CONNECTED CARE CONFERENCE

29 - 31 January 2018

 CPD Points TBA

Overview

Theme: empowering the patient and clinician through connected healthcare systems and innovative technologies

A brand new addition to the Arab Health congress is the 3 day Connected Care conference. Each day will cover a different theme; digital health, patient telehealth and home & long-term care. Organised by the industry for the industry, the expert advisory board have handpicked the esteemed speaker line up who will be highlighting case studies and discussion points around the healthcare industries most pressing issues including, integration of digital healthcare, EHR, cyber security, remote patient monitoring and patient satisfaction in home healthcare.

What are the main topics covered in this event?

  • Cyber threats and digital health surveillance
  • Connected healthcare and saving lives
  • Remote patient monitoring in medication compliance
  • Better outcomes with long-term patients monitoring
  • Strategy and position of homecare in healthcare delivery

Benefits of Attendance

  • Explore the use and impact of social media on public health surveillance to better help prevent, detect and respond to emergency activities
  • Discover how predictive methodologies are improving the ability to detect an outbreak before it becomes an epidemic
  • Discuss what cyber security measures healthcare providers should implement in order to provide protection of data of their patients and their facilities
  • Determine effective use of therapy services to reduce re-hospitalization in patients currently undergoing home and long term care
  • Review global case studies that demonstrate effective digital health systems and connected care models in order to improve patient outcomes across the regions healthcare facilities

Conference Chair:

  • Dr Aaron Han, Acting Chief Medical Officer, American Hospital, Dubai, UAE 

Co-Chair:

  • Dr Sarper Tanli, CEO, Manzil Health, Dubai, UAE 

Scientific Organising Committee:

  • Dr Ossama Al Hassan, Head of e health, Dubai Health Authority, Dubai, UAE
  • Dr Hapreet Sood, Associate CCIO, NHS England, London, UK
  • Dr Manish Kohli, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • Dr Russell Gann, Director, Ministry of Health, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Disclaimer: The UAE has announced that it will introduce VAT on 1 January 2018 at a rate to be determined (currently expected to be 5%). Any delegate fees for events taking place in 2018 may be subject to this VAT and we are waiting for the legislation to be finalised and further guidance issued. Any applicable VAT will be invoiced in addition to the prices mentioned on the registration form.

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DIGITAL HEALTH

09:00     Opening remarks by the conference chair

               Dr Aaron Han, Chief of Pathology, American Hospital, Dubai, UAE

 

SESSION ONE: GLOBAL CONNECTED HEALTHCARE MODELS

09:10     ASK THE EXPERTS: How to implement and sustain connected care systems to benefit patient outcomes and increase clinician efficiency

               Moderator:

               Dr Aaron Han, Chief of Pathology, American Hospital, Dubai, UAE

               Panellists:

               Dr Sarper Tanli, CEO, Manzil Health, Dubai, UAE

               Dr Osama Al Hassan, Head of e health, Dubai Health Authority, Dubai, UAE

               Dr Hapreet Sood, Associate CCIO, NHS England, London, UK

               Dr Manish Kohli, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE

               Dr Russell Gann, Director, Ministry of Health, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

10:40     Coffee Break

11:10     Keynote: Connecting patients with health care systems globally

               Dr Maan Fares, Vice Chairman of Global Patient Services, and Staff Cardiologist at the Cleveland Clinic Heart and Vascular Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio,                  USA

11:40     Case study: A look at the first fully integrated connected health model

               Dr Zakiuddin Ahmed, Program Director, RAH@H, King Saud University, President & CEO, Digital Care, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

12:10     Case study: Digital health in the UAE

               Stefan Pflaum, VP, Head of CRM Digital Health Services, Siemens Healthineers, Nurnberg, Germany

12:40     Networking lunch

 

SESSION TWO: CLINICIAN EMPOWERMENT

13:40      The BIG debate: how can women really enter into executive roles and drive change in healthcare facilities

                Panellists:

                Cherie Purdue, CIO, American Hospital, Dubai, UAE

                Christina Sochacki, Senior Associate, Healthcare Practice Group, Dubai, UAE

                Stephanie Reel, CIO, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA

14:45     Keynote: How CIOs and CCIOs are enabling healthcare transformation in the NHS

               Dr Hapreet Sood, Associate CCIO, NHS England, London, UK

15:30     Coffee Break

16:00      Patient-engagement frameworks and maturity models: how to build your patient engagement roadmaps and KPIs

