Leicester Symposium where he will be discussing the ACG System, using population health data sets, and our collaboration with John Hopkins to deliver population health management. Follow live tweets from the conference with #ACGLS2018
For full details about this Johns Hopkins event visit https://www.hopkinsacg.org/event/leicester2018/

Wednesday 14 March - Johns Hopkins Healthcare Solutions workshop with Hampshire and the Isle of Wight customers, Best Western Chilworth Manor, Southampton, SO16 7PT

Using the ACG System to support population health management – key US representatives from Johns Hopkins Healthcare will attend including Kumar Subramaniam, Executive Officer for Population Health Analytics. Representatives will be sharing their experiences of an Accountable Care Organisation in Baltimore.
Register at https://www.hopkinsacg.org/document/supporting-population-health-management-baltimore/ or contact Marion Boyes, Customer Delivery Director at mboyes@nhs.net 

Follow @NHSscwcsu for live tweets throughout the session.

Thursday 15 March – Andy Kinnear speaking at the Digital Health Leadership Summit, Bristol

The Digital Health Leadership Summit is an exclusive two-day event focusing on driving digital transformation across health and social care. Key themes include learning from other sectors that have achieved digitally-led services and engaging board-level executives.

Andy Kinnear, Director of Digital Transformation at SCW will be chairing the ‘Bristol digital leadership showcase’ discussing how Bristol health and care organisation leaders are working together on digital alongside:

  • Robert Woolley, CEO, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
  • Julia Clarke, CEO, Bristol Community Health
  • Neil Darvill, Executive Director IM&T, North Bristol NHS Trust
  • Deborah El-Sayed, Director of Transformation, Bristol NHS CCG

Follow tweets from the event with #DHLeadership18. Further details about the event can be found at: https://www.digitalhealth.net/events/leadership-summit-leading-digital-transformation-in-health-and-care/

Free regional events and WebEx series - The technology model rollout developed by the New Care Models programme with support from SCW and North of England CSU

The harnessing technology model, developed by the New Care Models programme, is being rolled out to vanguards and STP areas with support from the SCW and North of England CSU support teams. The model is a set of diagnostic tools which will help local teams identify digital capabilities and technical architecture requirements for New Care Models across your locality.

Upcoming sessions include:

  • Tuesday 13 March – 10am
    WebEx session – Supporting your Digital Healthcare Planning
  • Wednesday 14 March – 9.30am
    Regional event, Leeds - Harnessing Technology
  • Thursday 15 March – 9.30am
    Regional event, Newcastle - Harnessing Technology
  • Tuesday 20 March – 10am
    WebEx session – Supporting your Digital Healthcare Planning
  • Friday 23 March – 10am
    WebEx follow up session – Supporting your Digital Healthcare Planning
  • Tuesday 27 March – 10am
    WebEx follow up session - Supporting your Digital Healthcare Planning
  • Register for the WebEx sessions or regional events here: http://harnessingtechnology.eventbrite.com/

These events are aimed at Managers, IT/business change leads, STP digital leads – to take the opportunity at these free events to learn about this asset that will help them with their digital capability planning – either at a STP or pathway level, the toolset supports organisations in the understanding, planning, procurement and delivery of digital architecture solutions to meet the changing needs of healthcare delivery.