What’s on at the International Technology Enabled Care Conference 2017


The annual leading Technology Enabled Care (TEC) and digital health sector event will be returning bigger and better in October 2017.

The 2017 International Technology Enabled Care Conference will focus on the theme ‘Putting People First: Practical solutions and inspirational ideas from the experts’ and will bring together organisational leaders and audiences across government, health, social care, housing, home care, industry, third sector and more.

Plenary Sessions

• Official launch of TSA’s Analogue to Digital White Paper
• Integrated care: Quality and Safety
• Putting People First
• Digital Leadership

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TSA is Proud to be a member of CPD Certification Services, and is delighted that ITEC 2017 has been certified for CPD points.

Please see below the summary programme for conference plenary sessions, to view a full plenary programme click here.

Day 01 08:00 - Registration opens

09:00 - Exhibition Zone opens

10:30 - Opening Plenary Session

A welcome to the 2017 International Technology Enabled Care Conference
Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, TSA

People are the purpose, not the problem: making sure tech makes lives better
Mark Brown, Development Director at Social Spider and Former editor of mental health magazine One in Four.

A Welcome from the Conference Chair
Rt Hon Paul Burstow, President, TSA

Care Technology: Managing the shift to digital - The Launch of the TSA White Paper
Rt Hon Paul Burstow, President, TSA

Shona Robison MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing, and Sport, Scottish Government

11:30 - Refreshments, Exhibition Zone and Networking

12:00 - Plenary Session

Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, Chair NHS Confederation

Sir David Behan, Chief Executive, Care Quality Commission

Anne Cooper, Chief Nurse, NHS Digital

13:00 - Lunch, Exhibition Zone and Networking

14:00 - Breakout Sessions

Attendees have the choice to attend the session that best suits their requirements

15:00 - Refreshments, Exhibition Zone and Networking

15:40 - Plenary Session

Plenary Session – A Digital Future for TEC: Connecting People and Improving Lives

16:50 - The Driving Digital Challenge 2017

Join us in the exhibition zone to hear about the latest innovations that are shaping the future of Technology Enabled Care

17:30 - Close of day 1

19:00 - 2017 Gala Dinner

Held at the ICC, pre-dinner drinks will commence from 19:00 and the evening is expected to close at 01:00

The evening will feature the 2017 Crystal Awards, the winner of the Driving Digital Challenge and 2017’s Quality Standards Framework Accreditation’s.

Music and dancing will follow the awards and the evening is set to end at 01:00

Dress code for the evening is Black Tie optional

Day 02 08:00 - Refreshments, Exhibition Zone and Networking

09:30 - Plenary Session

Reflection on day one and a chance to look forward at the day ahead
Rt Hon Paul Burstow, President, TSA

Dame Philippa Russell, Carer and Vice President, Carers UK

Jono Nicholas, CEO, ReachOut Australia

Margaret Willcox, President, ADASS

10:55 - Refreshments, Exhibition Zone and Networking

11:30 - Plenary Session

Beverley Bryant, Chief Operating Officer, System C & Graphnet Care Alliance

Dr Liz Mear, Chair, AHSN Network and Chief Executive, Innovation Agency

TSA`s Ambitions to 2020
Rt Hon Paul Burstow, President, TSA
Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, TSA

12:35 - Lunch, Exhibition Zone and Networking

14:00 - Breakout Sessions

Attendees have the choice to attend the session that best suits their requirements

15:00 - Refreshments, Exhibition Zone and Networking

15:30 - Breakout Sessions

Attendees have the choice to attend the session that best suits their requirements

16:30 - Close of day 2

Interactive Zones

Located in the exhibition zone at the heart of conference.

Interactive zones are designed to run alongside the conference programme and will feature:

Short presentaions highlighting the latest TEC innovations

Networking Oportunities

Hands on testing of the latest Health and Care Apps

The interactive zones will give delegates more freedom in shaping their conference experience.

Breakout Sessions

Breakout sessions have been designed to be as interactive as possible and will highlight best practice examples of Technology Enabled Care in Practice.

Breakout sessions that will address the overarching theme Putting People First, and will include sessions on:

The Bigger Picture – Leading services in challenging times the role of technology enabled better services

What are the latest developments and trends in delivering whole system change and new models of care.

Predictive and proactive care

Mental health: What role for TEC and digital health

Action on the frontline: how putting people first is creating opportunities for TEC

New routes to market

Find out more about breakout sessions

Keith McNeil

Chief Clinical Information Officer Health and Social Care, NHS England. An internationally recognised expert in the fields of lung transplantation and pulmonary vascular disease, Keith was appointed as Read more

Dame Philippa Russell

Carer and Vice President, Carers UK. Dame Philippa Russell DBE chaired the Government’s Standing Commission on Carers for six years. She is Vice-President of Carers Read more

Huw Saunders

Director, Network Infrastructure, SITE. Huw Saunders has been in the Telecommunications industry for over 35 years working for equipment vendors, telco/service providers, Read more

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