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Health 4.0

The Health 4.0 theatre is designed to inspire new ways of thinking about and solving the problems facing health today. Featuring global innovators and thought leaders, our aim is to cover the most advanced digital innovations, business models and health strategies fit for the future.

WHICH PASS?

This is a paid track and is available to holders of the following pass types – One and Two Day Conference Pass, Expo Gold Pass.

Academic, NHS and charitable discounts are available – please email info@edpltd.co.uk for further information

Themes: Enterprise IT & Wearables, Workplace, Data, Security Threats, Self-Driving Trucks, Connected Cars
9:30am
Welcome Address and Thanks
Speaker:

Shafi Ahmed, CMO, Medical Realities

9:35am
Where are we heading?
Speaker:

Patricia Hewitt, Former Secretary of State for Health, Parliament


9:55am
A new approach to personalizing treatment in chronic neurodisability
Speaker:

Professor Paramala Santosh, CEO, HealthTracker


10:15am
Delivering the best of Digital Health
De Montfort University has established a new Digital Health and Care Unit within the school of Health and Life Sciences to address many of the frustrations experienced by patients, clinicians and digital health companies at the pace of access to, and thus benefit from, emerging technologies.
Starting in 2018 the Unit set out to establish partnerships with local clinicians and digital health companies to answer real clinical and social needs with technologies that are ready for use in the UK, but not deployed.
This partnership is bearing fruit for patients, clinicians, digital health companies and the university and the team will share some early results. They will share with you their approach and encourage clinicians, digital health companies and patients to get involved and derive real benefit from these technologies.
Panelist:

Professor Rishabh Prasad, Honorary Professor of Digital Medicine, De Montfort University

Barnaby Poulton, UK MD, Docly

Bertha Ochieng, Professor Health & Social Care, De Montfort University

Jeremy Cummin, Honorary Professor of Digital Medicine, De Montfort University

10:55am
Virtual reality and the changing face of surgery
Speaker:

Shafi Ahmed, CMO, Medical Realities

11.20am Networking break
11:35am
How Hearables Are Going to Revolutionize Healthcare
Hearables are set to revolutionize the healthcare industry. With exciting new product innovations typically found in medical devices to new consumer engagement models, hearables will drive a new movement towards affordable and accessible healthcare. Find out about which healthcare segments are most threatened and deep dive into the disruption facing the hearing healthcare market.
Speaker

David Cannington, CMO & Co Founder, Nuheara

12:00PM
How apps are changing the face of healthcare
Panelist:

Michael Mulllane, Innovation Lead, National Institute for Health Research

Sohaib Imtiaz, Digital Innovation Director , British Society of Lifestyle Medicine

Michael Morgan-Curran, Commercial and Clinical Development Officer, MyCognition Ltd

Speaker:

Liz Ashall-Payne, CEO, ORCHA

Kai Gait, Global Digital Director, GSK

12:35PM
Asynchronous Models of Care: Our Journey so Far with i-GP
The digital healthcare market is set to be worth over $500 billion by 2025 but adoption and awareness of service has still been relatively slow despite the massive uptake of smartphone technology.
We discuss the “asynchronous care” model which we have developed at i-GP, the differences over conventional telehealth services and the evidence for major potential cost savings both to the NHS and worldwide in standardising the quality of care offered in a Scalable way.
Speaker:

Dr Noorpuri, Founder and CEO, i-GP

1.00pm Lunch
2:00pm
Wearable Technology which Keeps People Healthy
How the data collated from wearable products can be utilised to make tangible, measurable benefits to people's lives.
Speaker:

Anmol Sood, CEO, Equivital

2:30pm
How AI is being used to treat cancer
panelist:

Torath Ameen, CEO, BIOP AI

Speaker:

Charlotte Moser, VP, Clinical Pathway

Dr Jack Kreindler, Medical Director, CFHP

3:15pm
Digital Continuous Care – Wearable Technology that Healthcare Can Capitalize On
Utilization of new technology disrupts the paradigm of many ecosystems and is often resisted in Healthcare. However, when a natural evolution of technology is incorporated into an existing organization, the innovations outpace the disruptive effects while encouraging widespread acclimation. Digital Continuous Care incorporates modern wearable medical technologies and enables reliable patient continuous supervision as a natural evolution of medical monitoring. The combination of AI’s predictive power with the convenience of comfortable wearable medical devices can be fine-tuned with existing healthcare ecosystems. Harnessing Digital Continuous Care will improve patient life style, quality of care, while reducing risk and overall costs.
Speaker:

Leon Eisen, Founder & CEO, Oxitone

3:45pm
Trends that lead to better patient outcomes
Speaker:

Darlene Arbeit, Chief Operating Officer, AliveSciences

4.10pm Closing Remarks
Themes: Future Of, Smart Citizens, Smart Glasses, Personal Data, Wearable Data, Insurers, Connectivity & Infotainment,
9:30am
Welcome address and thanks

