Connecting care for continuous health

 

ehi LIVE 2016 / 1,2 November / Stand 1G40 / Hall 1, NEC Birmingham

 



“The one thing that NHS cannot afford to do is to remain a largely non-digital system. It is time to get on with IT.“

 

Was the powerful conclusion of the independent report published by the National Advisory Group on Health Information Technology in England in September1.

 

In order to bridge the £30bn funding gap predicted by The Five Year Forward View by 2020, we believe we must make meaningful innovation the driving force to deliver care efficiently across the health continuum. Technology will be an enabling platform for system-wide transformation  within a truly integrated care system.

 

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Schedule of Philips free conferences

Date and time
Topic
Speakers

1 November

12:00 – 12:30

12:00 – 12:30
12:00 – 12:30
12:00 – 12:30
Leveraging the power of data and partnership working to co-create innovative person-centred solutions for chronic disease management

Jeroen Tas, CEO Connected Care & Health Informatics
 

Lucien Engelen, Director REshape Center for Innovation, Radboud University Medical Center

1 November

14:30 - 15:00
Enabling system-wide transformation with a step change in enabling integration with cloud-based platforms

Dale Wiggins, Vice President and General Manager of the Philips HealthSuite Digital Platform
 

Ian Townend, Lead Enterprise Business Architect, NHS England 

Luke Readman, CIO at Waltham Forest, Newham & Tower Hamlets CCGs

Martin Ellis, Director for Outcomes Based Commissioning, Croydon CCG

2 November

12:45 – 13:30
Embracing Population Health Management at scale – evidence from Liverpool CCG

Maurice Smith, Clinical Director – Living Well, Liverpool CCG


Rupert Hipwell, Director Population Health Management Philips

Cees van Berkel, Principal Scientist at Philips Research

Visit Philips’ stand 1G40 to join the conversation

Date and time
Topic
Speakers
1 November

15:00 - 15:30
Networking champagne reception
All speakers and panellists from the day
1 November

15:45 – 16.15
Digitising Pathology with Philips IntelliSite Solutions
Richard Nicholson, Digital Pathology Sales Director, UK & Ireland
2 November

11:00 – 11:30
Using connected technology to empower individuals to take better control of their health
Nikos Anastasopoulos,  Personal Health Business Development Director
2 November

13:30 – 14:00
Meet the speakers

All speakers and panellists from the day

All speakers and panellists from the day

All speakers and panellists from the day

2 November

14:00 – 14:30
Reducing cost of care and  with Philips Telecare

Eugene Varughese, Senior Director, Home Monitoring International

All speakers and panellists from the day

All speakers and panellists from the day

Got a question?

Tweet your questions @philipshealthuk in advance for our speakers and we will ask them at the meet the speaker events on the stand on 1st November.

Solution highlights

Personal Health Programs

 

Leveraging our expertise in Healthcare, our personal health programs can help you take the small steps to better health.

Enterprise Information Systems

 

Every day, you’re inundated with clinical data. Our healthcare informatics solutions have the power to transform this data into integrated information that can help guide patient care throughout your enterprise.

Supported Self-care

 

Proactive health management centred around the patient has the potential to improve outcomes, enhance patient experience and lower costs.

HomeSafe

 

The CareSage predictive analytics engine, part of our Home Safe solution, is designed to help you identify at risk patients early and to allow you to take proactive action and reduce A&E admissions.

How can you improve the care of one through the care of many?

 

Philips population health predictive algorithms use robust statistical data and deep clinical expertise to detect patterns and predict risks before they happen, leveraging the power of a population to benefit an individual.

How can you provide more continuous care and reduce costs and capacity issues?

 

Philips care coordination and telehealth solutions enable care teams to stay continuously connected to patients at home. Our solutions are designed to ensure at risk patients receive the support they need while helping to prevent costly hospital readmissions.

What can ease the cost and emotional burden of chronic disease?

 

Philips connected digital health tools improve the daily lives of patients coping with chronic diseases by reducing complexity and providing proactive support to keep them healthier, longer.

 

Explore the evidence and lessons learned from Liverpool - thought to be the largest Supported Self-care programme in England at ehi Live.

An open platform for the future of healthcare

The increasing number of devices, exploding volume of data, and growing field of vendors create a dizzying array of options for you. How can you manage immediate needs while remaining open to this growth? Philips HealthSuite digital platform cuts through this complexity. Our open, cloud-based platform is purpose-built for the new era in connected health, as data grows and healthcare expands outside the hospital into our homes and everyday lives.

 

Learn more

An open platform for the future of healthcare

Connecting care with information that matters

Learn how our innovations in healthcare informatics address healthcare issues including clinical decision support, telehealth, interoperability, alarm fatigue, and more.