Key Points
  • Changing Patient Experience through Technology: using digital tools to help reduce waiting times and improve relationships between patients and the NHS
  • Transforming Medical Care and Accuracy: developing AI, machine learning and robotics to help increase successful diagnoses, create treatment plans and read x-rays
  • Exploring the future potential of technology in healthcare to help innovate the NHS and ensure it retains its world-leading status


Overview

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Julian Walker, Director of Research and Development, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust
  • Jo Watts, Global Digital Exemplar Programme Manager, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust


    As part of the NHS Long Term Plan, an ambitious strategy for technology has been set out in order to transform healthcare in the UK. Implementing digital tools to change how people access the NHS, experience medical care and to reduce pressure on staff has become critical to creating an NHS that is fit for purpose.

    Westminster Insight’s workshop will share examples of best practice from different NHS trusts on how technology can transform data usage, patient experience and medical care. Learn how technology can be used to help patients manage their own health, and how staff can work smarter with digital systems to provide better care than ever before.

    Explore the potential of AI, robotics and machine learning in healthcare,and identify key digital tools that could help to reduce long-term costs and improve efficiency. You will hear how implementing the correct infrastructure can create a technically advanced NHS that can meet the demands of the future.

    Join colleagues from across the NHS and healthcare industry to share new ideas in realising the full potential of technology and the positive impact of digital transformation in leading NHS trusts.

Agenda
Start

08:30 - 09:00
Registration

 

09:00 - 09:20
Welcome and Introduction by the Chair

 

Speakers

Julian Walker Director of Research and Development, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust

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09:20 - 10:00
Session 1: Transforming how data is used to improve health and care in the NHS

 
  • Implementing secure technologies to process, collect and access data easily
  • Using data to develop a better understanding of health and care while handling and managing data ethically
  • Improving the quality, speed and standard of data across the NHS

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Jo Watts Global Digital Exemplar Programme Manager, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

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10:00 - 11:00
Case Study 1: Creating a Patient Centred NHS: developing new technology to improve customer service

 
  • Using digital tools to help reduce waiting times and improve relationships between patient and NHS trust
  • Changing how patients access care, shifting towards remote contact and technology-supported self-management
  • Implementing online services and apps to digitalise the booking of appointments, help patient's manager their own health and making it easier for patient to access urgent care

11:00 - 11:30
Coffee and Networking Break

 

11:30 - 12:30
Case Study 2: Using Technology to support the NHS priorities: reducing pressure on hospitals

 
  • implementing digital tools to improve productivity, medical care and save lives
  • Using AI technology to help increase successful diagnoses, create treatment plans and read x-rays
  • Developing new analytical capacity for triage and logistics through the development of AI technologies and machine learning

12:30 - 13:00
Session 3: Understanding the future potential of AI across healthcare

 
  • Identifying where digital tools can make the most impact to healthcare
  • Creating a digital and technical advanced NHS that is fit for purpose
  • Implementing the infrastructure to help use technology so it reaches it's full potential within the NHS

Speakers

Julian Walker Director of Research and Development, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust

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Speakers

Julian Walker Director of Research and Development, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust

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Jo Watts Global Digital Exemplar Programme Manager, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

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Venue details

Central London


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