Healthcare Innovation Agenda

08:30

KEYNOTE SESSION: THE STAGE IS SET FOR HEALTHCARE INNOVATION AND REFORM

09:00

09:10

  • Unpack the 2019 Budget and its impact on healthcare in New South Wales 
  • Review the development and direction of primary healthcare delivery for mental health and youth health in New South Wales  
  • Create a favourable regulatory environment for reform, funding, transformation and digitalisation 

09:40

  • Address global challenges such as demographic trends, social inequalities, personal lifestyles, chronic disease trends and current unsustainable models of health and social care 
  • Introduce solutions from England and its National Health Service including National legislation and policy, tobacco advertising, and the NHS Long-Term Plan 
  • Support innovation with lessons learned from local case studies including the Social Prescribing GP Practice, supporting carers and those living with dementia through tech, and Academic Health Science Network’s ‘cracking the code of spreading innovations faster’  

10:20

10:30

DRIVING CHANGE AND INNOVATION WITH HEALTHPATHWAYS 

11:00

HealthPathways is now utilized in most health regions in Australia as well as in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. It remains a key enabler of the ‘whole of system’ approach developed over the past 12 years in Canterbury, New Zealand, widely acknowledged as a world exemplar in how to develop an effective integrated care system that is genuinely focused around patients and with clinicians returned to the centre of decision making. 

11:15

  • Participate in an interactive demonstration of how the system works 
  • Gain a bigger picture perspective of HealthPathways and how it fits in the Australian Healthcare context  
  • Answers questions about HealthPathways integration and use as a change agent 

11:30

  • Learn about the history of implementation, methodology, use, and success of HealthPathways in the Sydney context 
  • Explore a recent evaluation of Sydney HealthPathways   
  • Find out how HealthPathways can impact healthcare delivery and use data more effectively 

12:00

  • How it is being utilized and what has it achieved? 
  • What needs to be present alongside HealthPathways to truly develop effective integrated care systems? 
  • What is developing in the Australian context and what might the future look like? 

12:45

HOW TECHNOLOGY IS DELIVERING BETTER PATIENT EXPERIENCES

01:45

  • Learn how hospital design enables effective flow of patients to the care they need 
  • Move from manual systems to automated systems 
  • Invest in technology to improve delivery of patient wellbeing 

02:15

  • Understand the role of standards in healthcare  
  • Boost collaboration to support reform and innovation 
  • Using the world’s first digital hospital handbook 

02:45

  • Embrace new telehealth programmes 
  • Implement mobile solutions for delivering primary care and outpatient services
  • Define the requirements for delivering true remote care 

03:20

DESIGNING HEALTH SYSTEMS IN LINE FOR THE FUTURE 

03:50

  • Reduce the carbon footprint of the health care sector 
  • Prepare health care services for the effects of climate change 
  • Understand how climate change will affect public health

04:20

  • Overcome an 8% reduction in productivity during extreme weather events 
  • Prepare for the effects of extreme weather on health  
  • Improve emergency response times for better patient outcome

04:50

05:00

08:30

CONSUMER AND MEDICAL PERSPECTIVES ON HEALTHCARE REFORM

08:50

09:00

  • Lessons learned from consumer adoption rates
  • Effective management of privacy and big data
  • Identify the developmental achievements of My Health Record five months on from the national expansion

09:30

  • Develop a patient‑centred, outcomes‑focused and value‑based healthcare system
  • Domains for reform to progress the Australian health system towards this goal
  • Recent developments in Australia in value‑based health care

10:15

10:50

  • Identifying priority health areas for consumers
  • Meeting community expectations for universal care and primary healthcare delivery
  • Empowering the consumer through tools enabling more patient choice such as My Health Record, e-prescriptions, patient registries, shared care portals, state-based digital health strategies

FUNDING PRIMARY CARE AND SERVICES

11:30

  • Identify potential areas of public and private collaboration to enhance delivery of essential primary care
  • Implement effective allocation of state vs federal funding for primary care
  • Re-imagining services to improve healthcare services and home-based monitoring

12:30

  • Facilitating a collaborative approach to healthcare funding
  • Funding sustainable systems to alleviate strain on current facilities
  • Boosting patient access while reducing out of pocket expense

01:00

02:00

  • Boosting long term healthcare sustainability with key reforms putting people and better health outcomes first 
  • Making healthcare simpler and more affordable
  • Drive new care models and funding models

IMAGINING A NEW HEALTHCARE FUTURE

02:40

  • Prepare for effective provision of aged care services in line with aged care reforms
  • Find out how to estimate the demand for home care for an ageing population
  • Educate and empower an ageing population to self-manage chronic diseases

