Explore our Conference Programme

Day 1

Monday, March 28th, 2022

Day 2

Tuesday, March 29th, 2022

Day 1

View 3 streams of content and presentation below >> Main Auditorium, Innovation Stage, Knowledge & Networking

Click on each session to view details and speaker information, which will help you navigate and plan your time with us at ITEC

09:00 - 17:00

Open for Registration, Exhibition Stand Viewing and Networking

10:00 - 11:15

Opening Plenary

Unlocking Personalised Outcomes

The strategic viewpoint across the UK understanding the forward vision to put people at the heart of care, health, housing and social care reforms and the role technology can play in supporting improved outcomes and a personalised approach to care delivery.


Session Chair: Rt Hon Prof Paul Burstow

Vision and Leadership

11:15 - 11:45

Refreshment Break

11:35 - 12:45

Innovation Stage

Personalisation in Action: England & Wales

Revealing best practice examples of implementation and integration of technology enabled care and partnership working. Hear how co-production of services is successfully embedding TEC service solutions and building a more TEC-informed future, delivering the outcomes people desire.


Session Chair: Alyson Scurfield

Workforce

Benefits Realisation

Empowering Communities

Partnerships

11:45 - 12:30

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

Benefits Realisation, Evaluation and Evidence 

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

Digital Installations – The Best Practice Forum

12:30 - 13:30

Lunch Break

13:00 - 13:50

Innovation Stage

Personalisation in Action

Revealing best practice examples of implementation and integration of technology enabled care and partnership working. Hear how co-production of services is successfully embedding TEC service solutions and building a more TEC-informed future, delivering the outcomes people desire.


Session Chair: Nathan Downing

Workforce

Benefits Realisation

Empowering Communities

Quality Standards

13:00 - 13:45

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

How to deliver transformation at scale and pace

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

Digital by design: How to shape your own digital premium

 

14:00 - 15:15

Plenary

Embedding Personalised Care

This session will delve deeper in to the future of health and care and will look at the formation of the Integrated Care System health and care plan. A panel debate will focus on strengthening safe quality services within the NHS Long Term Plan and will build in resilience for future winter pressures and future pandemic impacts on TEC monitoring and urgent response services, calls for cross-collaboration to mitigate these risks with new referral pathways to reduce demand on 999 services and enhance community based services.


Session Chair: Rt Hon Prof Paul Burstow

Vision and Leadership

14:15 - 15:15

Innovation Stage

People, our Principal Asset: Strengthening Workforces & Partnerships for the Future of TEC

In this session we will explore the need to innovate and diversify our approach for strengthening our workforce for TEC, highlight the TRIBE project – a platform that uses technology to address national care inequality at a local level – and how TSA has developed key industry tools, the Virtual House, Digital Auditing Platform and updates to the Quality Standards Framework and future impacts on the scheme.  Hear from George MacGinnis from UK Research & Innovation on The Healthy Aging trailblazer and the TRIBE programme. Helen Blythe and Samantha Davies from TSA’s Workforce team will give insight into developing the future workforce for care and a demo of the Virtual House with information on the Digital Badges and Learner Journeys.

 

 


Session Chair: Rupert Lawrence

Quality Standards

Partnerships

Workforce

Empowering Communities

Commissioning

15:15 - 15:45

Refreshment Break

15:45 - 16:45

Innovation Stage

Embedding TEC monitoring at the heart of community response 

Reducing pressure on services has never been so critical with an urgent need for integration of response services that cut across health, care and housing. This session will focus on the implementation of appropriate wraparound response enabled by technology and better referral pathways. Hear key developments in supporting TEC providers to refine the procedures and best practice around call triage for crisis situations and how they can best support our colleagues in the Ambulance Services and integration with Integrated Care Systems.


Session Chair: Alyson Scurfield

Quality Standards

Benefits Realisation

Partnerships

16:00 - 16:45

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

A2D Forum: A2D Forum – Overcoming Barriers to Digital Adoption

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

Co-production and Self-Directed Support

Main Auditorium

Innovation Stage

Knowledge and Networking

09:00 - 17:00 - Open for Registration, Exhibition Stand Viewing and Networking
10:00 - 11:15

Opening Plenary

Unlocking Personalised Outcomes

The strategic viewpoint across the UK understanding the forward vision to put people at the heart of care, health, housing and social care reforms and the role technology can play in supporting improved outcomes and a personalised approach to care delivery.


Session Chair: Rt Hon Prof Paul Burstow

Vision and Leadership

11:15 - 11:45 - Refreshment Break
11:35 - 12:45

Innovation Stage

Personalisation in Action: England & Wales

Revealing best practice examples of implementation and integration of technology enabled care and partnership working. Hear how co-production of services is successfully embedding TEC service solutions and building a more TEC-informed future, delivering the outcomes people desire.


