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Intelligent Health UK 

06 – 07 APRIL 2022 (Event now closed)

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  • Wednesday 06th
  • 07:30 - 09:00
    REGISTRATION
  • 09:00 - 11:00
    SESSION ONE
  • 09:00 - 09:10
    WELCOME Inspired Minds Sarah Porter, CEO and Founder, Inspired Minds, UN Advisor, LAWS Plenary
    • Sarah Porter, CEO and Founder, Inspired Minds, UN Advisor, LAWS

  • 09:10 - 09:15
    WELCOME NHS AI Lab - NHS Transformative Directorate Eleonora Harwich, Head of Collaborations, NHS AI Lab Plenary
    • Eleonora Harwich, Head of Collaborations, NHS AI Lab

  • 09:15 - 09:20
    WELCOME and chairperson’s opening remarks Dr. Smitha Mundasad, Broadcast Journalist, BBC Plenary
    • Dr. Smitha Mundasad, Broadcast Journalist, BBC

  • 09:20 - 09:45
    HEADLINER: Leading digital change, interoperability and innovation Dr. Simon Eccles, Chief Clinical Information Officer, NHS England/NHS Improvement Plenary

    How will the merger of NHS Digital and NHSX into NHS England & NHS Improvement accelerate digital transformation of the UK healthcare sector
    How can NHS Digital/ NHS England help in the healthcare data challenge?
    The National Strategy for AI in Health and Social Care – progress to date and what to expect next?
    What system wide improvements are being worked on to centralise the right data?
    – What support is available for health and care organisations through their digital and AI journeys?

    • Dr. Simon Eccles, Chief Clinical Information Officer, NHS England/NHS Improvement

  • 09:45 - 10:10
    HEADLINER: Making a difference in the lives of patients and clinicians - the journey to precision health Dr. Junaid Bajwa, Chief Medical Scientist, Microsoft Plenary
    • Dr. Junaid Bajwa, Chief Medical Scientist, Microsoft

  • 10:10 - 10:35
    HEADLINER: Maximising our digital infrastructure to improve the quality and efficiency of care delivery: at scale Dr. Chris Bates, Director of Research and Analytics, TPP Plenary
    • Dr. Chris Bates, Director of Research and Analytics, TPP

  • 10:35 - 11:00
    HEADLINER: Taking advanced technology from code to clinic Dr. Alan Karthikesalingam, Senior Clinical Scientist, Google Health Plenary
    • Dr. Alan Karthikesalingam, Senior Clinical Scientist, Google Health

  • 11:00 - 11:40
    REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING
  • 11:40 - 12:40
    SESSION TWO
  • MAIN STAGE: PRACTICAL, REAL-WORLD AI USE CASES - Examining the potential to transform health and care delivery, challenges faced and lessons learnt to scale AI projects in the NHS
    • 11:40 - 12:00
      USE CASE: Wide scale deployment of AI in hospitals - from setting the strategy to adapting for organisational and technological change Haris Shuaib, Consultant Physicist, Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy’s and St.Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, AI Transformation Lead, AI Centre Plenary
      • Haris Shuaib, Consultant Physicist, Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy’s and St.Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, AI Transformation Lead, AI Centre

    • 12:00 - 12:20
      USE CASE: AI in mental health care: a way forward in times of crisis Ross O'Brien, Managing Director - UK and Europe, WYSA Plenary
      • Ross O'Brien, Managing Director - UK and Europe, WYSA

    • 12:20 - 12:40
      USE CASE: Enhancing automated voice cognitive assessment with multiple ASRs Nick Taptiklis, Head of Technology Strategy, Cambridge Cognition Plenary
      • Nick Taptiklis, Head of Technology Strategy, Cambridge Cognition

  • WORKSHOP 1: Join our hands-on workshops for practical exercises and to learn from leaders in the field
    • 11:40 - 12:40
      How to design and use insight led research to develop impactful digital health, against the backdrop of cultural challenges, changing societal and health trends in a pandemic world Amy Pratt, Senior Market Insights and Analytics Manager for Consumer Health, Philips Healthcare
      Laura Hunt, Business Director, InSites Consulting
      Workshop 1
      • How to bring together design thinking principles with primary research to create meaningful and impactful insights across different  impacted audiences
      • How to successfully collaborate on research programmes to create positive change for health outcomes and policy, positively impacting the quadruple aim
      • How health outcomes and the integration of digital health are influenced at the individual, collective and social level
      • Amy Pratt, Senior Market Insights and Analytics Manager for Consumer Health, Philips Healthcare

      • Laura Hunt, Business Director, InSites Consulting

  • CHALLENGE 1: For entrepreneurs with a shared passion to innovate and solve real-world challenges, to help integrate AI and data driven technologies into health and social care
    • 11:40 - 12:40
      What education and training are needed to develop confidence in AI amongst the workforce? Dr. Annabelle Painter, Clinical Fellow- AI & Workforce, HEE & NHS Transformation Directorate
      George Onisiforou, Research Manager, NHS AI Lab, NHS Transformation Directorate
      Dr. Dan Mullarkey, Medical Director, Skin Analytics

      The NHS AI Lab and Health Education England are working to identify requirements for knowledge, skills and capabilities to develop confidence in healthcare professionals to implement and use AI technologies. An initial report outlined a conceptual framework for understanding confidence in AI technologies and the actions policymakers, regulators, legal professionals and industry innovators can take to support this. In this session we will discuss this framework and how it can translate into educational pathways for the healthcare workforce.

