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Health Ageing in China Global Expert Mission Dissemination Webinar: recording and slides now available

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The webinar presented the findings of the output report and gave delegates the opportunity to talk directly with representatives who went on the Mission in a Q&A Session. KTN hosted this event on behalf of Innovate UK and was presented by Sandeep Sandhu, KTN, Hazel Harper, Innovate UK, Paul Burstow, Social Care Institute for Excellence/TEC Services Association, Tao Fu, Cera, Christine Ashbury, WCS Care, Tim Barclay, Appello, Mel Collins, UK Research and Innovation, Chris Born, Department for International Trade, and David Calder, KTN.

To help UK businesses become truly global enterprises through strategic collaboration, Innovate UK launched its Global Expert Missions in October 2017. Delivered by KTN, the missions provide an expert-led evidence base to strengthen Innovate UK’s global investment strategy: how and where it should invest to create UK business opportunities in partnerships with key economies.


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Health Ageing in China Global Expert Mission Dissemination Webinar: recording and slides now available

  1. 1. Healthy Ageing Global Expert Mission in China Dissemination Webinar Protocol • Due to the large number of people registered all participants will be muted. • After testing your speakers, please do remember to connect your audio by using the “Join Audio” icon at the bottom left of the screen or dial in via phone using the number provided in the joining instructions. • If you have any technical problems, please use the chat to seek advice from the host (Poonam Phull). • Please use the Q&A box to type in your questions to the presenters during or after the presentation (do not use this for technical problems). PLEASE NOTE – THE WEBINAR IS BEING RECORDED The recording will be made available via the KTN website
  2. 2. Innovate UK Healthy Ageing Global Expert Mission in China Dissemination Webinar Hosted by Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) Dr Gabriela Juarez Martinez gabriela.juarezmartinez@ktn-uk.org Dr Sandeep Sandhu sandeep.sandhu@ktn-uk.org Dr David Calder david.calder@ktn-uk.org
  3. 3. Healthy Ageing Global Expert Mission in China 14.00: Welcome and introduction – Sandeep Sandhu (KTN) 14.10: Overview of the GEM to China – Hazel Harper (Innovate UK) 14.20: Key findings – Paul Burstow (Social Care Institute for Excellence/TEC Services Association), Tao Fu (Cera Care), Christine Asbury (WCS Care), Tim Barclay (Appello) 14.50: Outcomes – Mel Collins (UK Research & Innovation), Hazel Harper (Innovate UK) 15.00: Support for British business – Chris Born (Department for International Trade) 15.10: Q&A with panellists – David Calder, Gabriela Juarez Martinez (KTN) 15.45: Close
  4. 4. KTN Build connections. Drive Innovation.
  5. 5. KTN International https://ktn-uk.co.uk/programmes/international KTN Health https://ktn-uk.co.uk/interests/health Healthy Ageing in China 2019 GEM report https://admin.ktn- uk.co.uk/app/uploads/2019/08/12_KTN_ChinaHA_v7_Public.pdf KTN Newsletters https://ktn-uk.co.uk/newsletter
  6. 6. Healthy Ageing Global Expert Mission in China 14.00: Welcome and introduction – Sandeep Sandhu (KTN) 14.10: Overview of the GEM to China – Hazel Harper (Innovate UK) 14.20: Key findings – Paul Burstow (Social Care Institute for Excellence/TEC Services Association), Tao Fu (Cera Care), Christine Asbury (WCS Care), Tim Barclay (Appello) 14.50: Outcomes – Mel Collins (UK Research & Innovation), Hazel Harper (Innovate UK) 15.00: Support for British business – Chris Born (Department for International Trade) 15.10: Q&A with panellists – David Calder, Gabriela Juarez Martinez (KTN) 15.45: Close
  7. 7. Hazel Harper Senior Innovation Lead - Healthy Ageing and Digital Technologies Innovate UK
  8. 8. China General Expert Mission March 2019 Hazel Harper Senior Innovation Lead –Healthy Ageing and Digital Technologies
  9. 9. Why China  Ageing is a priority area for both the UK and China.  The pace of population ageing is much faster in China than many other countries.  This demographic shift has moved the burden of disease towards chronic, non-communicable conditions, characterised by the need for long term and complex social/medical interventions.  Similarly the UK’s population of over 65’s is expected to grow to almost a quarter by 2040
  10. 10.  Gather intelligence on the approach to age related challenges.  Understand the efficacy of current solutions in both the cultural and locality (geographical) context.  Identify and examine similarities with age related UK challenges and existing solutions/ approaches.  Feed information into the UK-China Healthy Ageing Flagship Challenge and inform other initiatives. Mission Objectives
  11. 11. Thank you Facebook: Innovate UKTwitter:@InnovateUK YouTube: Innovate UK
  12. 12. Paul Burstow Chairman of Social Care Institute for Excellence & President of TEC Services Association
  13. 13. Paul Burstow
  14. 14. Headlines • China is experiencing rapid ageing as life expectancy rises and, due to the one-child policy, birth rates have fallen. • There are more people over the age of 60 than under 15. • By 2050 China will have the oldest population on the planet, 39% of Chinese people will be over 65. • China is getting old before it gets rich. • China has embarked on a massive expansion of care provision to support family care and help people remain in their own homes. • The policy is to grow the homecare and community care market. In 15 cities, different models of long-term care insurance are being prototyped and the results will feed into a final scheme. • Just one of these pilots, in Shanghai, covers a population about a third the size of the whole UK. • The Chinese care sector has seen explosive growth in services from homecare to retirement communities. https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/apr/10/uk- dithers-over-social-care-china-deliver
