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Is data the glue that will help us mend a fragmented care system? The what, why and how
Extracting knowledge and insight from vast amounts of data is seen as the biggest enabler to the transformation of health and care. As we move closer to regional and population-based health and care, data is more important than ever in driving the prevention agenda, in understanding the health needs of our populations, measuring the impact of new care models and eliminating barriers to integrated care. What’s less clear is what good looks like and how we tackle deep seated challenges such as privacy and the lack of a single shared data sharing platform.
The March 2018 Executive Leadership Summit will explore these issues, hearing from national leaders setting the data agenda, local innovators and suppliers that are showing what’s possible across the health system.
To request an invitation to the event, please fill in our brief registration form and we will contact you shortly.
With Dr Mark Davies, Chief Medical Officer, HIMSS UK
with Amy Galea - Deputy Director, Transforming Health Systems, NHS England
Take a look at our workshop tab to see which workshops you would like to take part in.
with Professor Daniel Ray - Director of Data Science, NHS Digital
- What are the key components in the national data services platform?
- What is all the hype around AI, where are we with AI in healthcare?
- What new national clinical data is going to be available?
- What new ways is data being used in healthcare?
Take a look at the workshop tab to see which workshops you would like to take part in.
with Dr Steven Laitner, GP and Clinical Advisor
Dispelling the myth that segmentation of care can create silos and the loss of personalisation.
Hear how the Kent Integrated Dataset, the NAPC population health 3x3 matrix, data analytics and community level Multidisciplinary Teams have supported the delivery of holistic, coordinated care to those people who really need it.
The challenges, opportunities and solutions - using data to improve health and care
Learning from the UK and around the world
with John Ainsworth - Professor of Health Informatics, University of Manchester
with Dr Dominic King - Senior Clinician Scientist, DeepMind
Followed by: AI-enabled healthcare - potential and challenges. Are we ready? Join the debate.
The debate will consider:
• The legal status of a decision made by an autonomous system
• Who is accountable for the decision it makes?
• The ethics of trying to codify the complex tradeoffs that occur every day in healthcare
• The confidence of the public and professional in AI with its ‘black box’ image and the notion of loss of human control
chaired by Dr Mark Davies, Chief Medical Officer, HIMSS UK
Dr Dominic King, Senior Clinician Scientist - DeepMind
Eleonora Harwich, Head of Digital Technological Innovation - Reform. Author of: Thinking on it's own - AI in the NHS
Michael Seres, Patient leader - Facilitator for the Centre for Patient Leadership, and digital strategy adviser to the Patients' Association and Oxford Transplant Foundation
Matteo Berlucchi, CEO - Your.MD
With Dr Mark Davies - Chief Medical Officer, HIMSS UK