Westminster Health Forum Keynote Seminar Electronic health

Westminster Health Forum Keynote Seminar Electronic health records and IT in the NHS: data protection, care.data, and implementing Personalised health and care 2020 Timing: Morning, Tuesday, 10th February 2015 Venue: Glaziers Hall, 9 Montague Close, London SE1 9DD Agenda subject to change 8.30 ‐ 9.00 Registration and coffee 9.00 ‐ 9.05 Chair’s opening remarks Lord Turnberg, Chair, All‐Party Parliamentary Group on Medical Research 9.05 ‐ 9.15 Integrating primary and secondary care data to improve patient care Ryan Callahan, Director, Peter Sowerby Foundation Forum and Policy Fellow, Institute for Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London 9.15 ‐ 9.35 Information governance and electronic health records Dame Fiona Caldicott, National Data Guardian, Department of Health and Chair, Independent Information Governance Oversight Panel Dawn Monaghan, Group Manager, Public Services, Information Commissioner’s Office 9.35 ‐ 9.50 Questions and comments from the floor 9.50 ‐ 10.00 Developing and sharing data in health and social care Eve Roodhouse, Programme Director, care.data, Health and Social Care Information Centre 10.00 ‐ 10.10 Priorities for funding and developing innovation in health and care Dr Zahid Latif, Head of Healthcare, Innovate UK 10.10 ‐ 10.20 Questions and comments from the floor 10.20 ‐ 10.25 Chair’s closing remarks Lord Turnberg, Chair, All‐Party Parliamentary Group on Medical Research 10.25 ‐ 10.55 Coffee 10.55 ‐ 11.00 Chair’s opening remarks Baroness Hanham 11.00 ‐ 11.10 Utilising big data and open information in the NHS Stefan Biesdorf, Partner, Business Technology Office, McKinsey & Company Dr Sundiatu Dixon‐Fyle, Senior Expert, Healthcare Practice, McKinsey & Company 11.10 ‐ 11.20 Case study ‐ guidance on structure and content of records David Davis, Clinical Informatics Advisor, NHS England 11.20 ‐ 11.30 Data and privacy: ensuring confidentiality and consent Phil Booth, Coordinator, medConfidential 11.30 ‐ 11.50 Questions and comments from the floor 11.50 ‐ 12.35 Integrating patient records and implementing a ‘21st Century IT system’ In developing integrated systems for patient records, how should the interoperability challenges be tackled, including working across different networks and organisational boundaries? What more can be done to better engage clinicians in the development and delivery of new processes, and to improve communications between organisations? With the ‘Personalised health and care 2020’ framework setting out the aim for all care records to be digital by 2020, what are the next steps for improving digital access? Is enough being done to help patients access their own reports and scans to take control of their care? Are the proposed standards for ‘accredited safe havens’ (ASHs) sufficient to ensure data security, and will ASHs be an effective way to provide commissioners with data needed to deliver local services? Dr Phil Koczan, Chief Clinical Information Officer, UCL Partners Dr John Lockley, Clinical Lead for Informatics, NHS Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group and Member, NHS e‐Referral Service Programme Board Dr Charles Gutteridge, Chief Clinical Information Officer and Consultant Haematologist, Barts Health NHS Trust Shane Tickell, Chief Executive Officer, IMS Maxims Questions and comments from the floor 12.35 ‐ 12.55 Next steps for healthcare technology policy Beverley Bryant, Director of Strategic Systems and Technology, NHS England Questions and comments from the floor 12.55 ‐ 13.00 Chair’s and Westminster Health Forum closing remarks Baroness Hanham Sam Dolton, Westminster Health Forum