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SCAN Health European Procurement Summit 2018

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THE EVENT

The SCAN Health European Procurement Summit 2018 provides a rare opportunity to foster global dialogue and collaboration among key leaders and professionals in North America and Europe to examine the opportunity for innovative procurement models informed by real world evidence to achieve value for health systems globally. Partners and participants from industry, health systems, governments and academia, will bring their unique perspectives to this exclusive event to advance innovation procurement models informed by real world evidence emerging from supply chain infrastructure. Collaboration across global health systems will be explored for the potential to accelerate solutions to real world challenges such as patient safety and health system sustainability, informed by evidence of outcomes that achieves value for global populations. The SCAN Health European Procurement Event is generously hosted by NHS North West Procurement Development as a pre-event opportunity to the Excellence in Supply Awards 2018. These prestigious awards recognize private sector organizations working with the NHS for the delivery of high quality, effective and efficient patient care.

THE EVIDENCE

The one-day event profiles new evidence of innovation procurement practices based on real world evidence emerging from scale supply chain infrastructure across global borders. World renowned speakers from industry, health systems, government and academia share their insights into how supply chain infrastructure creates real world evidence to inform decisions and define value for populations.

THE EXPERIENCE

Interactive presentations facilitated between expert panels and the audience, and breakout networking sessions enable the exchange of knowledge and expertise to build collaboration and leadership capacity across global health systems.

THE HIGHLIGHTS

The exclusive event will include evidence of value of innovation procurement models, product registry collaboration across global jurisdictions to enable post-market surveillance of quality and safety outcomes; the engagement of clinician leadership in supply chain transformation; and the sharing of seminal research on the value, and the impact of integrated data systems and predictive analytics tools.


About SCAN Health

The Supply Chain Advancement Network in Health (SCAN Health) is an International Knowledge Translation Platform funded by the Government of Canada, Networks of Centres of Excellence spanning five countries - Australia, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada. By engaging partners from industry, healthcare, government and academia we advance global capacity to adopt and scale best practices in healthcare supply chain to improve safety, quality and efficiency.

Contact SCAN Health

For more information on the event and sponsorship opportunities please contact Lori Turik, Interim COO, SCAN Health by e-mail at Lori.Turik @uwindsor.ca or phone (416) 407-5262.

Preliminary Event Programme

8:30 – 9:00 | Registration

9:00 – 9:15 | Introduction and Opening Remarks

9:15 – 10:15 | Keynote: Evidence of Impact of Innovation Procurement Models

  • Dr. Anne Snowdon, Scientific Director & CEO, Supply Chain Advancement Network in Health (CAN)

10:15 – 10:45 | Networking Break

10:45 – 12:15 | SCAN Health: Building International Collaboration to Advance Supply Chain Maturity to Inform Innovation Procurement Models in Health Systems

Panelists will examine trends in supply chain maturity in health systems and discuss opportunities for international collaboration across global health systems to disseminate knowledge, building health system capacity for real world evidence and impact on health system performance by leveraging supply chain infrastructure in health systems. Opportunities to engage industry experts, academic teams, health system leaders and government officials to strengthen supply chain maturity across global health systems will be discussed by panel members.

  • Mr. Paul Broadbridge, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Bridge Consulting (AUS)
  • Dr. Kevin Fenton, Director of Health & Wellbeing, Public Health England (UK)
  • Mr. Blain Newton, Executive Vice President, HIMSS Analytics (US)
  • Mr. David O'Toole, President & CEO, Canadian Institute for Health Information (CAN)
  • Dr. Hakim Yadi, Chief Executive Officer, Northern Health Science Alliance Ltd. (UK)


    12:15 – 13:15 | Networking Lunch

    13:15 – 14:30 | International Collaboration Among Global Orthopedic Registries as a Strategic Opportunity to Drive Value for Populations Leveraging Real World Evidence of Outcomes and Value

    This plenary will profile the cross-jurisdiction collaboration between Canada and England to examine supply chain infrastructure (ex. tracking and traceability of joint implants) and health system value by leveraging Orthopedic Joint Registry data and outcomes. The collaboration focuses on creating real world evidence of value for Canadian and UK citizens who have undergone joint replacement surgery. Evidence of value for patients, health systems and evidence to inform manufacturers of product performance for global populations is a key focus of this global collaboration to inform decisions and best outcomes for joint implant surgeries. Opportunities to engage and develop advanced analytics and predictive tools to further inform clinician decisions and health system capacity leveraging international joint registry data will be discussed.

    • Dr. Randy V. Bradley, Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, University of Tennessee (US)
    • Mr. Brian Mangan, Deputy Director, NHS NW Procurement Development (UK)
    • Mr. Jitendra Prasad, Chief Program Officer Contracting, Procurement and Supply Management, Alberta Health Services (CAN)
    • Dr. Phil Turner, Vice President, British Orthopaedic Association (UK)
    • Mr. Greg Webster, Director, Canadian Institute for Health Information (CAN)

    14:30 – 14:45 | Comfort break

    14:45 – 15:45 | Value Based Procurement – An Alternative Approach to Total Cost Reduction, Improved Efficiency and Enhanced Patient Outcomes in the NHS

    In this session, industry and NHS representatives will share their views and experiences as to the challenges and opportunities in adopting value based procurement. Delegates will hear how theory is being put into practice in health systems across Europe, progress made in promoting VBP within the English NHS and practical legal guidance for potential application of VBP practices. Also, hear how the Department of Health Future Operating Model for procurement is encouraging Category Tower Service Providers to consider wider opportunities for costs savings across the patient pathway.

    • Mr. Robert McGough, Partner, Hill Dickinson LLP (UK)
    • Mr. Yves Verboven, Director Access and Economic Policies, Medtech Europe (BEL)
    • Mr. Andrew Smallwood, Head of Sourcing, NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership (UK)
    • Mr. Alan Wain, Interim Chief Operating Officer, Supply Chain Coordination Limited, Management Function of the NHS Supply Chain (UK)

    15:45 – 16:15 | Keynote

    • Mr. Ben Bridgewater, CEO, Health Innovation Manchester (UK)

    16:15 – 16:30 | Conclusion and Closing Remarks


    For more information please contact nwpd.admin@lthtr.nhs.uk

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