ExCeL London |  24 - 25 April 2024

THE PROGRAMME

Welcome to the Digital Healthcare Show 2024 Conference Programme.

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IBM
Digital Keynote Theatre
  1. Virtual wards have the ability to change the way we deliver care, freeing up more space in hospitals and enabling us to focus on a preventative approach, but for some, technology is a barrier to them ...
    Sponsored By
    Using Integration to Enable Virtual Wards
  2. Sponsored By
    A partnership to transform clinical coding
  3. Sponsored By
    Smart Connectivity, Secure Foundations: How Collaborative Digital Integration Puts People First and Drives Productivity.
  4. Creating the foundation for a digital world that is stable, reliable and enables our staff to deliver exceptional patient care
  5. The session will set out the speakers' views of the environment facing innovators in the NHS and how best to navigate it, supported by case studies and the speakers' experience.
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Innovation and Partnerships Theatre
  1. Presentations of examples where SME's have delivered measurable value through working with the Health Innovation Networks to solve real problems and help drive better patient outcomes.
  2. Sponsored By
    Health Economics - How to demonstrate value for money
  3. Laurentiu Nae, CTO of Kollestee Medical, introduces a revolutionary automated hair transplant system. This AI-assisted, robotic technology significantly reduces procedure time from eight hours to just ...
    Sponsored By
    PITCHFEST in partnership with WMHTIA
  4. The Greater Manchester Health Innovation Accelerator encompasses two programmes, the Advanced Diagnostics Accelerator and the DEVOTE programme, delivered through a partnership between Health Innovation Manchester, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT), The University of Manchester and industry partners. Advanced Diagnostics Accelerator (ADA): The ADA is a series of projects looking at Greater Manchester’s major morbidities (liver, heart and lung disease including lung cancer) in which academic and industry excellence from advanced diagnostics, digital and data will be brought together to improve health outcomes for patients. Industry partners include Mindfield Research, By Gamers For Gamers, Jiva AI, Sollis, BCN and Graphnet DEVOTE programme: The Development and Validation of Technology for Time Critical Genomic Testing (DEVOTE) Programme will bring together academic, industry and clinical partners from across the region to deliver enhanced genomic diagnostics to optimise pr
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System Efficiency and Workforce Transformation Theatre
  1. Moderator only
  2. Parliament is shortly expected to complete passage of the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill, so it is important that IT system suppliers and health and care providers start implementing sta ...
    Sponsored By
    Everything you want to know about the new digital information bill, conformance and standards but were afraid to ask!
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Data, Analytics & Applied AI Theatre
  1. "Dark Data: How Can We Stop Pouring Valuable Data Down the Drain?" is a thought-provoking panel addressing the often overlooked issue of "dark data" — the vast amounts of unutilized, unanalyzed, and u ...
  2. In this warts-and-all chat, we’ll delve into the journey that Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has taken to deploy DERM AIaMD to improve skin cancer pathways, and understand its p ...
    Sponsored By
    Warts and all: Navigating the challenges of AI skin cancer deployments - from pilot to sustainable AI solution
  3. Sponsored By
    Tackling the emergency backlog with AI: ML-powered forecasting, resource planning, and prioritisation in acute settings – East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust
  4. Do you need Basic SQL Training? Bring a laptop and I will teach you the basics in less than 1hour!
    Sponsored By
    Basic SQL Query Training
  5. How to engage clinicians with data
  6. We will explore the interplay between AI advancements and the value of human empathy in healthcare. Exploring the motivations behind AI adoption, its ethical dilemmas and the potential for AI to complement rather than replace human care. Through real-world examples, philosophical debate, and strategic insights, we advocate for a thoughtful integration of AI in healthcare, aiming to enhance patient care without compromising the human touch that lies at the heart of healing.
Technology Enabled Care & Patient Engagement Theatre in Partnership with TSA
  1. Most of us live in denial that we will develop one or more long term conditions at some point in our lives. Long term conditions reduce our healthy lifespan and place enormous burden on our health ser ...
  2. This session will focus on how assistive technology can be used to empower independence. It will explore the benefits of strategic industry collaborations and partnership working, how the assisted liv ...
  3. - Clinical engagement- Pathway development- Resource requirements
    Sponsored By
    Technology-enabled, remote monitoring services: how to support patients with liver cirrhosis out of hospital
  4. As the analogue to digital switchover edges ever closer, ushering in a new era of Technology Enabled Care (TEC), the importance of transitioning safety becomes increasingly paramount.   Amidst this pi ...
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  6. In this session we will explore how prevention can contribute to meeting your service user health outcomes while delivering financial gains. A year on from the revolutionary use of AI to predict healt ...
  7. Sponsored By
    How Can the NHS keep pace with modern digital expectations?
  8. The Health Innovation Network South London has recently delivered two large-scale projects on patients’ views of digital using surveys and focus groups - one exploring Digital First tools (online form ...
  9. People are embracing everyday technology solutions to help to meet their outcomes and we are seeing commissioners, TEC services and care providers looking to enabling solutions as a key element of sup ...
  10. Sponsored By
    Chair's Closing Remarks
IBM
Digital Keynote Theatre
  1. The main focus will be: Possible uses of Gen AI in Healthcare How we ensure we get value safely  Building trust and regulation  Data requirements and skills 
  2. Stories make our world meaningful. What happens, though, when our stories turn against us? What do you do when we don't even notice it? Drawing on the psychology of serial murder, this talk explores the mistakes digital leaders make in the stories they tell; and what you can do to make it better.
  3. Virtual wards and the use of online devices (IoT) for monitoring and supporting patients and residents remotely is increasingly seen as the answer to the challenges healthcare professionals face with burgeoning numbers of the elderly and soaring admissions to hospitals. Meanwhile, the shortage of carers, hospital space, and staff is going in the opposite direction, creating a perfect storm. On top of that the most vulnerable audience, the elderly, struggle with current digital devices which creates a dilemma: if technology is the answer as we go ever more virtual, driven by AI, how can we possibly include the elderly in this digital plan? The TV has been long overlooked as a device the elderly are all familiar with and could be the answer that brings all these strands together. LG and Care Messenger think so and have created a ground-breaking solution that connects the elderly to the digital world but through a medium they know and understand – the TV.
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Innovation and Partnerships Theatre
  1. Panelists include legal expert from Hill Dickinson ; An expert in service user involvement and research from MQ Mental Health Research

