12th & 13th November 2019

Agenda


Event Agenda

08:00 - 08:30

Registration and Networking Reception

08:30 - 08:40

Louise Patten, Chief Executive
Louise Patten
Chief Executive
Executive Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire CCGs

Chair’s Opening Remarks

08:40 - 09:00

Sir James Mackey, Chief Executive
Sir James Mackey
Chief Executive
Northumbria Healthcare NHS FT
OPENING KEYNOTE

Patient and Staff Satisfaction - can this drive operational and financial performance?

At long last, the National people plan has raised the profile of staff engagement, values and the importance of compassionate leadership.

Similarly, at the same time, the NHS is at its most challenged in many years, with deteriorating performance across most headings, reduced public and staff satisfaction and a mismatch of demand and capacity.

James’ discussion will try and connect the two issues and explore whether, or the extent to which, the former can solve the latter.

09:00 - 09:20

Eghosa Bazuaye, Associate Director of Information
Eghosa Bazuaye
Associate Director of Information
Royal Berkshire NHS FT

Advanced Analytics - AI and Real-time Actionable Intelligence via Mobile apps

NHS Managers are increasingly overwhelmed by data/reports and this pressure is expected to increase with the digital hospital programme. Being overloaded with data has an impact on the efficiency of staff and it also increases the risk of critical information for decision making being missed. RBFT has now developed a mobile app data assistant platform that has been designed to streamline the way staff interact and access data by helping managers focus on actionable intelligence. The app tracks KPIs in real time and notifies managers when they need to take action.

The next stages are in the implementation of AI within the Trust to increase our automation as well as our predictive and prescriptive capability; the RBFT informatics team is working closely with the University of Reading’s Informatics research department to further develop our AI and advanced analytics in the digital health space. This would enable the Trust to make more effective use of its valuable data assets and would allow us to more easily identify variation in clinical and operational processes and outcomes.

09:20 - 09:40

Solution Provider Case Study

09:40 - 10:00

Kelvyn Hipperson, Chief Information Officer
Kelvyn Hipperson
Chief Information Officer
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust

Agile Strategy: building out Cornwall’s ICS digital strategy from acute and community to county wide and beyond

In this session, Kelvyn will cover how starting with the acute setting they’re iteratively building their digital strategy from electronic patient records and digital infrastructure and capabilities to community and county wide approaches to collaboration and voice recognition. Kelvyn will then look beyond Cornwall to peninsula working e.g. LHCRE and patient flow, with the development of an integrated care system with good links across systems and care settings.

10:05 - 10:25

Solution Provider Case Study - Stream 1/2/3/4

10:30 - 11:00

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

11:00 - 11:20

Solution Provider Case Study

11:20 - 11:40

Simon Worthington, Director of Finance
Simon Worthington
Director of Finance
The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Finance the Leeds Way

Simon Worthington Director of Finance at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust will explore how the “Finance the Leeds Way” programme, delivered in the context of the trust’s “Leeds Way” values: patient centred, accountable, fair, empowered and collaborative, enabled the Trust to move from a deficit position to recording its largest surplus ever.

11:45 - 12:05

Solution Provider Case Study - Stream 1/2/3/4

12:10 - 12:30

Tony Wolff, Chief Medical Information Officer
Tony Wolff
Chief Medical Information Officer
Royal Free London NHS Trust
Finn Catling, Critical Care Doctor and Machine Learning Researcher
Finn Catling
Critical Care Doctor and Machine Learning Researcher
University College London Hospitals NHS FT

Quality Improvement and Research in a Paperless Hospital

In the paper-based hospital the traditional approach to QI and research requires the laborious searching through individual patient notes to extract the required data. On entering the world of the electronic patient record we face a crossroads. We can either continue to use our traditional approach entering each individual electronic record to extract data (this would be a tragedy) or we can learn to interrogate databases. In this talk, Tony and Finn will present a variety of novel and interesting ways to use the large amount of data produced by a paperless hospital to create new insights into patient care.

