The HSCN Summit South 2018

Tuesday 11th September

QEII Centre, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE

The single supplier, centrally managed 10 year contract for network services known as N3 has now ceased and its replacement, HSCN (Health and Social Care Network), is now live with suppliers already migrating customers from the old network onto the new network.

Event Information

HSCN Summit South 2018, Tuesday 11th September
QEII Centre, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE

The single supplier, centrally managed 10 year contract for network services known as N3 has now ceased and its replacement, HSCN (Health and Social Care Network), is now live with suppliers already migrating customers from the old network onto the new network. The HSCN is designed to support the aspirations set out by the Department of Health and NHS England through the National Information Board – Personalised Care 2020 and NHS England Five Year Forward View. It aims to establish a standards-based approach to network services that will better enable interoperability between health and care organisations and create a competitive marketplace for the supply and consumption of network services.

Following on from the recent highly successful HSCN Summits we are working once again in partnership with the team at NHS Digital to deliver the next two summits. In order to benefit from the momentum that will have built it has been agreed with NHS Digital to stage these summits in September.

In light of this we will be gathering circa 350 stakeholders from the NHS, social care organisations, local authorities and the wider public sector to the 2018 HSCN Summits. These events will be hosted in Westminster and Leeds on the 11th and 18th September.

Previous HSCN Summits have focussed primarily on an introduction to HSCN, technical presentations, plus the migration and procurement processes. The 2018 summits will continue to focus on the migrations and procurement awards process that will be ongoing until at least 2020.  However, we will also be addressing benefit realisation from HSCN via overlay services etc and associated technologies, incident management, plus case study presentations from early adopters.

High level speakers from NHS Digital, CCS and Innopsis will address the delegates in morning and afternoon plenaries. In a new feature for this year’s Summits we will be dispensing with the traditional Q and A session and replacing this with an HSCN Clinic where delegates will be able to talk to the NHS digital team on a range of issues in a relaxed environment at the end of the summit.

If you wish to hear the latest HSCN updates and guidelines, view current case studies, liaise with your peers, meet with a large number of HSCN compliant suppliers or simply address any issues that you may have around your own transition to the HSCN then register now for your FREE public sector place at the official HSCN South Summit 2018.

Conference Agenda

Tuesday 11th September, QEII Centre, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE

09:30 Plenary session 

Michael Bowyer, Innovation and Knowledge Sharing Director, Innopsis

Patrick Clark, Head of Implementation, HSCN Programme, NHS Digital
Introduction and HSCN update

John Matthews, HSCN Commercial Lead, NHS Digital
HSCN procurement update and lessons learned

Graham Hall, HSCN Migration Lead, NHS Digital
The HSCN migration journey 

Dan Parry, Programme Manager, NHS Digital
Customer readiness and NHS Digital support available 

10:45 – 11:15 refreshments and networking
11:15 Delivering HSCN – a public sector case study from a SME perspective
As one of the first Stage 2 compliant HSCN suppliers we have been at the vanguard of delivering the new HSCN to live customers.

We will share our experience of the HSCN procurement process; delivering new connectivity services into the NHS and the migration of services from N3 to HSCN. We will reference customer case studies both large and small, including our specific experience with Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust.

Jeremy Wastie, Head of New Business Public Sector, MLL Telecom
11:35 Empowering the NHS Professional: the digital opportunity and challenge
Care is no longer just delivered in hospitals and GP surgeries. It is moving out into the community and people’s homes. Being able to access information and collaborate at the point of care, regardless of location, is vital. HSCN is a critical enabler, as is the ability to support mobile and fixed connectivity. Our survey last year indicated that 85% of respondents envisage increasing mobile adoption.

We will explore the connected care eco-system and what’s needed to support care outside traditional settings. Using real-life examples, we will look at barriers to adoption and ways that these can be overcome.

Keiron Salt, CIO for Health, BT Enterprise – Major and Public Sector
11:55 Your HSCN – how best to procure?
In this session we will look at the available routes to procure HSCN services, both connectivity and business application services. The session will be relevant to public, third and commercial sector users looking at the most appropriate vehice for your procurement project.

We will also look at the operational side of an HSCN exercise and provide some simple advice to make your procurement successful and economical, with anecdotal detail illustrating various points.

Lynne Magennis, Head of Bid Management and Frameworks, Daisy Group; Frameworks Director, Innopsis
12:15 Multi-party appointments, taking patient communication to the next level
Imagine the possibilities of having your Patient, GP, Consultant and Clinician all together in the same room regardless of location; with simple access from any device this vision is now a virtual possibility, utilising the power of HSCN.
Paul Tsang, Head of Collaboration Solutions, Redcentric

12:35 Building Health and Care Communities with HSCN
In this session we will discuss the business requirements of health and care communities and introduce our Whole Systems Approach model. We will share our thoughts on what the ambitions of HSCN should be and demonstrate some recent implementations in the form of case studies.

