Programme

 

Intelligent Health UK Online Meet Up

 

Tuesday 11th May 2021

Event running in British Summer Time (BST)

Session 1 | 09:00 – 10:20

Headliner Stage

09:00 – 09:20

WELCOME InspiredMinds!

Sarah Porter, CEO and Founder, InspiredMinds!

WELCOME and morning chairperson’s opening remarks

Dr. Amrita Kumar, Consultant Radiologist & AI Clinical Lead, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust


09:20 – 09:35

HEADLINER

How the NHS AI Lab is enabling the safe, ethical and effective adoption of AI in health and care

Dr. Indra Joshi, Director of AI, NHSX


09:40 – 09:55 

HEADLINER

Microsoft


10:00 – 10:15

HEADLINER: 10 questions with…

Frank Hester, Founder and CEO, The Phoenix Partnership

Interviewer:

Dr. Amrita Kumar, Consultant Radiologist & AI Clinical Lead, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust

 

 

 

 

Session 2 | 10:20 – 11:20

For entrepreneurs with a shared passion to innovate, by solving real-world challenges to help integrate AI and data driven technologies into healthcare.

CHALLENGE 1

Can AI help the NHS recover from the pandemic – a focus on cancer services 

  • How has the use of digital and AI technology helped to speed up current pathways during the pandemic?
  • Exploring the patient journey: Diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation
  • How can we use digital and AI technology to create new pathways?

Led by: AHSN Network Innovation Exchange and DigitalHealth.London

Speakers:

Professor Fiona Gilbert, Professor of Radiology, Head of Department, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine

Danny Ruta, Clinical Artificial Intelligence Lead, Guy’s Cancer Centre, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Dr. Rayna Patel, Medical Doctor, Co-Founder and CEO, Vinehealth

Peter Mountney, CEO, Odin Vision

Liz O’Riordan, Speaker, Broadcaster and Author of ‘The Complete Guide to Breast Cancer’

Moderator:

Jenny Thomas, Programme Director, Digital Health.London

CHALLENGE 2

How do we integrate AI based technologies into social care and care homes? 

  • Understand the challenges to help care homes become AI ready
  • Learn from case studies on how they addressed barriers and came up with solutions
  • Identify the key challenges around gathering data between multiple partners
  • Understand where learnings from care homes can be translated into other opportunities to support independent living for other patient groups

Led by: NIHR and Health Innovation Network

Speakers:

Fay Sibley, Head of Healthy Ageing, Health Innovation Network

Dr. Elina Naydenova, CEO & Co-Founder, Feebris

Dr. Guy Gross, Founder, Seacole Digital

Daniel Casson, Digital Transformation Advisor, Care England

Darren Crombie, CEO and Founder, Upstream Health

Professor Jose-Luis Fernandez, Deputy Director of School for Social Care Research, NIHR

CHALLENGE 3

How can we empower healthcare professionals to make the most of AI?

This session will explore how prepared healthcare professionals feel to leverage AI in the workplace ethically and effectively, and what support they require to feel more comfortable deploying this technology. During this challenge, NHSX and Health Education England will share insights from their joint work on this issue and seek feedback on what would make healthcare professionals feel more comfortable using AI in the workplace.


Led by: NHSX and Health Education England

 

Speakers:

Brhmie Balaram, Head of AI Research and Ethics, NHS AI Lab, NHSX

Alan Davies, Director of Innovative Programmes and Partnerships, Health Education England

Dr. Hatim Abdullhussain, Clinical Fellow, AI & Robotics, Health Education England

Dr. Michael Nix, Clinical Fellow AI and Workforce, NHS AI Lab, NHSX and Health Education England

Session 3 | 11:25 – 11:55

Table Talks will be organised and facilitated by leaders chosen for their domain knowledge. Bringing together groups of qualified attendees to discuss a particular health concern, problem or opportunity to develop actionable strategies.

MEET UP

Participate in 2 meetings of 15 minutes each. Curated double-opt in meetings to connect online with new and familiar faces. Designed to provide highly efficient connections for real business interactions. You can continue to schedule meetings post the meet-up with any of your ‘star list’ matches.

