By Paul M Taylor, on 16 August 2011
On the 15th September UCL is hosting a symposium to explore how healthcare managers can make better use of information. We have confirmed presentations from Professor Sir Brian Jarman, Professor Terry Young, Dr James Mountford and other high profile thinkers and leaders from industry and the NHS as well as leading academics in informatics and related fields.
The audience will contain managers, including clinical leaders, from across the NHS. The day will provide an opportunity to explore techniques and approaches to understanding and analysing information, to understand where specialist skills and training are required and to discuss what managers need to know in order to really understand what information means.
The day will be entertaining and instructive and is part of an on-going project at UCL to connect the work of Health Informatics specialists with the needs of NHS leaders and decision-makers.
To register for the event go to http://informationinhealthcare.eventbrite.com. Places are limited and will be made available at £50 each on a first come, first served basis.
9:00 am Registration and Welcome
9:30 am Healthcare Information – the Management Challenge Prof. Terry Young, Brunel University
10:00 am Cancer Decision Making: Turning Data into Intelligence Claire Housden, Strategic Funding Manager, Roche Products Ltd
10:30 am Demand Forecasting and Capacity Planning Prof. Martin Utley, UCL
11:00 am Coffee
11:30 am tbc Dr Henry Potts, UCL
12:00 pm A hospital is a collection of people not buildings’ – a Marketing Response to the new Commissioning Landscape Dr Marc Farr, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Trust
12:30 pm Lunch
1:30 pm Management Information – Health Informatics Last Opportunity Simon Mortimore, UCLH NHS Trust
2:00 pm Using Information to Drive Outcomes for Patients and Populations Dr James Mountford and Tony Lezard, UCL Partners
2:30 pm Tea
3:00 pm Hospital mortality outcome measures and aspects of their implementation Prof. Sir Brian Jarman, Imperial College
4:00 pm Closing Remarks Dr Paul Taylor, UCL
4:30 pm Close