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The new “the critical capabilities and digital operating model needed across the three national bodies to drive the digital system transformation envisaged in the NHS Long Term Plan.”
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.
Data, digital and technology to support reducing waiting lists and electives.
Supporting the recovery of elective care
The most common use of RPM is patients chronic disease management – enabling the patient to maintain independence and reduce health risk, With these tools – the potential of a prevention over cure approach to healthcare is made easier and possible
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?
Where are the opportunities for co-design and co-production in how we look after data? Keeping patients and service users being at the heart of the design process
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 Paediatrics –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
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:
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.
“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”