Session Chair: Alyson Scurfield

Workforce

Benefits Realisation

Empowering Communities

Partnerships

11:45 - 12:30

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

Benefits Realisation, Evaluation and Evidence 

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

Digital Installations – The Best Practice Forum

12:30 - 13:30 - Lunch Break
13:00 - 13:50

Innovation Stage

Personalisation in Action

Revealing best practice examples of implementation and integration of technology enabled care and partnership working. Hear how co-production of services is successfully embedding TEC service solutions and building a more TEC-informed future, delivering the outcomes people desire.


Session Chair: Nathan Downing

Workforce

Benefits Realisation

Empowering Communities

Quality Standards

13:00 - 13:45

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

How to deliver transformation at scale and pace

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

Digital by design: How to shape your own digital premium

 

14:00 - 15:15

Plenary

Embedding Personalised Care

This session will delve deeper in to the future of health and care and will look at the formation of the Integrated Care System health and care plan. A panel debate will focus on strengthening safe quality services within the NHS Long Term Plan and will build in resilience for future winter pressures and future pandemic impacts on TEC monitoring and urgent response services, calls for cross-collaboration to mitigate these risks with new referral pathways to reduce demand on 999 services and enhance community based services.


Session Chair: Rt Hon Prof Paul Burstow

Vision and Leadership

14:15 - 15:15

Innovation Stage

People, our Principal Asset: Strengthening Workforces & Partnerships for the Future of TEC

In this session we will explore the need to innovate and diversify our approach for strengthening our workforce for TEC, highlight the TRIBE project – a platform that uses technology to address national care inequality at a local level – and how TSA has developed key industry tools, the Virtual House, Digital Auditing Platform and updates to the Quality Standards Framework and future impacts on the scheme.  Hear from George MacGinnis from UK Research & Innovation on The Healthy Aging trailblazer and the TRIBE programme. Helen Blythe and Samantha Davies from TSA’s Workforce team will give insight into developing the future workforce for care and a demo of the Virtual House with information on the Digital Badges and Learner Journeys.

 

 


Session Chair: Rupert Lawrence

Quality Standards

Partnerships

Workforce

Empowering Communities

Commissioning

15:15 - 15:45 - Refreshment Break
15:45 - 16:45

Innovation Stage

Embedding TEC monitoring at the heart of community response 

Reducing pressure on services has never been so critical with an urgent need for integration of response services that cut across health, care and housing. This session will focus on the implementation of appropriate wraparound response enabled by technology and better referral pathways. Hear key developments in supporting TEC providers to refine the procedures and best practice around call triage for crisis situations and how they can best support our colleagues in the Ambulance Services and integration with Integrated Care Systems.


Session Chair: Alyson Scurfield

Quality Standards

Benefits Realisation

Partnerships

16:00 - 16:45

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

A2D Forum: A2D Forum – Overcoming Barriers to Digital Adoption

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

Co-production and Self-Directed Support

Day 2

View 3 streams of content and presentation below >> Main Auditorium, Innovation Stage, Knowledge & Networking

Click on each session to view details and speaker information, which will help you navigate and plan your time with us at ITEC

08:30 - 16:30

Open for Registration, Exhibition Stand Viewing and Networking

09:15 - 10:30

Plenary

Providing the Right Care, in the Right Place at the Right Time

This session explores making every decision about care a decision about housing, and how personalisation of services through technologies can improve outcomes for people and communities. The Adult Social Care white paper referenced the need for better housing models and funding to integrate housing into local health and care strategies. Technology for our Ageing Population: Panel for Innovation (TAPPI) Chair Prof. Roy Sandbach will be launching an exciting innovation fund for Housing, Sponsored by Dunhill Medical to drive the creation of new models of housing.


Session Chair: Sir David Pearson CBE

Vision and Leadership

10:30 - 11:00

Refreshment Break

10:50 - 11:50

Innovation Stage

Housing Ambition – The Home of 2030

Following morning plenary, hear the latest on the development of the TAPPI framework supporting co-production of services, training for workforce and standards. Housing LIN’s Jeremy Porteus will speak about the evaluation and evidence to support these ambitions towards smarter housing provision that is adaptable and person-centred to achieve the outcomes of improved lives and longevity.


Session Chair: Alyson Scurfield

Vision and Leadership

Quality Standards

Workforce

Benefits Realisation

11:00 - 11:45

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

What Does a Good Responder Service Look Like?

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

Quality Driving Personal Outcomes 

12:00 - 13:00

Lunch Break

12:30 - 13:15

Innovation Stage

New Models of Housing

Following on from the launch of the innovation fund for new models of housing, we will be exploring how you can link in with the opportunities and funding now available for the enhancement of housing services.


Session Chair: Professor Roy Sandbach

Leadership and Vision

Workforce

Benefits Realisation

12:40 - 13:25

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

TEC Data to Achieve Population Health Outcomes

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

How Support Sensors Provide Early Benefits for Vulnerable Residents

13:30 - 14:45

Plenary

Unlocking Data Intelligence and Insights

Challenging the status quo of our current data approach, we will explore and debate some of the latest data approaches cutting across health, housing and social care. There is now a pressing need for wider implementation of appropriate data collection, analysis and being interoperable in order to gather the intelligence and insights to provide the best care, choice and control for all.


