How can the age of digital support the challenges facing Social Care?
How will predictive analytics and Artificial Intelligence provide the data intelligence to make quicker and better decisions about resource allocation?
How will ‘big data’ help the integration agenda for Health and Social Care?
The West Midlands Digital & Data Enabled Collaborative Showcase Event will help you answer these important questions.
Join us in Birmingham on Wednesday 26th February to hear about the work of ADASS and WMAHSN who have established a region-wide health and social care partnership to drive improvement through the use of technology and data.
You will also hear about the NHS Social Care Digital Programme and how Councils in the West Midlands have been funded to develop a digital response to data analysis and intelligence.
Come along and meet the innovators and their partners, ask them about their work and the conclusions they have drawn around the potential of machine learning.
You will also be invited to join us on our journey to add your understanding to the issues and your ideas for shaping the next stage of development.
Find out how you can join the NHS Social Care Digital Programme as ‘trailblazers’ in rolling out the solution for the future.
Lunch and refreshments will provided throughout the day, along with plenty of networking opportunities.
8:30 Registration & Coffee
9:30 Welcome Neil Mortimer, WMAHSN and David Watts, ADASS
9:40 The Regional Programme Neil Mortimer, WMAHSN and David Watts, ADASS
9:50 Keynote Speaker James Palmer, NHS Digital
10:10 LGA Ian James, LGA
10:15 The Story So Far – 3 case sites
11:15 Q&A Panel All project sites with Predict.X & CSU
11:30 Refreshment - Opportunity to Network and visit exhibitions
11:55 How could you benefit? Richard James and David Watts
12:40 Closing Remarks – Next Steps Neil Mortimer, WMAHSN and David Watts, ADASS
13:10 Lunch & Networking
Who should attend?
This is event is designed for you if you’re interested in how data can transform social care and NHS services and users’ experience, whether your role is one of leadership, frontline care or technology.
This is first come-first served, and places are limited, so do register right away.
Keynote speakers will include:
James Palmer - NHS Digital Programme Head
David Watts - Director ADASS
Neil Mortimer - Head of Digital WMAHSN
Exhibitors will include:
The WMAHSN team are keen to ensure each of our events are accessible to all, and this is reflected when approaching venues. For those who require reasonable adjustments, the venue have advised the following:
Level access into the building.
Disabled toilet on the same floor as room allocated
Disabled parking available
No strobe lighting
If you require any other reasonable adjustments, please can you explain in the booking form. For any further support, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org