12:35 - 13:30

Group 1 - P2P Connect Speed Networking

Group 1 - P2P Connect Speed Networking

12:35 - 13:30

Chris Witham, Digital Delivery Lead
Chris Witham
Digital Delivery Lead
NHS Leadership Academy

Group 2 - Group Discussion Snowflakes, Pets and Cattle

Chris Witham will discuss the NHS Leadership Academy’s journey to the cloud. Participants will then have the chance to discuss the importance of creating a culture to enable digital transformation and a shared language to enable everyone to participate in and contribute to the change.

Group 2 - Group Discussion Snowflakes, Pets and Cattle

13:30 - 14:25

Networking Lunch

Networking Lunch

14:30 - 15:25

Group 2 - P2P Connect Speed Networking

Group 2 - P2P Connect Speed Networking

14:30 - 15:25

Chris Witham, Digital Delivery Lead
Chris Witham
Digital Delivery Lead
NHS Leadership Academy

Group 1 - Group Discussion Snowflakes, Pets and Cattle

Chris Witham will discuss the NHS Leadership Academy’s journey to the cloud. Participants will then have the chance to discuss the importance of creating a culture to enable digital transformation and a shared language to enable everyone to participate in and contribute to the change.

Group 1 - Group Discussion Snowflakes, Pets and Cattle

15:30 - 16:30

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

16:30 - 16:50

Harvey McEnroe, Chief Operating Officer
Harvey McEnroe
Chief Operating Officer
Medway NHS FT
Jack Tabner, Director of Transformation
Jack Tabner
Director of Transformation
Medway NHS FT

The Best Flow Programme: delivering improvements in patient flow, supporting cost reduction and achieving effective and safe care

The Trust has embarked on a 12 month programme of holistic change to redesign the flow of patients from the front door to the back door and out of our hospital. Working with commissioners, local care and primary care providers, they are redesigning the flow of all non-elective patients. This transformation will bring around a cost reduction in 1 year of £1.7m and over the next three years they will reduce costs across the local healthcare economy by £5m.

16:55 - 17:15

Solution Provider Case Study Stream 1/2/3

17:15 - 17:45

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

17:45 - 18:05

Diane Hedges, Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive
Diane Hedges
Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive
Oxfordshire CCG
CLOSING KEYNOTE

Delivering Change Through Integration

Solving old problems in new ways – the Galbraith model tells us to look at strategy, people, structure, rewards and processes. Diane will offer examples of how this has worked for the trust in Oxfordshire through these key principles:

Strategy - Move commissioning closest to those who can influence best.
People - Leadership through the system and role modelling integration behaviours.
Processes - Redesigning pathways by using digital and creating patient empowerment.
Rewards - Using integration in contract to drive effective services.
Structure - Breaking down organisational walls with a new system team.

18:05 - 18:35

Paul Buss, Medical Director
Paul Buss
Medical Director
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board

Winedown Workshop 1 - What Value Based Healthcare Can Truly Offer

Value based healthcare can alter the way in which we practice healthcare. Aneurin Bevan have built a programme that focuses on value based healthcare in practice. By using applied knowledge they have challenged conventional medical behaviours and redesigned aspects of the service based on business intelligence and costing arrangements. With examples of mobile technology and how this has provided challenge to improve efficiency and productivity in out patient settings and enhance experience.

Join this interactive workshop and share your thoughts on:

  • How to invest based on clinical outcomes?
  • What technologies are you using?
Winedown Workshop 1 - What Value Based Healthcare Can Truly Offer

18:05 - 18:35

Sue Jenkins, Director of Kaizen
Sue Jenkins
Director of Kaizen
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

Winedown Workshop 2

From shocking to outstanding – how a relentless pursuit on the reduction and elimination of waste and the development of a management system which has an inbuilt quality improvement methodology has contributed to the success of SASH.

This interactive session will discuss what waste is and why it is so important to both understand and reduce and how we as leaders need to take off our super hero capes and stop becoming problem solvers in order to enable and develop a workforce who seek to make small improvements everyday.

Winedown Workshop 2

18:35 - 18:50

Coffee & Networking Break - Day 1 Close

Coffee & Networking Break - Day 1 Close

20:00 - 20:30

Drinks Reception

Drinks Reception

20:30 - 22:00

Networking Dinner

Networking Dinner