In this session you will learn about the experience from the National program for IT in NHS England and transformation to todays Five Years Forward-strategy based on the Wacther review, "Making IT work". You will hear european doctor's perspective on how to involve clinicans to get positive effects and less side effects of IT and how the industry can help healthcare innovate.
This session takes the "Wachter Review" some starting point on how tecjnology change can be organised. "NHS and the deliverance of technology of value to the UKs health care system"
The Wachter Review outlined 10 recommendations to inform the English health and care system’s approach to the further implementation of IT in healthcare, especially the use of electronic health records and other digital tools to achieve a paper free system.
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- Keith McNeil, NHS
- Kjartan Olafsson, GP - Vice-President UEMO,
- Edgar van Zoelen, Philips
HealthSuite Labs is a co-create and co-innovate environment that uses design thinking and agilemethodologies combined with the latest digital technologies to support healthcare institutions andhealthcare networks. The foundation of the digital eHealth ecosystem. In order to truly transformHealthcare Philips needed to start thinking differently and organize themselves within the eHealthecosystem.
From connected consumer products, services, software to medical grade services to enable truepopulation health management. HealthSuite Labs enables partnering to team-up with Philips and todemonstrate our combined thought leadership within the entire health continuum by solving relevanthealthcare challenges through meaningful integrated solutions and services.
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Edgar van Zoelen Lecturer
Head of HealthSuite Labs & Ecosystem Management
Edgar is an entrepreneurial executive with a wide range of experiences within different technology driven industries like Healthcare, Telecommunications and Digital industry. This resulted in learnings and insights with regards to the development and commercialization of complex integrated solutions and services while utilizing multidisciplinary teams and technology. During the course of his career he has been a leader in several organizational change programs combined with the associated reorganizations. He is very passionate about changing, improving and motivating teams in order to grow the top and bottom line of the organization while realizing true impact with the people (colleagues/customers). He has an MBA from Erasmus University (NL), graduated in business economics.
Keith McNeil Lecturer
Professor, Chief Clinical Information Officer
National Health Service (NHS)
Keith McNeil, chief clinical information officer (CCIO) for NHS England. Prior to his CCIO role in the UK he held the position of chief executive at Metro North Hospital and Health Service in Queensland for five years. McNeil was one of a troika of three new NHS England digital health leaders in NHS England last year. In September last year, McNeil was also announced as head of a new digital delivery board, that was due to replace the Department of Health’s informatics portfolio management board. McNeil was also chief executive at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, during its Epic electronic patient record (EPR) implementation.
Kjartan Olafsson Lecturer
GP - Listdoctor speciality of Familiy Medicine Vice-President UEMO, Central Board Norwegian Med. Ass. Board of NorGP EHealth Stakeholdergroup EU University of Oslo (UiO)
Eirik Nikolai Arnesen Moderator
MD, Special Advisor
Norwegian medical Association