Conference programme – 3rd May 2012

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Congress Moderator: Nick Ross

DAY 2: IMPLEMENTATION - MAKING IT HAPPEN Conference Moderator: Nick Ross
STREAM 1
[ROOM D] THE IHRIM CONFERENCE The Patient at the Heart of the EPR:
This stream will examine how qualified, experienced health informaticians can help bridge the gap between paper and electronic health records.  It challenges professionals to see themselves as the patient advocate ‘on the inside’, working in partnership with stakeholders to gain the support and confidence of patients.
IHRIM
09:00 - 09:30Exhibition
09:30 - 10:15OPENING PLENARY: Making it Happen [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote speakers: Earl Howe Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Quality) and Government Spokesperson, Department of Health

Bob Alexander - Director of Finance, NHS South of England
Dr Gillian Leng - Deputy Chief Executive NICE

ChairToto Anne Gronlund
Head of Patient and Public Partnerships, Clinical Division, Informatics Directorate, Department of Health
10:30 - 11:15IHRIM Conference Stream Opening Keynote:
Professor Iain Carpenter
- President of IHRIM

EPR from a patient’s perspective
Mark Duman
- Chair, Patient Information Forum
11:15 - 12:00That’s not my problem: What might we have forgotten while introducing electronic health records?
Professor Iain Carpenter
- President, IHRIM &
Associate Director Records Standards, HIU, RCP

Impact of an EPR on Patient Care, the Norwegian Experience
Andy Hyde
- Director of Quality Management and Corporate Governance, Diakonhjemmet Hospital Oslo
12:00 - 13:00Lunch / Exhibition
13:00 - 13:45MID-DAY PLENARY: Thinking Differently. [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote Speakers: Dr Mark Davies - GP Hebden Bridge, Executive Medical Director, The Information Centre,
Professor John Williams - Health Informatics Unit, The Royal College of Physicians
Professor John Naughton - Vice-President, Wolfson College, Cambridge
ChairDr Beverley Ellis - Principal Lecturer,
Health Informatics Team, School of Health UCLan
14:00 - 14:45Practical Information Governance Issues
Tony Cobain
- Head of IM&T Assurance, Mersey Internal Audit Agency

Epidemiology & benefit to patients from accurate coding
Heather Walker
- Consultancy Director, CHKS, Capita Health
14:45 - 15:30Exhibition / Afternoon Break
15:30 - 16:15ICD 11 - the impact on patient care
Dr Raad Shakir
- Secretary-Treasurer General, World Federation of Neurology, Consultant Neurologist and Chief of Service Neurosciences/Head and Neck Directorate, Imperial College NHS Trust

Mitigating Risks of Data Loss
Dawn Monaghan
- Group Manager, Public Services Team, Strategic Liaison Division, Information Commissioners Office
16:15 - 17:00CLOSING PLENARY: ‘RISING TO THE CHALLENGE OF PATIENT CENTRED CARE’ Moderator Nick Ross [GALLERY HALL]
A Question Time format with interactive audience participation
Panel Members: Katie Davis - Director General & Managing Director NHS Informatics Department of Health
Prof Iain Carpenter - President, IHRIM & Associate Director Records Standards, HIU, Royal College of Physicians
Dr Amir Hannan - GP Haughton Thornley Medical Centre, Tameside & Glossop PCT
Tim Kelsey - Transparency Tsar, Founder of Dr Foster Intelligence
Professor Sir Muir Gray - Director UK NHS National Knowledge Service & NHS Chief Knowledge Officer
Barbara, Baroness Young of Old Scone - Chief Executive of Diabetes UK
17:00CONGRESS CLOSE

STREAM 2
[GALLERY HALL] NICE CONFERENCE STREAM. NICE Quality Standards: Into Practice:
Our partner NICE is supporting this stream in collaboration with the Information Centre. The stream will set out the quality standards agenda commissioned by the government, show how standards align to operational practice and tease out the informatics challenges for meaningful measurement. The stream will include an international flavour with speakers from Norway on Quality Management and contributors from NICE International on Romania and Georgia.
09:00 - 09:30Exhibition
09:30 - 10:15OPENING PLENARY: Making it Happen [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote speakers: Earl Howe Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Quality) and Government Spokesperson, Department of Health

