Conference Programme – 2nd May 2012

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Congress Moderator: Nick Ross

DAY 1: HEALTH & CARE POLICY CONTEXT Conference Moderator: Nick Ross
STREAM 1
[ROOM D] THE ASSIST NATIONAL CONFERENCE Gaining value from Informatics: The BCS ASSIST conference will examine how the informatics profession ensures informatics deployments deliver value for money and enhance the delivery of health and social care. It will also examine what skills are needed to ensure that modern technology improves patient care.
09:00 - 10:00Exhibition
10:00 - 11:00OPENING PLENARY: National Policy and Strategy [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Chair: Matthew Swindells - Chair BCS Health Executive.
Welcoming address: Bob Harvey - President of the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.
Key Note: Jim Easton - Director for Improvement & Efficiency, Department of Health
ChairAdam Drury
Chair of Assist
11:30 - 12:15Why would a Trust Board invest in informatics?
Malcolm Stamp - Chief Executive, Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust

The future role & skills needed of the CIO & informatics team
Glyn Evans
- Senior Associate Fellow, IGPM, Warwick Business School & SOCITM president
12:15 - 13:00How a doctor sees the value of informatics improving health care
Dr Masood Nazi
- GP Hall Green, Health Information Lead - Birmingham CCG Clinical Director IM&T Birmingham & Solihull NHS Cluster, Clinical & Social Care Lead IT - NHS Midlands & East

Informatics as a support to health care delivery
John Thornbury
- Director of Informatics, Worcestershire
13:00 - 14:00Lunch / Exhibition
14:00 - 15:00MID-DAY PLENARY: Making Sense of Policy [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote Speakers: Tim Straughan
- Chief Executive, The Information Centre
Mike Farrar - Chief Executive NHS Confederation
ChairAdam Drury
Chair of Assist
15:15 - 16:15Business planning; is it a hurdle or a useful tool?
Mark Blakeman
- Director of Informatics, University Hospital of South Manchester

Identifying cash releasing savings from informatics projects to individual budget lines
Lucy Owens
- Independent Consultant

Benefits Realisation Management to extract value from informatics projects
Nigel Guest
- Director, Health Advisory Consulting, Capita
16:15 - 16:30Exhibition / Afternoon Break
16:30 - 17:30Adding value through informatics: a supplier’s perspective
Shane Tickell
- CEO of IMS Maxims


Roundtable Discussion
Members of the BCS ASSIST Developing Professionals Group provide their insights from the day’s presentations to inform a discussion about the actions that informatics professionals should take to ensure informatics adds value to the delivery of health care and the promotion of health.
18:00 - 19:30Keynote Speaker: Michael White - Deputy Editor The Guardian; introduced by Nick Ross
Refreshments and sponsored events

STREAM 2
[GALLERY HALL] The Changing World of Health Policy:
covering emerging policy in healthcare systems and processes, including standards development (separate from implementation) and majoring on Clinical Commissioning Groups and how they will work in the future.
09:00 - 10:00Exhibition
10:00 - 11:00OPENING PLENARY: National Policy and Strategy [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Chair: Matthew Swindells - Chair BCS Health Executive.
Welcoming address: Bob Harvey - President of the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.
Key Notes: Jim Easton - Director for Improvement & Efficiency, Department of Health
ChairRobin Stern - CEO Medical Mosaic
11:30 - 13:00Leading the Way – sharing experiences and learning from those who are already working in partnership with their patients through shared information

Perspectives on patient access to GP records:
Dr Amir Hannan
- General Practitioner, Haughton Thornley, Tameside & Glossop PCT Medical Centres
Dr Brian Fisher - General Practitioner & Co-director of PAERS

‘eMPOWERMENT’
Mike Denis
- Director at South London & Maudsley MH Trust

Creation of a single community care record
Mandy Seymour
- COO Torbay Care Trust (TBC)

Discussion and Q&A (30 minutes) chaired by Robin Stern - CEO, Medical Mosaic
13:00 - 14:00Lunch / Exhibition
14:00 - 15:00MID-DAY PLENARY: Making Sense of Policy [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote Speakers: Tim Straughan
- Chief Executive, The Information Centre
Mike Farrar - Chief Executive NHS Confederation
ChairKathy Mason - Director Policy Planning & Information Governance Informatics Directorate DH
15:15 - 16:15Setting the Policy Framework for Informatics in Health & Social Care
Ailsa Claire OBE - Transition Director Patients and Intelligence, NHS Commissioning Board Authority

(title tbc)
Dr. Simon Eccles - Medical Director, DH Informatics Directorate & Clinical Lead for Emergency Medicine, Homerton University Hospital, London

‘Information to share or not to share?’
Dame Fiona Caldicott
- Chair, National Information Governance Board

Regulation as a lever to implementation of policy
Amy Caldwell-Nichols
- Senior Economist, Monitor
16:15 - 16:30Exhibition / Afternoon Break
16:30 - 17:30Chair: Jon Hoeksma - Editor, E-Health Insider
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Working together to achieve the vision – policy and industry leaders in partnership

Intellect and the DH will outline new initiatives and goals to stimulate the healthcare IT market for the benefit of NHS organisations, the IT supplier community and patients and public alike.

