The 19th National Health Summit

February 8th 2023, Croke Park

Morning Plenary

8:45

Welcome from the Chair

Audrey Carville

Audrey Carville

Journalist and Broadcaster, host of Radio 1’s

Morning Ireland

9:00

KEYNOTE:

Why patient time is the most important currency in healthcare

Drawing on his experience in leading systems improvement through culture change in healthcare in New Zealand, Australia, the UK and Ireland, Brian talks about why time, rather than money, is the connecting currency in healthcare and what that means in building a connected system centred around patients.

Brian Dolan OBE

Brian Dolan OBE

Director, Health Service 360, Honorary Professor of Leadership in Healthcare, School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work, University of Salford, Manchester

9:20

Building a healthier future for Ireland

Dr. Ronan Glynn

Dr. Ronan Glynn

Health Sector Lead, EY Ireland

Policy & Leadership

9:40

PANEL DISCUSSION:

Where health policy meets health care 

Is the consensus holding on full implementation of Slaintecare? Our opening panel discusses the benefits and drawbacks of our major reform programme: 

  • What is the impact of current reforms on service delivery? 
  • Is the commitment to free, universal healthcare fully backed by government and political parties? 
  • What are the major factors interfering with our ability to reform healthcare? 
  • What will our reformed healthcare system look like? 
Caitriona Walsh

Caitriona Walsh

President & Managing Director, Novartis Ireland

Sara Burke

Sara Burke

Associate Professor in Health Policy and Management and Director of the Centre for Health Policy and Management, School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin

Prof. Robert Landers

Prof. Robert Landers

President, Irish Hospital Consultants Association (IHCA)

David Cullinane TD

David Cullinane TD

Sinn Fein party spokesperson on Health

10:20

Morning break

Choose your track

STREAM 1: Policy & Leadership cont

STREAM 2: Integrated Care

STREAM 3 – Innovation on the frontline

1:00

Lunch break

AFTERNOON PLENARY

2:00

Welcome back from the Chair

Audrey Carville

Audrey Carville

Journalist and Broadcaster, host of Radio 1’s

Morning Ireland

2:10

In conversation with…

Stephen Mulvany

Stephen Mulvany

Interim Chief Executive Officer, HSE

2:30

Breakthroughs that change patients’ lives

Deb Mangone

Deb Mangone

Country Manager, Pfizer Healthcare Ireland

2:50

Transforming healthcare delivery: Leveraging virtual wards and proactive care in the post-pandemic era

How a new virtual ward model improves the quality of and access to care for our patients, while also reducing costs and making healthcare more convenient and efficient

David Wall

David Wall

Chief Information Officer, Tallaght University Hospital

3:05

PANEL DISCUSSION:

Healthcare delivery in a world transformed by crisis: What will the new reality look like?

  • The rising cost of living and a fall in living standards: What does it mean for the healthcare system?
  • The lasting impact of the pandemic, what will healthcare look like by the end of the decade?
  • What has Covid revealed about innovation in the HSE?
Dr Thorsten Giesecke

Dr Thorsten Giesecke

General Manager, Commercial Business, Janssen Sciences Ireland UC

Derek O’Keeffe

Derek O’Keeffe

Consultant Physician, Galway University Hospitals, Engineer, Professor of Medical Devices, University of Galway

Roisin Shorthall, TD

Roisin Shorthall, TD

Co-founder and Co-leader and spokesperson on Health, The Social Democrats

Dr. Philip Crowley

Dr. Philip Crowley

Acting National Co-Lead Public Health Response to COVID-19 and National Director Quality Improvement, Office of the Chief Clinical Officer, HSE

3:45

Wrap up and closing remark