HTN Digital Week Agenda Sneak Preview

HTN is delighted to announce a sneak preview of the agenda for HTN Digital Week, an innovative week to celebrate, share and showcase your work across healthcare technology. The event takes place 21st July – 25th July and will be completely digital, ranging from webinars, to ebooks, opinion pieces to blogs and videos.

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The Week is supported by Patients Know Best (PKB) a patient-controlled record that is delivered as an Integrated Digital Care Record (IDCR) and patient portal, hosted on the HSCN (N3) network and available on any internet enabled device. To find out more about Patients Know Best please see their Case Study: Care Information Exchange (CIE) here.

We are developing our featured webinars and so far we are delighted to announce webinars from Redcentric, Patients Know Best and Dr Hussain Gandhi and Dr Andrew Foster  who will be talking on their Top 5 clinical apps for UK clinicians, How to use social media as a clinician and Technology to enhance your CPD collection.

We have also confirmed a range of topics to be included as part of HTN Digital Week.

  • Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust & Ingenica Solutions: healthcare efficiency doesn’t have to be rocket science
  • Mental Health Analytics in Wider Devon
  • Streamlining board collaboration at a leading NHS Trust
  • Population Health Management in Kent and Medway
  • NELFTs Agile Working Programme
  • NELFTPressure Ulcer Prevention and Technology
  • North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust is giving clinicians vital information at the point of care to help save lives and reduce costs with the TrakCare EPR from InterSystems
  • Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation and Fortinet have pioneered access to protected Wi-Fi for mental health in-patients
  • CMC: empowering professionals and patients at the point of urgent and end of life care
  • Based on the clinical needs of  frontline clinical staff, Blackpool Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust developed an in-house digital system which replaced traditional ‘white-boards’ on 38 adult wards capturing the patient journey from the point of referral to discharge, providing real time information to standardise clinical practice and improve efficiency within the organisation
  • G-care; Gloucestershire care pathways website; ‘Right care, at the right place, at the right time’
  • Taunton and Somerset Foundation Trust achieved a significant milestone by deploying UK’s first open source electronic patient record from IMS MAXIMS and has since been named a Global Digital Exemplar for the NHS
  • Penrose Surgery and their digitisation journey – Penrose Surgery, a member of NHS Southwark CCG, is already seeing a positive impact by undergoing digitisation of their Lloyd George records
  • Has your App made an impact to clinicians, patients, professionals and organisation?
  • Going paperless at Noble’s Hospital, Isle of Man
  • Tackling access and outcomes in mental health. Ieso Digital Health in partnership with Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust
  • Lancashire Person Record Exchange Service in partnership with Healthcare Gateway, The Medical Interoperability Gateway
  • Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – Real patient benefits from a full EPR (Electronic Patient Records) and medicines management system in under a year
  • Salford CCG have developed a practice support and reporting suite to implement the Salford Standard
  • preGP could save NHSE £2.2Bn by shifting most of the 27% of ‘unnecessary’ GP appointments to more appropriate care including selfcare, pharmacy, nurse and remote consultations. preGP will free up significant primary care resources to reduce pressure on urgent care and improve patient satisfaction and health outcomes
  • CliniTouch Vie is an Enabling, Connecting and Empowering digital point-of-care solution reengineering NHS pathways to cope with the growing problem of multi-morbidity, keeping them out of hospital
  • Changing Health’s programmes, built on 8 years of research funded by the NIHR and MRC, are designed to facilitate a major improvement in public health, by combining digital education on diabetes, diet and exercise alongside personalised lifestyle coaching to help people translate this understanding into action