Michael Sawh, Editor, Wareable

9:40am
Opening Keynote
Speaker:

Matt Hancock, SofS Health, Parliament

10:15am
Will Blockchain Really Transform Healthcare?
Following the rise (and fall) of Bitcoin, there is a lot of hype around Blockchain technology and it’s potential to improve efficiency whilst protecting privacy. Within the healthcare sector in particular, where the need for cost-management and transformation is so great, is it feasible to leapfrog electronic health records and migrate straight to a Blockchain solution? This session bring together a panel of experts, across provider, payer, physician and patient perspectives, to highlight the critical challenges facing healthcare systems globally and illustrate how solutions like blockchain can be brought to bear.
Chair:

Dr. Anushka Patchava, Population Health Solutions & UN/CEFACT Expert Advisor (AI & Blockchain in Healthcare), Aetna & United Nations

Panellist:

Dr Stewart Southey, Consultant Anaesthetist & Founder, Catena Consulting

Dr. Amit Patel, Head of New Ventures, BUPA Healthcare

Mr. Ahmed Abdulla, Founder, DigiPharm

Miss Natalie Furness, Committee Member, All Party Parliamentary

Dr Skye Hodson, Digital Strategist, Syneos Health

10:55am
Using innovation to empower patient care
Speaker:

Prof Jeremy Kirk, Clinical Director & Research and Innovation Director Birmingham Children's Hospital, NIHR Clinical Research Network & Birmingham Children's Hospital

11.15am Networking break
11:30am
Creating a personalised medicine market, the potentials and perils of connected devices
Speaker:

Dr Alex Artyomenko, Head or RWE, Ergomed PLC

Loy Lobo, President, Digital Health Council, Royal Society of Medicine

Rune Bech, Co Founder, Liva Healthcare

Panellist:

Julian Nesbitt, CEO, Dr Julian

12:00am
Digital Transformation - Visibility and compliance in a transitional World
Our global healthcare systems must transition to sustainable, digitally enabled models that are suitable to address the challenges of 21stcentury living: unprecedented levels of chronic disease and an ageing population. In parallel, organisations are increasingly seeking to embrace digital technology; so called digital transformation. This presentation will illustrate the differences between the adoption of digitally-enabled healthcare and digital transformation. It will also explore how the healthcare market may transition.
Speaker:

Steven Dodsworth, CEO, D Health

12:40pm
Digital Behaviours – Bad Habits or Opportunities
Lifestyle related conditions such as obesity, diabetes and cancer are the major cause of morbidity in the developed world. Wearable devices and digital technologies which monitor our physical activities and an increasing number of key medical parameters offer the promise of shaping our behaviours and tackling some of the bad habits such as sedentary lifestyles. This presentation examines the pros and cons of wearable technologies, their likely developments and whether these present an opportunity or a threat to human wellbeing.
Speaker:

David Wortley, VP , ISDM

1.00pm Lunch
2:00pm
Fit for the Future: Developing Digital Transformation in the NHS
Speaker:

Andrew Payne, Digital Transformation Partner, NHS

2:30pm
The science of the mind and sleep
Global futurists discussing the delivery of the impact of digital health and what we need to implement for the future
Panelist:

Sophie Bostock, Innovation Lead, Sleepio

Speaker:

Thomas Dannhauser, Consultant Psychiatrist - Neuroscientist - Health Entrepreneur, SmartStart Mind

Colin Thomas, National Clinical Lead Physiologist, BMI Healthcare

3:00pm
Sponsored TBA
Global futurists discussing the delivery of the impact of digital health and what we need to implement for the future
Panelist:

Sophie Bostock, Innovation Lead, Sleepio

3:20pm
Enabling the spread of digital innovation: real-world insight from the NHS Innovation Accelerator
Understanding how and why the NHS adopts innovation’ is a new research report from the NHS Innovation Accelerator which captures real-world insight and learning from pioneering NHS sites which have successfully implemented innovations ranging from digital to patient safety devices to models of care. This interactive session will share research findings and case studies, aiding understanding of adoption and the enabling factors which support the uptake and embedding of innovation in the NHS, alongside top tips for innovators and adopter sites.
Speakers:

Laura Boyd, Deputy Director, NHS Accelerator

Tom Whicher, CEO & Co-Founder, DrDoctor

Melissa Morris, CEO & Co-Founder, Lantum

3:45pm
Digitally Enabled Primary Care
The NHS long term plan has a strong focus on digitalisation of primary care. We will share the experience of 5 years delivering digital primary care in Sweden - what it means to patients and clinicians working in a digital service.
Speaker:

Barnaby Poulton, Uk MD, Docly

4.10pm Closing Remarks


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