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Using Agile methods and tools to improve patient outcomes



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About the session

Watch this session to hear exclusive case studies and practical insights from peers who have built transformative services and innovations to address the challenge of improving patient outcomes with Digital Health.

With the participation of Agile Health Informatics, Genomics England, Public Health England & System C, you will learn more about the challenges of improving patient and clinical outcomes during an enlightening panel discussion about using Agile methods and Atlassian tools.

About the panelists

Derek Vaughan,  Valiantys

Derek is Head of Client Propositions and Markets at Valiantys. He has worked in information technology for over 25 years in management, consulting, and programme director roles. The past 8 years have been in the healthcare sector across a variety of digital transformation programmes to improve patient safety and clinical quality.

Tito Castillo, Agile Health Informatics Ltd

Tito is Principal Enterprise Architect and Data Management Consultant with Agile Health Informatics, which he founded after 30 years’ experience of development of IT and data management services in biomedical research and clinical practice. He is Associate Vice-chair for Standards with BCS Health & Care and a Chartered IT Professional.

Averil Franklin Stewart, System C Healthcare

Averil has over 20 years’ experience of working with and for the NHS. Averil manages both ISO 27001 security and ISO 9001 quality certification and has recently successfully achieved ISO 27018 – Personal Identifiable Information in the Cloud. As a SAFe certified release train engineer and product owner; Averil has implemented and coached hundreds of users through Jira & SAFe best practices.

Harvey Neve, Public Health England

Harvey is Head of Digital Products and Transformation at Public Health England and a specialist in leadership and change management having held transformational leadership roles in both the private and public sectors, more recently leading the application of new technologies and adoption of the behavioural change required to realise the benefits of digital transformation. Harvey is also director of Inglefield Consulting who specialises in leadership and culture development. Harvey is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute and a regular blogger/speaker.

Corey Johnson, Genomics England

Corey is squad leader for the ISO13485 engineering quality team at Genomics England. His role is senior project manager, but he also does technical design, software development, and business analysis. HIs current remit at Genomics England is to review all of their engineering practices, from software requirements to development and testing, such that they as an organisation can perform continuous delivery for the NHS.

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