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System Efficiency and Workforce Transformation Theatre
  1. Local, Regional and National examples of how NHS organisations are building on experience in other industries, embracing AI and realising the potential of digital workforce transformation.
  2. Robotic process automation (RPA) is seen as having high potential to solve demand and capacity issues in healthcare, especially with supporting the workforce. However, while the technology is powerful ...
Data, Analytics & Applied AI Theatre
  1. Using examples of both Our Future Health's transformational impact, as well as internal processes to make this possible, this talk will explore how this has worked in practice, and share some experience and lessons from delivering data projects at pace and scale in a growing organisation
  2. An in-depth analysis conducted by the Health Economics Unit examines multi-morbidity patterns among the elderly population in Northwest London to inform healthcare policy. Through retrospective analys ...
  3. With over 35 year’s experience in technology, Marcel shares the latest in digital automation (DA) practices at The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust. Marcel discusses the role of automation in the ...
    Sponsored By
    Practical guidance for a successful in-house digital automation journey…
  4. Understandably, a lot of discussions about Digitalisation in healthcare focus on clinical applications. But how can non-clinical functions leverage digital technology and innovation to better serve th ...
    Sponsored By
    Empowering non-clinical functions with digital technology & innovation to help deliver the NHS Long Term Plan
  5. HTS group wil present how their solution is helping patients around the globe to imprive quality of care.
  6. This session showcases how organisations like Piedmont Healthcare leverage Exasol’s Espresso platform to revolutionise healthcare analytics by scaling to meet data demands while fostering interdepartm ...
Technology Enabled Care & Patient Engagement Theatre in Partnership with TSA
  1. This session explores a personalised and preventative approach to care, enabling individuals to live longer, healthier, more independent lives through the use of technology. Our panel will give you kn ...
  2. This session addresses the critical role of smarter commissioning in leveraging intelligence and evidence to deliver better outcomes for people enabled by TEC. We will hear findings and recommendation ...
  3. Introducing decision sprints How they could be used for digital healthcare innovation How to use them to maximise patient engagement
  4. Looking at increasing access to care in out of hospital care settings for patients who otherwise would be in hospital beds; and how tech enablement increases patient activation, accelerates discharge ...
  5. During this session we will reflect on recent research that highlights what people want from TEC, taking a deeper look at the key elements that people who draw on care and supprt and their carers requ ...
  6. As the TAPPI programme draws to a close, this session aims to share the practical tools being launched and will hear thoughts from some of the test beds about the legacy of their TAPPI projects, how t ...
  7. Sponsored By
    Chair's Closing Remarks

 

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