Mike Badham, Health & Care Solutions Architect, Cisco

12:55 – 13:40 Lunch and networking

13:40 Are Managed Networks the future of support for healthcare cloud requirements?
With the move to a cloud first strategy now a government requirement, how will network infrastructure to hospitals and primary care trusts evolve in the next 5-10 years to support this?

Paul Martin, Public Sector Network Technical Design Authority, GTT
14:00 A Secure NHS – How the NHS can make better use of technology in a secure way
Security in Healthcare continues to be a huge topic with growing concerns around data, virtual systems and cloud services. According to Reuters, medical records are worth 10 times the value of a stolen credit card number. With the increase of attacker’s sophistication, healthcare organisations must tighten their security and compliance efforts. In our session, we will describe how we have helped our customers do exactly this.

Mark Skelton, Head of Consultancy, OCSL
Tim Richardson, Enterprise Architect,
OCSL

14:20 CCS Network Services – supporting the HSCN through commercial agreements
This session will look at:
– CCS Network Services commercial agreements including HSCN and Network Services 1 and Network Services 2
– A brief overview of our refreshed Technology Expense Management (TEM) offering
– HSCN DPS and Aggregated Procurements experience from a CCS perspective

Tom Falkner, Procurement Operations Lead for Telecommunications, Crown Commercial Service

Rex Williams, HSCN Procurement Lead, Crown Commercial Service

14:40 – 15:10 Refreshments and networking

15:10 Closing session – HSCN Clinic
Your chance to take part in a round table session with NHS Digital, Crown Commercial Service and suppliers

16:00 Conference close

Speakers, agenda and times are subject to change

Speakers

Tuesday 11th September, QEII Centre, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE

Keynote speakers

Michael Bowyer

Conference Chair: Michael Bowyer, Innovation and Knowledge Sharing Director, Innopsis

Michael Bowyer is an industry veteran of twenty-five years working in ICT for the Public Sector.

Today Michael is the Managing Director of Loddiswell Consulting which provides consultancy to vendors on strategic programs and guidance on large infrastructure programs for Public Sector. Prior to that Michael was the Chief Technology Officer and a Director for Siemens Enterprise Communications (Unify) responsible for Unify’s Public Sector Western Cluster strategy and business development.

Currently Michael is the industry lead for Innopsis for the Health and Social Care Network (HSCN). Prior to this Michael previously worked on the industry program that developed the PSN and was on the PSN programme board in the Cabinet Office for 5 years.

Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership

Patrick Clark

Patrick Clark, Head of Implementation Programme HSCN, NHS Digital

Patrick is the Transformation Head for HSCN. He is an experienced stakeholder engagement and transformation lead who has delivered a broad range of major change programmes across Central and Local Government over the last 15 years.

Having left the Cabinet Office in Autumn 2014, Patrick joined the HSCIC Health and Social Care Network Programme to support a number of workstreams, including stakeholder and market engagement, communications, blueprint design and business case development.

Patrick lives in York with his family having previously lived in North London for many years.

Graham Hall

Graham Hall, HSCN Migration Lead, NHS Digital

Graham is the Migration Lead on HSCN working alongside Patrick Clark. He is also a Director at DMW Group Ltd, an expert IT consultancy specialising in infrastructure transformation. He has over 20 years’ experience managing global infrastructure programmes in both the private and public sector with specialist knowledge on network transitions. Graham has held senior IT Transition and Network Manager roles in Nokia, Microsoft and HCL Technologies Ltd.

Graham lives in Hertfordshire with his family and enjoys football and cycling.

Jonathan Hinchliffe, HSCN Migration Programme Manager, NHS Digital

John Matthews

John Matthews, HSCN Commercial Lead, NHS Digital

John works in the NHS Digital Commercial Function, leading on HSCN Access Procurements.

John has worked on a number of national NHS IT programmes since joining the NHS in 2004.  This has involved commercial management of significant national contracts and an ability to work with key strategic suppliers in a fast-paced and complex environment to deliver systems and services to NHS Trusts.

Dan Parry

Dan Parry, Programme Manager, NHS Digital

Dan works in the NHS Digital’s Programme Manager function, leading on HSCN Migration Programme Management across the North of England and Arm’s Length Bodies.

