Agenda

 TIME  AGENDA
09:00 – 09:05 Welcome Remarks by Clariden Global
09:05 – 09:15 Chairman’s Opening Address
09:15 – 9:45 Keynote: Disrupting Medical & Health Care with 5G
Prof-Mischa-Dohler-112x128 Prof Mischa Dohler, Head, Centre for Telecom Research/Fellow, IEEE & Royal Society of Arts, Chair Professor, Dept of Informatics, King’s College London, UK
9:45 – 10:10 What are the real-world healthcare questions  and challenges that need to be answered? From a provider perspective
Dr-Vineta-Bhalla-112x128 Dr Vineta Bhalla, Board Director, London Northwest Health NHS Trust
10:10 – 10:40 Morning Refreshments (Sponsorship Opportunity Available)
10.40 –11.00

Medical Innovations and Digital Health Advances in Ireland

Maria-O'-Loughlin-112x128 Maria O’ Loughlin, Advisor, eHealth Ireland
11:00 – 11:20 Radically reshaping Cancer Care via Machine Learning
Dr-Vaclav-Potesil-112x128

Dr Vaclav Potesil, Co-Founder & CEO, Optellum

11.20 -12.20

Europe Healthcare CEOs, Innovators, Investors Global Forum:

  • Opportunities for New Investments in AI in Healthcare, Medical Innovations, Digital Health and HealthTech
  • What & where are the new Medical Innovations Exemplars?
  • Target projects for new investments or acquisitions
  • Funding Landscape for medical AI & IoT
  • The challenge of achieving optimal patient care outcomes
  • Managing disrupting technologies in medicine
  • Delivering cost-effective healthcare services
  • Thinking outside the box
  • Implementing transformative strategies that work
  • Managing the challenges for integrating technology from different   providers into one healthcare experience for the patient
Ian-Carter-112x128

Ian Carter, Chief Executive Officer, RCSI Hospitals

David-Porter-112x128

David Porter, Managing Partner, Apposite Capital

Andrew-Elder-112x128

Andrew Elder, Partner, Albion Capital

David-Kelnar-112x128

David Kelnar , Investment Director, MMC Ventures

Dr-Ashish-Patel-112x128

Ashish Patel, Director, Mercia Tech

Alan-Edwards-112x128

Alan Edwards, Chairman, Asep Healthcare

Palliative Speaker

Dr Jack Kreindler, Investor & Co-Founder, Centre for Health and Human

Palliative Speaker

Performance/76 Harley Street (invited)

Palliative Speaker

Healthcare Unicorns & StartUps (invited)

Palliative Speaker

Senior Management, Google

12.40 – 14:00

Networking Luncheon (Sponsorship Opportunities Available)

