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The Future of Work in Health

There is no shortage of material on the potential wonders of new Technology in Health. In this webinar, David Smith of Global Futures and Foresight, and David Lye of SAMI Consulting will identify the limits of technology alone, and identify other changes other changes that will enable us to achieve the maximum health gain and professional fulfilment in the health care of the future.

David A. Smith
David is Chief Executive of Global Futures and Foresight, a Keynote Speaker, Strategist and Author.
He challenges, informs and engages his clients and audiences on the key issues of the near future, in order to stimulate ‘out-of-the-box’ thinking to help organizations generate new visions, strategies, products and services. David’s 30 year diverse business career has made him recognisable as one of the world's leading futurists and strategic thinkers.

David Lye
David is a Director and Fellow of SAMI Consulting, following a 25-year career as a policy-maker, senior manager and innovator in the English health system. He has pursued that interest within SAMI, where his clients have included the General Medical Council, the Academy of Medical Sciences, NHS Providers, the National Institute for Health Research, as well as the European Commission Horizon 2020 Project.

Slides from Webinar of 17 May 2017 by Unlocking Foresight in association with Atkins Global, SAMI Consulting and Global Futures & Foresight.

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20170517 future of work in health

  1. 1. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health The Future of Work in Health Unlocking Foresight 17 May 2017 © 2017 1
  2. 2. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Unlocking Foresight • Strategic Foresight uses the disciplines of anticipatory thinking to develop a range of strategies and plans for the long term view • Unlocking the potential of Strategic Foresight for the benefit of business, government and society, both today and for a better future. • It delivers through services for people in organisations who need to make decisions • Community • The Foresight Hub • Unlocking Foresight Events. © 2017 2 http://unlockingforesight.org info@unlockingforesight.org
  3. 3. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health • Atkins is one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies. We build long-term trusted partnerships to create a world where lives are enriched through the implementation of our ideas. • We are delighted to support the Unlocking Foresight webinar series. • Our Futures programme anticipates the outcomes of megatrends such as climate change, urbanisation and connectivity. It then uses this foresight to plan and design a better future for all. • http://www.atkinsglobal.com/en-GB/angles/all-angles © 2017 3
  4. 4. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Welcome to the Webinar on The Future Of Work In Health David Lye - a Director and Fellow of SAMI Consulting. Following a 25- year career as a policy-maker, senior manager and innovator in the English health system he has pursued that interest within SAMI, where his clients have included the General Medical Council, the Academy of Medical Sciences, NHS Providers, the National Institute for Health Research, as well as the European Commission Horizon 2020 Project. David Smith - Chief Executive of Global Futures and Foresight, a Keynote Speaker, Strategist and Author. He challenges, informs and engages his clients and audiences on the key issues of the near future, in order to stimulate ‘out-of-the-box’ thinking to help organizations generate new visions, strategies, products and services. David’s 30 year diverse business career has made him recognisable as one of the world's leading futurists and strategic thinkers. 4© 2017
  5. 5. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health The Future Of Work In Health Part 1 – What’s driving change in Health? Interval – Questions Part 2 – 10 Challenges for Work in Health Final Questions and Finish © 2017 5
  6. 6. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health The Ageing Population • Over 70s from 8m in 2012, to 13.5m in 2037 • Over 80s from 3m to 6m • Global phenomenon © 2017 6
  7. 7. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health The Growth of Dementia © 2017 7 Source: Alzheimers Society, Dementia UK Update 2014
  8. 8. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Good News on Smoking, Less Good on Obesity © 2017 8 Source: Office of National Statistics
  9. 9. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health The Cost of Obesity • More strokes, heart disease, diabetes • Comorbidities – individuals living with a number of different illnesses © 2017 9 Source: Department of Health, Choosing Health 2004
  10. 10. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Is Illness a Lifestyle Choice? © 2017 10 Source: Public Health England, Strategic Plan 2016
  11. 11. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Social Factors Drive Mental Illness © 2017 11 Source: NHS Digital, Mental Health & Wellbeing in England 2014
  12. 12. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Isolation Breeds Mental Illness • 29% of 26.4m households have single occupants. • To grow by 163,000 a year to 10.9m in 2031. • 40% of all homes. © 2017 12
  13. 13. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health We Want to Be Partners in Our Own Health © 2017 13 Source: Department of Health, Self-Care Support 2007
  14. 14. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health People Trust Online Information • Younger people more likely to trust online information than a health professional • Over half the UK population use the web to self- diagnose © 2017 14 Source: Mintel Consumer Survey 2016
  15. 15. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Connectedness Can Improve Efficiency & Outcomes © 2017 15 Source: NHS England, Whole System Demonstrator Programme