                Michael A. Pfeffer, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, UCLA Health System, Los Angeles, California, USA

16:30     Role of Artificial Intelligence & Enterprise Imaging in helping improve care delivery 

               Dr Anjum M Ahmed, Global Director Imaging Information Systems, Agfa HealthCare, Mortsel, Belgium

 

SESSION THREE: HEALTH SURVEILLANCE

17:00     Cyber threats and responses in EMS

               Anthony Smith, Director of Doctrine, EMS, Health Affairs, Ministry of National Guard, Riyadh, KSA

17:30     Ensuring effective cyber security measures in large hospitals

               Cherie Pardue, CIO, American Hospital, Dubai, UAE

18:00     Close of Day One

 

PATIENT TELEHEALTH

SESSION ONE: INTEGRATION & ADOPTION

09:00     Opening remarks by the conference chair

09:10     Keynote: Telehealth initiatives

               C.William Hanson III, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer and Vice President; Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Hospital and University of Pennsylvania,                  Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, USA

09:40     Regulatory considerations for adopting telehealth in the region

               Christina Sochacki, Senior Associate, Healthcare Practice Group, Dubai, UAE

10:10     The role of interoperability in supporting eHealth and connected care initiatives

               Dr Ossama Al Hassan, Head of e health, Dubai Health Authority, Dubai, UAE

10:40     Coffee Break

 

SESSION TWO:  CASE STUDIES - IMPROVING CLINICAL OUTCOMES

11:10     Case study: Revolutionising online GP systems

               Dr Sukhinder Noorpuri, CEO, i-GP, London, UK

11:40     Case Study: How connected healthcare is improving patient care with digital design

               Dr Russell Gann, Director, Ministry of Health, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

12:10      Case study: Developing an e-hospital

               Dr Chaudaury, CIO, Cambridge University Hospitals, Cambridge, UK

12:40     Case study: Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

               Emma Forster, International Partnership Officer, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Northumbria, UK

13:10     Networking lunch           

 

SESSION THREE: INTEGRATED CARE

14:10     ASK the experts: how do we empower the patient whilst ensuring optimum care and experience?

               Dr Sukhinder Noorpuri, CEO, i-GP, London, UK

               Dr Russell Gann, Director, Ministry of Health, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

               Dr Chaudaury, CIO, Cambridge University Hospitals, Cambridge, UK

               Mark Hoffman, Chief Research Information Officer, Children’s Mercy Kansas City, UMKC School of Medicine, Kansas, USA

               Stephanie Reel, Chief Information Officer, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA

15:10     Coffee Break

15:40     Keynote: CHAMP (Cardiac High Acuity Monitoring Programme) nearly-instantaneous in-home monitoring and to improve communication during this                  vulnerable  time

               Mark Hoffman, Chief Research Information Officer, Children’s Mercy Kansas City, UMKC School of Medicine, Kansas, USA

16:10     The continued development of telemedicine - the assurance of quality, accessible healthcare into the future

               Stephanie Reel, Chief Information Officer, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA

16:40     Close of Day Two

HOME AND LONGTERM CARE

09:00       Opening remarks by the conference chair

                 Dr Sarper Tanli, CEO, Manzil Health, Dubai, UAE

 

SESSION ONE: STRATEGY

09:10     Keynote: Strategies and challenges across continuum of care in UAE

               Dr Mohammad Abdulqader Al Redha, Director, The Executive Office for Organizational Transformation, Dubai Healthcare Authority, Dubai, UAE

09:40     Interactive panel discussion: Key to strategic partnerships in homecare: hospital, long term care and homecare relationship

               Panelists:

               Dr Howard Podolsky, Chief Executive Officer, Cambridge Medical & Rehabilitation Centre, Abu Dhabi, UAE

               Dr Mohammad Abdulqader Al Redha, Director, The Executive Office for Organizational Transformation, Dubai Healthcare Authority, Dubai, UAE

               Dr Mohamad Yaman, Chief Medical Officer, Tawam Hospital, Al Ain, UAE

               Dr Haidar Al Yousef, CEO, Health Funding, Dubai, UAE

               Katie Winter, Senior Case Manager - Critical Care, Nursing Quality Department, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE

10:40     Coffee Break

 

SESSION TWO: BUSINESS MODELS

11:10     Value based payment systems

               Robert McCall, Vice President Inpatient Rehabilitation, Spaulding Rehab Network, Boston, USA

11:40     Post-acute care in specialist settings – examples of integrated pathways