03:20

  • Use innovations and disruptive technologies to manage the future stresses of increasing rates of mental illness and an ageing population
  • Prepare healthcare systems and facilities for the onset of increasing chronic conditions such as dementia by 2058
  • Invest to save: measure the economic benefits of investment in mental health and aged care reform

04:20

04:30

How to create a sustainable healthcare innovation network: Lessons in innovation & digital tech from England’s National Health Service 

 
Monday, 24 June 2019 
9:00 – 4:00 
 
Stimulate your mind and attend the pre-conference workshop which will unpack techniques for accelerating the adoption of practices and innovations worth spreading to benefit public health.  Find out how technology can be used to build sustainability into Australia’s healthcare system based upon lessons learned from the United Kingdom’s Academic Health Science Network as part of the National Health Service.  Applications now available for the use of artificial intelligence, automation and robotics in healthcare can drive transparent and comprehensive digital change to boost the sustainability of current healthcare systems and ensure effective delivery of primary care across all patient demographics. 
 
  • Understand and find out how to interpret data quality basics to harness the massive potential for data analytics in the healthcare sector and deliver better patient outcomes 
  • Future-proof your healthcare facilities by transitioning to new platforms, technologies and paperless systems 
  • Find out how to use health innovation and digitalisation to prepare for future patient needs and expectations to deliver the right kind of healthcare in the right time frame
  • Increase the impact and reach of your healthcare initiatives by implementing proven practices that have worked for NHS England 

 

Agenda 

 
9:00 Welcome and introduction 
Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network and National Leader of the Digital & Artificial Intelligence Innovation National Network, NHS England 
Jay Rebbeck, Managing Director and Founder, Rebbeck Consulting 
 
9:15 The National Health Service (NHS) and the need for innovation  
  • Find out how fragmented the NHS is and tolerant of unwarranted variation 
  • Gain a common understanding of the English healthcare landscape 
Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network and National Leader of the Digital & Artificial Intelligence Innovation National Network, NHS England 
 
9:30 Similarities and differences: Australia vs UK  
Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network and National Leader of the Digital & Artificial Intelligence Innovation National Network, NHS England  
 
9:45 England’s innovation pathway processes – a briefing and interactive session 
  • An introduction to the structures and processes for Invention, Research & Development and Innovation Adoption  
  • Understanding the translational gap for well-evidenced innovations and barriers to widespread adoption of beneficial digital technology  
  • Challenges facing uptake of the best research and innovations 
Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network and National Leader of the Digital & Artificial Intelligence Innovation National Network, NHS England  
 
10:30 Morning break  
 
11:00 Uptake, spread & adoption initiatives for sustainable health innovation – a briefing with Q&A 
  • Academic Health Science Networks’ approach to ‘cracking the code of spreading innovations faster’ 
  • Evidence of ‘what works’ and record of participants key learnings from England with case studies on maternity services, emergency surgery, atrial fibrillation 
Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network and National Leader of the Digital & Artificial Intelligence Innovation National Network, NHS England  
 
12:30 Networking lunch  
 
13:30 Data sharing case study with Q&A 
  • Find out about personalised health plans via telehealth and personal data through a care connected website case study 
  • Unpack the inspiration for sustainable future health care provision 
Michael Marthick, Managing Director, Care Connected  
 
14:00 “Data saves lives” thought leadership presentation  
  • Analyse data in retail, banking and non-health sectors 
  • Explore opportunities in health 
Dr. Neil Soderlund, CEO, Quantium Health 
 
14:30 Data sharing case study with Q&A 
  • The ‘pure gold’ when getting it right: chronic conditions management case studies 
  • Technology Improved Health Management aka TIHM for Dementia  
Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network and National Leader of the Digital & Artificial Intelligence Innovation National Network, NHS England  
 
15:00 Afternoon break  
15:30 Summary and interactive temperature test 
  • How clear is the direction of travel for digital healthcare? 
  • How clear are the implications of that for what stays the same and what needs to change? 
Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network and National Leader of the Digital & Artificial Intelligence Innovation National Network, NHS England 
Jay Rebbeck, Managing Director and Founder, Rebbeck Consulting 
 
16:15 Closing remarks  
Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network and National Leader of the Digital & Artificial Intelligence Innovation National Network, NHS England 
 
16:30 End of interactive workshop 
 
 

Facilitated by: 

 
 
 
Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network and National Leader of the Digital & Artificial Intelligence Innovation National Network, NHS England 
 
Guy is the Managing Director of Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network (AHSN), one of 15 regional AHSNs which together make up the AHSN Network covering the whole of England. 
He is the AHSN Network’s national lead on Digital and AI, a key component of the network’s vision of “transforming lives through innovation”. 
Guy has worked in health and care for 20+ years, in both private and public sector organisations and at national, regional and local level. 
He is a collaborative leader, relishing the role of catalysing effective delivery across organisations.