      • Dr. Annabelle Painter, Clinical Fellow- AI & Workforce, HEE & NHS Transformation Directorate

      • George Onisiforou, Research Manager, NHS AI Lab, NHS Transformation Directorate

      • Dr. Dan Mullarkey, Medical Director, Skin Analytics

  • TABLE- TALK 1: 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
    • 11:40 - 12:40
      How can we use innovative technologies to deliver an Integrated Care System? Moderator: Dr. Chris Bates, Director of Research and Analytics, The Phoenix Partnership
      Participating speakers: Sid Singh, CCIO and Consultant Urologist, George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust
      Dr. Charlotte Harden, Deputy Director and COO, NIHR Leeds In Vitro Diagnostic Co-operative
      Ana Sofia Ferreira Ribeiro, AI Transformation Lead, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
      Nick Barlow, Director of Applied Digital Healthcare, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
      Farooq Ali, Digital Transformation Lead/ Senior Integration Architect, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
      Philip Luke, Director of Service Improvement, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
      Hesham Abdalla, Head of Quality Improvement, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
      Dr. Paul Singer, CCIO, Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes ICS
      Dr. Devesh Sinha, Lead Consultant Stroke Physician and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
      Tracey Marriott, Innovation Adoption Director, Oxford Academic Health Science Network
      Table Talk 1
      • What key challenges in the delivery of ICSs can innovative tech help to solve?
      • What examples do we already have of where innovative tech has supported the delivery of integrated care?
      • Were there any pitfalls and what learnings can be shared? 
      • How do we get the balance right between innovation and improving basic/foundational digital enablement?
      • Moderator: Dr. Chris Bates, Director of Research and Analytics, The Phoenix Partnership

      • Participating speakers: Sid Singh, CCIO and Consultant Urologist, George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust

      • Dr. Charlotte Harden, Deputy Director and COO, NIHR Leeds In Vitro Diagnostic Co-operative

      • Ana Sofia Ferreira Ribeiro, AI Transformation Lead, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

      • Nick Barlow, Director of Applied Digital Healthcare, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

      • Farooq Ali, Digital Transformation Lead/ Senior Integration Architect, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

      • Philip Luke, Director of Service Improvement, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

      • Hesham Abdalla, Head of Quality Improvement, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

      • Dr. Paul Singer, CCIO, Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes ICS

      • Dr. Devesh Sinha, Lead Consultant Stroke Physician and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust

      • Tracey Marriott, Innovation Adoption Director, Oxford Academic Health Science Network

  • 12:40 - 13:40
    LUNCH & NETWORKING
  • 13:40 - 14:40
    SESSION THREE
  • MAIN STAGE: Harnessing the benefits of AI in health and care
    • 13:40 - 14:00
      KEYNOTE: BSI update on standards for the validation of Artificial Intelligence for use within the health and care ecosystem Haider Husain, Panel Chair, BS 30440 Use of AI within Health & Care, British Standards Institution, Chief Operating Officer, Healthinnova
      Rob Turpin, Head of Healthcare, British Standards Institution
      Plenary
      • Haider Husain, Panel Chair, BS 30440 Use of AI within Health & Care, British Standards Institution, Chief Operating Officer, Healthinnova

      • Rob Turpin, Head of Healthcare, British Standards Institution

    • 14:00 - 14:20
      KEYNOTE: Use cases from active AI clinical evaluation projects at Guy’s Cancer Centre Danny Ruta, Clinical Artificial Intelligence Lead, Guy's Cancer Centre, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Plenary
      • Danny Ruta, Clinical Artificial Intelligence Lead, Guy's Cancer Centre, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

    • 14:20 - 14:50
      KEYNOTE: Understanding decision-making in diagnostic AI and its implications for clinician skills Dr. Allison Gardner, Director, Women Leading in AI and Senior Research Fellow, Keele University Plenary
      • Dr. Allison Gardner, Director, Women Leading in AI and Senior Research Fellow, Keele University

  • The NIHR Invention for Innovation Calls: Advice Clinic
    • 13:40 - 14:40
      The NIHR Invention for Innovation (i4i) Programme funds Research and Development of Medical Devices, In vitro Diagnostics and patient facing Digital Health Technologies (NICE Tier C) to support the pre-clinical and clinical development of medical technologies in areas of existing or emerging patient needs. This includes data-driven technologies based on AI and Machine Learning, wholly or in part. Dr. Helen Compton, Stakeholder Engagement Manager, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility
      Dr. Edwin Tucker, Senior Programme Manager, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility
      Dr. Andrew Cook, Consultant in Public Health Medicine and Fellow in Health Technology Assessment, University of Southampton
      Ian Newington, Head of Special Projects, National Institute for Health Research
      Ami Hodges, Senior Programme Manager, Innovation Programmes, NIHR
      Advice Clinic