               Shokat Akbar, Strategic Developments Director, Caretech, Birmingham, UK

12:10     Case Study: New ways of patient and disease management with levels of nurse interaction

               Adam Odessky, CEO, Sensely, San Francisco, California, USA 

12:40     Networking lunch

 

SESSION THREE: QUALITY, SERVICE AND OUTCOMES

14:40     Health Links: An Ontario, Canada approach to integrated community care for patients with complex needs

               Angie Burden, Vice President, Health System Strategy, Integration and Planning, Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network, Ontario, Canada

15:10     Implementing effective strategies to improve patient experiences in the home care setting

               Laila Al Jassimi, Founder & CEO, Health Beyond Borders, Dubai, UAE

15:40     Coffee Break

16:10     Interactive Panel Discussion: Role of a Clinician in Chronic Disease Management and Telehealth Health

               Moderator:

               Dr Sarper Tanli, Group Chief Executive Officer, Manzil Healthcare Services, UAE

               Panelists:

               Sami Abi Nakhoul, General Manager, Abbvie, Dubai, UAE            

               Dr Tasnim Khan, Disease Management Consultant, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

               Mohannad Al Afandi, Director Home Health Administration, King Fahad Medical City, Riyadh, KSA

16:50     Telethealth and digital therapy in Speech Therapy outcomes

               Goncalo Leal, CEO, Speechcare, Portugal, Lisbon

17:10     Close of conference

CONFERENCE CHAIR:

Dr Aaron Han, Chief of Pathology, American Hospital, Dubai, UAE

 

CO-CHAIR:

Dr Sarper Tanli, CEO, Manzil Health, Dubai, UAE

 

SCIENTIFIC ORGANISING COMMITTEE:

Dr Hapreet Sood, Associate CCIO, NHS England, London, UK

Dr Manish Kohli, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Dr Osama Al Hassan, Head of e health, Dubai Health Authority, Dubai, UAE

Dr Russell Gann, Director, Ministry of Health, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

 

SPEAKER FACULTY:

Adam Odessky, CEO, Sensely, San Francisco, California, USA 

Angie Burden, Vice President, Health System Strategy, Integration and Planning, Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network, Ontario, Canada

Dr Anjum M Ahmed, Global Director Imaging Information Systems, Agfa HealthCare, Mortsel, Belgium

Anthony Smith, Director of Doctrine, EMS, Health Affairs, Ministry of National Guard, Riyadh, KSA

C. William Hanson III, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer and Vice President; Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Hospital and University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, USA

Cherie Purdue, CIO, American Hospital, Dubai, UAE

Christina Sochacki, Senior Associate, Tamimi Group, Dubai, UAE

Goncalo Leal, CEO, Speechcare, Portugal, Lisbon

Dr Haidar Al Yousef, CEO, Health Funding, Dubai, UAE

Dr Howard Podolsky, Chief Executive Officer, Cambridge Medical & Rehabilitation Centre, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Katie Winter, Senior Case Manager - Critical Care, Nursing Quality Department, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Keren Diamond, Chief Operating Officers, Partners Healthcare at Home, Boston, USA

Laila Al Jassimi, Founder & CEO, Health Beyond Borders, Dubai, UAE

Dr Maan Fares, Vice Chairman of Global Patient Services, and Staff Cardiologist at the Cleveland Clinic Heart and Vascular Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Mohannad Al Afandi, Director Home Health Administration, King Fahad Medical City, Riyadh, KSA

Dr Mohamad Yaman, Chief Medical Officer, Tawam Hospital, Al Ain, UAE

Dr Mohammad Abdulqader Al Redha, Director, The Executive Office for Organizational Transformation, Dubai Healthcare Authority, Dubai, UAE

Robert McCall, Vice President Inpatient Rehabilitation, Spaulding Rehab Network, Boston, USA

Shokat Akbar, Strategic Developments Director, Caretech, Birmingham, UK

Stefan Pflaum, VP, Head of CRM Digital Health Services, Siemens Healthineers, Nurnberg, Germany

Stephanie Reel, Chief Information Officer, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA

Dr Sukhinder Noorpuri, CEO, i-GP, London, UK

Dr Tasnim Khan, Disease Management Consultant, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Usama Abdelhamid, Director of Risk Governance, UBS, Dubai, UAE

Dr Zakiuddin Ahmed, Program Director, RAH@H, King Saud University, Riyadh, President & CEO, Digital Care

Dr Ziad Memish, Deputy Minister of Health, Ministry of Health Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, KSA