We can now announce the agenda for our 8th Digital Health and Wellbeing Ecosystem (#YHDigitalEco) which will take place on Wednesday 29th November.
The theme of the meeting is ‘Urgent and Emergency Admissions: The Digital Interface and The Challenge for Regional Services.’
Some of our speakers include:
- NHS Improvement discussing ‘’The Emergency Flow Improvement Tool’’
- Ola Zahran, Head of ICT, at Yorkshire Ambulance Service. Ola will be giving an overview of the challenges faced by the regional ambulance service to manage its digital strategy.
- Hollie Robinson from Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Hollie will discuss the development and implementation of SMART-ER, a digital process to streamline A&E admissions.
- Alistair Martin, Director of Business Development Transforming Systems Ltd. Alistair will be discussing: ‘How whole system real time data can be used to improve flow in urgent care”.This talk will explore how sharing meaningful operational information about pressure from across the urgent care pathway can significantly improve whole system flow and speed up whole system response. Transforming systems will demonstrate real time data is being used in the south of England through easy to access, cloud based technology.
- Dr Haidar Samiei, EMIS Clinical Director and Consultant Emergency Physician at Leeds Teaching Hospitals will talk about the EMIS EPR system which allows urgent and emergency care to access a patient’s primary care clinical records to inform clinical decision making.
- European Connected Health Alliance. (ECHAlliance).
The latest Yorkshire and Humber Digital Health and Wellbeing Ecosystem will be held at the Doncaster Keepmoat Stadium and has been organised by the Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) in partnership with the ECHAlliance.
We welcome attendance from Yorkshire and Humber health and social care commissioners and providers, digital citizens, local authorities, commercial organisations, voluntary and community sector organisations and patient representatives.
The Yorkshire and Humber Digital Health and Wellbeing Ecosystem meeting will start with a series of presentations followed by themed workshops.
You can register for the 8th meeting of the Yorkshire and Humber Digital Health and Wellbeing Ecosystem here.
You can find the agenda here
If you are interested in exhibiting you will find further information here.
The Yorkshire and Humber Digital Health and Wellbeing Ecosystem was launched by the Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) in December 2015 to bring together a growing network of individuals and partners from health and social care, academia, industry, the voluntary sector and patient organisations, with the shared aims of increasing the uptake of digital health technology to enhance patient care.
It is a member of the ECHAlliance International Network of Permanent Ecosystems.
For a map of the venue please click here