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NHS Long Term Plan 2021
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NHS Long Term Plan 2021
Transition, Integrate, Improve
30th of November 2021
Royal Society of Medicine, London

NHS Long Term Plan 2021

08:15-09:00 Registration & Networking
09:00-10:15 Morning Plenary 1: LTP Vision & Transition Update.
09:00 Chair`s Opening Address
Polly Toynbee (confirmed)
British journalist specialising in the NHS, & member of the NHS Assembly
09:10 A New Service Model for the 21st Century.
Chris Hopson (confirmed)
Chief Executive, NHS Providers
09:25 Delivering World-Class Health and Care Services.
Matthew Taylor (confirmed)
Chief Executive, NHS Confederation
09:40 The Challenges Of Shifting To A Focus On Prevention From Treatment: The role technology can play.
Ben Bridgewater (confirmed)
Chief Executive, Health Innovation Manchester
09:55 Questions and Answers
10:15-10:50 Coffee & Networking
10:55-12:20 Morning Plenary 2: Utilising the Evidence Base
10:55 Behaviour Change and the Road to Renewal: Learning from the pandemic.
Professor Matthew Cripps (confirmed)
Director of Sustainable Healthcare, NHS England & Improvement
  • How we used behavioural science and behaviour change during COVID.
  • How we can build on the impact and learning to deliver the LTP and prevention agendas in recovery.
11:10 Diabetes Care: Plans, outcomes and the future.
Dr Partha Kar OBE (confirmed)
National Specialty Advisor for Diabetes, NHS England & Improvement
11:25 Digital Transformation.
Lisa Hollins (confirmed)
Director of Innovation Delivery, NHSX
11:45 Cardiovascular Disease Prevention.
Dr Shahed Ahmad (confirmed)
National Clinical Director for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention, NHS England & Improvement
12:05 Questions and Answers.
12:20-12:30 Comfort Break
12:30-13:10 Case Study Presentations.
12:30 Case Study 1 - An ICS Elective recovery fund program with NICE backed technology.
Mr Alec Mason BSc (Hons) Podiatry (confirmed)
System Transformation Manager / Advanced Wound Management , Smith and Nephew
  Smith and Nephew
  • End to end pathway for incision management and chronic wounds.
  • Supporting to free up bed space and nurse resource to allow greater through put of patients in elective surgery.
  • Supporting to free up clinical time in community nursing to receive a greater number of patients from acute services.
12:50 Case Study 2 - Embracing Novel Technologies to Reduce the Backlog.
Glyn Barnes (confirmed)
Strategic Marketing Director, EMEA, iRhythm
  • Challenges faced by the NHS in adopting new technologies.
  • NHS supporting bodies that help to get new technologies in practice. 
  • CVD specific challenges faced by the current NHS landscape.
13:10-14:10 Lunch in the Network Surgery
14:15-14:55 3 Workshops Running Concurrently
14:10 Workshop A. Sanofi - Our commitment to innovating in a digital world. This non-promotional session has been organised and funded by Sanofi (Guy Whittle Auditorium)
Daniel   Morris (confirmed)
NHS Engagement Lead - General Medicines, Sanofi
Becky Reeve (confirmed)
Professional Relations Lead, General , Sanofi
  • Sustainability: Aspirations and green commitments 
  • Commitment to education for those dealing with long term conditions 
  • Artificial intelligence as a potential solution to address psychological demands for long-term conditions
14:10 Workshop B - Digital Revolution in Dermatology: Implementing teledermatology solutions to improve patient pathways. (Seminar Suite)
Christianah Olagunju (confirmed)
Project Manager, Health Innovation Network
Lesley Soden (confirmed)
Programme Director, Health Innovation Network
  • Dermatology is among the most popular applications of e-health and telemedicine
  • The Dermatology Improvement Collaborative has explored routes to implementing teledermatology solutions, such as diagnostic photo hubs
  • Learnings from this project can help inform your telemedicine and e-health strategy
  • Benefits include streamlining the patient pathway, reducing waiting times and more efficient use of clinical resources through improved clinical triage
14:10 Workshop C - AF: Addressing the Unmet Need. (Naim Dangoor Auditorium)
Dr Yassir Javaid (confirmed)
Clinical Adviser for Cardiology, Royal College of General Practitioners
15:00-16:05 Afternoon Plenary: Innovations and Research
15:00 Chair and opening address.
Christina Farrow (confirmed)
Deputy Director for Innovation, NHS England and NHS Improvement
15:05 Predictive Analytics to Proactively Identify Potential Urgent Care.
Mark England (confirmed)
Fellow, NHS Innovation Accelerator
15:15 Evaluating Patient Experience.
Mark Lomax (confirmed)
Fellow , NHS Innovation Accelerator
15:25 Case Study 3:
Dr Ed Seward (confirmed)
Consultant Gastroenterologist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
15:45 Innovation Research and Life Sciences.
Christina Farrow (confirmed)
Deputy Director for Innovation, NHS England and NHS Improvement
16:05 Questions and Answers
16:30-16:30 Conference Close
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