      NIHR will be at Intelligent Health UK in April to answer any questions on the application process for the below upcoming calls:

      • i4i Product Development Award Call 24 opens for outline applications on March 23rd, deadline May 10th
      • i4i Challenge Call 14 (Real World Implementation) opens for outline applications on April 21st, deadline June 2nd
      • i4i Connect Call 6, offering up to £150k over 6-12 months to accelerate your R&D journey, opens for EoI March/April (dates TBC)
      • i4i Connect now opens March 30th for EoI with a 27th April deadline, full application deadline 8th June and outcomes mid-July
      • Dr. Helen Compton, Stakeholder Engagement Manager, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility

      • Dr. Edwin Tucker, Senior Programme Manager, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility

      • Dr. Andrew Cook, Consultant in Public Health Medicine and Fellow in Health Technology Assessment, University of Southampton

      • Ian Newington, Head of Special Projects, National Institute for Health Research

      • Ami Hodges, Senior Programme Manager, Innovation Programmes, NIHR

  • WORKSHOP 2: Join our hands-on workshops for practical exercises and to learn from leaders in the field
    • 13:40 - 14:40
      Working together with enterprises and clinicians to build tools and workflows that are compliant and scalable Kyle Giddens, CEO & Co-Founder, medcase health Workshop 2

      Today healthcare innovators are at the forefront of medical technology and treatments. Whether developing AI or medical devices to telehealth services, access to clinical expertise is at an all-time premium.

      In this workshop, find out how you can build scalable access to medical knowledge and expertise. From project or product feedback surveys to data labelling, we will discuss the use-cases and processes.

      • Kyle Giddens, CEO & Co-Founder, medcase health

  • CHALLENGE 2: For entrepreneurs with a shared passion to innovate and solve real-world challenges, to help integrate AI and data driven technologies into health and social care
    • 13:40 - 14:40
      How can we bring data and AI driven approaches to Primary Care? Omar Learbuch-Butt, Faculty – Market Access Specialist, National Association of Primary Care Challenge 2

      Health system adoption of innovation has always been a complicated process, the added complexity of this disruptive technology has compounded individuals typically mixed response to change. The National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) has employed a systematic approach to uncovering how we “can bring approaches to primary care”

      • We will start with assessing need
      • Then discuss Impact – all new innovation results is a change to the way people work and sometimes the clinical pathways
      • Are you using the right KPI’s to determine the value of your solution?
      • And finish with how we get scale of adoption
      • Omar Learbuch-Butt, Faculty – Market Access Specialist, National Association of Primary Care

  • WORKSHOP 2A: Join our hands-on workshops for practical exercises and to learn from leaders in the field
    • 13:40 - 14:50
      Streamlining triage and assessment with an AI chatbot for mental healthcare Dan Brown, Clinical Lead, Mind Matters NHS Talking Therapies
      Dr. Ross Harper, CEO & Co-Founder, Limbic
      Workshop 2

      This workshop is all about the utilisation of digital technology to improve access to mental health services. Hear from NHS and Limbic about their joint venture in creating an e-triage access point for IAPT, understand how to make digital technology work for patients as they move along the care pathway and discuss the digital front door future of the mental health ecosystem. 

      • Find out what a digital access point is and the practicalities of embedding one in a MH service
      • Understand what makes a good patient experience – from lowering barriers to access to methods for boosting engagement and service satisfaction
      • Pinpoint the efficiencies that a digital front door can bring to your service and how these efficiencies can be realised
      • Get hands on with the product – learn from an NHS Trust about their experiences with an e-triage solution and test it out for yourself
      • Dive into the data to date – what patients really think, how they use it and the actual savings seen by an NHS service
      • Learn about the best practices for making a digital front door to local mental healthcare services
      • Dan Brown, Clinical Lead, Mind Matters NHS Talking Therapies

      • Dr. Ross Harper, CEO & Co-Founder, Limbic

  • 14:50 - 15:50
    SESSION FOUR
  • MAIN STAGE: PRACTICAL, REAL-WORLD AI USE CASES
    • 14:50 - 15:10
      KEYNOTE: Covid’s aftermath – how can AI help to treat the undiagnosed and reduce the elective backlog? Eleonora Harwich, Head of Collaborations, NHS AI Lab Plenary
      • Eleonora Harwich, Head of Collaborations, NHS AI Lab

    • 15:10 - 15:30
      USE CASE: Using structured data and unstructured clinical notes for the early prediction and diagnosis of sepsis and the critical success factors for clinical adoption Bruno Campos, Head of Information Systems, Hospital da Luz
      Dr. João Pedro Colaço, Intensive Care and Internal Medicine Consultant, Hospital da Luz
      Plenary
      • Bruno Campos, Head of Information Systems, Hospital da Luz

      • Dr. João Pedro Colaço, Intensive Care and Internal Medicine Consultant, Hospital da Luz

    • 15:30 - 15:50
      USE CASE: The efficient use of Graph Neural Networks for a range of use cases in biomedical AI: A Review and Case Study Tom Wilson, VP of Product Management and Business Development, Graphcore Plenary
      • Tom Wilson, VP of Product Management and Business Development, Graphcore

