HETT is one-of-a-kind event for the healthcare industry that unites 130+ world-leading health technology suppliers with 3,000+ digital leaders from NHS Trusts, Foundation Trusts, CCGs, ICSs, national bodies and private hospitals.
NHSCC, as one of the event partners, will be hosting a best practice theatre to showcase the excellent work our members are doing in this important area. Our full line up is as follows:
Day One (1 Oct)
10-10.30am: Getting the best value for CCG medicines spend. Carol Roberts, Chief Executive, PrescQIPP
11-11.40am: C the Signs: AI and cancer diagnosis. Dr Vinesh Patel, GP and Cancer Clinical Lead, NHS Sutton CCG; and Dr Bhavagaya Bakshi, GP and Co-Founder of C the Signs
12-12.30pm: Delivering population health management. Frank Wood, Chief Analyst, Health and Care Hub, NHS Leeds CCG/Leeds City Council
2-2.30pm: The Low Carb Program Digital Platform: sustainable lifestyle change for diabetes. Sanjay Gohil, Healthcare Partnerships Manager, Ascensia Diabetes Care.
Day Two (2 Oct)
10-10.30am: Supporting mental wellbeing through technology. Dr Phil Moore, GP and Deputy Chair (Clinical), NHS Kingston CCG; Chair of NHSCC’s Mental Health Commissioners’ Network
11-11.30: Whole System Integrated Care (WSIC) dashboards. Rachel Meadows, Head of Deployment (WSIC); and Kavitha Saravanakumar, Deputy Director of Business Intelligence and Data Management, North West London Collaboration of CCGs
12-12.30pm: Digitising NHS Continuing Healthcare. Karen Smith, Service Lead, NHS Continuing Health Care Services, Cheshire CCGs
2-2.30pm: Using data to improve outcomes: A system’s approach to population health. Dr Charles Gostling, GP and Clinical Director; and Martin Wilkinson, Managing Director, NHS Lewisham CCG.
Supported by NHS Digital, NHSX, NHS Digital Academy, NHS Clinical Commissioners and NHSA, HETT examines the biggest technology-related challenges facing the industry including workforce management, integration, IT legacy issues, data security and financial pressures.
Hear keynotes and case studies from industry leaders including:
– Matthew Gould – CEO, NHSX
– Rachel Dunscombe, Chief Executive Officer, NHS Digital Academy
– Sarah Wilkinson, Chief Executive Officer, NHS Digital
– Baroness Blackwood, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department of Health and Social Care
– Dr Garrett Mehl, Scientist, World Health Organisation
– Patrick Mitchell – Director of Innovation and Transformation, Health Education England
– Dr. Indra Joshi – Digital Health & AI Clinical Leads, NHS England
What to expect:
Visit hettshow.co.uk to find out more.
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