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Health care workers, and especially clinicians, face the challenge of constantly having to make important decisions that influence the quality of patients’ care. In this daily battle, they need all the support they can get and AI is often signposted as a game changer in medicine. Machine learning and the formidable fourth industrial revolution it brings promise to transform health care beyond recognition, with algorithms coming up with high-quality actionable insights in seconds. If the data-driven future is here and can be embraced now, freeing up time for clinicians and helping them make better decisions, how can we ensure that the NHS can fully benefit from the promise of AI?

Staff buy-in comes up regularly as the most important barrier to scaling up and adopting AI solutions and we are going to examine how we can bring staff on board and help them understand and demystify the process of implementing data-driven solutions on the ground. Join us to hear the practical, tangible benefits that AI technology brings for NHS staff and to learn about how data analytics can transform every aspect of health care, from preventing medical harm, to helping a trust define what it wants to focus on, to better service integration at integrated care system level.

Speakers

Chair: Danielle Jefferies

Chair: Danielle Jefferies

Analyst, The King’s Fund

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Danielle is an analyst in the policy team and works with data from across the health and social care landscape. She has a particular interest in health inequalities.

Before joining the Fund, Danielle worked at a management consulting company specialising in health care. She has worked on several transformational projects in NHS hospitals and ambulance services in England, which included quantitative analysis as well as on-the-ground change management.

Mark Duman

Mark Duman

Managing Director, MD Healthcare Consultants

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Mark Duman MRPharmS brings over 30 years of clinician, management consultant and patient perspectives to the healthcare and life sciences sectors. He works with organisations such as AstraZeneca, Diabetes UK, Google Health, JnJ, Macmillan Cancer Support, Microsoft, the NHS & Novartis to develop markets, improve patient engagement and harness digital health.

Terry Murphy

Terry Murphy

National Business Development Manager, Radar Healthcare

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I've been in and around the NHS for North of thirty years. I have seen the changes that technology has made in the NHS, from desktop (server based) clinical systems in primary care, to cloud based solutions in secondary care and beyond. Early adopters, die hard forward thinkers and those that take a pragmatic view, have all added to rich tapestry of tech professionals that I've met throughout my career. Driving (necessary) change, should not be without it's hurdles in my world, as "one size", does not always fit all.

Katherine Church

Katherine Church

Chief Digital Officer, Surrey Heartlands ICS

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Katherine leads digital and data strategy and delivery across Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership. She has a strategic focus on designing compelling digital solutions to bring health and care services together seamlessly to improve the lived experience for over 1 million residents in Surrey.

Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas

Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas

Head of Blended Learning and Digital Literacy, Health Education England

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Henrietta is the Head of Blended Learning and the Digital Literacy Project Lead at Health Education England. She was previously the Topol Technology Review Project Lead and a Clinical Nursing Fellow at NHS England.

She is a Registered Mental Health Nurse, a Darzi Fellow Alumni and a second year NHS Clinical Entrepreneur.

She was a visiting nursing lecturer at City University, London and is currently a visiting lecturer at UCL, on the MSc Clinical Mental Health Science course and the annual 3-day Early Intervention in Psychosis course.

Henrietta has an eclectic background but currently focusing on the development of digital capabilities and the use of digital technologies in educating and training the health and care workforce.

Dr Annabelle Painter

Dr Annabelle Painter

Clinical Fellow-AI and Workforce, Health Education England and NHSx

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Dr Annabelle Painter is an NHS doctor, AI & workforce fellow at NHSx and HEE and a digital health advisor. She studied at Oxford medical school and has a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge. Annabelle worked at Babylon Health as an AI Clinician where she designed and deployed an A+E triage chatbot across several NHS trusts and led the development of a covid-19 symptom checker. Her ‘AI & Workforce’ fellowship at HEE and NHSx is focussed on preparing the healthcare workforce for the introduction of AI technology. Annabelle is also a GP registrar, an advisor to several health tech companies and sits on the Royal Society of medicine Digital Health council

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