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2016 Seminar Programme

Tuesday 26 April – Day 1

11:30 - 12:15

How can Nurse Call data help the NHS?

An overview of the data captured by Wireless Nurse Call Systems and give an insight into how it can be used within the NHS to enhance management insight into ward performance and patient safety.

12:25 - 13:10

Hospital Estates & Facilities Innovation – Flexible, Scalable, Connected

As the NHS future of care landscape continues to evolve healthcare estates and facilities need the flexibility to adapt to changing clinical needs.  Chris Needham, Schneider Electric Healthcare Solutions Lead, will discuss the latest technology innovations to help trusts plan for the future by ensuring healthcare estates and facilities are flexible, scalable, and connected.  By adopting these innovations trusts can achieve greater operational efficiency freeing up valuable resources to dedicate to patient care and at the same time improve the staff and patient experience by providing a working environment that is safe and reliable.

14:35 - 15:20

Improving patient experience – Case Study at Chase Farm Hospital

15:45 - 16:30

Have you been getting the best utility prices over the past 5 years and will you in the next?

Over the past 5 years the wholesale cost of electricity and gas has fallen consistently and dramatically.  Much of the Public Sector has adopted a season ahead and/or fixed yearly cost procurement strategy set well in advance of the contract start date.  The consequence of this has been that unit prices paid have been well above that which could have been achieved with a more flexible and innovative approach and without the addition of significant “risk.” This paper will  briefly review the past 5 years and illustrate how today’s alternative procurement and risk management strategies can deliver substantial savings to the Health sector.

Wednesday 27 April – Day 2

11:15 - 12:00

Competency and its effect on Compliance

HTM-00 2014 and how the varying degrees of competency, and potential shortcomings, can effect over compliance within the hospital environment.

13:30 - 14:15

How Business Intelligence and Advanced Analytics can transform your Hospital

  • View full profile for Nimesh InamdarNimesh Inamdar Director of Business Intelligence and Revenue Management - Indigo Parking

Workshop Programme

Tuesday 26 April – Day 1

11:30 - 12:15

Cumberland Initiative – Why Model?

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15:45 - 16:30

Design for dementia

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A presentation and discussion session based on recent research on dementia friendly buildings leading to the creation of a dementia friendly home concept and future demonstrator to assist healthcare and housing sectors deliver a built environment that fully meets the expectations and requirements of those with dementia, their carers and the healthcare system.

 

Wednesday 27 April – Day 2

11:15 - 12:10

Hygiene Challenges? Just Trovex it

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12:10 - 12:55

e-Invoicing in Public Procurement: why PEPPOL?

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• What is PEPPOL?
• Benefits to the public sector community and supply chain
• Results of PEPPOL implementation to date
• What’s next for PEPPOL?

  • View full profile for David EyesDavid Eyes Head of Business Development at Data Interchange and Head of the PEPPOL BD and Marketing work group - OpenPEPPOL
13:30 - 14:15

Creating Energy and Efficiency Savings in a PFI Dominated Estate

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The Countess of Chester Hospital: CEF Framework has piloted an innovative approach to combining proven engineering with new legal structures and it is on target to deliver guaranteed gross savings of over £2m per annum for 15 years for three Trusts. The approach is repeatable and has the potential to create c£25m of savings for the NHS.

  • View full profile for David MackeyDavid Mackey Finance Director - The Carbon and Energy Fund Ltd