Bob Alexander - Director of Finance, NHS South of England
Dr Gillian Leng - Deputy Chief Executive NICE

ChairsDr Gillian Leng- Deputy Chief Executive NICE
Professor Tim Stokes - Consultant Clinical Adviser NICE
10:30 - 11:15NICE Quality Standards & Performance Measures: QOF & COF
Professor Tim Stokes
- Consultant Clinical Adviser NICE

The National Information Issues for Standards Implementation
Dr Mark Davies
- Executive Medical Director, The Information Centre
11:15 - 12:00Quality Standards: Information challenges in clinical practice
(Stroke and Chronic Kidney Disease)
Professor Tony Rudd
- Consultant Stroke Physician, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Stroke Quality Standard

Dr Paul Stevens - Consultant Nephrologist & Associate Medical Director, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
Chronic Kidney Disease Quality Standard
12:00 - 13:00Lunch / Exhibition
13:00 - 13:45MID-DAY PLENARY: Thinking Differently. [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote Speakers: Dr Mark Davies - GP Hebden Bridge, Executive Medical Director, The Information Centre,
Professor John Williams - Health Informatics Unit, The Royal College of Physicians
Professor John Naughton - Vice-President, Wolfson College, Cambridge
ChairProfessor Tim Stokes - Consultant Clinical Adviser, NICE
14:00 - 14:45Using local information to improve the management of stroke in Georgia
Dr. Francoise Cluzeau
- Senior Adviser NICE International

Information challenges and review of the Romanian Basic Benefits Package – an overview of the work by NICE International
Francis Ruiz
- Senior Adviser Health Economics NICE International
14:45 - 15:30Exhibition / Afternoon Break
15:30 - 16:15Quality Management in a Norwegian Hospital
Morten Skjørshammer
- Chief Executive
Andy Hyde - Director of Quality Management and Corporate Governance, Diakonhjemmet Hospital Oslo

The Information issues for supporting quality standards for Mental Health
Dr Joe McDonald
- National Clinical Lead for Mental Health, DHID
Dr Jonathan Richardson - Chair, Health Informatics Unit, Royal College of Psychiatrists
16:15 - 17:00CLOSING PLENARY: ‘RISING TO THE CHALLENGE OF PATIENT CENTRED CARE’ Moderator Nick Ross [GALLERY HALL]
A Question Time format with interactive audience participation
Panel Members: Katie Davis - Director General & Managing Director NHS Informatics Department of Health
Prof Iain Carpenter - President, IHRIM & Associate Director Records Standards, HIU, Royal College of Physicians
Dr Amir Hannan - GP Haughton Thornley Medical Centre, Tameside & Glossop PCT
Tim Kelsey - Transparency Tsar, Founder of Dr Foster Intelligence
Professor Sir Muir Gray - Director UK NHS National Knowledge Service & NHS Chief Knowledge Officer
Barbara, Baroness Young of Old Scone - Chief Executive of Diabetes UK
17:00CONGRESS CLOSE
STREAM 3
[ROOM A] UKTI CONFERENCE STREAM Challenges & Opportunities of Growing a Business Internationally:
This session offers insights into international business opportunities in China, Australia, New Zealand and France - each very different, and seeking to increase online delivery of healthcare services. Representatives will consider how healthcare reforms and national policies are changing healthcare delivery and where opportunities exist for international partnerships and collaborations.
09:00 - 09:30Exhibition
09:30 - 10:15OPENING PLENARY: Making it Happen [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote speakers: Earl Howe Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Quality) and Government Spokesperson, Department of Health

Bob Alexander - Director of Finance, NHS South of England
Dr Gillian Leng - Deputy Chief Executive NICE

ChairProfessor David Brown
Chair in Strategy & Information Systems, Director of China Centre Lancaster University
10:30 - 12:00CHINA
China Healthcare Policy
Speaker TBC &
Chinese Informatics Innovations
Dr Qi Li
- Global Medical Director, Harris Healthcare, Harvard Medical International

AUSTRALIA
Broadband (NBN) and Informatics Innovations in Australian Healthcare:
Scope, current status & timelines, proposed healthcare applications
Prof. Branko Celler
- Chief Scientist, CSIRO ICT Centre

