Programme

SIHI 2015: Personalised health and care by 2020?

9 September 2015

TimeSpeakerPresentation Title
0845Registration and coffee
Session 1: Describing the vision
(Chair, Tony Horne)
0915Prof Djamel Ait-Boudaoud
Dean, Faculty of Technology
Address of welcome
0920Dr Philip Scott
Senior Lecturer, Centre for Healthcare Modelling and Informatics, University of Portsmouth; Chair, SIHI Programme Committee
Personalised care by 2020?
0930Dr Howard Leicester
Patient advocate and accessible information champion
All the right notes, but not necessarily in the right order
0950Jane Brooks
PhD student, University of Portsmouth
Providing information for patients and carers to enhance shared decision-making... illusion or reality?
1010Peter Counter
Chief Technology Officer, HSCIC
Delivering the NIB Framework for Action
1030Break
Session 2: National and regional developments
(Chair, Dr Penny Hart)
1100James Freed
Chief Information Officer, Health Education England
Spreading Knowledge about Health Informatics: Equipping the care workforce
1120Mark Smith
Director of Digital Transformation, NHS South CSU
Improving pan-Hampshire information sharing
1140Katie Cheeseman
Wessex AHSN Digital Health project manager
Dr Philip Scott
Wessex AHSN health informatics lead
Connecting Wessex: converging health and social care?
1200Lunch
Session 3: Local innovations
(Chair, Dr Alice Good)
1300Dr David Jehring
Chief Executive, Black Pear Software
Innovative approaches to integrating the patient pathway
1320Dr Peter Murphy
Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
Electronic prescribing and drug administration - what works?
1345Jo Gooch
Strategic Projects Director, Portsmouth CCG
Developing approaches to population health management in a CCG
1405Dr Janet Maxwell
Director of Public Health, Portsmouth City Council
Enhancing the knowledge base for community needs assessment
1430Break
Session 4: Realising the 2020 vision?
(Chair, Dr Jim Briggs)
1500Prof Martin Severs
Caldicott Guardian and clinical professional lead, HSCIC
James Freed
Chief Information Officer, Health Education England
Dr David Jehring
Chief Executive, Black Pear Software
Dr Peter Murphy
Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
Paul Lewzey
Health and Wellbeing Board Member, Southampton City Council
Open panel discussion:
What are the feasible priorities for 2020?
How will we overcome the barriers to progress?
1530John Wilderspin
National Implementation Director, Improvement and Leadership Development Programme
Leadership challenges of the Five Year Forward View
1550Dr Jim Briggs
Director, Centre for Healthcare Modelling and Informatics, University of Portsmouth
Closing remarks
1600Close
Programme timing and content is subject to change.