18 Mar 2021

[Exclusive] Our top 4 most watched sessions from Health Plus Care Online and how to watch them on demand

Shannon Cargan, Senior Marketing Manager
[Exclusive] Our top 4 most watched sessions from Health Plus Care Online and how to watch them on demand

Find out which sessions from Health Plus Care Online were a hit with our audience. All sessions will be available on-demand until 24 March 2021 and you can still register today to access all the content at a time of your choosing!

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1) Opening Address: Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director of NHS England and NHS Improvement

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Re-watch this opening address from Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director, NHSEI, joined by senior NHSEI contributors Celia Ingham Clark, Dr Nikki Kanani and Hugh McCaughey. Hear him answer attendee's pressing questions from the LIVE Q&A that followed the address.

  • Professor Stephen Powis is the National Medical Director of NHS England and NHS Improvement. In this role he is the most senior doctor within the National Health Service in England.

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2) No going back, how the pandemic has changed the face of Digital Primary Care

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Chairperson: Matt Hoghton, Senior General Practitioner and Digital Clinical Champion - NHSX

Speakers:

  • Dr Minal Bakhai, Deputy Director and National Clinical Lead for Digital Primary Care - NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Dr Noel O'Kelly, Clinical Director - Spirit Digital
  • Professor Maureen Baker, Chair - PRSB
  • Dr Talac Mahmud, GP - Practice Firstcare / Hiyos

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3) Matthew Gould in conversation with Hassan Chaudhury followed by live Q&A with Simon Eccles

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Produced in partnership with NHSX, this session was a frank conversation between Matthew Gould and Hassan Chaudhury. The attendees were also able to put their questions to Dr Simon Eccles, Chief Clinical Information Officer for NHSX in the LIVE Q&A that followed the interview. 

Matthew is the CEO for NHSX, a body set up to ensure that staff and patients have the technology they need. His priorities are to reduce the burden on clinicians, to put services and information into the hands of citizens, and to ensure that clinicians can safely access patient data from wherever they are in the system.

Hassan promotes the UK Digital Health and Care sector abroad at Healthcare UK; a joint initiative of the Department of Health and Social Care, NHS England and the Department for International Trade (DIT), with a global role advising DIT commercial teams in over 100 UK embassies, supporting UK firms and NHS organisations to export and foreign firms to set up and scale in the UK.

  • Dr Simon Eccles is the Chief Clinical Information Officer for NHSX. Previously he was the CCIO for Health and Care.

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4) Covid, Care and digital technology – where do we go from here?

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A panel of guests joined Radar Healthcare to discuss the role of digital technology within care organisations. Using real-life case study examples from the initial response to the pandemic, and how tech is supporting care teams right now, this session offered a best practice look at the role of digital tech in care. Our panel also shared their top tech takeaways as we start to look to the future – helping to answer the question ‘where do we go from here?’

Speakers:

  • Chris Sharman, Quality and Compliance Specialist - Radar Healthcare
  • Misha Fontenot, Quality & Policy Manager - Walsingham Support
  • Russell Day, Head of Quality and Performance - Sequence Care Group
  • Dr Guy Gross, Founder/CEO - Seacole Digital Ltd

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18-19 MAY 2022 + ExCeL LONDON

Health Plus Care is supported by educational grants from various companies who have not influenced the meeting content or the choice of speakers. Sessions delivered with input from pharmaceutical or med tech companies are marked as such on the programme and a list of all event sponsors can be found here.