  • The NIHR Invention for Innovation Calls: Advice Clinic
    • 14:50 - 15:50
      The NIHR Invention for Innovation (i4i) Programme funds Research and Development of Medical Devices, In vitro Diagnostics and patient facing Digital Health Technologies (NICE Tier C) to support the pre-clinical and clinical development of medical technologies in areas of existing or emerging patient needs. This includes data-driven technologies based on AI and Machine Learning, wholly or in part. Dr. Helen Compton, Stakeholder Engagement Manager, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility
      Dr. Edwin Tucker, Senior Programme Manager, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility
      Dr. Andrew Cook, Consultant in Public Health Medicine and Fellow in Health Technology Assessment, University of Southampton
      Ian Newington, Head of Special Projects, National Institute for Health Research
      Ami Hodges, Senior Programme Manager, Innovation Programmes, NIHR
      Advice Clinic

      NIHR will be at Intelligent Health UK in April to answer any questions on the application process for the below upcoming calls:

      • i4i Product Development Award Call 24 opens for outline applications on March 23rd, deadline May 10th
      • i4i Challenge Call 14 (Real World Implementation) opens for outline applications on April 21st, deadline June 2nd
      • i4i Connect Call 6, offering up to £150k over 6-12 months to accelerate your R&D journey, opens for EoI March/April (dates TBC)
      • i4i Connect now opens March 30th for EoI with a 27th April deadline, full application deadline 8th June and outcomes mid-July
      • Dr. Helen Compton, Stakeholder Engagement Manager, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility

      • Dr. Edwin Tucker, Senior Programme Manager, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility

      • Dr. Andrew Cook, Consultant in Public Health Medicine and Fellow in Health Technology Assessment, University of Southampton

      • Ian Newington, Head of Special Projects, National Institute for Health Research

      • Ami Hodges, Senior Programme Manager, Innovation Programmes, NIHR

  • WORKSHOP 3: Join our hands-on workshops for practical exercises and to learn from leaders in the field
    • 14:50 - 15:50
      High-performance AI tools in Digital Pathology – How to bridge the gap between the clinical need and the technical capability Prof. David Harrison, School of Medicine – Professor, Sir James Mackenzie Institute for Early Diagnosis - Cellular Medicine Division, University of St. Andrews
      Dr. Peter Caie, Principal Scientist – Deep Learning & Computational Pathology, Indica Labs
      Katie McKinley, Director, Clinical Applications Americas & Europe, Indica Labs
      Workshop 3

      Approximately 95% of clinical pathways rely on access to pathology services. The demand for diagnostic pathology services is continuously increasing, outpacing the supply of qualified pathologists. This adds a significant burden of requiring pathologists to produce more output, without compromising patient care.

      In this workshop we will discuss how Indica Labs delivers innovation in digital pathology and Artificial Intelligence by bringing together the “triple helix” of clinicians, academics, and industry to develop automated tools to alleviate the current burdens of increasing workload, while simultaneously improving patient care.

      • Prof. David Harrison, School of Medicine – Professor, Sir James Mackenzie Institute for Early Diagnosis - Cellular Medicine Division, University of St. Andrews

      • Dr. Peter Caie, Principal Scientist – Deep Learning & Computational Pathology, Indica Labs

      • Katie McKinley, Director, Clinical Applications Americas & Europe, Indica Labs

  • CHALLENGE 3: For entrepreneurs with a shared passion to innovate, by solving real-world challenges to help integrate AI and data driven technologies into health and social care
    • 14:50 - 15:50
      How can we accelerate deployment of AI to support the workforce? Haris Shuaib, Consultant Physicist, Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy’s and St.Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, AI Transformation Lead, AI Centre
      Yasmin Stinchcombe, NHS Navigator, DigitalHealth.London
      Dr. Eduardo Normando, Clinician Scientist, Senior Lecturer, Imperial College London and Consultant Ophthalmologist, Western Eye and Charing Cross hospitals
      Dr. Sarah Khavandi, AI Research Clinician, Ufonia
      Dr. Sunil Daga, Consultant Nephrologist and Transplant Physician, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
      Karine Deville, Market Access Manager, Cibiltech
      Dan Brown, Clinical Lead, Mind Matters NHS Talking Therapies
      Dr. Ross Harper, CEO & Co-Founder, Limbic
      Challenge 3

      Five-minute presentations from AI companies currently supporting NHS organisations followed by a discussion on implementing AI and the support available – debating questions such as:

      • How can we drive forward early adoption of AI to support health and care?
      • How can NHS organisations foster and sustain a culture of innovation to accelerate digital transformation?
      • What can AI companies do to ensure their products/services fulfil the needs of an NHS organisation?
      • Haris Shuaib, Consultant Physicist, Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy’s and St.Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, AI Transformation Lead, AI Centre

      • Yasmin Stinchcombe, NHS Navigator, DigitalHealth.London

      • Dr. Eduardo Normando, Clinician Scientist, Senior Lecturer, Imperial College London and Consultant Ophthalmologist, Western Eye and Charing Cross hospitals

      • Dr. Sarah Khavandi, AI Research Clinician, Ufonia

      • Dr. Sunil Daga, Consultant Nephrologist and Transplant Physician, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

      • Karine Deville, Market Access Manager, Cibiltech

      • Dan Brown, Clinical Lead, Mind Matters NHS Talking Therapies

      • Dr. Ross Harper, CEO & Co-Founder, Limbic

  • 14:50 - 15:50
    How can technology and AI be used to improve population health and reduce health inequalities?

