Southern Institute for
Health Informatics

2006 Conference

Health Informatics and the Chronic Conditions


22nd September 2006

SIHI 2006
Friday 22nd September 2006
Richmond Building
University of Portsmouth
Programme Committee
Venue and directions
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Programme for the day

The programme is provisional and subject to change.

The venue for the conference is the Richmond Building (directions)



Lecture Theatre


Coffee and registration





Session 1: From community to acute

An important aspect of service modernisation is treating patients in the community rather than in the acute sector. The speakers in this session will cover how both sectors are responding to this.

Welcome from Conference chair: Dr Jim Briggs

0935 Keynote Barbara Stuttle Barbara Stuttle, Director of Primary Care and Modernisation at Thurrock PCT and one of the clinical leads for nursing at NHS Connecting for Health, Health Informatics and the Chronic Conditions

1000 Richard Pope Richard Pope, Medical Director of Airedale NHS Trust, Shared records - Shared care

1020 Anoop Chauhan Anoop Chauhan, Consultant Respiratory Physician, St Mary's Hospital, Portsmouth, Morbidity and Mortality in COPD: Construction and Validation of a Clinical Prediction Model

1040 Paul Schmidt Paul Schmidt, Associate Specialist in Acute Medicine at the Medical Assessment Unit in Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, Improving access for medical admissions: the use of computer simulation techniques to improve patient flows


Coffee break





Session 2: Home is where the heart is

How can care be provided to patients in their homes and what effects will that have on service delivery? In this session, the speakers will be looking at what telecare brings to service delivery.

Dick CurrySession chair: Dr Dick Curry

1120 Beverley Castleton Beverly Castleton, Associate Medical Director of North Surrey PCT, Telecare - a new model of managing chronic disease

1140 Steffen Bayer Steffen Beyer, Research Fellow in the Innovation Studies Centre at the Tanaka Business School, Imperial College, Modelling and planning care services for long-term conditions

1200 Adrian Flowerday Adrian Flowerday, Managing Director of Docobo Ltd, Using TeleHealth for managing chronic disease at home and in the community

1220 Tapio Jokinen Tapio Jokinen, CEO and founder of Medixine Ltd, Piloting a multimodal medication management system




Fujitsusponsors of the conference lunch



Session 3: Where we are and where we're going

The state of play - recent initiatives, future plans; joining it all up.

Ajit NarayananSession chair: Prof Ajit Narayanan

1400 Andy Turner Andy Turner, Account Manager with Fujitsu Services, Meeting the challenge of enabling efficient access to secure patient information whilst supporting clinical service redesign

1420 Andy Hadley Andy Hadley, Informatics Programme Manager for East Dorset, South and East Dorset PCT, What are we building to support care for chronic conditions: A view from the Jurassic Coast

1440 Keynote Martin Severs Martin Severs, Chairman of the NHS Information Standards Board, Information Standards and Chronic Disease Management

1510 Keynote Muir Gray Muir Gray, Programmes Director of the UK National Screening Programme, and also Director of Clinical Knowledge, Process and Safety for the National Programme for IT, "Healthcare 2011"

1540 Discussion (if time permits)

1600 approx



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