HETT – Healthcare Excellence through Technology
1st – 2nd October 2019, ExCel London
HETT is the UK’s leading healthcare technology event, connecting digital leaders with world-leading health technology innovators, providing real-life case-studies and learnings from expert speakers, as well as making it easier to network with the people that matter – all designed to help drive digital transformation across the healthcare sector.
This one-of-a-kind ecosystem event for the healthcare industry is taking place on 1st – 2nd October 2019 at ExCeL London and will focus on four core streams:
Digitally Empowered Patients
Explore the potential of digital health to transform the patient experience, empowering them to self-monitor, triage remotely and become fully fledged digital citizens.
- IoT, apps and wearables in the home, hospital and community
- How to evaluate digital health products and interventions
- Population health, genomics and precision medicine
- Personal Health Records (PHRs) and improving patient pathways
- Digital inclusivity and human-centric service design
Culture and Implementation
Learn how to overcome the challenges that leaders looking to implement digital transformation are facing. Hear from experts developing strategies to solve the NHS workforce challenge, including how they are breaking down the cultural barriers to the adoption of technology.
- Re-profiling the clinical and IT workforce with digital skills
- Digitally literate procurement and commissioning
- NHS Digital Academy, NHS Leadership Academy and Topol Fellowships
- Succession planning for C-level executives
- The view from the frontline – Nurses, AHPs, Pharmacists and Dentists
Integration and Interoperability
Covering the dual, and often interrelated, topics of systems integration from a technical perspective (legacy IT) and organisational perspective (Integrated Care Systems/Primary Care Networks), this theatre will give you a nuanced grasp of the complex landscape faced by people bringing their systems together.
- Formation of ICSs; creating PCNs; merging CCGs
- Open standards and the interoperability of data
- Standard setting for clinicians and technology users
Local Health and Care Records, Integrated Digital Care Records
Cyber Security and Information Governance across organisations
This theatre will focus on delivering actionable insights into digital transformation from across Primary, Acute and Social care in the form of case studies from ICSs, GDEs, their Fast Followers, and the road maps and blueprints they have produced.
- Applying AI and machine learning to screening, diagnostics and emergency admissions
- Scaling up and spreading success from GDEs and Fast Followers
- Bench marking digital maturity in Acute, Primary and Community care settings
- Disrupting the status quo and engaging with innovators in industry
- Utilising robotics, 5G and future technologies to improve healthcare delivery
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Our next MarketPlace event will be held in parnership with Cambridgeshire County Council. If you work in the health or care industry register below to visit this free event. Any organisation interested in exhibiting please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Cambridgeshire Technology Enabled Care
“Digital Health & Care Innovation”
Tuesday 22nd October 2019
For the second year running Cambridgeshire County Council, in partnership with UKTelehealthcare, are hosting another of their very successful TEC MarketPlace events to raise awareness and encourage the use of Technology Enabled Care (TEC).
This free event is for health and care professionals to support them in delivering the widest choice and range of appropriate digital health and care technology.
- Major suppliers from across Europe and the UK exhibiting the latest health technology products and services
- Informative workshops and presentations
- An opportunity to network and share best practice
- Information about local services and training
- Free parking
|10.15am||Keynote Speaker Charlotte Black – Director of Adults & Safeguarding|
|11.30-12.00pm||Jane Crawford-White – Cambridgeshire County Council
“Next Generation Digital Project – Lessons Learned”
|1.00-1.30pm||Adele Gilpin – LGSS Digital
“Social Care Digital Innovation Project – Outcome of Discovery”
|1.45-2.15pm||Carl Ryan – Essence
“Next Generation Telecare-Machine Learning TECS”
Abilia UK Ltd
ASSA ABLOY Global Solutions
BT & Virgin
CAIR (UK) Ltd
CCC Library Service
Cambridge University Hospital
Connected Care Solutions
Fallsavers/Turun UK Ltd
Green Access Ltd
The Key Safe Company
Tunstall Healthcare UK
London TECS MarketPlace 6th June 2019
UKTelehealthcare, in partnership with CETEC, held a second successful MarketPlace at Barnet & Southgate College on the 6th June.
There were 27 exhibitors demonstrating the latest technology enabled care equipment and services (TECS) and over 100 visitors attended on the day.
Carl Ryan from Essence and Sarah Lenox from Abilia both gave presentations on using technology to keep people independent for longer, and BT and Virgin were on hand to give information and advice on the digital switch over.