Session Chair: Sir David Pearson CBE

Vision and Leadership

13:45 - 14:45

Innovation Stage

Innovation, Integration and Improvement in TEC: the Winners’ Stories!

Join the WINNERS of the previous evening’s ITEC Awards to hear the stories and best practice behind their winning innovations and exemplar approach in technology enabled care provision.


Session Chair: Nathan Downing

Vision and Leadership

Benefits Realisation

Workforce

Partnerships

14:45 - 15:15

Refreshment Break

15:05 - 16:00

Innovation Stage

Managing Risk and Future-Proofing the Technology Enabled Care Sector

This session and panel discussion will identify the short, medium and long-term risks to the TEC sector with mitigating actions to ensure the future of TEC services. Hear about the Special Interest Group driving this agenda with reveal of a suite of tools to support you on your Risk, Data and Digital journey as well as the integration of risk management into the Quality Standards Framework to drive quality and safety.

 


Session Chair: Steve Sadler

Interoperability

Commissioning

Quality Standards

15:05 - 15:50

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

The Power of People

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

How to deliver better quality outcomes through proactive and preventative care services

Main Auditorium

Innovation Stage

Knowledge and Networking

08:30 - 16:30 - Open for Registration, Exhibition Stand Viewing and Networking
09:15 - 10:30

Plenary

Providing the Right Care, in the Right Place at the Right Time

This session explores making every decision about care a decision about housing, and how personalisation of services through technologies can improve outcomes for people and communities. The Adult Social Care white paper referenced the need for better housing models and funding to integrate housing into local health and care strategies. Technology for our Ageing Population: Panel for Innovation (TAPPI) Chair Prof. Roy Sandbach will be launching an exciting innovation fund for Housing, Sponsored by Dunhill Medical to drive the creation of new models of housing.


Session Chair: Sir David Pearson CBE

Vision and Leadership

10:30 - 11:00 - Refreshment Break
10:50 - 11:50

Innovation Stage

Housing Ambition – The Home of 2030

Following morning plenary, hear the latest on the development of the TAPPI framework supporting co-production of services, training for workforce and standards. Housing LIN’s Jeremy Porteus will speak about the evaluation and evidence to support these ambitions towards smarter housing provision that is adaptable and person-centred to achieve the outcomes of improved lives and longevity.


Session Chair: Alyson Scurfield

Vision and Leadership

Quality Standards

Workforce

Benefits Realisation

11:00 - 11:45

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

What Does a Good Responder Service Look Like?

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

Quality Driving Personal Outcomes 

12:00 - 13:00 - Lunch Break
12:30 - 13:15

Innovation Stage

New Models of Housing

Following on from the launch of the innovation fund for new models of housing, we will be exploring how you can link in with the opportunities and funding now available for the enhancement of housing services.


Session Chair: Professor Roy Sandbach

Leadership and Vision

Workforce

Benefits Realisation

12:40 - 13:25

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

TEC Data to Achieve Population Health Outcomes

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

How Support Sensors Provide Early Benefits for Vulnerable Residents

13:30 - 14:45

Plenary

Unlocking Data Intelligence and Insights

Challenging the status quo of our current data approach, we will explore and debate some of the latest data approaches cutting across health, housing and social care. There is now a pressing need for wider implementation of appropriate data collection, analysis and being interoperable in order to gather the intelligence and insights to provide the best care, choice and control for all.


Session Chair: Sir David Pearson CBE

Vision and Leadership

13:45 - 14:45

Innovation Stage

Innovation, Integration and Improvement in TEC: the Winners’ Stories!

Join the WINNERS of the previous evening’s ITEC Awards to hear the stories and best practice behind their winning innovations and exemplar approach in technology enabled care provision.


Session Chair: Nathan Downing

Vision and Leadership

Benefits Realisation

Workforce

Partnerships

14:45 - 15:15 - Refreshment Break
15:05 - 16:00

Innovation Stage

Managing Risk and Future-Proofing the Technology Enabled Care Sector

This session and panel discussion will identify the short, medium and long-term risks to the TEC sector with mitigating actions to ensure the future of TEC services. Hear about the Special Interest Group driving this agenda with reveal of a suite of tools to support you on your Risk, Data and Digital journey as well as the integration of risk management into the Quality Standards Framework to drive quality and safety.

 


Session Chair: Steve Sadler

Interoperability

Commissioning

Quality Standards

15:05 - 15:50

Knowledge and Networking Session

Choose one of two topic-based informal sessions with sector experts who will give you the insights and know-how to build out and deliver an outcomes focused TEC service:

ZONE 1: Knowledge & Networking 

The Power of People

ZONE 2: Knowledge & Networking 

How to deliver better quality outcomes through proactive and preventative care services

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