DigitalHealth.London and the Digital Health and Care Alliance invite SMEs and start-ups to join our third Masterclass, on patient safety in digital health.
We know that digital health interventions have profound potential to bring about real change across many aspects of health and care, and this includes interventions that can improve the safety of patient care. Digital technology can reduce the incidence of medication errors, AI can help to detect deteriorating conditions, or patients can be empowered through wearables (and other devices) to be more aware of their own conditions – all of which can have positive impact on patient safety.
However, as the scope for digital interventions expands across the health and care sector, it is increasingly important that innovators are up to speed with the appropriate regulations and frameworks in place to protect patients and keep them safe from harm, and it’s important to acknowledge where risk from digital interventions might arise, in order to be sure to avoid it.
This event is both for innovators developing new digital health technologies and for health & care managers implementing those technologies.
There will be a small charge of £36 to attend this event, in order to cover costs.
9.30 Arrivals and refreshments
10.00 Setting the scene – Loy Lobo, CEO Wegyanik
10.25 Why we should take care with digital health – Martin Ellis, Director of Primary and Out of Hospital Care, Croydon CCG
10.50 Refreshment break
11.15 A few stories – Scott Hislop, Principal National Investigator, Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch
11.30 Safety regulation – Adrian Stavert-Dobson, CEO Safehand
11.55 Medical device regulation – Neil McGuire, Clinical Director, Devices, MHRA (speaker(s) to be confirmed)
12.20 Discussion – reactions to this morning – All
12.40 Lunch and networking
13.40 Medical service regulation – Ed Foster, Senior Provider Engagement Officer, Care Quality Commission (speaker(s) to be confirmed)
14.05 Safety reporting – Jonathan Hazan, Chief Executive, Datix
14.30 Refreshment break
14.45 Safety in the Apps library – Hazel Jones, Operations Manager, Apps & Wearables, NHS England (invited)
15.10 The NHS England viewpoint – Sukhmeet Panesar, Chief Clinical Safety Officer & Strategy Lead, NHS England
15.35 Revolutionising patient safety – Roger Killen, Founder, Vitalpac
16.00 Discussion – what will you do differently tomorrow? – All