Right patient, right bed, right time: AI-supported patient flow at Kettering General Hospital
Andy Callow, Group Chief Digital Information Officer, Kettering General Hospital NHS FT
Realising What Good Looks Like in Integrated Care
With the details and timeframes for ‘What Good Looks Like’, ‘Who Pays for What’ and ‘Unified Tech Fund’ now published, our webinar will investigate how well they meet the needs of Integrated Care Systems to accelerate digital and data transformation, and of health and care leaders to drive system-wide planning and delivery.
Jonah Aburrow-Jones, Director – Digital Health Maturity, Strategy and Consulting, Ideal Health
CEO Series: Wirral University Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Published as an interview
Medicines management today – a review of the top 5 current challenges
Robert Tysall-Blay, CEO of CareFlow Medicines Management and Markus Bolton, joint CEO of System C and Graphnet Care Alliance share their views on the world of medicines management in the UK’s healthcare system. Join us for a lively session in which they analyse and discuss the top 5 challenges around medicines management for acute, community and the emerging Integrated Care Systems (ICS).
Digital programmes at Greater Manchester Mental Health – Co-developing digital health software for people with long term conditions
CFHealthHub is a digital self-care and behaviour change platform, extensively co-designed with people with Cystic Fibrosis. It is now embedded in over 60% of adult Cystic Fibrosis units in the UK. We will talk about the development of CFHealthHub from a digital health software perspective and describe how the resulting digital platform can provide adherence and behaviour change support to multiple other long term conditions.
Digital programmes at Moorfields Eye Hospital
At Moorfields, we have made significant progress in implementing and scaling telemedicine services of all types during the pandemic. To continue our momentum as things return to normal, we need to look at how we drive digital transformation of clinical services in the long-term. In this talk we’ll look at a new model to achieve this – a Department of Digital Medicine.
Dr Peter Thomas, CCIO and Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist at Moorfields Eye Hospital
Health Education England Digital Literacy programmes
How digital skills gaps for the healthcare workforce will be identified and the tools and interventions used to offer learning and development to address identified needs.
Factors that can support implementation of a robust digital skills learning and development programme.
Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas, Head of Blended Learning and Digital Literacy Workstream Lead at Health Education England
NHSX: What does a good Blueprint look like?
Join our panel to hear about how Blueprinting will form a core part of the What Good Looks Like ‘support offer’ to Trusts.
Find out more about what makes a really good Blueprint and from Digital Aspirants on their early experiences of capturing and sharing their learning with others.
Global Digital Exemplar Evaluation
The Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) programme was launched in 2016 with the aim of accelerating digitisation across the NHS by investing in selected digitally advanced trusts and sharing their experience and learning across the health system.
Five years on, and as the first sites begin to achieve GDE accreditation for meeting all the requirements of the national programme, the independent evaluation is complete with insights, recommendations, reflections and learning for the health and care sector.
Reflections on the introduction of new clinical functionality within the Electronic Health Record at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
New work completed at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust – new functionality to record clinical observations & paediatric advance warning scores captured within the patient’s electronic health record was introduced to the Children’s Hospital. David Pickles Lead Nurse DIT, Informatics Directorate and Hannah Johnson, Project Implementation and Training Officer describe implementation of this new functionality, sharing reflections on the issues that arose during the rollout.
David Pickles, Lead Nurse Implementation Team, Informatics Directorate, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Arden & Gem CSU and Coventry and Warwickshire Shared Care Record
In this session, Danny Rogers, Programme Director for the Coventry and Warwickshire Shared Care Record, and Jayne Rooke, Healthcare Solutions Programme Manager at NHS Arden & GEM, will share how keeping the shared vision at the centre of the programme enabled partners to successful navigate the challenges of data sharing and contracting.
The first stage of the Shared Care Record has now successfully gone live, with the model no being replicated across neighbouring ICSs, with a West Midlands-wide aspiration.
Interview Series: Niamh McKenna, CIO NHS Resolution
Published as an interview
CEO Series: United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Published as an interview
EPR and digital programmes at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS FT
Mr Graham Walsh, CCIO at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS FT
How digital solutions can support recovery in elective care and improve access to diagnostics and treatments
Inhealthcare’s product director, Jamie Innes, will consider the role remote monitoring and digital healthcare solutions can play in the recovery of elective care as the NHS comes out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jamie will discuss the evolution of “virtual wards” and showcase a range of case studies to demonstrate the impact digital solutions have in the real world.
Healthcare Gateway and Connecting Care digital care record system in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire
Healthcare Gateway and Connecting Care will discuss how interoperability is crucial for connectivity across Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) focusing on interoperability for care homes and prison services.
Liam King, Managing Director, Healthcare Gateway
Natasha Neads, Senior Project Manager SCW
Tracey O’Brien, Digital Consultant SCW