Ireland & UK Digital Health Ecosystems Conference

21st March 9.00am

“Every Crisis is an opportunity: Providing Digital Health and Care outside the Hospital”

An overview of innovation in Digital Health across Ireland and UK

The conference will focus on the following:
1) services and solutions are being provided remotely/virtually
2) the impact they have on healthcare provision and patient outcomes
3) the training/upskilling of patients, carers and healthcare workers that is required to make the digital transformation of healthcare successful and effective

9.00 Arrive and refreshments

9:30 Brian O’Connor, Chairperson ECHAlliance

9:40 Aidan Browne, Head of Innovation, Dundalk Institute of Technology

‍9.45 Eddie O’Neill, Director COVID Certification Service, Health and Social Care Northern Ireland

Topic: Remote Monitoring and Chronic Disease Management

‍10:00 Cathy Gillen Respiratory Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, and Sarah Nolan COPD Outreach Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda

Topic: Virtual RespiratoryClinics under mPower Programme

10:15 Andy Bleaden, Director Communities, ECHAlliance(overview of the event)

10:20 MargaretWhoriskey, Director Technology EnabledCare, Scottish Government

Topic: VirtualApproaches

10:35 MartinCurley, Professor of Innovation, Maynooth University

Topic: Whatnext for Stay Left Shift Left – making it 10X

10:45 Panel Discussion:What solutions are making impact?

Ø Peter Hansell, Cofounder, Islacare (London)

Ø  Alastair Allen, Chief Technology Officer, Better (London)

Ø  Ian Binks, Sales Director, Orion Health (England)

Ø  Roisin Molloy, CEO/Founder, TriMedika (Northern Ireland)

11:25 – Break

11:40 Rachel Brammer, Director of StakeholderEngagement, Connected Health (Ireland)

11:55 Delyth James, Programme Manager, Digital Health Ecosystem (Wales)

‍12:05  Panel Discussion: What servicesare making impact?

Ø  JenniferNeff, Managing Director/ Co-Founder, Elemental (Northern Ireland)

Ø  Martina Skelly, Co-Founder, Yellow Schedule (Ireland)

Ø  Alex Merckx, Director of Marketing andPartnerships, Cognitant (England)

Ø  Declan Murphy, CEO, Isaac Care (Ireland)

‍13.00Lunch and Networking

14:00 Carl Power, Programme & Business Development Director, dConnect, Digital Health Innovation Hub,Dundalk Institute of Technology

14:10 Breanndán Casey, Education & Outreach Manager, Connected Health and Wellbeing Cluster, Dundalk Institute of Technology

14:20 John Sheehan, ClinicalVice Chair, Irish Digital Health Leadership Steering Group 

Topic: What’s next for Digital Health?

14:35  Natalie Cole, Head of Innovation, Tallaght UniversityHospital

Topic: Framework forProcurement and Deployment of Digital Health Technologies

14:45 Jim McLaughlin, Director, Nanotechnologyand Integrated Bioengineering Centre, Ulster University

Topic: The need for Accelerated Research and Innovation Impact at the Clinical, Academic andIndustry Interface

15:00 AndyBleaden, Communities Director,  ECHAlliance

Topic: Skillsfor Digitised Healthcare, what innovation is happening in the Ecosystem?

15:15  Panel Discussion: Upskilling patients, carers andprofessionals to embrace Digital technologies

Ø  Owen Crawford, Digital Learning Manager, Cardiff University (Wales)

Ø  Theresa Morrison, Chief Operating Officer, Connected Academy, Connected Health Group(Northern Ireland)

Ø  Sheena Asthana, Director of the Plymouth Institute of Health & Care Research, Universityof Plymouth (England)

Ø  Adrienne Stack, Managing Director, StacksPharmacy Group and Digicare (Ireland)

15.45 Collaborative Session: How can wecollaborate across the 5 Nations?

16:15 Closing remarks

 This conference is a partnership between dConnect, Connected Health & Wellbeing Cluster, ECHAlliance and Dundalk Institute of Technology.

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