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Data, digital and technology to support reducing waiting lists and electives.
Supporting the recovery of elective care
This session will outline the strategic vision for future data usage that will help us to address challenges such as health inequalities and population health management.
Ian Pearce (Founder of Neuro ProActive) is joined by Lisa Beaumont (stroke survivor) Dr Sally Lewis (Clinical Lead for Value Based Healthcare in Wales) and Liz Ashall-Payne (CEO of ORCHA). This session will discuss the dos, don’ts and must haves in preparing a digital health technology for widespread adoption.
As a digitally empowered patient herself, Lisa will offer a unique perspective on Patient and Public Involvement and how Neuro ProActive is helping to improve her quality of life through her rehabilitation.
As we prepare for adoption in Wales, Dr Sally Lewis will discuss the Value Based Healthcare approach and how solutions like Neuro ProActive can improve efficiencies of Clinical Teams as well as patient outcomes.
As a key partner for Neuro ProActive over the last three years, we’ll be asking Liz to share some insights on how ORCHA see the regulatory environment changing in the years ahead and how best to prepare.
NHSX’s What Good Looks Like framework sets out a common vision for good digital practice to empower frontline leaders to accelerate digital transformation in their organisations. The framework has seven success measures which are applicable to all care settings. Join NHSX senior leaders with digital leaders from NHS organisations and patient representatives to discuss what the framework means on the frontline of health and care.
How do you strengthen trust and communicate the value of data sharing with the public (within the 21st century) when the capacity for data to be hyper diversified is greater with integrated systems managing and sharing their data?
With constant operational and strategic challenges around clearing the backlog, workforce model sustainability and making NHS money work, Trust is continually having to reshape how services are provisioned and delivered On a month-to-month basis. Historically, these challenges have been underpinned by people: plugging the gaps between disparate systems that have no integration and working harder and longer to meet expectations. We don’t need to tell you that this isn’t sustainable. Workforce pressures, staffing shortages and burnout rates speak for themselves.
So how can the NHS best manage these challenges, while planning for future sustainability, improving the patient experience and giving time back to hard-working staff?
Many Trusts have turned to automation, and the use cases speak for themselves.
Join this session to learn:
1. How automation is helping to prioritise patients on the elective care waiting list
2. How Trusts are using digital workers to book and schedule outpatient appointments
3. How Trusts are reducing and avoiding waste and maximising efficiencies within their outpatient departments with automation
4. How automation is supporting the patient experience and referral to treatment times
How do you plan the digital strategy and infrastructure for what is to be the largest hospital opening in the UK in recent years? One that can become a living case study to inspire transformation in other Trusts?
Population-level data insights from data are essential to improve outcomes and address health inequalities. In this session, we’ll explore what good looks like and how a collaboration between the open-source research platform OpenSAFELY and EMIS has delivered important insights into COVID-19 – including the under-reporting of Long COVID.
Find out more about:
– How the Connecting Your Care programme responded to the pandemic
– How ubiquitous access for clinicians to a Shared Care Record improved the patient experience
– Where to next to maximise the benefits for patients
Data is central to delivering the reforms that Integrated Care Systems promise. As Trusts embrace the challenge of getting to good, in increasingly integrated and complex systems, we will explore the need for organisations to balance the needs of securing and managing data to generate insights central to Population Health management.
This session will explore how Trusts can map their data maturity and determine the critical steps they can take today to get from ‘Good’ to ‘Excellent’.
NHS Senior leaders discuss pre-existing barriers to addressing diversity standards and consider tried and tested steps to combat common challenges and find areas of opportunity for improvement.
– How open-source has created interoperability in the Royal College of Pediatrics –why it solved an issue no one else could solve
– Examples for how every college could follow this model to create an ecosystem
– Delivering a forward-thinking but ready for the present solution to integration
Pexip specialise in removing the boundaries for securely introducing video into your digital patient care strategy. We provide assurance and guarantee for your patient data, we allow connection without download, assuring anyone on any device at any time can connect simply and easily. Our service is fully branded and customisable providing assurance to the patient that the video consultation is secure, and we have a range of integration to EPCR records such as EPIC to schedule your consultations seamlessly and simply. With our open technology focus we can ensure connectivity from your existing internal VC systems, including Microsoft Teams or Google G Suite to save budget and improve workflows
Pexip’s head of healthcare Tom Jones will talk through some of the success stories for Pexip Health with customers such as NSW Health, Veterans Affairs & Belfast HSC Trust. Tom will also look at some of the processes and procedures to consider when transforming your patient care strategies.
As a GDE, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust knew that digitising medical records was a key part of their digital strategy.
Hear how they partnered with Xerox to:
Patient feedback continues to highlight that there is an opportunity for healthcare firms to improve the experiences they deliver. This ultimately stems from increasing patient expectations and healthcare providers having a lagged, limited and rearview understanding of experiences. To ensure a positive healthcare experience, it’s now imperative to be able to continuously understand and act on each patient’s experience.
Significant challenges, including regulatory uncertainty, increased demand for services, population changes, new care models, and a more informed and involved patient base are forcing healthcare industry leaders to rethink their strategies. We consider each challenge to be tackled and the real gains to be made by proactively delivering against these and designing end to end fully digitally inclusive services.
In this session we will highlight the effect the AI system has had on:
Digital transformation is top of the agenda for the healthcare sector with a number network and application performance issues still unresolved. In this session we will be discussing:
How University Hospital Southampton critical care adapted during COVID-19 with the help of MetaVision
“Making HEE a Digital First organisation is one of five formally agreed objectives; ‘To demonstrate improvement in embedding digitalisation for our people, our business and our influence”
Considering the movement of data across health and social care:
Focus on Frontline Digitisation
Frontline Digitisation: Blueprinting and shared learning through NHSX’s Digital Aspirant programme
Nearly 60 trusts are now receiving funding and support for their digital transformation journey through NHSX’s Digital Aspirant programme. Digital Aspirants are also using blueprints from other NHS organisations to guide their digital transformation, as well as producing their own for others to use. Join senior leaders from NHSX with representatives of Digital Aspirant trusts for an update on frontline digitisation and a discussion on their early experiences of Blueprinting and the value of shared learning with their peers.