IBM HealthConnect 2016

United Kingdom and Ireland

Welcome to the Cognitive era. A new era of technology.
A new era of business. A new era of thinking.

By driving the adoption of innovative technology to exceed patient and carer expectations and by capitalising on the wealth of available data, Leaders are turning digital intelligence into the foundation for the future of healthcare.

Join us on October 11th for this interactive event, for Leaders in Healthcare, who are redefining patient outcomes and the user experience.

IBM HealthConnect 2016

United Kingdom and Ireland

Welcome to the Cognitive era. A new era of technology.
A new era of business. A new era of thinking.

By driving the adoption of innovative technology to exceed patient and carer expectations and by capitalising on the wealth of available data, Leaders are turning digital intelligence into the foundation for the future of healthcare.

Join us on October 11th for this interactive event, for Leaders in Healthcare, who are redefining patient outcomes and the patient experience.

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The new era of Cognitive solutions can unlock the power of data to understand, reason and learn from every interaction. In Health, the potential for Cognitive computing to transform the industry is enormous. Already, cognitive systems help enable enhanced patient care, advanced discoveries and better decisions for providers around the world. Healthcare leaders are poised to embrace this groundbreaking technology and invest in cognitive capabilities to spark a renaissance in the industry.

Join the debate on the 11th October to find out more!

Welcome to the era of Cognitive Health!


Agenda for Healthcare

13.30 - 14.00

Registration and Lunch

14.00 - 14.10

Introduction

MC and Host: Andreas Haimboeck-Tichy

14.10 - 14.25

Digital Health Policy in England

Helen McKenna - The Kings Fund

14.25 - 14.45

The Future of Digital Health – Patient Centred Medical Home

Paul Grundy - Chief Medical officer – IBM

14.45 - 15.30

The User Experience – Moderated by Thomas Balkizas

Zoe Camper - Arthritis UK
Stephen Boyle - Watson Health – IBM
Chris Greenway - Assistant Director Adults Social Care, London Borough of Harrow

15.30 - 15.45

Break

15.45 - 16.30

Digitisation and Deep Data - Moderated by Angus Campbell

Andrew Watson, MD: Vice President of Clinical IT Transformation, UPMC
Sumit Nagpal, Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer, Lumira.
John Ainsworth, Professor or Health Informatics, University of Manchester – Datawell as a disruptor for Innovation

16.30 - 17.15

Preventative Care and Population Health - Moderated by Angus McCann

Claire Oatway - The Beacon Group
Stephen Haigh - Director of Primary Care Sheffield & Programme Director for Perfect Patient Pathway
Paul Grundy - Chief Medical Officer – IBM

17.15 - 17.30

Wrap Up

MC and Host: Andreas Haimboeck-Tichy

17.30

Close & Drinks / Networking

Agenda subject to change

Location

IBM in South Bank / 76/78 Upper Ground / South Bank / London SE1 9PZ

Situated on the south bank of the River Thames, the IBM Client Centre is ideally positioned for clients in the City of London and Central Government, as well as being within easy reach to London's West End.

Parking
There are public car parks close to South Bank, but they can be expensive. Meter parking is also available in the streets nearby. Parking for disabled drivers can be arranged by calling 020 7261 0618.

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Parking

Free outside parking is offered at the following address: Rue du Charroi 21-23 – 1190 Vorst


Public transport

There is a bus stop in front of the building (line 49 and 50). Brussels- South station is only five minutes away.

By car

South Bank is less than half a mile from Waterloo station. From the main roundabout to the north of the station, take the Stamford Street exit and then first left into Cornwall Road. The IBM building faces you at the end of Cornwall Road.


By train

Waterloo (BR), Waterloo East (BR) and Blackfriars (Thameslink) stations are all within walking distance. London's other mainline stations are within fifteen minutes by London Underground to Waterloo station. Travel information can be obtained from BR on 0845 300 7000 or Thameslink on 0845 330 6333.


