SPARK Forum 2019 – Artificial Intelligence: Moving from proof of concept to implementation

26 November 2019
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

DigitalHealth.London is super excited to be hosting it’s second SPARK Forum event – which connects leaders and emerging leaders within the NHS currently on various fellowship (and the like) programmes, all with a common interest in digital transformation.

This event will host a panel session that aims to explore some of the issues around implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and to identify ways in which those in transformation lead roles (whether at the front-line or at executive level) can start to achieve organisational readiness and better planning, to embrace the benefits of AI. Reflecting on some of the insights from recently published reports, such as:

NHSx report – ‘Artificial Intelligence: How to get it right’

Microsoft report – ‘Accelerating competitive advantage with AI’

Academy of Medical Royal Colleges report – ‘Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare’

DoH report – ‘Code of Conduct for data-driven health and care technology’

We have a stellar panel to bring a broad range of perspectives to this conversation, plus an audience geared up to provide challenge and personal insights.

Stephen Docherty, Industry Executive- Health, Microsoft (CHAIR)

Marie-Anne Demestihas, Workstream Lead for Data & Analytics, Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network

Dr. Anjum Ahmed (MBBS, MBA, MIS, ITIL) Global Director – Imaging Information Systems | HE/BD Imaging IT Solutions, Agfa Healthcare

Dr Ijeoma A. Azodo, MD, ChM (GenSurg), MPH. Surgeon & Honorary Clinical Tutor, Department of Clinical Surgery, University of Edinburgh

Haris Shuaib, Clinical Scientist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

James Perrott, Data Scientist & Senior Consultant, Atos

Dr James Teo, Consultant Neurologist, and Clinical Director of Data Science at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust