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2018 Conference Presentations

DAY 1 – Tuesday 16th October 2018

 

 

Main Plenary Sessions

 

 A welcome from the conference chair

Rt Hon Paul Burstow, President, TSA and former Care Minister

 

 The future of health and care in the UK

David Pearson, Corporate Director, Adult Social Care, Health and Public Protection and Deputy Chief Executive, Nottinghamshire County Council

 

 What happened to the “person” in person centred care?
Professor George Crooks OBE, CEO, Digital Health & Care Institute

 

 Joining up the dots: useful technology for direct care

Alan Davies, Director of Digital Health / Chair of the Digital Expert Group, Innovation Agency

Hadleigh Stollar, Programme Manager – Integrating Care, NHS Digital

 

 

Innovation Stage

 

 Three Keys to Sustainable TEC Service Innovation

Robert Turnbull, Care Technology Expert from PA Consulting/Argenti

 

 New Models of Care Enabled by Emerging Technology

Martin Jeffries, Chief Marketing Officer, Tunstall Healthcare Group.

 

 Non Healthcare Professional Triage – Nursing and Residential Triage (NaRT) Tool

Steph Allmark, Triage Development and Evaluation, North West Ambulance Service

 

 Adapting with Age

Laura Wood, Group lead for PR and Communications, North Star housing group

Chelsea Fleming, Project Manager, National Housing Federation

 

 Going Digital with UMO

Paul Shead, Managing Director, Verklizan Ltd

 

 Worcestershire Telecare & Mobius Networks: How to Deliver Mobile Telecare Successfully

Oliver Cox, Senior Healthcare Sales, Mobius Networks Limited

Rupert Lawrence, Head of Worcestershire TeleCare

 

 Technology opening the door for care

Brian Duffy, TEC and Innovations Programme Manager, Loretto Care

 

 The Revolution in Senior and Cardiac Care - integration case of telecare and remote medical care solutions for elderly

Slawomir Kmak, Product Development Manager, Comarch Healthcare

 

 Living Better Lives through holistic support

Nikki Carter, Interim Service Manager – Direct Services at South Tyneside Council

Jane Bowater, Manager for Telecare and Community Alarms Service will be presenting.

 

 The Development of Standards for Equipment and Retailer Services

Jean Hutfield, Chair, National Association of Equipment providers (NAEP)

 

 A different kind of innovation

Georgia Nelson, Business Development Manger, Inhealthcare, Inhealthcare

 

 

 

Breakout Sessions

 

Bringing tele technologies into the mainstream

 

 Hadleigh Stollar, Programme Manager – Integrating Care, NHS Digital

 

 Hazel Harper, Senior Innovation Lead – Healthy Ageing and Digital Technologies, Innovate UK – UK Research and Innovation

 

 Ann Williams, Commissioning and Contract Manager, Liverpool City Council

 

• Alan Davies, Director of Digital Health, Innovation Agency - Q&A

 

 

Using mHealth apps in Mental Health

 

• Steve Carefull, Care Technology Expert from PA Consulting/Argenti

 

 Andy Jeans, ORCHA

 

 David Fry, Brain In Hand

 

 

Learning, Education and Workforce Development for Technology Enabled Care

 

The strategic importance of workforce development - Diane Buddery, Project Manager, Skills for Care

 

An overview of TSA learning and education provision - Gillian Austin, Associate – Training, TSA

 

TEC supporting People Living with Dementia - Dawn Thornber, Associate – Training, TSA

 

Personalised Care Qualification - Sarah Weston, Innovation Manager, Hft / Gillian Austin, Associate – Training, TSA

 

 

Commissioning care and support in the digital world

 

 Presentation 1 - The Quest for Quality in Care Homes: falls prevention and management

Rhona Radley, Deputy Head of  Service Improvement, NHS Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group

 

Sarah Garforth, Project Coordinator (Service Improvement - PMO), NHS Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group

 

Steve Tope, Business Development Director, Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd

 

 Presentation 2 - Virtual Reality for Health

Emma Quest, Community Link Service Manager , Horsham District Council

 

 Presentation 3 - The 247grid, facilitating a better conversation

Rachel Mason, Director, Timedesigners LTD/ 247grid

 

 

 

 

DAY 2 – Wednesday 17th October 2018

 

 

Main Plenary Sessions

 

 PSTN switch off – industry efforts to identify risks

Huw Saunders, Director, Network Infrastructure, SITE, Ofcom

 

 Beyond Barcelona: Spain’s proactive, personalised and predictive approach to technology enabled health and care

Ester Sarquella, Directive Board Member, Catalan Society for Digital Health and Director for Digital Health, Tunstall Healthcare Southern Europe

 

 The Buurtzorg Model - Successful introduction of new services

Paul Jansen - Chief Operating Officer, Buurtzorg

 

 Alexa; can you support people with care needs?

Steve Carefull, Director, PA Consulting

 

 Digital technology: the next best thing since the enlightenment

Glen Garrod, President, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS)

 

 Summary of the conference and ambitions for 2019

Rt Hon Paul Burstow, President, TSA and former Care Minister

 

 

Innovation Stage

 

 Navigating the transition from analogue to digital

Phil Hollett, Director, CSL

 

 GrandCare launch State of the Art Technology that PREVENTS “Slips, Trips, Falls & Pressure Ulcers”….through “true” machine learning

Matthew Warnes, Chief Executive, GrandCare Systems

 

 Increasing housing options for people with Learning Disabilities

Lee Davis, Head of Prevention and Support, Herefordshire Council

Dave Andrews, Senior Telecare Advisor, Herefordshire Council

 

 Combining tele-care, eHealth & home automation to ensure caregivers and customers are always connected, safe & supported

Fernando Hagel Franco, Managing Partner, CareBuilder

 

 

Breakout Sessions

 

Quality, Safety and Innovation for Technology Enabled Care

 

 Presentation 1 - An update on the TSA Quality Standards Framework

Paul Finch, Associate – Standards, TSA

 

 Presentation 2 - Quality Safety and Innovation – A National  Providers Perspective

Gill Atkey, Monitoring Services Director, Appello

 

 Presentation 3 - European Service Standards - Where do we stand, and what is the road ahead

Roger Jongen, Project Lead CEN TC 431

 

TSA Technical Advisory Group – an update on digital and cellular communications

Steve Sadler, Associate – Chair of Tech Advisory Group, TSA

Paul Shead – TSA Chairman and Member of TSA Technical Advisory Group

Oliver Cox - Member of TSA Technical Advisory Group

 

 

Prevention and Reassurance - the role for a consumer market

 

 Presentation 1 - The Transition from a Reactive to a Proactive Care Model

Marisa Picornell, Assistant to the Board of Directors, Atenzia

 

 Presentation 2 - Technology Enabled Early Intervention

Paul Allis, Business Development Director, Brain in Hand

 

 Presentation 3 - Giving people confidence

Brian Brown, Director of ARMED (Early Intervention & Prevention Solutions)

 

 Design Thinking introduction - Improve success rate of innovation

Fleur Engelberts - Design Thinking specialist

 

 

Digital transformation for technology enabled care – managing the risks and maximising the opportunities

 

 Presentation 1 - Appello driving digital transformation of Technology Enabled Care at Housing & Care 21

Tim Barclay, CEO, Appello

Tony Tench, Chief Operating Officer, Housing and Care 21

 

 Presentation 2 - Successful Commercial Transformation of a failing Telecare Service: The Luton Example

Femi Tanimola, Business Development Consultant, Luton Borough Council

 

 Presentation 3 - The Future of Food-Tech in the Care Industry

Tarryn Gorre, CEO, Kafoodle

 

 

Commissioning care and support in the digital world - service redesign

 

 Presentation 1 - Combining technology and people to deliver better care to people with Learning disabilities

William Britton, CEO, AutonoMe

 

 Presentation 2 - Activity monitoring at home to improve preventative support to older and vulnerable people

Stephen Hart, National Sales Manager, Canary Care Limited

Pedro Santos, Team Leader, Assistive Technology Team, Northampton Adult Social Services

 

 Presentation 3 - Partnership working in Bath & North East Somerset to deliver better outcomes for people with learning disabilities through assistive technology

Emma Nichols, Personalised Technology Manager, Hft

Sarah Weston, Innovation Manager, Hft