Jon Lindberg Head of Healthcare - Intellect

Peter Dyke Head of Industry Liaison - Department of Health Informatics Directorate
18:00 - 19:30Keynote Speaker: Michael White - Deputy Editor The Guardian; introduced by Nick Ross
Refreshments and sponsored events
STREAM 3
[ROOM B] Care across settings:
This stream will address integration of information and technical systems to support the vertical integration agenda, covering work-flow, day to day practice and the delivery of care and treatment to patients and the public across health and social care sectors and agencies.
09:00 - 10:00Exhibition
10:00 - 11:00OPENING PLENARY: National Policy and Strategy [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Chair: Matthew Swindells - Chair BCS Health Executive.
Welcoming address: Bob Harvey - President of the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.
Key Notes: Jim Easton - Director for Improvement & Efficiency, Department of Health
ChairDouglas McLay - Chair of Health Informatics Benchmarking Club
11:30 - 12:15Care Across Settings in Action: the North West London Integrated Care Pilot
Scott Hamilton
- Operations Director Integrated Care Pilot – North West London
12:15 - 13:00Information and technology enabled integrated care
Dr Lloyd McCann
- Medical Director - EMEA Carefx Consultant for NHS Interim Management & Support (NHS IMAS)

Healthcare, hash tags and the Facebook generation
Keith Pollard
- Managing Director, Intuition Communication
13:00 - 14:00Lunch / Exhibition
14:00 - 15:00MID-DAY PLENARY: Making Sense of Policy [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote Speakers: Tim Straughan
- Chief Executive, The Information Centre
Mike Farrar - Chief Executive NHS Confederation
ChairDouglas McLay - Chair of Health Informatics Benchmarking Club
15:15 - 16:15Partnership Approach to the Development of a Single Care Record in Substance Misuse
Mark Harrison
- Joint Commissioning Manager, County Durham Drug & Alcohol Action Team

IG Rules: ‘Help not Hindrance’
Tony Cobain
- Head of IM&T Assurance, Mersey Internal Audit Agency

The Self Care Information Library
Prof. David Peters
- Professor of Integrated Healthcare and Clinical Director University of Westminster - School of Integrated Health
16:15 - 16:30Exhibition / Afternoon Break
16:30 - 17:30Making It Happen! A Technology Map to Delivery
Cathy Terry
- Strategic Engineer, South Staffordshire Health Informatics Service

Chair: Nick Ross
Panel Question & Answer Session

Panel Members drawn from speakers in this stream

18:00 - 19:30Keynote Speaker: Michael White - Deputy Editor The Guardian; introduced by Nick Ross
Refreshments and sponsored events
STREAM 4
[ROOM C] Clinical leadership in a changing world: developing the CCIO role:
Clinical leadership is now recognised more than ever as critical to the success of IT projects in healthcare. More clinicians are now in formally recognised senior informatics roles within healthcare organisations, reflecting both the importance of informatics in day-to-day working of organisations and the critical understanding that only practicing clinical staff can bring to such projects.
This year HC is running a specific stream on clinical leadership, aligned with the CCIO campaign, with three distinct areas of focus: national and strategic leadership; challenges of delivering leadership by different professional groups (including GPs, hospital consultants, nurses and radiology specialities); specific examples of how clinical leadership can deliver change within and across organisations.
09:00 - 10:00Exhibition
10:00 - 11:00OPENING PLENARY: National Policy and Strategy [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Chair: Matthew Swindells - Chair BCS Health Executive.
Welcoming address: Bob Harvey - President of the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.
Key Notes: Jim Easton - Director for Improvement & Efficiency, Department of Health
ChairDr Jack Barker - Chief Clinical Information Officer, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
11:30 - 12:15Clinician Leadership Strategies
Dr Charles Gutteridge
- National Clinical Director for Informatics

The role of clinical leadership in transformation programmes
Dr Paul Shannon
- Consultant Anaesthetist, Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Medical Director CSC UK
12:15 - 13:00Clinical Leadership in Primary Care
Dr Raj Kumar GP
- National Clinical Director - NHS Clinical Leaders Network

