Day 1 - 3 May

Theatre 5

11.00 - 12.30: Records access – choice and benefits

Chair:
Dr Clive Prince, NHS England Digital Clinical Champion, retired GP and a clinical tutor

Session 1: Health data on trial
This session will explore what patients and users really think about sharing health records. How do we identify the public’s views on this? This will be an interactive session looking at what citizens' juries said about sharing health records. Specifically, we will look at:
• What are citizens' juries and what can they tell us?
• How should we ask the public questions that affect them?

Speaker:
Dr. Malcolm Oswald, Director, Citizen Juries CIC, and Honorary Research Fellow in Law, University of Manchester

Session 2: Self Care: Access to own record for self care – managing diabetes, a joint responsibility of the patient and professionals assisted by access to information
This session will focus on the joint responsibility for healthcare outcomes by patients and professionals. Focusing specifically on managing diabetes, we will look at access to information to support patients in their own care and condition monitoring. The session will present perspectives from clinicians and patients.

Speakers:
Dr James Mather, General Practitioner, New Court Surgery, South Worcestershire
Patient representative from the New Court Surgery


13:30 - 15:00: From data to intelligence - using data to achieve the ‘triple aim’ for health and care
This session will explore latest developments and solutions that are exploiting data to support the achievement of the triple aim, which are:

1. Improving the patient experience of care (including quality and satisfaction);
2. Improving the health of populations; and
3. Reducing the per capita cost of health care

Chair:
Julia Manning, Founding Director, 2020Health

Speakers:
The individual citizen or patient perspective – personalizing health and care
Presentation from one of the finalists in this year’s AXA PPP Health Tech & You Programme

Local health and care communities - using data to support ‘place-based ‘systems of care’, collaborative approaches to planning and delivery across organisational boundaries that seek to address the challenges and improve the health of the populations they serve
Gary Leeming, Director of Informatics, Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network

Population health – developing insight and transparency across populations
Jonathan Christensen, Director, Strategic Operations, Klas Research
Jeremy Goff, Research Director, Klas Research