Join us for the next HTN Digital Primary Care Conference! Taking place online 3 August 2022, HTN is back with the next edition in the series.
Open to all, the one-day virtual event will focus on the role of technologies and solutions in primary care, where you can discover, learn and shape the future of digital general practice together.
The agenda will provide practical, educational and informative sessions focused around digital solutions to develop skills and learn from others in the industry.
Keynote talk: Dr Minal Bakhai, National Director for Primary Care Transformation at NHS England and Dominic Vallely, user experience team a lead at Digital First Primary Care Unit, NHS England.
From November 2022, patients will have access to the GP records. What does this mean for General Practice and what do we need to be doing to prepare?
How will patients gain access and what will they see – yes – it includes free text!
Hear how retrospective data will be available to patients and how practices can code any vulnerable patients.
Learn what other features are available through the NHS App such as online consultations.
Join us for this live session with Dr Osman Bhatti, a GP and the Chief Clinical Information Officer (CCIO) for the East London Health and Care Partnership to discuss patient access to records.
Exploring the benefits and draw backs of remote monitoring:
The pandemic lockdown, advances in cloud-hosted telephony and ring-fenced funding to help migrate away from legacy phone systems has raised patient expectations but also generated extraordinary opportunities to improve patient satisfaction, provide effective tools to administrators and clinicians and save the practice money, especially at the PCN level. This session will demonstrate the benefits to networks, practices, patients and staff of cloud-hosted telephony that integrates with clinical systems like EMIS Web and SystmOne.
Health Tech Trends: what does the future hold for primary care? We explore views and opinions from healthcare professionals across the industry, examining the question of what digital primary care will look like in two, five and ten years.
Join us to understand how dictation solutions can assist with creating meaningful and comprehensive patient information for consent purposes. You’ll hear from Professor Vivienne Harpwood, Emerita Professor at Cardiff University and NHS Wales Consultant, who will detail the consent issues around failure to warn and how Practices can protect themselves from risk. Additionally we’ll be speaking to Dr Telabasic Senard , GP at Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust, who uses Dictate.IT’s speech recognition dictation solution in his day-to-day Practice for everything from patient notes to medical administration.