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Join us live in three weeks’ time for HTN Now April

In three weeks’ time, HTN Now is back for another series of engaging, practical and insightful sessions where we welcome leaders from across health and care to share their work.

Join us for 13 sessions, features and video interviews from 13-16 April, where we cover a range of subject areas including EPR strategies, public facing digital services, change management, EPMA, digital exclusion, transformation strategies, digital identity, maturity and adoption.

To view the session agenda and timings please click here, and if you wish to register please do so here.

Each session will last up to an hour and provides a practical insight into various digital transformation programmes. If you missed any of our previous sessions from the HTN Now series, you can watch our videos here.

Below are six highlights not to be missed:

East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust

In this session we hear about the new ECPR Programme, following its initial roll-out in spring. This programme is funded by £25m investment.

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire’s Integrated Care System

This session focuses on the digital transformation programme working across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire’s Integrated Care System and shares how they set out to revolutionise health and care services on behalf of their local population and professionals. Through co-design and co-production, the NHS App and Patients Know Best (PKB) integration initiative has successfully been delivering the Public Facing Digital Services mandate for empowering local people to better manage their health, to self-care, self-manage and self-serve.

Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust

Discover how Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust formed and work in an LLP partnership with HCI, to produce and deliver digital solutions that now form an integral part of the trust’s 2021 transformation strategy.

Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust

We explore some of the digital programmes at Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust; such as the adoption of Microsoft Teams in clinical as well as non-clinical settings, communications with patients, a check-in app for patient appointments, through to the growing need for multi-agency approaches for addressing digital exclusion. We will also hear about their plans for the future, including a patient portal and electronic patient record.

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust

Find out how the Healthy Together team at Leicestershire Partnership NHS has been using the digital tools at their disposal, including health based websites, digital health and wellbeing forms and text messaging, to reach families, children and young people across Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland.

Ideal Health

Organisations that have successfully delivered digital transformation will tell you that it’s “all about the people, not the technology”. What does this mean in practice? Ideal Health explores the importance of change management in achieving adoption and delivering benefits. From a simple change strategy to developing a change mature organisation, take look at what a “good” transformation journey looks like and how to overcome common challenges.

Find out more of register here.