Dan has a background in Digital Transformation & ICT Leadership across the public sector and joined NHS Digital in 2017. His role in NHS Digital, initially focused on Summary Care Record and API Management and more recently HSCN. Dan works with Health and other organisations across the North of England, supporting them from procuring their HSCN services through to migration and cessation of costly legacy infrastructure.

Work session speakers

Mike Badham, Health & Care Solutions Architect, Cisco

With 20 years of Defence and NHS experience behind him, Mike joined Cisco in 2000 and in that time has always worked in the health and care sector with technical, managerial and consultative roles. He is currently responsible for developing Cisco’s strategy and messaging for the UK Healthcare & Local Government markets as well as consulting with customers on an as needed basis.

Mike is the lead author of Cisco’s architectural blueprint for health and care organisations, advocating a business and clinical led approach to strategic IT investment. He is a qualified business architect and is accredited in Enterprise Architecture to industry recognised TOGAF 9.1.

Very happily married with one daughter, Mike enjoys most sports, is a Plymouth Argyle season ticket holder and a keen ‘Munro-bagger’ of mountains in the Scottish Highlands.

Tom Falkner, Procurement Operations Lead for Telecommunications, Crown Commercial Service

Lynne Magennis

Lynne Magennis, Head of Bid Management and Frameworks, Daisy Group, Frameworks Director, Innopsis

Currently, Lynne is Head of Frameworks at Daisy Group, one of the most successful IT and Telecoms Service providers in the UK. She has been instrumental in focusing Daisy on Public Sector and is passionate about enabling organisations to do business easily, economically and remaining fully compliant.

Lynne has a strong track record in obtaining strategic Framework places and winning significant public and private sector tenders.

As a former research scientist, Lynne still holds a patent in fire retardant products, bringing her analytical approach to her IT career.

Lynne lives in Buckinghamshire with her family, dog, 3 horses and allotment.

Paul Martin, Public Sector Network Technical Design Authority, GTT

With close to 15 years’ experience in telecommunications, Paul has extensive hands-on knowledge and experience of managing teams of engineers and delivering and integrating Public Sector Networks. Currently managing GTT’s flagship PSN network covering 25 customer specific core locations including 19 unbundled BT exchanges, Paul consults with and onboard Public Sector service recipients as well as maintaining the MPLS core. With an in depth understanding of global enterprise and UK public sector requirements, Paul offers a long term view on the design and build of present and future solutions. The winner of multiple company awards, Paul is recognised for his dedication and tangible results.

Tim Richardson

Tim Richardson, Enterprise Architect, OCSL

Tim has spent years working with healthcare organisations, ranging from helping with technology implementations to modernise or solve problems to producing transformational technology strategies and programmes, covering end user compute, infrastructure and cloud.

Keiron Salt, CIO for Health, BT Enterprise – Major and Public Sector

Keiron has over 25 years’ experience in large scale ICT solutions, technical and business consultancy and Enterprise Architecture working across Health, Government and Private Sector.

Keiron is BT’s CIO for Health. His role is to ensure BT’s Health customers in the UK are able to innovate and utilise technologies to meet their demands and challenges.

He lives in West Yorkshire, and is married to an NHS Clinical Psychologist. Together they have two young children.

Mark Skelton

Mark Skelton, Head of Consultancy, OCSL

Mark specialises in bridging the gap between business and technology strategies to ensure clients achieve their business goals through technology. He is an expert in cloud, digital and productivity transformation across a wide range of public sector and commercial organisations.

Paul Tsang, Head of Collaboration Solutions, Redcentric

Paul Tsang is Redcentric’s Head of Collaboration Solutions, consulting with organisations on their strategy for their journey from legacy to IP Telephone and Collaborative solutions.

Paul has over 20 years’ experience working with all major PBX platforms as well as legacy technologies and has been responsible for designing solutions from SME to multinationals.

Jeremy Wastie, Head of New Business Public Sector, MLL Telecom

Jeremy joined MLL Telecom in January 2018 bringing with him 24 years’ experience in selling and delivering voice and data communications solutions to both the private and public sectors.

He now leads the New Business team at MLL who are exclusively focused on the Local Authority and NHS markets.  The key drivers for the team are the HSCN agenda and helping Local Authorities realise their digital aspirations through innovative technology and commercial propositions.

Prior to joining MLL Jeremy has worked with some of the leading communications businesses operating in the UK and for the last 12 years has been exclusively working in the Public Sector where he has run numerous client engagements and led teams in shaping opportunity responses.

Jeremy is a strong advocate for ensuring our customers and prospects are getting best value from the public money available.

