Day 2 - 4 May
09.45 - 10.45 Cambio Healthcare Systems
Title of session: A single care record across all care settings: How does it work in practice? An example from Kronoberg
11.00 - 12.30: Making patients safer, making EHRs safer
In a health system under so much pressure there can sometimes be a tendency to accept failure. Despite the high profile of the Francis report after the Mid Staffs scandal, patient safety remains a serious concern in the NHS. Information technology is intended to make care safer, but if the technology is unreliable, poorly designed or badly implemented it can make the problem worse by introducing new errors or unintended consequences. This session aims to raise awareness of the vital importance of digital health safety and to suggest how industry can work with care providers to acknowledge product failings and work to improve them.
The nightmare is real: When digital health goes wrong
Professor Ross Koppel, University of Pennsylvania, USA
How can we make e-prescribing safer in paediatric care? The vital role of well-designed decision support.
Professor Christof Lehmann, Vanderbilt Medical Center, USA
How can healthcare organisations manage IT-related risks?
Associate Professor Dr Mark-Alexander Sujan, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick
13.30 - 15.00: Clinical leadership for digital health and care
The Wachter review has outlined that a new cadre of Chief Clinical Informatics Officers (CCIOs) at the heart of the strategy for digitising the NHS. Leadership from clinicians across the NHS will be crucial but how will it be motivated and operationalised? In this session, key stakeholders outline how health professionals can be agents of change in informatics in the health sector.
Dr Amitava Banerjee, Lead, Clinical Informatics Education, Health Informatics Unit, Royal College of Physicians of London, Senior Clinical Lecturer, University College London and Honorary Consultant Cardiologist
Professor Iain Carpenter, Chair, Professional Record Standards Body
Dr Mona Johnson, Senior Clinical Lead, Domain A, Prevention and Self-Care, NHS Digital
Professor John Williams, Director, Health Informatics Unit, Royal College of Physicians of London. Professor of Health Services Research, University of Swansea