At the close of the MarketPlace Firas Sarhan, Director of CETEC, gave a tour of The Living Lab which included a kitchen, bedroom and bathroom all set up with the latest technology for assisted living.
UKTelehealthcare will be partnering with CETEC to provide discounted training and other services for members. Further details will be available here shortly.
Presentations can be viewed in the Members Area and see more pictures below.
In partnership with CETEC – The BSC Centre of Excellence for Technology Enhanced Care
Two members win awards at the show!
UKTelehealthcare partnered with Naidex once again this year to exhibit at the NEC Birmingham on the 26th-27th March. This leading event for products, technology and services dedicated to independent living also included the Smart Home Expo and featured the UK TECS Hub with Canary Care, Friends and Family Alert (Lifemax), MyLiferaft and UKTelehealthcare. Other members exhibiting included Abilia, The Keysafe Company, Tec-Angel and Kemuri.
Gerry Allmark, MD of UKTelehealthcare, gave a presentation on the first day on ‘Independent Living and the Digital Revolution’ which attracted a large audience, and on day two he participated in a panel debate on the impact of technology on the future of care with Nicola Murgatroyd (CEO of MyLiferaft) and Charles Lowe from Humetrix.
Congratulations to TEC-Angel and MyLiferaft who both won awards at Naidex and the Smart Home Expo!
Nigel Mills from TEC-Angel giving his presentation to the panel for the Integrated Home Award and Nigel with Maizee Wilde and the award.
Nicola Murgatroyd from MyLiferaft giving her presentation for the Professional Award for making an outstanding contribution to the care industry and Nicola with the award.
Our February Forums at Hammersmith Town Hall attracted a large number of members on both days with Virgin Media, BT and OFCOM all presenting on the upcoming digital changeover and the latest updates.
BT and Virgin both have test labs where TECS equipment suppliers can take equipment to be tested over IP lines, and both organisations will be keeping members updated on further developments through the All IP section of our website and the All IP on-line forum.
Gavin Bashar, the Managing Director of Tunstall, also presented at our Providers’ Forum with Mark Stratford, their Digital Transformation Director, on Tunstall’s digital transformation strategy.
Two new members, Lynne Arenas from VisitHealth, and Deepak Samson from Connected Care Solutions, also attended the Forums. Lynne told us about VisitHealth, a private healthcare company bringing services to the home or workplace.(https://visithealth.co.uk). Deepak showcased their latest product, ETHEL, a smart device for people with little or no computer skills (https://myethel.co.uk).
The presentations prompted a lot of discussion and there were many questions on the digital changeover from members, but there was still time for some humour!
UKTelehealthcare would like to thank all the presenters who came to the Forums, and especially John Patterson from Hammersmith and Fulham for providing the venue. The presentations are all available on the Members’ Area of our website (you will need to log in). If you need a user account please email email@example.com.
Lisburn & Castlereagh, Belfast
“Inspiring Innovation in Digital Health”
This was our first venture into Northern Ireland and the first telehealthcare event to be held in this region so we were breaking new ground!
The event was opened by the Mayor of Lisburn & Castlereagh, Councillor Uel Mackin, at La Mon Hotel & Country Club on 3rd October and was organised in partnership with Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council and Inspire Business Park.
It attracted a wide audience from the NI Health Trusts across the region and some exciting business opportunities were discussed and future projects explored.
UK Health Show 2018
This year’s UK Health Show held at Excel in London in September featured the UK TECS Hub in partnership with UKTelehealthcare.
The TECS Hub brought together companies providing TECS services and attracted a lot of interest at the show.
UKTelehealthcare members My Liferaft, Sword Health and Kemuri were all featured on the stand and member Frequency Precision were also present at the show.
All UKTelehealthcare members who exhibited had the opportunity to speak at one of the theatres at the UK Health Show.
After the presentations a number of delegates visited the TECS Hub to find out more about the speakers’ organisations.
UKTelehealthcare would like to thank all the staff at GovNet for providing such a brilliant area for us to exhibit and we hope to have the TECS Hub again at next year’s show.
Hackney Smart Care Technology MarketPlace
Over 40 exhibitors showcased the latest cutting edge smart care technology at Hackney Town Hall on the 18th July.
Exhibitors included Amazon Web Services UK, new member SWORD from Portugal and new member MyLiferaft from closer to home on the Isle of Wight!
The event was opened by Tim Shields, Chief Exec of London Borough of Hackney, Simon Galczynski, Head of Adult Social Services, and Gerry Allmark, Managing Director of UKTelehealthcare.