A strategic leadership programme for nurses: how IT may help nursing to avoid its “perfect storm” - so much to get passionate about
Susan Hamer
- National Clinical Lead for Nursing, DHID
13:00 - 14:00Lunch / Exhibition
14:00 - 15:00MID-DAY PLENARY: Making Sense of Policy [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote Speakers: Tim Straughan
- Chief Executive, The Information Centre
Mike Farrar - Chief Executive NHS Confederation
ChairDr Jack Barker - Chief Clinical Information Officer, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
15:15 - 16:15Importance of clinician-led workflow analysis
Dr Simon Thorogood
- Consultant Radiologist, Chair Health Informatics Programme, Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust

Engaging Nurses in IT change an Acute hospital
Jane Ennis
- Service Development & Clinical Coding Manager &
Orna Lovelady - Clinical Adoption Manager, Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals

Lessons from leading nursing change to paperless working
Gerard McEntee
- Assistant Director of Nursing Leopardstown Hospital, Dublin Project
16:15 - 16:30Exhibition / Afternoon Break
16:30 - 17:30Leading Change in a tribal environment
Dr Tony Cartwright
- Consultant Anaesthetist, Manchester Royal Infirmary

The Challenges of improving the pace of work
Dr Gordon Caldwell
- Consultant Physician, West Sussex Hospitals

Messages for Management from a Clinical Leader
Miss Angela White
- Associate Specialist in Trauma & Orthopaedics
18:00 - 19:30Keynote Speaker: Michael White - Deputy Editor The Guardian; introduced by Nick Ross
Refreshments and sponsored events
STREAM 5
[ROOM A] Applying Health Informatics Research in Practice
Led by the UK Faculty of Health Informatics (supported by Phillips) and the MATCH Public Interest Forum showcasing examples of the use of research and evaluation findings in improving the design, accessibility and ROI of Health Information Systems, Services and Medical Devices.MATCH
UK Faculty of Health Informatics
09:00 - 10:00Exhibition
10:00 - 11:00OPENING PLENARY: National Policy and Strategy [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Chair: Matthew Swindells - Chair BCS Health Executive.
Welcoming address: Bob Harvey - President of the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.
Key Notes: Jim Easton - Director for Improvement & Efficiency, Department of Health.
Lord Howe - Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Quality) and Government Spokesperson, Department of Health (Invited)
ChairProfessor Terry Young - Professor of Healthcare Systems, Brunel Universtity
11:30 - 13:00MATCH
Public Interest Forum
Session Chair: Professor Terry Young
- Professor of Healthcare Systems, Brunel University

Using simple economic evaluators in the development, production and procurement of medical devices.
Professor Richard Lilford
- Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, University of Birmingham, Vice-Dean for Applied Health Research

Understanding User Perspectives: is there a role for Social Media?
Dr Julie Barnet
- Reader in Healthcare Research, Brunel University
13:00 - 14:00Lunch / Exhibition
14:00 - 15:00MID-DAY PLENARY: Making Sense of Policy [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote Speakers: Tim Straughan
- Chief Executive, The Information Centre
Mike Farrar - Chief Executive NHS Confederation
ChairChairs: Dr Peter Murphy & Dr Philip Scott
Stream sponsored by Philips
15:15 - 16:15UK FACULTY FOR HEALTH INFORMATICS

Applying Usability and Human Centred Design principles in health and social care information systems – are we unique?


Chair: Dr Peter Murphy - Paediatric Intensive Care Anaesthetist, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, Chair of the UK Faculty of Health Informatics

Reflections from the Scottish Emergency Care System
Dr Libby Morris GP
- Clinical Lead (Primary Care) Scottish Government eHealth Directorate

Challenges and solutions in ePrescribing
Kit Lewis
- Director Space Around People, Former User Experience Lead ePrescribing, NHS Connecting for Health

Improving accessibility for service users
Prof Jonathan Hassall
- Director HassallInclusion, Lead Author, BSI UK Code of Practice for Web Accessibility, Former Head Accessibility BBC Web & New Media Division
16:15 - 16:30Exhibition / Afternoon Break
16:30 - 17:30Evaluating the impact of health informatics in the NHS

Chair: Dr Philip Scott

Senior Lecturer, Centre for Healthcare Modelling and Informatics, University of Portsmouth; Council member, UKCHIP; Chair, HL7 UK; Joint Vice Chair UK Faculty of Health Informatics

Is evaluation really that hard when it comes to Informatics in the NHS?
Professor Jeremy Wyatt
- Professor of eHealth Innovation & Director Institute of Digital Healthcare, Warwick University

Presentation followed by workshop with members of an Expert panel including:
Dr Sue Clamp
- Yorkshire Centre for Health Informatics, University of Leeds
Mr Paul Curley - Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
18:00 - 19:30Keynote Speaker: Michael White - Deputy Editor The Guardian; introduced by Nick Ross
Refreshments and sponsored events