Change Management as a Success Factor in the Implementation, Scaling Up and Transfer of Digital Health & Social Care Solutions
A satellite event to the 14th AAATE Conference 2017
Demographic change requires regions to deploy on an increasingly large scale digital health and social care solutions to keep the costs of care sustainable without reducing its quality. Unfortunately, many attempts to develop innovative solutions have shown success at pilot level, but difficulties in the actual deployment stage. The same holds true for the transferability of solutions from one region to another: what works well in one place, might not work well in another.
Among the factors that explain these difficulties there are many that deal with change management and it is clear that digital health and social care solutions are not merely “add-on’s” to existing care plans, pathways and ways of working. Successful deployment requires deep changes in the ways of working of people, and organisations together with new care recipient relationships.
In this seminar, we will assess some of the success factors related to organisational change and how these factors have been managed during the up-scaling and transfer of successful experiences. We will also look at tools that can help to understand how to support implementation, scalability and transferability of digital health and care solutions in the UK and in Europe. We will focus on experiences of person-centred technology deployment that are supporting care recipients in their self-management and independence, including remote monitoring.
- The digital transformation of the health and social care sector: opportunities and challenges
- Change management as a factor for success
- Including change management in your project strategy
- Assess Readiness for Integrated Care
- George Crooks (NHS 24 / Scotland’s national Telehealth and Telecare organisation)
- Cees van Berkel (Philips Health Care)
- Brian Donnelly (CECOPS)
- John Dinsmore (Trinity College Dublin)
- Arlene Astell (University of Reading)
- Donna Henderson (NHS 24, UK)
- Andrea Pavlickova (NHS 24, UK),
- Stuart Anderson (University of Edinburgh, UK),
- Esteban de Manuel Keenoy (Kronikgune, Spain)
- Lundgren (Region of Norrbotten, Sweden).
- David Prendergast (INTEL, Ireland)
- Chairs: Evert-Jan Hoogerwerf & Leo Lewis (AAATE)
The seminar is organized by AAATE and the Horizon 2020 project consortiums ProACT and InLife, with support of the European Commission and the collaboration of EHTEL (European Health Telematics Association), the Scirocco project consortium, ACT@Scale (Tbc) and the European Connected Health Alliance. In addition, other organisations and projects will be showcased during the event. The seminar targets in particular health and social care managers, policymakers at national and regional level, health and social care professionals, project managers, the EIP on AHA community.
At the end of the seminar the participants will:
- have a good understanding of the challenges related to the digital transformation of the health & social care sector;
- have reflected on the opportunities for governments, organisations and care ecosystems to “go digital”;
- have received information on holistic models to self-assess readiness for regions, organisations and ecosystems;
- have had the opportunity to learn from experts leading successful experiences and to discuss with them;
- have had the opportunity to talk to colleagues with similar information and knowledge needs to exchange experiences.
Satellite Event on Change Management: £176.00 (bookable via University of Sheffield)