Join us for HTN Digital Primary Care 1 February 2023!

HTN Digital Primary Care is back! Join us for this one day online event where we discuss how digital innovations can support general practice, we’ll tackle some challenges and share approaches that have made an impact. 

This event is open to everyone to attend and share thoughts and experiences on different topics for digital primary care. Join us to discuss, discover and learn about the latest ongoings in health tech.

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Supported by Generated Health 


Keynote Digital Primary Care

Dr Minal Bakhai, Director of Primary Care Transformation at NHS England

The model of accessing care in general practice has changed during the last two years, although this built on changes already underway. As a result, general practice requires a new model that encompasses digital routes and uses triage and navigation to direct patients to the right clinician or service, and that responds better to need, urgency and individual patient’s circumstances.

During this session Minal will explore what a good digital experience for patients in general practice looks like, and how general practice can be supported to achieve this, such as drawing on learning from evidence and through increasing capacity.


Primary care recruitment and retention of staff – how to solve the challenges

In this session, Dr Surina Chibber and James Stephenson will discuss some of the common challenges that are being faced by primary care and healthcare when it comes to recruitment and retention of staff. 

The discussion will highlight flexible staffing pools, case studies and best practice in this area, as well as an opportunity for a questions and answers session.


Creating a highly usable and accessible GP website for patients

A simple guide to how your practise website can help shape and reduce demand, and reduce health inequalities for your patients.

A session with Iatro


Patient access to online GP records

With all the debate; back and forth around patient access to online GP records, what is happening and how should practices prepare for the best outcome for themselves and for their patients.

Hear about what is happening in one ICB are to promote not only prospective but retrospective access to medical records through the NHS App.

Speaker: Osman Bhatti, GP, Chief Clinical Information, Officer North-East London ICB


Going beyond BP@Home – making technology do the work

The team at NHS Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) CCG come together with Florence to share insights into how they have used technology to help manage their hypertensive population. Looking at bulk uploads, freeing up clinical time and resources, as well as sharing their best practices on how they created a hypertensive medication titration protocol which will get people onto the right medications at the right dose, faster!

Join our session to see how Florence can become your automated patient monitoring and signposting assistant


  • Dr Matthew Davies – NHS Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes – BLMK
  • Dr Jonathan Serjeant – CMO Generated Health (Florence)