    How can we encourage approaches to innovation that are informed by the health needs of underserved minority ethnic communities and/or are bottom-up in nature?
    What can we learn from existing initiatives that seek to address inequalities in access to digital skills and infrastructure?

    How can you design actually diverse and proportionate data?
    What steps can we take to prevent digital technologies entrenching or widening health inequalities? Challenge:

    How do we embed “diversity and proportionality” by design principles when building AI products, ensuring that “no-one is left behind”?

  • 15:50 - 16:10
    REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING
  • 16:10 - 17:10
    SESSION FIVE
  • 16:10 - 16:35
    CLOSING HEADLINER How can AI, focusing on productivity, capacity and patient outcomes, create a revolution towards precision health? Prof. Dr. Mathias Goyen, Chief Medical Officer – EMEA, GE Healthcare Plenary
    • Prof. Dr. Mathias Goyen, Chief Medical Officer – EMEA, GE Healthcare

  • 16:35 - 17:10
    PANEL DISCUSSION Where are the challenges and opportunities for physicians to use AI, for data driven thinking and adoption in hospitals Professor Sally Collins, Consultant Obstetrician and Subspecialist in Maternal and Fetal Medicine, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    Dr. James Reed, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist & CCIO, Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS FT
    Dr. Devesh Sinha, Lead Consultant Stroke Physician and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
    Dr. Lia Ali, Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Advisor, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and NHS Transformation Directorate
    Moderator: Dr. Amrita Kumar, Consultant Radiologist & AI Clinical Lead, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
    Plenary
    • Professor Sally Collins, Consultant Obstetrician and Subspecialist in Maternal and Fetal Medicine, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

    • Dr. James Reed, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist & CCIO, Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS FT

    • Dr. Devesh Sinha, Lead Consultant Stroke Physician and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust

    • Dr. Lia Ali, Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Advisor, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and NHS Transformation Directorate

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

  • 17:10 - 17:40
    PANEL DISCUSSION How can digital technology and AI help deliver the women’s health strategy? Dame Lesley Regan, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Imperial College London
    Pahini Pandya, CEO & Co-Founder, Panakeia Technologies
    Shardi Nahavandi, CEO and Founder, Tuune
    Dr. Natalie Nunes, Consultant Obstetrician Gynaecologist, Chelsea Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    Moderator: Jenny Thomas, Programme Director, DigitalHealth.London
    Plenary
    • What role do you think technology has in delivering the women’s health strategy?
    • Can you see the potential of AI in delivering women’s health services on the ground? 
    • How can your innovation support the strategy? 
    • Does AI take women into account?
    • Dame Lesley Regan, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Imperial College London

    • Pahini Pandya, CEO & Co-Founder, Panakeia Technologies

    • Shardi Nahavandi, CEO and Founder, Tuune

    • Dr. Natalie Nunes, Consultant Obstetrician Gynaecologist, Chelsea Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

    • Moderator: Jenny Thomas, Programme Director, DigitalHealth.London

  • 17:40 - 17:45
    CLOSE OF DAY ONE
  • Thursday 07th
  • 07:30 - 09:00
    REGISTRATION
  • 09:00 - 11:00
    SESSION ONE
  • 09:00 - 09:10
    WELCOME Inspired Minds Sarah Porter, CEO and Founder, Inspired Minds, UN Advisor, LAWS Plenary
    • Sarah Porter, CEO and Founder, Inspired Minds, UN Advisor, LAWS

  • 09:10 - 09:15
    WELCOME and chairperson’s opening remarks Dr. Smitha Mundasad, Broadcast Journalist, BBC Plenary
    • Dr. Smitha Mundasad, Broadcast Journalist, BBC

  • 09:15 - 09:40
    IN-CONVERSATION: A Shot in the Arm: How science, engineering and supply chain converged to vaccinate the world Professor Yossi Sheffi, Director, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, Professor, MIT Institute of Data Science and Society, MIT
    Interviewer: Dr. Martin Christopher, Emeritus Professor, Cranfield School of Management
    Plenary
    • Professor Yossi Sheffi, Director, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, Professor, MIT Institute of Data Science and Society, MIT

    • Interviewer: Dr. Martin Christopher, Emeritus Professor, Cranfield School of Management

  • 09:40 - 10:05
    HEADLINER Comprehensive AI systems in medical imaging. Rethinking how we solve the radiology capacity shortage Dr. Aengus Tran, Co-Founder and Clinical AI Director, annalise.ai Plenary
    • Dr. Aengus Tran, Co-Founder and Clinical AI Director, annalise.ai