By underground

Tube maps are available from most underground stations. Waterloo is on the following underground lines: Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Waterloo and City. The Northern line has two branches, so make sure the train you board is going to Waterloo. The Waterloo and City line links Waterloo to Bank station on the Central line. Travel information for London Underground is available on 020 7222 1234.


On foot

Walking from the stations is straightforward, though you may prefer to take a taxi. IBM's South Bank building is located between the Royal National Theatre and the London Weekend Television Studios. From Waterloo, follow the signs from the station for the South Bank. Get to road level, York Road, and head north towards the rail bridge, bear left under the bridge, into Concert Hall Approach, heading for the Royal Festival Hall. Turn right onto Belvedere Road (which becomes Upper Ground as you walk under the bridge) past the Royal National Theatre, and IBM is on your left.

From Waterloo East walk up Cornwall Road and IBM is opposite you. From Blackfriars, walk over Blackfriars Bridge, turn first right into Upper Ground and IBM is just past LWT Studios.


By taxi

London cabs are abundant; when their yellow taxi sign is lit they are available for hire. You can also hire taxis by phone on 020 7286 0286 or 020 7272 0272.


By air

From Heathrow airport: travel to Waterloo station by London Underground. From Gatwick airport travel to Waterloo by train via Victoria or Clapham Junction stations.

In a world of data, where everyone and everything is connected to the Internet of Things, cognitive computing makes the difference. Only cognitive systems can analyze gigantic streams of data in milliseconds. And not just facts and figures but images, sound, human sentiments and relationships. They reason independently and are always learning. They support you in the most complex decision making. Make your business cognitive and outthink the competition. Because cognitive businesses address the desires and impulses of your customers quicker and more accurately.

  • Erick Brethenoux

    Erick Brethenoux’s leads the strategy and vision for IBM Data & Analytics, defining the overarching strategy for the division. Erick was VP of Corporate Development at SPSS prior to its acquisition by IBM in 2009. Prior to joining SPSS, he was VP of Software Equity Research at Lazard Frères, New York, providing institutional investors with recommendations, analyzing startup companies for venture capital funding and engaged in merger and acquisition activities. Before Lazard, Erick was Research Director of Advanced Technologies at the Gartner Group focusing on decision support systems, knowledge management and advanced software engineering architectures. Prior to Gartner, Erick completed a scientific mission for the French Embassy in the United States. Erick has published extensively in the domains of artificial intelligence systems, system sciences, applied mathematics, complex systems and cybernetics. Erick’s research as a Ph.D. candidate at University of Delaware was aimed at knowledge engineering within a cognitive sciences multidisciplinary program.

In a world of data, where everyone and everything is connected to the Internet of Things, cognitive computing makes the difference. Only cognitive systems can analyze gigantic streams of data in milliseconds. And not just facts and figures but images, sound, human sentiments and relationships. They reason independently and are always learning. They support you in the most complex decision making. Make your business cognitive and outthink the competition. Because cognitive businesses address the desires and impulses of your customers quicker and more accurately.

Claire Oatway

Claire manages Beacon Medical Group - a super-practice supporting 33,000 patients in Plymouth and South Devon. Claire joined early in Beacon's development and in the last two years has helped the teams to redefine General Practice. Three good CQC inspections and patient feedback shows that the practice has gone from strength to strength.

Claire has weaved her deep understanding of strategic partnerships and systems leadership principles into her role with a major impact on this practice's approach to population management. Combined with clinical expertise and innovation, the team at Beacon have been heavily positively disruptive to the local health and care system.

As one of 15 rapid test sites for Primary Care Home, the new mini-MCPs, Beacon has transformed itself to be a sustainable practice that thrives on innovation.

Steve Morlidge

Erick Brethenoux’s leads the strategy and vision for IBM Data & Analytics, defining the overarching strategy for the division. Erick was VP of Corporate Development at SPSS prior to its acquisition by IBM in 2009. Prior to joining SPSS, he was VP of Software Equity Research at Lazard Frères, New York, providing institutional investors with recommendations, analyzing startup companies for venture capital funding and engaged in merger and acquisition activities. Before Lazard, Erick was Research Director of Advanced Technologies at the Gartner Group focusing on decision support systems, knowledge management and advanced software engineering architectures. Prior to Gartner, Erick completed a scientific mission for the French Embassy in the United States. Erick has published extensively in the domains of artificial intelligence systems, system sciences, applied mathematics, complex systems and cybernetics. Erick’s research as a Ph.D. candidate at University of Delaware was aimed at knowledge engineering within a cognitive sciences multidisciplinary program.