Rex Williams, HSCN Procurement Operations Lead, Crown Commercial Service

Speakers, agenda and times are subject to change

Exhibitors and Supporters

Title Sponsors

General Sponsors

BT
Sponsor Cisco
Daisy
Exponential
Fortinet logo
gtt logo
K com logo
MLL Telecom
ocsl logo
Redcentric
Sponsor Switchshop

Hotels

Venue Information

Getting here by tube

You can plan your tube journey and buy travel cards online using the Transport for London website.

Westminster Station (0.1 miles)
Lines: Circle, District, Jubilee
Exit the station via Exit 6 through the underground tunnel towards Parliament Square. You will come to street level on Whitehall. Turn left into Parliament Square, cross the road ahead of you then turn right into Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right, directly opposite Westminster Abbey. (This is a step-free station.)

St James Park Station (0.1 miles)
Lines: Circle, District
Take the Broadway exit from the tube station and walk straight down Tothill Street. At the end of this street turn left and you will see the QEII Centre directly in front of you. (This is NOT a step-free station.)

Victoria Station (0.7 miles)
Lines: Circle, District, Victoria
Exit from the front of the station, turn right and walk down Victoria Street. At the end of Victoria Street is Broad Sanctuary, the QEII Centre is on the left, opposite Westminster Abbey. (This is NOT a step-free station.)


Getting here by bicycle
There are many cycle routes across Greater London. To plan the best route for you to get to The QEII Centre visit the Transport for London cycle website.


Getting here by bus
Buses 11,24,53,77a and 88 all stop at Parliament Square. The QEII Centre is just to the west of the square, directly opposite Westminster Abbey. To plan your bus route, use the Transport for London journey planner.


Getting Here By Train
To plan your train journey to London you can use National Rail Enquiries.

There are three mainline rail stations within a mile of the QEII Centre. These are Charing Cross, Victoria and Waterloo. To plan your travel from the other mainline terminals in central London (St Pancras International, King’s Cross, Paddington, Liverpool Street, London Bridge) use the Transport for London journey planner.

Walking from Charing Cross (0.7 miles)
Exit the front of Charing Cross Station and turn left towards Trafalgar Square. Turn left down Whitehall and continue until Parliament Square. Follow Parliament Square around to the right and turn right onto Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right directly opposite Westminster Abbey.

Walking from Victoria (0.7 miles)
Exit the front of Victoria Station, walk across the bus stand area and turn right onto Victoria Street. Continue along Victoria Street until you reach Westminster Abbey. The QEII Centre is on your left, directly opposite the Abbey.

Walking from Waterloo (1 mile)
Exit the station onto York Road. Turn left and walk to the roundabout with County Hall Hotel on your right. Cross York Road and take Westminster Bridge Road on your right. Cross the bridge to Parliament Square and follow Parliament Square around to the right. Turn right onto Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right directly opposite Westminster Abbey.


Getting Here By Air

It will take you 45 minutes to an hour to reach The QEII Centre on public transport from any of London’s airports.

Travelling from Heathrow Airport
Approximate journey time: 1 hour
Take the tube to Green Park on the Piccadilly Line. Change to the Jubilee Line and stop at Westminster.
Alternatively take the Heathrow Express to Paddington, and then take the Circle Line tube to Westminster.

Travelling from Gatwick Airport
Approximate journey time: 45 minutes
Take the Gatwick Express to Victoria Railway Station. The QEII Centre is a 15-minute walk from Victoria via Victoria Street.

Travelling from Stansted Airport
Approximate journey time: 1 hour
Take the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street and then take the Circle Line tube to Westminster tube station.

Travelling from London City Airport
Approximate journey time: 45 minutes
Take the Jubilee Line from the airport to Westminster tube station.

Travelling from Luton Airport
Approximate journey time: 48 minutes
Take one of the special connecting buses from the airport to Luton rail station. Take one of the frequent trains to Kings Cross, and from here take the Circle Line tube to Westminster.


Getting Here By Road

Please be advised that it is quicker and easier to travel to The QEII Centre using public transport and that we are within the congestion charging zone.

Car Parking
The Q-Park Westminster car park is located just a short distance from The QEII Centre in Great College Street, SW1P 3RX. For more information about the car park please visit their website: www.q-park.co.uk.