NEW ZEALAND
Title: TBC
Dougal McKechnie
Chief Executive, New Zealand Health IT Cluster
12:00 - 13:00Lunch / Exhibition
13:00 - 13:45MID-DAY PLENARY: Thinking Differently. [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote Speakers: Dr Mark Davies - GP Hebden Bridge, Executive Medical Director, The Information Centre,
Professor John Williams - Health Informatics Unit, The Royal College of Physicians
Professor John Naughton - Vice-President, Wolfson College, Cambridge
ChairDr Kevin Doughty - Ehealth Specialist, UK Trade & Investment
14:00 - 14:45FRANCE
e-Health implementation pilots in France:
scope, current status timelines, proposed healthcare applications & opportunities for international suppliers
Elie Lobel
- Director of Patient Care Coordination Department
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Independent overview of the French e-health market and its future
Dr Ayden Tajahmady
- Responsible du programme de travail

Eddie AnoufaCountry Manager, France, InterSystems Corp.
14:45 - 15:30Exhibition / Afternoon Break
15:30 - 16:15MODERATED PANEL DISCUSSION
Is the provision of ehealthcare, telemedicine and telehealth just government hype, or are we seeing real developments in this sector in these markets?

What are the early priorities, technologies and applications to be focussed on?

International Panel moderated by Nick Ross Members: TBC
16:15 - 17:00CLOSING PLENARY: ‘RISING TO THE CHALLENGE OF PATIENT CENTRED CARE’ Moderator Nick Ross [GALLERY HALL]
A Question Time format with interactive audience participation
Panel Members: Katie Davis - Director General & Managing Director NHS Informatics Department of Health
Prof Iain Carpenter - President, IHRIM & Associate Director Records Standards, HIU, Royal College of Physicians
Dr Amir Hannan - GP Haughton Thornley Medical Centre, Tameside & Glossop PCT
Tim Kelsey - Transparency Tsar, Founder of Dr Foster Intelligence
Professor Sir Muir Gray - Director UK NHS National Knowledge Service & NHS Chief Knowledge Officer
Barbara, Baroness Young of Old Scone - Chief Executive of Diabetes UK
17:00CONGRESS CLOSE
STREAM 4
[ROOM B] Moving Strategy to Delivery: practicalities:
Strategy is easy! Making it happen is not so easy. This stream will focus on how to make strategy real and deployed on the ground. One area of focus will be how to realise increases in clinical efficiency and productivity. Other areas will focus on clinician-led innovation including decision-support and developments from both clinician and patient–based points of view.
09:00 - 09:30Exhibition
09:30 - 10:15OPENING PLENARY: Making it Happen [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote speakers: Earl Howe Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Quality) and Government Spokesperson, Department of Health

Bob Alexander - Director of Finance, NHS South of England
Dr Gillian Leng - Deputy Chief Executive NICE

ChairDave Marsden - CIO for Midlands and East of England
10:30 - 11:15Making it happen on the ground
Dave Marsden
- CIO for Midlands and East of England

Integrating Patient Care and Clinical Practice into a seamless EPR: the Electronic Patient Journey
Jane Stewart
- Clinical Systems Manager, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
11:15 - 12:00Clinician-led Informatics Innovation: Orchid Project
Dr Ian Gaywood
- Consultant Rheumatologist, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Prof John Chelsom - Centre for Health Informatics, School of Informatics, City University

Decision-support for Cancer MDTs
Mr Mo Keshtgar
- Consultant Surgical Oncologist, Breast Unit, Royal Free Hospital, NHS Trust
13:00 - 13:45MID-DAY PLENARY: Thinking Differently. [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote Speakers: Dr Mark Davies - GP Hebden Bridge, Executive Medical Director, The Information Centre,
Professor John Williams - Health Informatics Unit, The Royal College of Physicians
Professor John Naughton - Vice-President, Wolfson College, Cambridge
ChairLiz Horkin - Director of Sussex Health Informatics Service
14:00 - 14:45Renal Patient View: Real time internet access to medical records for patients
Dr Keith Simpson
- Consultant Nephrologist for Renal Patient View, Western Infirmary, Glasgow & Patient TBC


Morbidity assessment & optimisation following surgery - a goal for the 21st century...
David McCormack
- Specialist Registrar in Cardiothoracic Surgery, London Deanery
14:45 - 15:30Exhibition / Afternoon Break
15:30 - 16:15Knowledge Management Strategy: behaviours, culture & ROI
Neil Stutchbury
- Knowledge Management Director, Monitor