  16. 16. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Genomics – Pharma, Gene Editing © 2017 16
  17. 17. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Reboot: New Organs for Old? • Stem Cell Technology • 3-D printing of human organs is coming • How will it affect human behaviour? • How long will we live? © 2017 17
  18. 18. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Not Everyone is Happy to Share Data © 2017 18
  19. 19. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health UK Impacts of Climate Change • More Illness due to extreme weather events • Risk of sea-level rise • Risks to agriculture and food security © 2017 19 Source: Health Protection Agency, Health Effects of Climate Change in the UK 2012
  20. 20. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Climate Change is Driving Global Risks © 2017 20 Source: World Economic Forum, Global Risks Report 2016
  21. 21. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Urbanisation brings Risks as well as Benefits • Air pollution kills thousands each year • Population Density and housing shortages • Crime, noise and other stress factors… • … Can we be cleaner, greener and more connected? © 2017 21
  22. 22. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Our Economic Future: Looking Good? © 2017 22
  23. 23. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health How Much Health Care Can We Afford? © 2017 23 Source: OECD Statistics 2017
  24. 24. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Are We Getting The Health Care We Paid For? © 2017 24 Source: OECD
  25. 25. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Economics & Health: The Impact of Inequality • 22 years difference in disability-free life expectancy between the wealthiest and the poorest © 2017 25 Source: UCL, Strategic Review of Health Inequalities in England post 2010
  26. 26. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Global Drivers of Instability © 2017 26 Source: DCDC Global Strategic Trends 2007-2036
  27. 27. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health The Impact of Brexit on UK Health Care • 5% of NHS Staff in England come from other EU countries • 10% of doctors in the UK • 4% of nurses • Will they stay? • What would we do without them? © 2017 27
  28. 28. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Any Questions? © 2017 28
  29. 29. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health 10 Challenges for Work in Health 1. What is Health Care? 2. Meeting Different Needs 3. Partnership with Patients 4. Doing Different Jobs 5. Working in Different Places 6. Smashing Silos 7. New Ethics & Values 8. How Equal? 9. A Learning Culture 10. A Human Face © 2017 29
  30. 30. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health What is Health Care? • A Health Service, not an Illness Service • Social Determinants of Health • Health Professionals Engage with others • Health Impact Assessments? © 2017 30
  31. 31. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Meeting Different Needs • Older People/people with comorbidities • Social as well as medical needs • More mental illness • Tsunami of demand, unless we take SOCIAL action © 2017 31
  32. 32. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Partnership with Patients • Patients are experts too • Patients can make life easier (or harder) for health services • Different strokes for different folks – personalized care © 2017 32
  33. 33. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Doing Different Jobs • Technology will replace or transform many roles – radiologists, pharmacists, GPs, nurses, porters and cleaners • Different health needs will demand different skills – managing comorbidity • The dentistry paradigm…. © 2017 33
  34. 34. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Working in Different Places • Service access at the swipe of a screen • More use of primary care • Hospitals as a last resort • Residential Care – want to avoid it, but can we? © 2017 34
  35. 35. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Smashing Silos • Start at the top. Government 1918-style • Fuse health, social and environment regionally and locally • Multidisciplinary working and CPD • The Future is Manchester? © 2017 35
  36. 36. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health New Ethics and Values • How (and when) Do We Die? • Who Gets Access in a Rationed Service (and who gets turned away)? • What gets rationed? © 2017 36
  37. 37. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health How Equal? • Will NHS Principles survive? • If health becomes a commodity, what will it feel like for health workers? • Is there a point at which inequality becomes unethical? © 2017 37
  38. 38. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health A Learning Culture • Learning to love technology • Evidence-based practice – ruthlessly enforced in a cash-strapped service • Learning together – multi-disciplinary and multi-agency. © 2017 38
  39. 39. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health A Human Face No Matter how technology helps us – and we hope it will … … Health is a social service … … And society depends on people © 2017 39
  40. 40. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Any Questions? © 2017 40
  41. 41. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Thank You: Let’s Keep the Conversation Going • https://samiconsulting.wordpress.com/2017/04/04/the-future-of-work-in- health-part-3/ • david.lye@samiconsulting.co.uk • www.samiconsulting.co.uk • david.smith@thegff.com • www.thegff.com © 2017 41
  42. 42. Unlocking Foresight Webinar Series 2: The Future of Work in Health Closing remarks Community https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8354359/profile Foresight Hub http://unlocking-foresight.tizrapublisher.com/ Contact info@unlockingforesight.org © 2017 42

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