14:00 – 14:30

Use Artificial Intelligence Systems to Build a Living Hospital

  • Explore how technology can create a hospital’s brain, sensory system and caring heart
  • Design a cognitive interface for patients using IBM Watson
  • Deploy entertainment technology to help hospitals relate to patients
  • Consider advances in sensor technology and their roles in modern healthcare settings
Jason-Taylor-112x128 Jason Taylor, General Manager,Innovation Service, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
14:30 – 15:00 Disrupting Drug Discovery with AI
Despite the huge growth of knowledge and information, the process of biomedical discovery has not changed for 50 years.  In the modern world, it impossible for humans alone to process all the complex information potentially available to them for the advancement of scientific research.  For example, a new scientific paper is published every 30 seconds and there are thousands of updates to PubMed every day.  Consequently, only a small fraction of globally generated scientific information can form ‘useable’ knowledge. Mark Davies will present on how AI can offer a solution to this problem and how he believes machine learning technology is changing how new medicines are discovered and developed.  He will also discuss how AI, rather than supplant human intelligence, will, instead, augment it and that such augmentation is indeed essential to solve some of the world’s great scientific challenges, in this case the discovery of new medicines. AI provides experienced scientists with the analytical tools they need to design better compounds faster. Review the state of AI currently being applied to drug discovery through case studies: Both biology forward and clinic backward. Examine some of the challenges with AI, such as explainability vs predictability and handling noise and bias. Explore the future of AI in drug discovery.
Mark-Davies-112x128 Mark Davies, Vice President, Biomedical Informatics, Benevolent AI
15.00-15.20 Smart Textiles, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data enabling p-Healthcare
Professor--Fernando-Seoane-112x128 Professor Fernando Seoane, Associate Professor/RiDE Officer, Department of Clinical Science, Intervention and Technology, Karolinska Institute/Karolinska University Hospital
15.20-15.40 AI in healthcare with a specific focus on Ophthalmology care delivery: Precision Medicine for everyone, every time
Dr-Sameer-Trikha-112x128 Dr Sameer Trikha, Chief Medical Officer, Visulytix, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon specialising in Glaucoma/Cataract, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
15:40 – 15:55 Afternoon Refreshment & Networking (Sponsorship Opportunity Available)
15:55 – 16:10 From Social Listening to Utilization of Digital Health Services
Dr-Richard-Graham-112x128 Dr Richard Graham, Consultant Psychiatrist, Nightingale Hospital, Clinical Lead, London Mental Well-Being Service
16:10 – 16:30 Applying Computational Intelligence & ML for the diagnosis and finding a cure for neurological diseases: the case of Parkinson’s Disease
Reham-Badawy-112x128 Reham Badawy, Neurological Researcher, Verklizan
16.30 – 16.50 The world’s smartest AI Health Information Service: Developing the  Next-generation health information App, combining artificial intelligence (AI) with machine learning technology, using data collected from users to continually improve the personalized healthcare feedback it provides
Dr-Matteo-Berlucchi-112x128 Dr Matteo Berlucchi, CEO & Co-Founder, Your.MD
16:50 – 17:00 Closing Remarks
17:00 Champagne Cocktail Networking Session (Sponsorship Opportunity Available)
Champagne networking session Enjoy a glass of champagne whilst networking with other like-minded individuals on topics that are of most interest to you and fellow delegates.
TIME AGENDA
09:00 – 09:20 Keynote: The Future of Healthcare through AI: Accessible Healthcare to Everyone, Everywhere
How millions of Londoners can have access to accurate health advice within minutes.
Ali-Parsa-112x128 Dr Ali Parsa, Founder & CEO, Babylon Health
09:20- 09:40 Proposed architecture for a Personal Health Record, that focuses on how lifestyle and wellness data can be encoded, saved and used for reporting and analytics
Looking into the possible use of the FHIR standard to capture information about physical activity, sleep, calories burned, blood pressure, glucose level etc.
Alexandru-Matei-112x128 Alexandru Matei, Digital Health Manager, Nuffield Health
09:40 – 10:10 Healthcare Services & Commercial Discovery – leading Pharma’s healthcare transformation
Dr-Samuel-Pygall-112x128 Dr Samuel Pygall, Chief Commercial Discovery Officer, MSD (Merck)
10:10 – 10:30 Morning Refreshments (Sponsorship Opportunity Available)
10.30 – 10.50 Target Architectures to support interoperability, system-wide health intelligence and citizen digital health: Digital Transformation in collaboration with Global Digital Exemplars
Andrew will cover the work he is doing with NHS England both at a national and regional level on Target Architectures to support interoperability, system-wide health intelligence and citizen digital health across a whole health economy. This ties together a number of important themes in digital health but they are often addressed in isolation without sufficient consideration of the underlying technical relationships. This would link in with work of multiple Global Digital Exemplars that NHS England is involved with.