  15. 15. The hubs provide social activities and connections, rehabilitation, information and advice as well as respite and early stage dementia care. Publicly funded and owned but privately operated, they are playing a key role in supporting older people in their own homes. One example is a network of more than 200 care hubs that has been established across Shanghai. That includes things like: • smart beds that can monitor sleeping patterns, and enable social connections via a screen that can be used for Skype and other communications; • screening and rehabilitation equipment; and • greater use of motion detectors and AI, to analyse how people walk, or facial analysis, to identify potential risks of falls or stroke. Technology is an important part of China’s plans. https://admin.ktn-uk.co.uk/app/uploads/2019/08/12_KTN_ChinaHA_v7_Public.pdf
  16. 16. Tao Fu Head of Business Improvement Cera Care
  17. 17. Christine Asbury Chief Executive WCS Care
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  27. 27. Tim Barclay CEO Appello
  28. 28. Intro to Appello and my reasons for attending the China Healthy Ageing Expert Mission 28 | 19/05/2020 | IN STRICT COMMERCIAL CONFIDENCE Appello are an innovator and market leader in two important Technology Enabled Care Services (TECS) sectors: • We run the UK’s largest telecare monitoring centre and have the most advanced call handling platform in the industry, supporting c200k elderly & vulnerable people • We are the market leader in Digital Emergency Call Systems (ECS) and have developed a service, Smart Living Solutions (SLS) which provides elderly and vulnerable residents with material improvements in safety, security and wellbeing Reasons for attending: • Keen to see what opportunities existed for UK plc to learn from, and sell to, China in this space • Use my knowledge of what Assistive Technologies/TECS exist, and are of value, to assess the bilateral potential • Already working with Chinese, European and UK TECS/ AT suppliers to create Appello’s best-of-breed solutions, so use that understanding to compare with what we saw
  29. 29. Conclusions 30 | 19/05/2020 | IN STRICT COMMERCIAL CONFIDENCE Lots of similarities between our markets (eg: the ageing opportunity, growth of dementia, resourcing challenges in the care sector) and some major differences (eg: scale, rural vs urban extremes) From low-tech to high tech, they were getting on with it at scale Much, maybe even all, of the tech was known to us, but the difference was it was being deployed and used There was a clear focus on the state and the private pay markets and they were treated as symbiotic Very joined up Government approach between social care and primary care meaning investment considers whole system ROI The need for Care worker training, leadership and smarter resourcing models were very commonly referred to There was a significant appetite to co-develop solutions There were growing data-sets, but more help needed to derive insights There is a great deal of resource to support UK businesses who want to work with China/other countries eg: Innovate UK, TKN, DIT, FCO • But it’s not clearly sign-posted which organisation is best for what support • Partnering with a Chinese organisation appears the most realistic options
  30. 30. Mel Collins Head of Fund for International Collaboration UK Research & Innovation Hazel Harper Senior Innovation Lead - Healthy Ageing and Digital Technologies Innovate UK
  31. 31. Chris Born Senior Healthcare Specialist Healthcare UK Department for International Trade
  32. 32. Healthy Ageing Collaboration: building on optimism How can Healthcare UK help UK companies and organisations in China? Chris Born Senior Healthcare Specialist
  33. 33. Getting ready • Identifying UK China enthusiasts with something special to offer • Identifying potential Chinese customers with a strong need: property developers, health service providers, insurers, digital health and (online) training providers • Testing interest: the DIT China team and specialist visit • Summarising national government policy, economic developments and local initiatives • Maintaining strong government to government relationships
  34. 34. Engaging customers • Small business groups to meet targeted customers in the margins of major events e.g. China Aid, China International Senior Services Expo (CISSE) • Remote engagement: video conferencing, online demos • Incoming visitors and investors • Local agents and partners or WFOE • Identifying and tackling market access and IP issues • Involvement in Prosperity Fund, Flagship Challenge, Newton Fund (UK-China Research and Innovation Partnership Fund) and other research partnerships • Supported by Healthcare UK, Regional Trade Advisers, HMG China team and China Britain Business Council
  35. 35. Register with us…. https://www.great.gov.uk/export-opportunities/
  36. 36. Contact: Chris Born chris.born@trade.gov.uk 07584 395239
  37. 37. Q & A All Speakers
  38. 38. Innovate UK Healthy Ageing Global Expert Mission in China David Calder david.calder@ktn-uk.org Gabriela Juarez Martinez gabriela.juarezmartinez@ktn-uk.org Sandeep Sandhu sandeep.sandhu@ktn-uk.org Hazel Harper hazel.harper@innovateuk.ukri.org

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