Integrated care - how can technology help?

Date

Monday 24 November 2014
to Tuesday 25 November 2014

2 day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

Telemedicine & eHealth Section

Accreditation

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about this event

The event will cover all the principal care disciplines which so often end up failing to work together to deliver holistic care: primary care, secondary care, mental health, social care and third sector engagement. Even within each of these areas, coordinating care can be challenging when people have to rely on paper and word of mouth to communicate.
 
Technology offers a way of vastly improving that coordination between care-givers, especially when they are in different organisations. It also enables care to be provided in a different way, with the patient as the focus, rather than the system. A key element of this now is the ability through the internet and mHealth to engage directly with patients and their carers too, to provide a seamless support environment.

The conference will also consider some of the challenges raised by improving technological integration such as concerns about data security and information.
 
This conference follows in the footsteps of the RSM’s very successful 2013 conference exploring how technology could help people to age well, remaining in their own homes for longer.

 

 

 

agenda

Monday 24 November 2014

9.00am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.30am

Welcome and introduction

Charles Lowe, President, Telemedicine and eHealth Section, Royal Society of Medicine and Cathy Hassell, Deputy Director, Quality Programmes, NHS England

9.35 am

Setting the scene

Cathy Hassell, Deputy Director, Quality Programmes, NHS England

9.55 am

Questions

10.00am

A patient's view of the importance of integration

Michael Seres

10.25am

As patients, different views on how technology can best support integration

Mark Duman, Non-executive Director, Patient Information Forum

10.55am

Tea and coffee break

11.15am

Mental health and integrated care

Dr Ian McPherson, OBE, Director of the National Mental Health Development Unit (NMHDU)

11.40am

How Big White Wall supports integrated care

Jen Hyatt, Founder and Chief Executive, Big White Wall

12.05pm

Using games to improve memory, sustain independent living

Caroline Howes, Founder, Memory Lane Games

12.30pm

Innovating integrated care

Tim Straughan, Director of Innovation, Leeds & Partners

12.55pm

Using technology to deliver an acute medical hospital at home service

Mr David Harrop, CEO, Orla Healthcare

1.15pm

Lunch

2.00 pm

The frailty app

Louise Rogerson, Business Implementation Manager

2.25pm

Using patient videos and clinical pathways to encourage integration

Ray Keelan, Consultant Geriatrician, University Hospital South Manchester

2.50pm

The contribution that AHSNs are making to integration

Liz Mear, Chief Executive, North West Coastal AHSN

3.15pm

Information access and assistive technology as enablers of system integration

Elizabeth Bradbury, Director, Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA), North West

3.40pm

Tea and coffee break

4.00pm

Invited papers

5.05pm

Close of meeting and completion of evaluation forms

5.15pm

Telemedicine and eHealth Section AGM

For Section members only

5.45pm

Drinks reception for all attendees

6.45pm

Dinner

A dinner will be held at the Royal Society of Medicine for pre-registered delegates only

Tuesday 25 November 2014

8.30am

Registration

9.00am

Using telehealth to coordinate care

Adam Darkins, Senior Director of Medical Affairs and Enterprise Technology Development, Medtronic Inc

9.45am

The American Medical Association's views on using technology to integrate care

Dr Robert Wah, President, American Medical Association

10.30am

Integrating care in Denmark

Klaas Pedersen, Head of Unit, Centre for Clinical Innovation, Odense University Hospital Odense

11.00am

Tea and coffee break

11.20am

Integrating care: An NHS priority

Tim Kelsey, National Director for Patients and Information, NHS England

11.50am

Lessons from using technology to deliver integrated care

Martin Clarke, European Director in disease management and telehealth programmes, Medtronic

12.15pm

How Airedale have used videoconferencing to provide integrated care

Dr Justin Tuggey, Consultant Lead for digital care

12.40pm

Integration from birth onwards

Andrew Chitty, Managing Director, Illumina Ltd

1.05pm

Lunch

2.05pm

Personal health records as an aid to integration

Jack Bowman, Founder and Chief Executive, Handlemyhealth

2.25pm

The challenges of mainstreaming integrated services

John Eaglesham, Chief Executive, Advanced Digital Institute Ltd

2.50pm

The technology to support integrated care

Paul Rice, Head of Technology Strategy, NHS England

3.15pm

Tea and coffee break

3.35pm

Integrating Bradford and District: A case study in successful implementation

Cath Doman, Programme Director, Integrated Care at Bradford City and Districts CCGs

4.05pm

Integration the Welsh way

Dr David Bailey, Ty Bryn Surgery, Caerphilly

4.35 pm

Telehealth to support integration

Paul Marriott, TECS Lead Consultant NHS England Northern Senate and Clinical Advocate 2014 NHS England

5.05pm

Invited papers

6.05 pm

Completion of evaluation forms and close of meeting

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  • For more information please email telemedicine@rsm.ac.uk or call 0207 290 3947

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For information on this event, contact Kiesha LewisTel: 02072903947 Fax: 02072902989 Email: telemedicine@rsm.ac.uk arrow