TABLE TALK 1

What does technology need to do for Integrated Care Systems (ICS)?

Dr. John Parry, Clinical Director, The Phoenix Partnership

TABLE TALK 2

Microsoft

TABLE TALK 3

 

Session 4 | 12:00 – 13:00

For entrepreneurs with a shared passion to innovate, by solving real-world challenges to help integrate AI and data driven technologies into healthcare.

CHALLENGE 4

How can AI and data-driven technologies support behaviour change in mental and physical health?

  • What are the benefits and challenges of implementing AI to support behaviour change?
  • Does AI provide an opportunity to integrate treatment for mental and physical health conditions?
  • Learn from case studies on how they addressed barriers and identified solutions
  • What are the most promising approaches?
  • Help identify new opportunities for AI and data-driven interventions


Led by: NIHR

Speakers:

Professor Mike Trenell, Founder and CEO, Changing Health

Professor John Ainsworth, Professor of Health Informatics, University of Manchester

Matthew Steans, Founder, Stigma Statistics

Syndi Health

 

 

CHALLENGE 5

How can we evaluate and scale promising AI- driven technologies? 

The AI in Health and Care Award is a £140m fund run by the Accelerated Access Collaborative in collaboration with NHSX and NIHR. Funding is available over three years through a competitive process for AI technologies that support the aims of the NHS Long Term Plan and is a key programme within the £250m NHS AI Lab.

For this session we will outline how we are testing and evaluating AI technologies through case studies of two companies who are winners of Round 1 of the AI Award. 

Oxford HeartBeat is a Phase 3 technology which will be undertaking their first real-world testing in health and social care settings to develop evidence of efficacy and preliminary proof of effectiveness, including evidence for routes to implementation to enable more rapid adoption. Brainomix is a phase 4 technology in which they will facilitate initial systems adoption of the AI technologies with market authorisation into the NHS, evaluating the AI technology within clinical or operational pathways to determine efficacy or accuracy, and clinical and economic impact. 

We would like to welcome questions and feedback from the attendees on the case studies and approach we are taking to generate evidence and scale technologies.

Led by: NHSX

Speakers:

Kassandra Karpathakis, Head of AI Strategy, NHS AI Lab, NHSX

Emma Hughes, Senior Manager, Innovation, Research & Life Sciences, NHS England and Improvement

Dr. George Harston, Chief Medical and Innovation Officer, Brainomix Ltd, Consultant Stroke Physician, Oxford University Hospitals NHSFT

Dr. Katerina Spranger, Founder and CEO, Oxford HeartBeat

Session 5 | 13:00 – 14:30

Table Talks will be organised and facilitated by leaders chosen for their domain knowledge. Bringing together groups of qualified attendees to discuss a particular health concern, problem or opportunity to develop actionable strategies.

MEET UP

13:00 – 15:30

Participate in 10 meetings of 15 minutes each. Curated double-opt in meetings to connect online with new and familiar faces. Designed to provide highly efficient connections for real business interactions. You can continue to schedule meetings post the meet-up with any of your ‘star list’ matches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15:30 Close of

Intelligent Health UK

TABLE TALK 4

13:00 – 13:30

Using AI for patient recruitment in clinical research

  • Where is the opportunity to use Real World Data in Clinical Trials?
  • What are the difficulties in using Real World Data?  What are the consequences of these difficulties?
  • How IOMED’s Real World Data technology helps to accelerate Clinical Trials? 
  • What is Compass and how does it work, this query interface that gives instant access to Real Word Data?  
  • Use cases presentation
  • Benefits and Results discussion 
  • How does IOMED ensure Data Protection? 

Javier de Oca Catalan, Chief Executive Officer, IOMED
John Buchan, Country Manager- UK, IOMED

TABLE TALK 5

13:00 – 13:30

Using AI to keep elderly safe in the comfort of their own home

Joakim Karlén, Head of Product, Nectarine Health

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TABLE TALK 6

13:00 – 13:30
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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