Setting the scene - using clinical coding as a healthcare tool
Carolyn Cooper
- Director of Communications, IHRIM
16:15 - 17:00CLOSING PLENARY: ‘RISING TO THE CHALLENGE OF PATIENT CENTRED CARE’ Moderator Nick Ross [GALLERY HALL]
A Question Time format with interactive audience participation
Panel Members: Katie Davis - Director General & Managing Director NHS Informatics Department of Health
Prof Iain Carpenter - President, IHRIM & Associate Director Records Standards, HIU, Royal College of Physicians
Dr Amir Hannan - GP Haughton Thornley Medical Centre, Tameside & Glossop PCT
Tim Kelsey - Transparency Tsar, Founder of Dr Foster Intelligence
Professor Sir Muir Gray - Director UK NHS National Knowledge Service & NHS Chief Knowledge Officer
Barbara, Baroness Young of Old Scone - Chief Executive of Diabetes UK
17:00CONGRESS CLOSE
STREAM 5
[ROOM C] Productivity & Efficiency Demonstrators:
how information and information technology can deliver real benefits, both cash releasing and non-cash releasing for health and social care organisations. The session will include real-life examples and demonstrations of good practice.
09:00 - 09:30Exhibition
09:30 - 10:15OPENING PLENARY: Making it Happen [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote speakers: Earl Howe Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Quality) and Government Spokesperson, Department of Health

Bob Alexander - Director of Finance, NHS South of England
Dr Gillian Leng - Deputy Chief Executive NICE

ModeratorLois Lere - Deputy Chief Information Officer, Head of Health Informatics Strategy & Delivery Monitoring, South Central SHA
10:30 - 12:00Digital Technology as an underpinning enabler to QIPP
Inderjit Singh
- National QIPP digital lead

Pathways to real efficiency
Dr. Peter Fox
- Clinical Director, NHS Pathways
Jackie Shears - Programme Head, NHS Pathways CMS

IT Return on Investment
John Clark
- Chief Information Officer, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Innovative IT delivers Return on Investment
Mark Bostock
- Mersey HIS

Q&A
Lois Lere
- Deputy Chief Information Officer
Head of Health Informatics Strategy & Delivery Monitoring,
South Central Strategic Health Authority
12:00 - 12:45Lunch / Exhibition
13:00 - 13:45MID-DAY PLENARY: Thinking Differently. [GALLERY HALL]
Moderator: Nick Ross
Keynote Speakers: Dr Mark Davies - GP Hebden Bridge, Executive Medical Director, The Information Centre,
Professor John WilliamsHealth Informatics Unit, The Royal College of Physicians
Professor John Naughton - Vice-President, Wolfson College, Cambridge
ChairAnthony McKeever - Chief Executive MedeAnalytics International Ltd
14:00 - 14:45Developing Commissioning Support Services – An Informatics Perspective
Phil Trickey
- Director of Informatics South West London
Corporate Services Benchmarking and Best Practice Project
Dionne Hilton - Programme Manager, Commercial Support Unit NHS London
14:45 - 15:30Exhibition / Afternoon Break
15:30 - 16:15Nurse Informatics Efficiency & Productivity Gains
Jane Ennis
- Service Development & Clinical Coding Manager, Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals

AIDC & RFID for Efficiency and productivity
Neil Lawrence
- Project Manager AIDC Technologies
16:15 - 17:00CLOSING PLENARY: ‘RISING TO THE CHALLENGE OF PATIENT CENTRED CARE’ Moderator Nick Ross [GALLERY HALL]
A Question Time format with interactive audience participation
Panel Members: Katie Davis - Director General & Managing Director NHS Informatics Department of Health
Prof Iain Carpenter - President, IHRIM & Associate Director Records Standards, HIU, Royal College of Physicians
Dr Amir Hannan - GP Haughton Thornley Medical Centre, Tameside & Glossop PCT
Tim Kelsey - Transparency Tsar, Founder of Dr Foster Intelligence
Professor Sir Muir Gray - Director UK NHS National Knowledge Service & NHS Chief Knowledge Officer
Barbara, Baroness Young of Old Scone - Chief Executive of Diabetes UK
17:00CONGRESS CLOSE