Agenda

25 April 2018

  • Registration, refreshments and networking
  • Chairs opening remarks
  • Opening Keynote: Ministerial Address The Cabinet Secretary will update delegates on the new digital HSC Strategy in Scotland and its’ relevancy to health and social care integration, public health improvement, clinical strategy and outline Government's strategic objectives in delivering HSC services digitally.
  • Health and Social Care Integration: An International Perspective Hear from the Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs on how Finland successfully integrated health and social care through advanced technology, including, a unique personal identification code - used in all encounters from birth to autopsy - a health portal and and digital health library.
  • Expert Panel: Health & Social Care Integration Our expert speakers and panelists will address how The National Delivery Plan commits to innovate and expand ‘technology enabled’ service redesign at scale, with emphasis on the importance of partnership working across health, social care, housing, third and independent sector organisations.
  • Keynote: An overview of the National Clinical Strategy
  • Expert Panel: National Clinical Strategy Providing person centred primary care to address the complex needs of long term conditions and unscheduled care without reverting to medical solutions is a growing challenge. How can digital technology help to best address these challenges and improve patient care?
  • Refreshments, exhibition and networking
  • Masterclass 1a: Cyber Security & Cyber Resilience The 2017 WannaCry ransomware attack on the NHS hit 11 of Scotland's 14 health boards and the Scottish Ambulance Service. As the 'Once For All' approach integrates and co-ordinates services within the Scottish public sector, how can we protect citizens and secure their data? .
  • Masterclass 1b: Patient centred technology Technology has transformed the way we manage all aspects of our lives, from our finances to our weekly shopping, so what “disruptive” technologies could help deliver patient centred care and transform Scotland's health service?.
  • Masterclass 2a: Development of modern patient outservices As digital leaders' and health experts, how can we influence policy and practice so that health and social care systems are always centred around people’s needs and preferences? And how can we develop tools and services which enable all patient’s experiences to be better understood? .
  • Masterclass 2b: Data Protection & GDPR Stay up to date with the roll out of GDPR in May, defining how an individual’s personal information can be used by organizations, businesses and government. These regulations also contain safeguards that seek to ensure healthcare data is not susceptible to attack, misuse or misappropriation.
  • Lunch, Exhibition and Networking
  • Afternoon international keynote
  • Expert Panel: Public Health Improvement Better use of data and technology can be utilised to strengthen public health engagement, offer patients and citizens more control over their health and wellbeing, make savings across public services and drive forward overall health improvement in Scotland.
  • Refreshments, Exhibition and Networking
  • Keynote address: Citizen centred data sharing, improving public health and empowering citizens Focussing on empowering citizens and improving public health, the Scottish vision is that citizens will be able to access, add to and share a personalised view of their health and care information. How do we ensure citizens feel confident that personal data is being shared responsibly?
  • Expert Panel: Citizen Expectation & Patient Empowerment Patients are demanding care and solutions that are coordinated, convenient, customized and accessible. As digital leaders how can we ensure Scotland lives up to citizen expectation and empower patients from beginning to end.
  • Summary and Chairs Closing Remarks
  • Close of conference

Health and Social Care Digital Leaders Summit - Agenda

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