Day 2 - 4 May
11.00 - 12.30 NHS England Genomics
Genomics is a key priority for NHS England and the 100,000 Genomes Project aims to bring the benefits of personalised medicine to the patients and the NHS. This session will be split into three parts:
Keynote by senior NHS England leader
Looking at the importance and benefits of genomics today and the future as well as its implications for the NHS.
Title of first session: Integrating Data For Patient Care
This panel will look at how linking genotypic type and phenotypic data makes genetic medicine possible as without this genetic data is not of much use. This linkage is achieving the transformational benefit everyone is looking for. On the panel we have expert CCIOs from the NHS who are making this happen.
Dr Afzal Chaudhry, Consultant Nephrologist and the Chief Medical Information Officer, Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust (CUH)
Charles Gutteridge, Chief Clinical Information Officer (CCIO), Barts Health NHS Trust
Title of second session: Personalised Medicine
This panel will bring together people who are developing and using personalised medicine. It will look at a specific treatment are from a hospital trust that specialises in this area. The panel team is still to be confirmed.
13.30 – 15.00 Leadership Academy/Health Education England
The formation of the NHS Leadership Academy was announced by Secretary of State for Health in July 2011 and we formally launched in April 2012, as a national organisation designed to develop outstanding leadership in health, in order to improve people’s health and their experiences of the NHS. Our philosophy is simple – great leadership development improves leadership behaviours and skills. Better leadership leads to better patient care, experience and outcomes.
Our purpose is to work with our partners to deliver excellent leadership across the NHS to have a direct impact on patient care. We offer a range of tools, models, programmes and expertise to support individuals, teams and organisations to develop leaders, celebrating and sharing where outstanding leadership makes a real difference.
Health Education England
Health Education England (HEE) exists for one reason only: to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England by ensuring that the workforce of today and tomorrow has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours, at the right time and in the right place.
Title of session: Killing ‘Digital’ in Digital Leadership
How do we help leaders in Health and Care to integrate the potential to transform inherent in all things ‘digital’? This session will help us to explore some of the barriers and opportunities that leaders in Health and Care need to navigate in order to deliver the promote of digital transformation as we enter the ‘second half of the chessboard’. Given the complex nature of leadership in health and care how can we approach strategy development and value creation in a way that both sustains and transforms health and care.
Technologist or not, we’re all terrified (or at least a little uncomfortable) with the pace of technological change today. Digital is resulting in upheaval of almost every industry in the world. The largest taxi bookings company (Uber) owns no cars, the largest room hire company (Airbnb) owns no real estate.
We need this level of utterly transformative change in order to work within our financial constraints, support our staff to cope and (gasp) enjoy their jobs again, to ensure we are able to prevent and treat disease comprehensively, and provide care in a safe and user-centric way. This session is for those of us who want to take transformation away from the few and give it to the many. Kill the word digital, make it part of all our worlds and create organisations ready and able to transform.
Mike Chitty, Head of Applied Leadership, NHS Leadership Academy
James Freed, Chief Information Officer, Health Education England