In a world of data, where everyone and everything is connected to the Internet of Things, cognitive computing makes the difference. Only cognitive systems can analyze gigantic streams of data in milliseconds. And not just facts and figures but images, sound, human sentiments and relationships. They reason independently and are always learning. They support you in the most complex decision making. Make your business cognitive and outthink the competition. Because cognitive businesses address the desires and impulses of your customers quicker and more accurately.

Gilles Marnix

Erick Brethenoux’s leads the strategy and vision for IBM Data & Analytics, defining the overarching strategy for the division. Erick was VP of Corporate Development at SPSS prior to its acquisition by IBM in 2009. Prior to joining SPSS, he was VP of Software Equity Research at Lazard Frères, New York, providing institutional investors with recommendations, analyzing startup companies for venture capital funding and engaged in merger and acquisition activities. Before Lazard, Erick was Research Director of Advanced Technologies at the Gartner Group focusing on decision support systems, knowledge management and advanced software engineering architectures.

Helen McKenna

Helen McKenna joined The King's Fund as Senior Policy Adviser in August 2015.

Before joining the Fund, Helen was Principal Policy Adviser on health and social care at Which? where her work included campaigns to improve the transparency of dental charges and make it easier for people to complain about public services.

Helen also worked at the Department of Health as a fast stream trainee and then as a manager. Her roles at the Department included working on the Health and Social Care Act reforms, leading a review of the NHS Constitution and developing a programme of collaboration on health matters between China and the UK.

Helen has a degree in Spanish and Portuguese literature and languages from Cambridge University, and an MSc in health policy from Imperial College, London.

Paul Grundy

Dr. Grundy known as the Godfather of the PCMH is the Chief Medical Officer and Global Director of Healthcare Transformation, Healthcare Life Science Industry IBM Corporation. Winner of the Barbara Starfield Patient Centered primary care award. He is a healthcare ambassador for the nation of Denmark and adjunct professor at the University of Utah Department of Family and Preventive Medicine. He is a member of National Academy of Science’s National Academy of Medicine/Institute of Medicine, director of the ACGME and member of the national advisory board of the National Center for Interprofessional Practice & Education. Dr. Grundy is the founding president of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative. He is the winner of the NCQA Quality award and the Sappington. Dr. Grundy is a retired senior diplomat with the rank of Minister Consular U.S. State Department.

Steven Haigh

Steven is currently the Programme Director for the Enhanced Primary Care Access Programme, funded from the Prime Minister’s Challenge Fund. Since the middle of 2014 Steven has been working with the GP Providers Board and the four locality based provider companies to help establish Primary Care Sheffield. When Primary Care Sheffield was legally incorporated, Steven was recruited as one of the Executive Directors.

Steven has also recently taken on the role of Programme Director for the Sheffield City Region Test Bed Programme, now called the Perfect Patient Pathway. This is a system wide programme aimed at embedding innovative technologies to support patient care.

Between 2011 and 2014 Steven was the Programme Director for the Right First Time Programme, working on behalf of the 5 co-sponsors (Sheffield CCG, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield City Council, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust). He worked in commissioning in Sheffield from 2008-2011 on a variety of programmes, most latterly heading up unscheduled care. Prior to this Steven held a variety of senior operational management posts in secondary care (in Sheffield and Barnsley) from 1992 – 2008. Steven originally trained as a Registered Nurse, qualifying in 1987 and working for 5 years within renal medicine.

John Ainsworth

John Ainsworth is Professor of Health Informatics at the University of Manchester where he is also Deputy Director of the Centre for Health Informatics. He is involved in numerous research projects, but with one common aim - to use computing and information technology to improve the health of the population. He is also Deputy Director of the MRC Health eResearch Centre, part of the Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research and is the Director of the Connected Health Cities Coordinating Centre.