Andrew-Fenton-112x128 Andrew Fenton, Associate Director, Digital Transformation, NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit
10.50 – 11.10 Can we make Surgery autonomous? – The Experience of SurgicalAI
Lancet reported 5 billion people have no access to surgery with 1/3 of deaths could be saved. Surgery AI is aiming to build a Uber-like service for surgery, allowing local doctors to upload medical images, and in a few seconds provide doctors with the best surgery plan and patient specific surgery device. The clinical application can save 40 minutes in procedure, equal to 1000 GBP and UK media called it make surgery “idiot proof”.
Dr-Fangde-Liu-112x128 Dr Fangde Liu, Founder, Surgery AI
11.10 – 11.30 Robots in Care and Medicine & connected healthcare: New Advances
Professor-Noel-Sharkey-112x128 Professor Noel Sharkey, Emeritus Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics & Public Engagement, University of Sheffield, Co-Director, Foundation for Responsible Robotics
11:30 – 12:00 Medical Innovations, Surgery, Robotics & IoT Global Forum
  • Technological Innovation and the Future of Medicine
  • From legacy systems to new tech: the transformation journey and implications for adoption
  • Design challenges for the next generation of computerized decision support
  • Internet of Things in Healthcare and sensing as a service
  • Connected devices for Healthcare
  • Proof of Concept for new HealthTech startups, integrating into the hospital & healthcare ecosystems
  • Use of robotics in revolutionizing healthcare delivery
  • Robotics in the surgical theatre
  • Robots for Autism
  • Soft robotics for aftercare therapy
  • Robotic-human physio for seniors?
  • Automation cost and acceptance
  • Computer vision for early dementia detection
  • Pervasive Computing for Healthcare
Professor-Shafi-Ahmed-112x128 Professor Shafi Ahmed, The Virtual Surgeon/Consultant General, The Royal London and St Bartholomew’s Hospitals, Associate Dean, Barts and The London Medical School
Dafydd-Loughran-112x128 Dafydd Loughran, Clinical Fellowship Lead, NHS Wales
12:00 – 12:40 The Use of AI to transform Social Care
Dr-Mahiben-Maruthappu-112x128 Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, Senior Fellow to CEO of NHS England, NHS England’s Innovation Advisor, Co-founder, NHS Innovation Accelerator, Co-founder, NHS Diabetes Prevention Program
12:40 – 14:00 Lunch and Networking  (Sponsorship Opportunity Available)
14:00 – 14:20 The Use of VR in Medical Training, Education & Therapy
  • How are AR/VR being used in healthcare?
  • Which specialties are most likely to benefit from them?
  • And how is their success being measured?
Steve-Dann-112x128 Steve Dann, CEO, Medical Realities, CEO, Amplified Robots
14:20 – 14:40 Advances in IoT and Wearables in Healthcare
Palliative Speaker Saverio Romeo​, Chief Research Officer​, Internet of Things, Wearable Tech, Smart Solutions, IoT Policy, Beecham Research (invited)
14:40 – 15:00 Medtech Meets Pharma through Regenerative Medicine – the development of human organs
Professor-Alexander-Seifalian-112x128 Professor Alexander Seifalian, Director & Professor of Nanotechnology & Regenerative Medicine, Nanotechnology and Regenerative Medicine Commercialization Centre, The London BioScience Innovation Centre
15:00 – 15:20 Afternoon Refreshment & Networking  (Sponsorship Opportunity Available)
15:20 – 15:40 AI Chatbots:  The new assistant in clinical decision making: A Spanish Hospital case study
  • How the chatbots and conversational voice AI, with Machine Learning algorithm and fuzzy rules, can help in clinical decision making?
  • Case study of AI chatbots in a Spanish hospital
  • How a Chronic Patient AI saves the hospital 1 million Euros a year
  • Electronic delivery of images to patients (Non CD)
Miguel-Cabrer-112x128 Miguel Cabrer, Chief Information Officer, Hospital Universitario Son Espases/Digital Health Expert and Entrepreneur
15:40 – 16:00 How misunderstandings in culture, language and different rhythms of work can be a blocker to collaboration between tech companies, NHS and academics, and what can be done to unblock these obstacles?
Danil-Mikhailov-112x128 Danil Mikhailov, Head of Digital Strategy & Innovation, Wellcome Trust, Tech Lead, Understanding Patient Data Initiative
16.00 – 16.45 Genomics for All?: Advances in Stratified Medicine & Precision Medicine
Kathy-Farndon-112x128 Kathy Farndon, Head of Data and Informatics, Genomics/ Medical Directorate, NHS England/GS1 UK, Lead on Data Stream, 100k Genome Project, UK
Dr-Tom-Fowler-112x128 Dr Tom Fowler, Deputy Chief Scientist and Director of Public Health, Genomics England
16.30 – 16.50 Investments in Precision Medicine, Medical AI & Singularity and Future Longevity Prospects
Dr-Dmitry-Kaminskiy-112x128 Dmitry Kaminskiy, Managing Partner, Deep Knowledge Ventures Managing Trustee, UK, Biogerontology Research Foundation
16:50 – 17:15 Closing Keynote – The Current State of AI and Healthcare: How Machine Learning and AI are revolutionizing Precision Medicine
  • Analyzing large data sets using data mining and Machine Learning
  • Mobile consumer and physician point-of-care application for Precision Medicine
  • How precision-omics/genomics technologies linked to AI can change patient behavior
Michael-Nova-112x128 Dr Michael Nova, Chief Innovation Officer, Pathway Genomics, USA
17.15 – 17.20 Closing Remarks & End of Day 2