Join us for our EPR event on 21 February

Join HTN at our one-day online event focusing on electronic patient records!

Taking place on 21 February, the event is open to all to attend – register for your free ticket now to discuss, discover and learn about the latest happenings in health tech.

Through the event, a range of professionals will share thoughts and experiences on different topics around electronic patient records, covering EPR adoption, usability, solutions, business cases and more.

First up at 10am, we have a session with Rod Gamble, director of implementation services at Ideal Health, exploring the total cost of EPR ownership and how to get it right from the beginning to reduce implementation costs.

At 11am, we are joined by Vijay Magon from CCube Solutions for a session on system access to records. This webinar will focus on how integrating the right electronic documents management system (EDMS) with your EPR can help provide a single view of all patient content while enhancing digital workflows right across the patient care pathway. Vijay will explore how the e-signature capabilities of EDMS can enable digital consents, improve patient safety and enhance the patient experience; and how the EDMS can help link medical images, such as endoscopy photos, with the EPR’s imaging reports, rounding out the completeness of an EPR whilst improving clinical governance and safety.

Next up at 12pm, a team from Apira joins us to discuss EPR affordability. We will be joined by Alan Brown (director of professional services); Geoff Broome (director); Richard Scowen (managing consultant and procurement practice lead) ; Claire Doughty (clinical lead and transformation manager); and Kiran Dave (senior consultant and requirements SME).

At 1pm we will be joined by a team from Leeds Teaching Hospitals to hear more about their electronic patient record journey.

Finally, at 2pm we’ll share a special report focusing on lessons learned around EPR business cases, from NHS professionals.

To register your free tickets for this event, click here.