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Conference

Programme

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Day One

10.35 Building a more preventative healthcare system: redesigning healthcare systems after Covid
  • Covid has shown us the importance of building resilient, sustainable and strong public health systems
  • The UK’s successful vaccination programme has shown the ability for different parts of the system to work effectively together to deliver improved health
  • How can we now apply the learnings from the Covid response to our wider healthcare challenges and how can we design a system that delivers this

Richard Sloggett, Former Special Advisor to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, UK Government

11.05 Q&A
11.15 A NICE opportunity to improve access to medicines
  • Medical advances led to individualised therapies which in some cases cure previously untreatable conditions.
  • The NICE Methodology Review presents once in a lifetime opportunity to make a meaningful change to the way we assess new medicines’ clinical and cost effectiveness.
  • Gilead Sciences welcomes the proposals made in the consultation but stresses the importance that any revised methodology must rationally appraise the clinical and cost-effectiveness of new treatments.
  • This will not only ensure patients in the UK can continue to benefit from the latest in medical innovation, it will also ensure the country’s position as a leader in innovative healthcare.

Gordon Lundie, Senior Director, Market Access and Reimbursement, Gilead Sciences UK and Ireland

11.50 Q&A
12.00 Patients with comorbidities in the acute setting: the role of digital clinical decision support
  • The role of digital clinical decision support for patients with comorbidities.
  • How the role of such support has become more important since the onset of the pandemic
  • How digital clinical decision support can transform how care is delivered - with dynamic management algorithms that change as the patient changes.

Kieran Walsh, Clinical Director, British Medical Journal

12.35 Q&A
12.45 Lunch Break
13.30 Beyond Data
    Simon Swift, Managing Director, Methods Analytics
14.05 Q&A

ital Health and Software Design: Cross Sector Collaboration

14.15 Digital Health and Software: Cross Sector Collaboration - Why a problem shared is a problem solved
  • Response to the Coronavirus - cross-industry design and collaboration playing a key role in providing time critical solutions
  • Innovators and developers coming together to share knowledge, information, and opportunities
  • Lessons learned and How some of these lessons can be used moving forward post-pandemic
  • Barriers to innovation within the healthcare system and overcoming them Regulation and approval processes

Dr Michael Watts, CEO, Blüm Health

14.50 Q&A
15.00 Close of Day One

Day Two

10.30 International comparisons of digitisation strategy journeys: in light of the integration agenda & pitfalls to be aware of
  • A look at the healthcare systems in New Zealand, Australia, USA
  • What are the things we should be doing here in the NHS from those healthcare systems, as well as what to avoid
  • A look to the future

Dimitri Varsamis, Senior Policy Lead for digital primary care, NHS England

11.05 Q&A
11.15 Dissolving the Stigma around Mental Health – a re-evaluation in the light of Covid19
  • An assessment of Covid-19’s impact on mental health in Britain
  • How, despite remarkable efforts to combat discrimination and stigmatization attributed to mental illness, many people are still afraid of seeking treatment
  • Combatting this stigma – a five step strategy

Chair: Professor Sam Shah, Global Clinical and Digital Advisor for the Department of International Trade, UK Government

Michelle Funk, Unit Head, Policy, Law and Human Rights Unit (PLR),World Health Organization

Sarah O’Leary, Chief Executive Officer, Missing Link, Next Link & Safe Link

Dr Ahmed Hankir, Academic Clinical Fellow in General Adult Psychiatry, King's College London

11.50 Q&A
12.00 Working with VR in Healthcare
  • Schizophrenia and virtual reality (VR): how can VR lessen the symptoms of schizophrenia?
  • "Challenge" A novel VR based approach in treating patients with auditory hallucinations
  • A broader overview of application areas of virtual reality in healthcare.

