Masterclass: health IT Return on Investment (ROI): analysing and reporting the benefits – supported by Imprivata
Join this Health IT ROI masterclass, where we explore analysing and reporting the benefits of implementing digital identity technologies. Learn quantitative and qualitative methodologies, cost-benefit analysis, and effective communication strategies. Gain insights from the Imprivata clinical team and hear about best practice examples from provider side on how access management solutions have not only saved clinicians time but also sped up the adoption of other technology or EMR implementations.
Senior Solutions Marketing Manager – Imprivata
Andy Wilcox, Head of International Product Marketing, Imprivata is an experienced professional with over 17 years of experience managing and developing healthcare technology products and services for international healthcare markets. Based in the UK, Andy has held a range of Product Marketing, Product Management, and Business Development positions in industry leading healthcare technology companies in the UK, driving customer growth and adoption in markets across EMEA and APAC. Andy has worked at Imprivata for over five years and has been instrumental in the development of Imprivata’s Digital Identity Framework.
Chief Nursing & AHP Information Officer – Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Foundation Trust
Martin is the Chief Nursing & AHP Information Officer at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Foundation Trust, and the Clinical Safety Officer, playing a critical role in the digital leadership for our frontline care providers. Martin is a registered Therapeutic Radiographer, and led the digitisation of a major radiotherapy department, before taking on his current role. He was a Topol Digital Fellow in Cohort 2 and has recently been accepted onto Cohort 6 of the Digital Health Leadership course at Imperial College, London. Martin is passionate about how digital tools can improve the safety of care that can be provided, as well as make the working lives of our NHS staff as easy and fulfilling as possible. His most recent project was to lead the deployment of the Imprivata OneSign Single Sign On product across three hospitals, that has already seen benefits including time saving for staff accessing patient data, and improved experience for the staff.
Group CIO – Northern Lincolnshire & Goole NHS FT and Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Shauna is currently the Chief Information Officer & Executive Board member at Northern Lincolnshire & Goole NHS Foundation Trust (NLaG). She has over 15 yrs. experience working in the Canadian Healthcare system. She relocated to the UK in late 2015 to join Frimley Health as their CIO and then went on to be a Partner in Digital Transformation Consulting at South Central & West CSU. The role she held before coming to the UK was Director of Technology & Infrastructure Renewal at a District Health Authority in Canada. In this role she provided leadership for IT infrastructure, facility planning & all construction, commercial leasing, capital planning and clinical engineering across 8 hospitals and 26 community health care centres. Shauna is passionate about the positive impact effective digital transformation can have in the health and care system. As a leader she is grounded in the belief that healthy relationships with people are key to success, in combination with a positive attitude to lead and coach teams to achieve and exceed results and targeted deliverables. This in combination with attention to continuous learning she believes are critical components of being a successful Leader.
Daniel has assumed a range of leadership roles in emergency care provision in both clinical and R&D positions in NHS, Harvard University Hospitals and Health IT industry.
Throughout maintaining his clinical practice, Daniel has occupied management and operational roles directing frontline services to meet the contemporary challenges in healthcare provision. He is also a recipient of a NIHR Clinical Research Fellowship award at Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, King’s College London, researching Emergency Department Overcrowding, Human Factors and Organisation Resilience.
Chief Digital and Information Officer – Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
CIO – Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
July 28 @ 14:20
14:20 — 15:10
Andy Wilcox, Daniel Johnston, Martin Sykes, Shauna McMahon