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This groundbreaking event focuses on innovations in urgent and emergency care to pioneer excellence in critical times. This is a new annual event from the National Health Executive to bring together those involved in the collective mission to enhance the delivery of urgent and emergency healthcare services.

We’re going to be focusing on system-level resilience, preventing admissions, enabling quicker patient discharge and emergency transport across the range of panel discussions and keynotes.

Over the course of this event, we will explore the latest advancements, best practices, and transformative approaches that are reshaping this aspect of patient care. 


Leaders Debate - Urgent & Emergency Care Recovery

Leaders Debate - System-level Resilience & Surge Planning

Leaders Debate - Preventing Admission

Leaders Debate - Facilitating quicker patient discharge

Leaders Debate -  Ambulances and Patient Transport


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Matt Inada-Kim

Matt Inada-Kim

Consultant Acute Physician

Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Matt is a consultant acute physician and visiting professor at Hampshire Hospitals and the University of Southampton and Clinical Director for Digital Innovation at Wessex AHSN.

His roles at NHS England are as National Clinical Director for Infection Management, AMR and Deterioration; National speciality advisor for sepsis, National clinical lead for COVID pathways/oximetry@home/virtual wards and the Deterioration and Sepsis CQUINs.

He has led the development of a standardised national methodology for assessing the burden of infections and sepsis, their outcomes and improvement.

He co-developed and co-led the implementation of NEWS2 across all hospitals and ambulance trusts nationally, and the deterioration CQUIN that has been implemented across 114 acute trusts and represents a global first in incentivising the optimal management of acutely ill patients most at risk of death.

He co-developed/led on national sepsis, deterioration and COVID clinical pathways in all community/interface settings, developing and then publishing evidence on the home oximetry monitoring strategy (through leading a national community of practice and clinical reference groups) that led to the purchase of 1.2 million oximeters and national implementation within 38 days and across a further 18 countries during the pandemic.

He is currently developing community-based, acute respiratory infection assessment hubs, having published papers demonstrating their effectiveness as integrated care models supporting urgent care and primary care transformation. 363 were set up last winter, seeing over 740,000 patients in 4 months.

HSJ award winner in Sepsis 2019, Deterioration 2020 and Patient Safety 2021


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