  • 10:05 - 10:45
    PANEL DISCUSSION: Making digital and AI transformation work for the hospital and care leadership team: lessons on our journey Dr. Felice Burn, Clinical Artificial Intelligence Lead, Kantonsspital Aarau AG
    Nick Barlow, Director of Applied Digital Healthcare, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
    Dr. Charlotte Harden, Deputy Director and COO, NIHR Leeds In Vitro Diagnostic Co-operative
    Moderator: Masood Ahmed, Chief Medical Officer and CCIO, NHS Black Country and West Birmingham CCG, Chief Digital Officer, West Midlands Academic Health Science Network, part of the AHSN Network
    Plenary

    – Post pandemic recovery and lessons learnt on AI and digital transformation
      Challenges of creating a digital and AI skilled workforce
      Overcoming the barriers for joining up health and care using AI
      Clinical engagement, the key to success in AI

    • Dr. Felice Burn, Clinical Artificial Intelligence Lead, Kantonsspital Aarau AG

    • Nick Barlow, Director of Applied Digital Healthcare, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

    • Dr. Charlotte Harden, Deputy Director and COO, NIHR Leeds In Vitro Diagnostic Co-operative

    • Moderator: Masood Ahmed, Chief Medical Officer and CCIO, NHS Black Country and West Birmingham CCG, Chief Digital Officer, West Midlands Academic Health Science Network, part of the AHSN Network

  • 10:45 - 11:05
    KEYNOTE: AI for lung cancer - suspicious nodule detection on chest x-rays for early diagnosis Nipun Jain, Director of Medical IT & Data Enablement, International region, AstraZeneca Plenary
    • Nipun Jain, Director of Medical IT & Data Enablement, International region, AstraZeneca

  • 11:05 - 11:40
    REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING - Book signing for ‘A Shot in the Arm: How science, engineering and supply chain converged to vaccinate the world’ Professor Yossi Sheffi, Director, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, Professor, MIT Institute of Data Science and Society, MIT
    • Professor Yossi Sheffi, Director, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, Professor, MIT Institute of Data Science and Society, MIT

  • 11:40 - 12:40
    SESSION TWO
  • MAIN STAGE: PRACTICAL, REAL-WORLD AI USE CASES Examining the potential to transform care delivery, challenges faced and lessons learnt to scale AI projects in the NHS
    • 11:40 - 12:00
      USE CASE: How to use deep learning in medical image interpretation to improve patient outcomes? Dr. Struan Wilkie, Consultant Radiologist, Clinical Lead for RIS/PACS, UCD DGH Medicine and Unscheduled Care, NHS Grampian Plenary
      • Dr. Struan Wilkie, Consultant Radiologist, Clinical Lead for RIS/PACS, UCD DGH Medicine and Unscheduled Care, NHS Grampian

    • 12:00 - 12:20
      USE CASE: STANDING together - developing standards for datasets underpinning AI systems so they are diverse, inclusive and can work across all demographic groups Professor Alastair Denniston, Consultant Ophthalmologist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
      Dr. Xiaoxuan Liu, Clinical researcher, University of Birmingham and University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
      Plenary
      • Professor Alastair Denniston, Consultant Ophthalmologist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

      • Dr. Xiaoxuan Liu, Clinical researcher, University of Birmingham and University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

    • 12:20 - 12:40
      USE CASE: Pioneering the next generation of drug discovery for rare diseases Dr. Tim Guilliams, CEO and Co-Founder, Healx Plenary
      • The patient inspiration behind Healx and the problems we’re trying to solve
      • How we’re using technology (AI and NLP) and data to overcome the challenges of traditional drug discovery and operate with scale, speed and success
      • How we’re planning for our first clinical trial in 2022
      • Dr. Tim Guilliams, CEO and Co-Founder, Healx

  • WORKSHOP 4: Join our hands-on workshops for practical exercises and to learn from leaders in the field
    • 11:40 - 12:40
      AI – Does your Trust need it? Here’s how to get it right the first time Dr. Amrita Kumar, Consultant Radiologist & AI Clinical Lead, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
      Dr. Garry Pettet, Consultant Radiologist, Medica
      Dr. Hugh Harvey, Managing Director, Hardian Health
      Mathew Watt, Senior Programme Manager, NHS AI Lab
      Dr. Emma Hughes, Senior Manager, Innovation Research and Life Sciences, NHS England and NHS Improvement
      Workshop 4
      • How can AI help solve healthcare delivery challenges?
      • How do I choose the right solution for my clinical problem?  
      • How to adopt AI in clinical practice? (stakeholders, IG etc)  
      • How to evaluate and procure AI?(RoI, procurement, PMS) 
      • Dr. Amrita Kumar, Consultant Radiologist & AI Clinical Lead, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust

      • Dr. Garry Pettet, Consultant Radiologist, Medica

      • Dr. Hugh Harvey, Managing Director, Hardian Health

      • Mathew Watt, Senior Programme Manager, NHS AI Lab

      • Dr. Emma Hughes, Senior Manager, Innovation Research and Life Sciences, NHS England and NHS Improvement

