Join HTN and colleagues on 17 May for a one-day online event focused on digital Integrated Care Systems.
The conference will provide a place to share innovations that can support digital ICSs, and hear from digital leaders who will discuss how they are tackling some of the challenges, sharing some of their approaches to system-wide working.
We’re currently developing the agenda for the day, to get involved in the event, please email email@example.com
Working with digital suppliers: How ready is your ICS?
9:00 – 10:00
As a digital supplier to organisations across both primary and secondary care, we understand the challenges ICSs will face in delivering joined-up, system-wide working through digital technologies. In this session, accuRx will run through the questions ICS leaders should ask when looking to understand how to procure suppliers that truly meet their needs in delivering integrated care across the whole system.
Delivering care closer to home: How can your ICS achieve this?
10:00 – 11:00
Are you looking for a practical solution to make remote care a reality?
Drawing on examples from HCI’s work in diabetes and neurodiversity, founder and chairman Richard Wyatt-Haines shows how Integrated Care Systems can digitally connect any pathway to enable, educate and empower people with the tools and information needed to be active partners in their care and benefit from more care closer to home.
Building the Digital Workforce
11:00 – 12:00
Sharing different approaches to the digital challenges in healthcare and exploring the strategies and options available for ICSs.
Supporting the ICS virtual ward agenda
12:00 – 1:00
This webinar will focus on the evolution of digital healthcare in the wake of the pandemic and on what the latest guidance from NHSE means for the ICS digital agenda. It will consider the rise of virtual wards and how digital healthcare can support elective recovery in the NHS, and also discuss the requirements when building a digital first ICS.
An outcome focussed approach to developing an ICS digital and data strategy – Cheshire and Merseyside ICS
2:00 – 3:00
In Cheshire and Merseyside ICS we have taken the view that the digital and data strategy needs to be outcome focussed, informed by the public, and intelligence led. The primary basis of this, having spoken about approaches with colleagues in other ICS, notably Greater Manchester, is an approach that will enable an ‘outcome audit trail’ from the strategy and associated investment costed plan back to the ICS transformation programmes that will enable the ICS and Place digital and data investment decisions to be directly relatable to ‘turning the dials’ on one or more health and care outcomes.
Blueprints to support digital ICS
4:00 – 5:00
Paul Charnley , Co Chair of the Blueprinting Steering Group and Kwesi Afful, Assistant Director of Programmes – ICS Digital and Data
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