Merete Nordentoft, Clinical Professor & Thomas Saaby Noer, Head of Healthcare, Khora Virtual Reality

12.35 Q&A
12.45 Lunch Break
13.30 UKIHMA - UK Expertise in the Global Healthcare Market

Jenny Scott, General Manager, UKIHMA

14.05 Q&A
14.15 Hospitals and health infrastructure – looking into the future
  • An update on the Healthcare Infrastructure Plan (HIP)
  • Why health infrastructure is more than just ‘bricks and mortar’ – what system do we need for the NHS to deliver world class care
  • A new strategy to make NHS infrastructure fit for the future
14.50 Q&A
15.00 Close of Day Two

Day Three

11.15 Looking at Healthcare through a Different Lens: The Journey to Well Being
  • Episodic, transactional and focused too much on pathogenesis and disease - is the global healthcare system fundamentally broken?
  • Creating a system which put well-being at its centre - Incremental in nature and holistic on the individual.
  • Looking towards augmenting health rather than mitigating illness and incorporates prevention and well-being as fundamental pillars of heal

Surriya Walters, Digital Inclusion Outreach Manager, Good Things Foundation

12.00 Introduction to Stem Cells

Dr Salmaan Dalvi, Chief Executive, Global Regenerative Medicine Society

12.35 Q&A
12.45 Lunch Break
13.30 Health Tech: Keeping up the Momentum post-Covid
  • The remarkable rate of adoption of digital health technologies during the pandemic
  • Greater use of remote consultations and the electronic prescribing service, mobilising artificial intelligence and big data to track Covid-19 cases and develop vaccines
  • Embedding existing and newer technologies for the long term: reflecting on the COVID-19 pandemic to inform the health and care system of the future

Professor Rotimi Jaiyesimi, NHS Patient Safety Specialist, Associate Medical Director for Patient Safety, Mid and South Essex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

14.05 Q&A
14.15 Collaboration and trends in health tech
  • The digital health regulatory puzzle
  • Response to the Coronavirus – huge acceleration of digital health and evolving trends
  • Long COVID – apps to support and the gap in the market
  • Supporting the digital patient post-pandemic

Liz Ashall Payne, Co-Founder & CEO, ORCHA

14.50 Q&A
15.00 End of Conference

Confirmed Speakers

A snapshot of Confirmed Speakers UK Health Week Summer Series 8-10 June 2021

Richard Sloggett

Richard Sloggett

Former Special Advisor to the Secretary of State for Health UK Govt

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Dr Michelle Funk

Dr Michelle Funk

World Health Organization
Unit Head, Policy, Law and Human Rights Unit (PLR), Department of Mental Health and Substance Use

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Dr Ahmed Hankir

Dr Ahmed Hankir

Lead for Public Engagement and Education at the World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Mental Health, Disabilities and Human Rights at the Institute for Mental Health, the University of Nottingham

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Professor Sam Shah

Professor Sam Shah

Chief Medical Strategy Officer, Numan

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Ms. Sarah O’Leary

Ms. Sarah O’Leary

Chief Executive of Missing Link Mental Health Services, Next Link Domestic Abuse and Safe Link Sexual Violence Support Services, South West – UK

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Dr Kieran Walsh

Dr Kieran Walsh

Clinical Director at BMJ

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Gordon Lundie

Gordon Lundie

Gilead Sciences Senior Director, Market Access and Reimbursement, UK and Ireland

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Dimitri Varsamis

Dimitri Varsamis

Senior Policy Lead, Digital Primary Care, GP Contract Team, UK Govt

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Michael Watts

Michael Watts

Medical Doctor, NHS England Clinical Entrepreneur and CEO of Blum Health Ltd

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Liz Ashall-Payne

Liz Ashall-Payne

Co-founder and CEO of ORCHA

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Professor Rotimi Ayodele Kayode Jaiyesimi

Professor Rotimi Ayodele Kayode Jaiyesimi

Associate Medical Director for Patient Safety at Mid and South Essex University Hospitals, Essex and Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan

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Merete Nordentoft

Merete Nordentoft

Clinical Professor

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Thomas Saaby Noer

Thomas Saaby Noer

Head of Healthcare, Khora Virtual Reality

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Jenny Scott

Jenny Scott

General Manager, UKIHMA

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Simon Swift

Simon Swift

Managing Director, Methods Analytics

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Dr Salmaan Dalvi

Dr Salmaan Dalvi

Chief Executive, Global Regenerative Medicine Society

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CPD Qualifying

CPD Qualifying