Chris Greenway

Chris Greenway joined Harrow Council in May 2010 to help the setup and implementation of Personalisation.  This included development of the Council’s supported self-assessment, self-directed support processes and Resource Allocation System (RAS).  Chris was also responsible for the development of the Departments Quality Framework and this led Chris to take on the role of Head of Safeguarding Assurance & Quality Services for Adult Social Care, Harrow Council in 2013.

In 2013 Chris also led the development of the Council’s new Personalisation Solution, My Community ePurse, which has been widely acknowledged by Senior Director’s at the Department of Health as a ground breaking system.  This solution has directly helped Harrow Council to achieve the highest number of Cash Personal Budgets in the Country and help to deliver significant efficiency savings.

Chris has worked with local authorities since 1997, spending the initial 8 years with Mouchel Group as a senior consultant before moving to Essex County Council, Children’s Services to deliver the Integrated Children’s System in 2007.

Sumit Nagpal

Sumit Nagpal is a Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Lumira Ltd. Lumira represents the fourth generation of Sumit’s work, which began while working with Steve Jobs and NeXT, Inc. in the early 1990s. That experience led him to combine his two passions at the time – information technology and medicine – to begin a lifelong journey to help physicians better care for their patients. In the mid 1990s, Sumit led his first company, Wellogic, to create one of the country’s first longitudinal medical records across major departmental systems in a best-of-breed hospital in Boston.

Today, after twenty years of practice and honing of the product, Sumit has taken his vision private once again, with the strength and backing of a trio of industry leaders, himself included, and is now helping drive practical interoperability and standards adoption in markets well beyond the United States, and remains a passionate advocate for improving clinical and financial outcomes and encouraging healthy behaviors via ubiquitous, easy to use access to information.

Zoe Camper

I am Head of Digital at Arthritis Research UK, the UK’s fourth largest medical charity. I am a digital specialist with a wealth of strategy and design experience spanning 21 year.

I am currently working on a programme of digital transformation with the focus on putting people with arthritis at the centre of the work Arthritis Research UK does. We have moved from being primarily research-focused to directly supporting people with arthritis.

I am leading an IBM Watson’s cognitive computing project. This will ensure the organisation has a ‘voice’ that is ready to support people with arthritis whenever and wherever they need information and support.

Andrew Watson

As vice president of Clinical Information Technology Transformation, Dr. Andrew Watson assists UPMC International in developing innovative health information technology solutions to address the unique needs of UPMC’s global partners.


International Roles/Experience

Areas of Expertise

Dale Cameron Potter

Dale Cameron Potter is a proven leader and executive in the delivery of Information Technology solutions. Dale has become a recognized thought leader and innovator in Healthcare technology and clinical process optimization.

Dale is an Adjunct Professor at The University of Ottawa Telfer School of Management in graduate studies.

Dale is currently Partner, Healthcare Transformation in the IBM Watson Group. Dale is currently on an international assignment as an Executive Leader in an IBM joint venture, Cognit, based in the UAE. Prior to this Dale was the business leader Globally for the Watson for Oncology Solution. In this capacity he works with clients globally to help them understand how the Oncology cognitive platform can positively impact evidence based treatment decisions, personalized treatment therapies and quality and safety.

Prior to this Dale was the Executive Vice President, Strategy & Transformation at The Ottawa Hospital which is one of the largest Academic Health Science Centers in the country. Dale joined The Ottawa Hospital in 2008 as the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer.

Prior to his mandate at the hospital, Dale spent more than 8 years in Senior Executive Information Technology leadership roles for Global, World Class Manufacturing Corporations, as the CIO of Alcan Engineered Products based in Paris France and CIO of Bombardier Transportation based in Berlin Germany.

In the first 10 years of Dale’s professional career, Dale gained international experience as a Solution Architect in Top Tier Consulting Organizations developing solutions and strategies for many large Global Corporations.

Dale can be contacted at potterd@us.ibm.com.

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