Innovation Stage

Located within the exhibition hall, the innovation stage will showcase a number of short presentations

Please see the programme for the Innovation Stage below:

Day 1 – Monday, 16th October 2017

11:35 Opening welcome

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11:45 The digital difference: how Connected Healthcare can revolutionise health and care
John Melarkey, Director of Connected Healthcare, Tunstall Healthcare

Digital technology offers a tangible opportunity to rethink the way we deliver services, underpinning new ways of working which are more integrated, more efficient and more preventative. This session explores the Connected Healthcare ecosystem, and how digital solutions can ensure the right care is delivered in the right place at the right time, and shift the focus from addressing crises and treating illness to helping people to maintain their independence, health and wellbeing.
12:00 2017 Crystal Award Shortlisted Entrants Presentations.

Introduced by the 2016 Crystal Award Winner, PA Consulting’s Argenti Telehealthcare Partnership with Hampshire County Council

Featuring:
ORCHA, Presented by: Nicky Runeckles, Business Development Director

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council, Presented by: Karen Bridgewater, Call Centre Manager – Access & Telecare

Peaks & Plains  Housing Trust,
Presented by: Dianne Hutter, Wellbeing Manager

 

13:10 Apps for monitoring centres using UMO
Rob Fredrick, UK Sales Manager, Verklizan Ltd

How using apps can help professionals on the go, allowing them to access information with smart phones and tablets about clients and services from UMO, the monitoring platform from Verklizan. The apps also provide practical tools for dispatching mobile responders, including navigation, capturing information about new clients, and keeping the monitoring centre informed about the status of response services.
13:25 Changes – Out with the old as we Know and In with the new
Jean Hutfield, Chair, The National Association Equipment Providers (NAEP)
Phil Webster, Equipment Service Manager, Southend Borough Council

The form and function of equipment is rapidly changing, compared to the equipment of the past and today – what will the future Equipment look like?
With years of experience of dealing with Community Equipment Provision, Jean and Phil will look at innovations that could transform their sector.
13:40 Security, Integrity and Reliability in the digital transformation of TECS
Phil Hollett, Director, CSL

CSL are delighted to headline sponsor the 2017 International Technology Enabled Care Conference. CSL has been involved in the Telecare sector for many years. Our experience in the sector comes from our partnerships with leading stakeholders including the TSA, MNOs, manufacturers and ARCs . Together we strive to provide connectivity solutions and services that enhance performance and availability – providing complete connectivity solutions.
14:00 A breakout session takes place at this time

 

15:10 TSA Accreditation –  Sharing the experience of QSF
Oliver Cox, Healthcare Communications Specialist, Mobius Networks Limited

Mobius were the first supply member to be accredited to the new TSA standards; we wanted to share the experience with others to enable you to make a choice on why you would do it and what the experience is like for the company.
17:00
2017 Driving Digital Challenge
Join us in the exhibition zone to hear about the latest innovations that are shaping the future of Technology Enabled Care
17:40 Close of day 1

Day 2 – Tuesday, 17th October 2017

11:05 Opening welcome

 

11:15 Motech – Delivering Peace of Mind by Connecting People
Paul Flavin, CEO, Motech Electronic Devices

We, in Motech, had a very simple vision – we wanted to use technology to achieve three key outcomes:
o   Allow people live their lives to the fullest – use technology to support NOT restrict.
o   Make the solution highly accessible – the delivery model should reflect how people want to live their lives.
o   Connect people through easy to use Technology – allow for circles of care that include family, friends and carers.
We achieved this by ensuring our users are connected to the service anywhere – not just in the home. The activity and location of the user is highly accurate but very discrete – we believe in privacy. We also ensure that the user of the service is connected, at all times, to family, friends and carers – the service is live and real-time, simplicity keeps the user connected to their vital network of care for re-assurance and peace of mind.
11:30 Using IoT and analytics to reduce hospital admissions for UTI’s
Gerry Hodgson, CEO, Cascade3d

Hospital admissions for UTIs cost the NHS £millions, mean a loss of revenue for care companies and cause distress for thousands of elderly and vulnerable patients every year.
So, what if we could identify when a patient is at risk of a UTI using movement and behavioural data from their home? Cascade3d has been working with Intel, Dell and Bracknell Forest Council to pilot a revolutionary IoT monitoring and analytics platform. The system helps to identify potential UTIs and other issues so they can be treated before a hospital admission is necessary.  Come along to this session to discover how this secure, cost-effective and scalable system has been working in the homes of adults with learning difficulties and find out what’s next for IoT, health and care.
11:45 Technology for Preventative Healthcare
Brian Brown, Director of Preventative Solutions, CM2000

CM2000 are a well-established supplier of health and social care technology and are now leading the way in prevention. Join this session to discover more about our innovative solution which combines pioneering analytics modelling with wearable technologies and social care data to provide alerts for early intervention and better self-management.
12:00 Hearing Every Living Person
Hadeel Ayoub, CTO, Re.Voice, Goldsmiths University of London

Re.Voice is part of a research study to develop an enabling wearable technology tool to assist speech disabled individuals with their daily communication. Re.Voice is designed to help give a voice to those who can’t speak by translating sign language to text and speech. Re.Voice is a smart glove which can be trained and customised to the needs of each user.  
12:55 Making the most of the Apprenticeship Levy to further Education & Training in Technology Enabled Care
Rob Kleiser, Executive Director, Learning Curve Group

The launch of the Apprenticeship Levy is designed to encourage businesses to use apprenticeship programmes; both for new staff and to upskill existing employees. For those employers affected this represents an incremental cost that can be used to fund a range of apprenticeship training programmes to satisfy current and future business needs. Learning Curve Group (LCG) provide services to over 4’500 employers a year. The session will share an insight into LCG’s approach to encouraging businesses to reflect on how the sector can take advantage of this to further develop and grow their internal L&D offering, to improve performance KPIs.
13:10 Supporting Medication Adherence through Technology
Rachael Forbister, Telehealth Lead and Project Manager, NHS Sunderland CCG
Nathan Downing, Associate – Social Care & Housing, TSA

Medication adherence is a challenge across health, social care and housing; and also an area of significant opportunity through utilising a range of technology to deliver better outcomes for the person, their carers and the services around them.
Led by the North-East TECS Medication working group, TSA have produced a guide to help organisations to better position technology within medication adherence support.
13:25 The Healthy Living Cell: A symbiotic relationship between technology and home design for vulnerable adults
Kelvin Summoogum, Studio Associate, IBI Group
14:00 A breakout session takes place at this time

 

15:30 A breakout session takes place at this time

 

16:30 Close of day 2