  • CHALLENGE 4: For entrepreneurs with a shared passion to innovate, by solving real-world challenges to help integrate AI and data driven technologies into health and social care
    • 11:40 - 12:40
      Bringing in the ‘not so loud’ voices of social care: How can we use AI to make personalised, integrated care, become a reality? Ian Newington, Head of Special Projects, National Institute for Health Research
      Louis Holmes, Senior Policy Officer, Care England
      Ellen Coughlan, Programme Manager - Analytical Capability, The Health Foundation
      Jenna Collins, Programme Manager, The Health Foundation
      Abby Vella, Digital Lead, West Midlands Association of Directors of Adult Social Services
      Challenge 4

      – 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
      • What can we do to encourage more focus and investment in social care technology?
      • Ian Newington, Head of Special Projects, National Institute for Health Research

      • Louis Holmes, Senior Policy Officer, Care England

      • Ellen Coughlan, Programme Manager - Analytical Capability, The Health Foundation

      • Jenna Collins, Programme Manager, The Health Foundation

      • Abby Vella, Digital Lead, West Midlands Association of Directors of Adult Social Services

  • TABLE-TALK 4: 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
    • 11:40 - 12:40
      Harnessing digital health technologies to support the NHS and improve patient outcomes Moderator: Andrew Huxter, VP Northern Europe & Growth Markets EMEA, ResMed
      Participating speakers: Andrew Davies, Digital Health Lead, Association of British HealthTech Industries
      Professor Nicholas Peters, Cardiologist, Imperial College London
      Harriet Unsworth, Technical Adviser, Office for Digital Health, NICE
      Layla McCay, Director of Policy, NHS Confederation
      Isabel Stevens, Deputy Director – Strategy, Department for Health & Social Care
      Clíodhna Ní Ghuidhir, Principal Scientific Adviser, Head of AI Multi-Agency Advice Service Secretariat, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
      Josh Keith, Senior Fellow, The Health Foundation
      Dr Colin Wilson, Deputy Director, Innovation and Growth, Office for Life Sciences
      Petra Wilson, Co Founder and Managing Director, Health Connect Partners
      Table-Talk 4
      • The discussion will begin by ResMed presenting its value proposition to the NHS and briefly reflecting on how the pandemic has accelerated the use of digital innovations
      • The session will then explore how integrating digital healthcare technologies into clinical pathways, including through remote monitoring tools, can support the NHS’ current priorities, focusing on: clinical and innovation commitments within the NHS Long Term Plan; the elective care recovery; workforce; sustainability; healthcare inequalities
      • The session will conclude by discussing practical challenges around implementation and the next steps and incentives needed to ensure that progress is sustained and expanded upon post-pandemic. There will also be the opportunity for participants to share any best practice or useful case studies
      • Moderator: Andrew Huxter, VP Northern Europe & Growth Markets EMEA, ResMed

      • Participating speakers: Andrew Davies, Digital Health Lead, Association of British HealthTech Industries

      • Professor Nicholas Peters, Cardiologist, Imperial College London

      • Harriet Unsworth, Technical Adviser, Office for Digital Health, NICE

      • Layla McCay, Director of Policy, NHS Confederation

      • Isabel Stevens, Deputy Director – Strategy, Department for Health & Social Care

      • Clíodhna Ní Ghuidhir, Principal Scientific Adviser, Head of AI Multi-Agency Advice Service Secretariat, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

      • Josh Keith, Senior Fellow, The Health Foundation

      • Dr Colin Wilson, Deputy Director, Innovation and Growth, Office for Life Sciences

      • Petra Wilson, Co Founder and Managing Director, Health Connect Partners

  • 12:40 - 13:40
    LUNCH & NETWORKING
  • 13:40 - 14:40
    SESSION THREE
  • MAIN STAGE: Harnessing the benefits of AI in health and care
    • 13:40 - 14:00
      USE CASE: How we connected Artificial Intelligence to all GP Practices and Acute Trusts across South West London within 3 months Tirath Bansal, CEO and Founder, myOrb Plenary
      • Tirath Bansal, CEO and Founder, myOrb

    • 14:00 - 14:20
      KEYNOTE: How data powers the new era of digital transformation in healthcare Dr. Carlos Nunez, Chief Medical Officer, ResMed Plenary
      • Dr. Carlos Nunez, Chief Medical Officer, ResMed

    • 14:20 - 14:50
      IN-CONVERSATION Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgement Professor Daniel Kahneman, Nobel Laureate, Psychologist, Behavioral Economist and Best-Selling Author of 'Thinking, Fast and Slow' (remote speaker)
      Interviewer: Dr. Abeyna Bubbers-Jones, Consultant Occupational Health Physician and Founder, Medic Footprints
      Plenary
      • Professor Daniel Kahneman, Nobel Laureate, Psychologist, Behavioral Economist and Best-Selling Author of 'Thinking, Fast and Slow' (remote speaker)

      • Interviewer: Dr. Abeyna Bubbers-Jones, Consultant Occupational Health Physician and Founder, Medic Footprints

