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.

A packed programme is currently being developed with challenging debates, thought-provoking presentations, interactive breakout sessions and new interactive zones to inspire, inform and drive forward sector collaboration.

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TSA are Proud to be a member of CPD Certification Services, and are delighted that the 2017 International Technology Enabled Conference has been certified for CPD points.

Following on from the positive feedback from delegates in 2016, we are delighted to have secured former Minister of State for Care Services, Rt Hon Paul Burstow to chair this year’s Conference.

Paul has committed to supporting TSA in developing a full two day programme that offers a strong line up of plenary speakers, complemented by a series of best practice breakout sessions and a range of activities taking place in the interactive zones within the exhibition hall.

Speakers will span across multiple areas of the TEC sector including Health, Housing, Home Care and Social Care.

 

Day 01 Key Timings

Registration opens - 08:00

Exhibition Zone opens - 09:00

Opening Plenary Session - 10:30

Day closes at - 17:30

Gala Dinner

Pre-dinner Drinks from 19:00

Entertainment following the dinner will end at 00:30

Speakers include:

Rt Hon Paul Burstow, Health and care thought leader, former Care Minister

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

Sir David Behan, Chief Executive, CQC

Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, Chair, NHS Confederation

Day 02 Key Timings

Registration and Exhibition Zone opens - 08:00

Opening Plenary Session - 09:30

Day closes at - 16:30

Speakers include:

Rt Hon Paul Burstow, Health and care thought leader, former Care Minister

Dame Philippa Russell, Carer and Vice President, Carers UK

Jonathan Nicholson, CEO, ReachOut

Margaret Willcox, President of the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services

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

Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, TSA

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

Each day of conference will feature a number of breakout sessions, that will address the conference themes of Putting People First.

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

Further information on breakout sessions is coming soon.

Margaret Willcox

President of the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS).. Margaret Willcox has worked in the public sector since 1976 – NHS, Voluntary Sector and Local Authorities. Initially qualified Read more

Jonathan Nicholas

Chief Executive Officer, ReachOut Australia. Jono Nicholas was a founding member of ReachOut when it launched in 1998 as the first digital mental health service in the world a Read more

Shona Robison MSP

Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport. Shona was born in Redcar in 1966. Educated at Alva Academy, she went on to graduate from Glasgow University with a Social Sciences Read more

Relive the 2016 Conference again


More than 700 people representing health, housing, social care, industry and government attended the 2016 International Technology Enabled Care Conference held on the 18th and 19th October at the ICC, Birmingham – the largest dedicated Technology Enabled Care Services (TECS) event in the UK.

Over the two days, an extensive selection of pioneering projects, successful programmes and lessons learned were presented through a variety of plenary content, panel sessions and workshops with dozens of speakers exploring different topics across the digital health and care spectrum.

Health, housing and care policy was all on the agenda. Innovation was a hot topic as well as new care models, GPs in hospitals, hospitals at home, shared records, health apps, virtual care, digital roadmaps, the prospects of joined-up care and more efficient pooled funds.

We heard personal stories from service users on how technology has changed their lives and enabled them to be more independent and live the lives they want to. We heard from industry representatives on how they are achieving breakthrough conversations with commissioners and providers about care closer to home.

And we heard from innovators about new technology, new sensors and apps that can support people with mental health problems, reduce the possibility of falls, and keep people out of hospitals and care homes.

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