Day 2 - 4 May
09.45 - 10.45 Cyber security and GDPR
Title of Session: Why cyber security is so important for healthcare organisations
With Cyber Security now beginning to have a real impact on Health Organisations around the world, we've brought together a Panel of Experts to discuss the problems, and solutions.
The panel will be Chaired by Paul Lewis, CTO of Crossword Cybersecurity PLC and will feature four Cyber Security experts. It will debate some of the key issues and proposed solutions, and take questions from the conference floor.
For example; Blockchain & Crypto - a solution for Health Records? How can you avoid Cryptolocker and other Ransomware attacks. How will GDPR impact Health?
11.00 - 12.30 Test Beds – Update and news from three of the Test Bed programmes
Frontline health and care workers test bed areas are pioneering and evaluating the use of novel combinations of interconnected devices such as wearable monitors, data analysis and ways of working which will help patients stay well and monitor their conditions themselves at home. Successful innovations will then be available for other parts of the country to adopt and adapt to the particular needs of their local populations.
The Test Beds participating in this session are:
Care City Innovation Test Bed
This promotes healthy ageing across a million- strong population in North East London
Lancashire and Cumbria Innovation Alliance (LCIA) Test Bed
Includes two New Care Model Vanguard sites, partners and a number of SMEs and social enterprises to support the frail elderly and people with long term conditions to remain well outside of hospital and avoid unnecessary admissions.
West of England Test Bed
This is the Digital Coach project led by West of England AHSN in partnership with Diabetes UK
About the session
There will be a panel session with plenty of time for questions and answers from the audience. The panel members will include people involved in the day to day running of the Test Bed programmes who will be able to give a first hand view of the effectiveness of the initiatives.
These will include the following with more to be confirmed soon:
John Craig, Chief Executive, Care City
Claire Stidston, Test Bed Programme Manager, NHS England Test Bed
Daniel Abell, Strategy Advisor, NHS England
Chris Gornall, Project Manager, LCIA Test Bed
Dr Elizabeth Dymond, project lead for the Diabetes Digital Coach and Deputy Director, West of England AHSN
13.30 - 15.00 tech UK and INTEROPen
Title of session: techUK’s priorities and focus on future of interoperability
Representing more than 300 health and social care technology companies, techUK sets out its priorities, its partnership with NHS Digital and its collaboration with INTEROPen. The main focus of the session will be on INTEROPen communities and governance.
Rob Blay, CEO, JAC and Chair of techUK’s Health and Social Care Council
Paul Cooper, Non-Executive Director, IMS Maxims and Vice-Chair of techUK’s Health and Social Care Council
Ali Rogan, External Affairs Advisor, Tunstall Healthcare Group Ltd and Vice-Chair of techUK’s Health and Social Care Council
Luke Readman, CIO Waltham Forest, Newham and Tower Hamlets CCG
Dr Amir Mehrkar, NHS GP, co-founder INTEROPen, CCIO Orion Health