  • CHALLENGE 5: For entrepreneurs with a shared passion to innovate, by solving real-world challenges to help integrate AI and data driven technologies into health and social care
    • 13:40 - 14:50
      Building international AI platforms for development and deployment at scale Haris Shuaib, Consultant Physicist, Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy’s and St.Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, AI Transformation Lead, AI Centre
      Lucy O’Neill, AI Centre Manager and Head of AI Programmes, Guy's and St Thomas'​ NHS Foundation Trust
      Dr. Jorge Cardoso, Reader in Artificial Medical Intelligence, King’s College London, CTO, AI Centre
      Klaus Boehncke, Partner, L.E.K. Consulting
      Challenge 5
      • Key technical and non-technical challenges to developing and deploying AI at scale in clinical settings
      • Trust vs ICS vs NHSE: the operational responsibility for AI platforms and impact on outcomes and finances
      • Incubator-as-a-service: the role of the NHS in AI development and deployment
      • Striking a balance between clinical care, R&D, and commercial opportunity
      • Haris Shuaib, Consultant Physicist, Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy’s and St.Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, AI Transformation Lead, AI Centre

      • Lucy O’Neill, AI Centre Manager and Head of AI Programmes, Guy's and St Thomas'​ NHS Foundation Trust

      • Dr. Jorge Cardoso, Reader in Artificial Medical Intelligence, King’s College London, CTO, AI Centre

      • Klaus Boehncke, Partner, L.E.K. Consulting

  • 14:50 - 15:50
    SESSION FOUR
  • MAIN STAGE: PRACTICAL, REAL-WORLD AI USE CASES Examining the potential to transform care delivery, challenges faced and lessons learnt to scale AI projects in the NHS
    • 14:50 - 15:10
      USE CASE: Using data to make a difference: A frontline perspective Dr. Matt Curtis, Clinical Advisor, TPP and GP, Modality Partnership Plenary
      • Dr. Matt Curtis, Clinical Advisor, TPP and GP, Modality Partnership

    • 15:10 - 15:30
      USE CASE: CURIAL - Rapid Screening for COVID-19 in Emergency Departments Dr. Andrew Soltan, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow (Cardiology), Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Clinical Machine Learning Researcher, University of Oxford Plenary
      • Dr. Andrew Soltan, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow (Cardiology), Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Clinical Machine Learning Researcher, University of Oxford

    • 15:30 - 15:50
      USE CASE: Going from code to clinic - breakthroughs in developing an AI system to spot serious eye conditions Professor Pearse Keane, Professor of Artificial Medical Intelligence, Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London Plenary
      • Professor Pearse Keane, Professor of Artificial Medical Intelligence, Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London

  • CHALLENGE 6: For entrepreneurs with a shared passion to innovate, by solving real-world challenges to help integrate AI and data driven technologies into health and social care
    • 14:50 - 15:50
      AI in the wild: exploring real world monitoring of AI systems Clíodhna Ní Ghuidhir, Principal Scientific Adviser, Head of AI Multi-Agency Advice Service Secretariat, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
      Dr. Allison Gardner, Director, Women Leading in AI and Senior Research Fellow, Keele University
      Harriet Unsworth,Technical Advisor, Office for Digital Health, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
      Bernice Dillon, Technical Adviser ( Evaluations), National Institute for Health and Care
      Challenge 6
      • The changing world – Why we need to think about real world monitoring of AI systems
      •   How are AI systems currently monitored for ethical, safe and effective use post-deployment?
      • Calls to Action: Introducing the Multi-Agency Advisory Service and the NICE Evidence Standards Framework and how you can get involved
      • Clíodhna Ní Ghuidhir, Principal Scientific Adviser, Head of AI Multi-Agency Advice Service Secretariat, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

      • Dr. Allison Gardner, Director, Women Leading in AI and Senior Research Fellow, Keele University

      • Harriet Unsworth,Technical Advisor, Office for Digital Health, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

      • Bernice Dillon, Technical Adviser ( Evaluations), National Institute for Health and Care

  • 15:50 - 16:10
    REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING Book giveaway for ‘Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgement’ Professor Daniel Kahneman, Nobel Laureate, Psychologist, Behavioral Economist and Best-Selling Author of 'Thinking, Fast and Slow' (remote speaker)
    • Professor Daniel Kahneman, Nobel Laureate, Psychologist, Behavioral Economist and Best-Selling Author of 'Thinking, Fast and Slow' (remote speaker)

  • 16:10 - 17:10
    SESSION FIVE
  • 16:10 - 16:35
    CLOSING HEADLINER: How machine learning and real-world data illuminate and address inequities in healthcare Catherine Miller, Vice President, Software Engineering, Flatiron Health Plenary
    • Catherine Miller, Vice President, Software Engineering, Flatiron Health

  • 16:35 - 17:00
    CLOSING HEADLINER: Consumer empowerment – testing a consumer-first model in everyday healthcare Dr. Sunir Gohil, Principal Data Scientist - R&D, GSK Consumer Healthcare, GSK Plenary
    • Dr. Sunir Gohil, Principal Data Scientist - R&D, GSK Consumer Healthcare, GSK

  • 17:00 - 17:05
    CLOSE OF INTELLIGENT HEALTH UK