Join us at the Kings Fund’s Digital Health & Care Congress

KingsFund Digital Health and Care Congress

The annual Digital Health and Care Congress at the Kings Fund in London the 5-6 July 2016 provides a key opportunity for you to join with peers to explore how the better use of technology and data can support and enable the developments needed to transform outcomes for patients and citizens.

Keynote speakers include:

Raj Adgopul, First Byte Community Interest Company
Mr Hasib Aftab, Head of IT and Systems, Camden Clinical Commissioning Group
Chris Boulton, Nat Hip Fracture Database Project Manager, Royal College of Physicians
Lisa Brunton, PhD Research Student, University of Manchester
Beverley Bryant, Director of Digital Technology, NHS England
Dame Fiona Caldicott, National Data Guardian, Health and Social Care
Paul Chamberlain, Professor, Sheffield Hallam University
Aimie Chapple, Accenture
Robert Dunlop, Elsevier
Dr Neel Gupta, GP Representative and GP Governing Body Member, Camden Clinical Commissioning Group
Professor Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King’s Fund
Julian Hamann, Medical Director, Cupris Health
Hazel Harper, Independent Living Innovation Platform Programme Manager, Innovate UK Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health
Heather Joy, Nervecentre Software Ltd
Phil Koczan, Chief Information Officer, NHS Waltham Forest Clinical Commissioning Group
Richard Murray, Director, Health Policy, The King’s Fund
Dr Niels Peek, Reader in Health Informatics, The University of Manchester
Sally Pezaro, Doctoral Researcher, Coventry University
Luke Readman, Chief Information Officer, Waltham Forest, Newham and Tower Hamlets CCG
Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, Telecare Services Association
Inderjit Singh, Head of Enterprise Architecture, NHS England
Mustafa Suleyman, Co-founder and Head of Applied Artificial Intelligence, Google DeepMind
Matthew Swindells, National Director, Commissioning Operations and Information, NHS England
Frances Taggart, Warwick Medical School
Dr Robert M. Wachter, author of ‘The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine’s Computer Age’ and Professor and Interim Chairman, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco

Keynote Topics will include:

The digital future of the NHS
Telehealth, Well Designed and Designed for Wellbeing: Design Guidelines for User Experience
Assessment of a smartphone-connected otoscope and associated healthcare communication platform
Active clinical decision support – empowering primary care clinicians to deliver preventative care to that can cut costs and save lives
Using real-time online reports to improve care for patients with hip fracture
The importance of digital health in the implementation of the Five Year Forward View
UK Healthcare Pathway App for migrants
Electronic Handover to increase Patient Safety
Digital technology for communication between clinicians and young patients with chronic conditions (LYNCS study) – An international review
Perspectives and experiences of health professionals on the implementation and use of telehealth for COPD services: towards personalised and holistic support
The Camden Integrated Digital Record tale – enabling the clinical transformation agenda across Health and Social care
The impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare
Data security in the NHS: Overseeing the safe use of personal health and care information, holding the health and social care system to account and acting on behalf of patients and care users.
Supporting self-care for patients
Overcoming barriers to interoperability: lessons from Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
Digital solutions for allied health professionals
Using informatics to improve systems and services
Web-based tools and apps supporting patient wellbeing
Innovation in digital health: using the internet of things
Using apps to support clinical decision making
Accenture Doctors Survey 2015
Improving access through the use of technology
The Dementia Challenge: A Human-Centred Approach
Involving an expert panel in the development of an online intervention designed to support midwives in work-related psychological distress: Exploring the outcomes of a Delphi study
Out-of-home activity recognition from GPS data in schizophrenic patients

Sponsors include:

Orion Health
Digital Healthcare Management
Vivify Health


Click here to register here (ticket prices: £240-605 + VAT)

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