Event Timetable

Tuesday 11th September, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

0830 to 0930 Registration, refreshments and networking

0930 to 1045 Plenary session

1045 to 1115 Refreshments and networking

1115 to 1135 Presentation 1
1135 to 1155 Presentation 2
1155 to 1215 Presentation 3
1215 to 1235 Presentation 4
1235 to 1225 Presentation 5

1255 to 1340 Lunch and networking

1340 to 1400 Presentation 6
1400 to 1420 Presentation 7
1420 to 1440 Presentation 8

1440 to 1510 Refreshments and networking

1510 to 1600 HSCN Clinic
16:00 (approx) Conference close

Please note times, agenda and speakers are subject to change

Venue & Travel

QEII Centre, London

Broad Sanctuary Westminster London SW1P 3EE

Tel: 020 7798 4000

Fax:

E-mail:

Website: http://www.qeiicentre.london/

QEIICC

QEII Centre is the largest dedicated conference and exhibition space in central London. The venue offers world class facilities for high profile conferences, conventions, exhibitions and corporate events with capacity of up to 2,500 – hosting over 400 national and international events a year.

Situated in the shadow of Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, the Centre is served by outstanding transport links providing easy access to everything London has to offer and is within an hour’s transfer from five international airports.

Travel


Getting here by tube

You can plan your tube journey and buy travel cards online using the Transport for London website.

Westminster Station (0.1 miles)
Lines: Circle, District, Jubilee
Exit the station via Exit 6 through the underground tunnel towards Parliament Square. You will come to street level on Whitehall. Turn left into Parliament Square, cross the road ahead of you then turn right into Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right, directly opposite Westminster Abbey. (This is a step-free station.)

St James Park Station (0.1 miles)
Lines: Circle, District
Take the Broadway exit from the tube station and walk straight down Tothill Street. At the end of this street turn left and you will see the QEII Centre directly in front of you. (This is NOT a step-free station.)

Victoria Station (0.7 miles)
Lines: Circle, District, Victoria
Exit from the front of the station, turn right and walk down Victoria Street. At the end of Victoria Street is Broad Sanctuary, the QEII Centre is on the left, opposite Westminster Abbey. (This is NOT a step-free station.)


Getting here by bicycle
There are many cycle routes across Greater London. To plan the best route for you to get to The QEII Centre visit the Transport for London cycle website.


Getting here by bus
Buses 11,24,53,77a and 88 all stop at Parliament Square. The QEII Centre is just to the west of the square, directly opposite Westminster Abbey. To plan your bus route, use the Transport for London journey planner.


Getting Here By Train
To plan your train journey to London you can use National Rail Enquiries.

There are three mainline rail stations within a mile of the QEII Centre. These are Charing Cross, Victoria and Waterloo. To plan your travel from the other mainline terminals in central London (St Pancras International, King’s Cross, Paddington, Liverpool Street, London Bridge) use the Transport for London journey planner.

Walking from Charing Cross (0.7 miles)
Exit the front of Charing Cross Station and turn left towards Trafalgar Square. Turn left down Whitehall and continue until Parliament Square. Follow Parliament Square around to the right and turn right onto Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right directly opposite Westminster Abbey.

Walking from Victoria (0.7 miles)
Exit the front of Victoria Station, walk across the bus stand area and turn right onto Victoria Street. Continue along Victoria Street until you reach Westminster Abbey. The QEII Centre is on your left, directly opposite the Abbey.

Walking from Waterloo (1 mile)
Exit the station onto York Road. Turn left and walk to the roundabout with County Hall Hotel on your right. Cross York Road and take Westminster Bridge Road on your right. Cross the bridge to Parliament Square and follow Parliament Square around to the right. Turn right onto Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right directly opposite Westminster Abbey.


Getting Here By Air

It will take you 45 minutes to an hour to reach The QEII Centre on public transport from any of London’s airports.

Travelling from Heathrow Airport
Approximate journey time: 1 hour
Take the tube to Green Park on the Piccadilly Line. Change to the Jubilee Line and stop at Westminster.
Alternatively take the Heathrow Express to Paddington, and then take the Circle Line tube to Westminster.

Travelling from Gatwick Airport
Approximate journey time: 45 minutes
Take the Gatwick Express to Victoria Railway Station. The QEII Centre is a 15-minute walk from Victoria via Victoria Street.

Travelling from Stansted Airport
Approximate journey time: 1 hour
Take the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street and then take the Circle Line tube to Westminster tube station.

Travelling from London City Airport
Approximate journey time: 45 minutes
Take the Jubilee Line from the airport to Westminster tube station.

Travelling from Luton Airport
Approximate journey time: 48 minutes
Take one of the special connecting buses from the airport to Luton rail station. Take one of the frequent trains to Kings Cross, and from here take the Circle Line tube to Westminster.


Getting Here By Road

Please be advised that it is quicker and easier to travel to The QEII Centre using public transport and that we are within the congestion charging zone.

Car Parking
The Q-Park Westminster car park is located just a short distance from The QEII Centre in Great College Street, SW1P 3RX. For more information about the car park please visit their website: www.q-park.co.uk.

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