Recent developments in digital health 2016

Date

Thursday 25 February 2016

Day

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

Telemedicine & eHealth Section

Accreditation

6 CPD points

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about this event

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This meeting aims to provide delegates with an understanding of the current and future applications of digital technologies within healthcare.

This highly popular annual event explores the current developments and future applications of digital health.

Based on the success of previous years’ events, with tickets selling out many weeks in advance, delegates are guaranteed to receive high yield information regarding digital health, ideal for anyone either within healthcare, industry or academia.

Attracting international leaders from within digital health, this is an excellent networking opportunity to further develop your understanding of the dynamic and rapidly evolving digital healthcare landscape.

Not only will the meeting provide attendees with the patient’s view and clinician’s perspective on digital health; but it will also share the opinions of many internationally recognised leaders within digital health. 

Delegates will experience two outstanding keynote sessions provided by Mustafa Suleyman, from Google’s Artificial Intelligence branch, DeepMind, and Dr Euan Ashley from Stanford University in California who leads Apple’s MyHeartCounts.

Providing a global perspective from leaders within digital health, this is an unmissable event.

Specific learning objectives:

  • Provide delegates with perspective on the opportunities, challenges and successes within digital health
  • Provide delegates with an outline of future trends within digital health relating to artificial intelligence, clinical trial design and patient monitoring
  • Provide delegates with an understanding relating to how the NHS is adopting digital health technologies
  • Provide delegates with a clear understanding on how digital health is affecting patients and clinicians

 

agenda

8.40 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.10 am

Introduction

Dr Andrew Harper; Council Member, Telemedicine & eHealth Section, Royal Society of Medicine

DIGITAL HEALTH INNOVATION

Dr Ameet Bakhai

9.20 am

Innovation to drive forward the NHS

Professor Tony Young, National Clinical Director for Innovation, NHS England

9.45 am

Testing new digital health technologies

Dr Alex Gluhak, Lead Technologist, Internet of Things, Digital Catapult

10.10 am

Digital health marketplace

Mr Martin Kelly, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, HealthXL

10.35 am

The future for digital health within the NHS

Mr Tim Ellis, Programme Manager, Digital Technology, NHS England

11.00 am

Tea and coffee break

KEYNOTES

Dr Andrew Harper, Council Member, Telemedicine & eHealth Section, RSM

11.15 am

Artificial intelligence in healthcare

Mr Mustafa Suleyman, Co-Founder and Head, Applied Artificial Intelligence

12.00 pm

Smartphone based clinical research

Dr Euan Ashley, Stanford University Medical Centre, Co-Principle Investigator for MyHeartCounts Study, in Collaboration with Apple

12.45 pm

Lunch with start-up demonstrations

IMPLEMENTATING DIGITAL HEALTH

Mr Clive Flashman, Council Member, Telemedicine & eHealth Section, RSM

1.45 pm

Establishing new technology within the NHS

Mr Francis White, VP Sales and Business Development, NHS Innovation Fellow, AliveCor Ltd

2.10 pm

A view from the clinic: How telemedicine is benefiting patients

Dr Ameet Bakhai, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

2.35 pm

Digital health: Patients at the centre of care

Ms Roz Davies, Managing Director, We Love Life

3.00 pm

Data governance in digital health

Dr Susan Wallace, Council Member, Bioethics Working Party on Biological and Health Data, Nuffield Council

3.25 pm

Tea and coffee break

SENSOR TECHNOLOGY WITHIN DIGITAL HEALTH

Mr Charles Lowe, Immediate Past President, Telemedicine & eHealth Section, RSM

3.40 pm

Monitoring individuals in their environment

Professor David Patterson, University College London

4.00 pm

Improving medical care through sensor technology

Professor Trish Connolly, University of Strathclyde

4.20 pm

Mobile devices that sense vital signs

Dr Chris Elliott, Director Leman Micro Devices

4.45 pm

Completion of evaluation forms

5.00 pm

Close of meeting

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