Hackney were launching their Proof of Concepts using Smartcare technology at the event, which was well attended by over 180 delegates.
Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council’s Networking Event at Westminster
UKTelehealthcare were invited to the Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council’s Annual Business & Investment networking reception at the Terrace Pavilion, the Palace of Westminster on Wednesday 18th April 2018, hosted by the Rt. Hon. Sir Jeffrey Donaldson MP.
The event was attended by over 250 guests and showcased some of the local businesses from the Lisburn & Castlereagh area and highlighted the opportunities for business investment there. Lisburn Castlereagh Investment Guide 1819.
The Council are keen to promote health technologies in Northern Ireland and we have organised a UKTelehealthcare event over there this year. See Members’ Events Coming Up.
Left to right – Councillor David Drysdale (Chair of Inspire Business Centre), Julia and Gerry from UKTelehealthcare and Mark Brotherston (CEO of Inspire Business Centre).
Another Successful TECS MarketPlace!
Our Cambridgeshire TECS MarketPlace, held at the Burgess Hall, St. Ives on the 13th March, proved to be easily as popular as our previous Bristol City event.
210 delegates had already pre-registered for the MarketPlace and more visitors attended on the day.
The event was commissioned by Cambridgeshire County Council in partnership with Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG to raise the awareness of technology enabled care services to professionals in social care, health, housing, occupational health and third sector and other related professional interest groups.
Councillor Anna Bailey, Chair of the Adult Social Care Committee and Vicky Main, Head of Operations Access and Short Term Services opened the MarketPlace and both were extremely enthusiastic about delivering technology enabled care services to the residents of Cambridgeshire.
There were presentations by Nicky Green from Pivotell, who have been working in collaboration with Age UK, Jane Crawford-White, Service Development Manager at Cambridgeshire County Council and Sarah Stacey from Just Checking which all proved hugely popular and had “full houses” at each session.
Please click on the links below to dowload the presentations from the MarketPlace:
- Jane Crawford-White – TEC Challenges & Opportunities
- Nicky Green (Pivotell) – Share the Care (Please note this presentation is very large and may take some time to download)
- Sarah Stacey (Just Checking) – Reablement-Task Finding Outcomes
A huge “Thank You” to Lucy Forrest and Diana Mackay from Cambridgeshire County Council for all the hard work they put into helping this MarketPlace to be such a success, and also to all the staff at the Burgess Hall for their assistance.
First Day of the Free Sessions on Digital Transition Awareness Training
Richard Bailey from TeleAlarm presenting to a full house on Tuesday 6th March. The following free session was on the 20th March at Barnet & Southgate College and included a tour of the CETEC Living Lab.
Bristol TECS MarketPlace a Huge Success!
Our Bristol TECS MarketPlace, held at the spectacular Bristol City Hall on the 23rd November, proved hugely popular with both exhibitors and visitors. Delegates were queueing from before 09.30 for the start of the MarketPlace which was opened at 10.00 by Terry Daffer, Service Director at Bristol City Council.
There were 40 exhibitors from all over Europe including the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, Israel, France and Switzerland, displaying the latest technology enabled care services and equipment to more than 180 visitors.
A huge “Thank you” to Tracy Bartlett and Elke Small for all the hard work they put into helping this MarketPlace to be such a success, and also to the Conference Office staff and Reception at City Hall for all their help.
Three very interesting and informative presentations were held at the MarketPlace which attracted such a large audience that there was standing room only:
- Minimising The Risk of Missing People through Partnership Working (Buddi, Bristol ECC & Avon & Somerset Police)
- Realising Digital Health (Andy Morley & Dr. Malcom Fisk)
- Supporting Adults Assessment “Getting the right care to the right people at the right time” (Just Checking) Noric Dorn
London MarketPlace at Barnet and Southgate College
Our London MarketPlace at Barnet & Southgate College, featuring the opening of the CETEC Living Lab, was held on the 5th October with over thirty exhibitors from our Supplier Members.
Some comments from the day:
“There are a lot of very good providers out there and it was heartening to speak with a few of them.
I see the present and future of health and social care very closely linked to new and existing technologies as a key enabler for change and improvement and the work that Southgate College and CETEC are doing to train and equip the health and social care people of the present and future can only be a catalyst for moving that forward.”
London Borough of Enfield)
“May I echo Doug’s thoughts and I felt that there was genuine interest and a buzz.”
Mark Wathen MA(Cantab), MBA, FRSA (Inward Investment Manager, Regeneration and Environment Department)