The King’s Fund to hold event on sharing health and care records in Leeds
LEEDS, UK - (HealthTech Wire / News) - What can organisations do to improve their ability to share health and care records digitally in order to offer better, more co-ordinated care for local populations, an event held at Horizon Leeds on 13 December will explore.
Organisations can maximise the impact on the local population by using the appropriate technology, producing the right governance structure and developing a culture of adoption. The all-day conference will investigate the different models that have been developed over the past few years and will provide the opportunity to learn how local areas are overcoming challenges.
Speakers will include: Will Smart, Chief Information Officer at NHS England; Nicola Quinn, Project Manager at Health Informatics Unit at the Royal College of Physicians; Martin Severs, Medical Director and Caldicott Guardian at NHS Digital and Professor Maureen Baker, Chair of the Professional Record Standards Body.
Delegates will learn about the Leeds Care Record, which shares data between providers in real-time through a secure cloud-based platform, and the technology that Greater Manchester has adopted to support its devolved health and care system communicate effectly.
Speakers will also outline the direction of national programmes on interoperability and data sharing across and between local areas.
For more information please visit: www.kingsfund.org.uk/events/sharing-health-and-care-records
To register with a 15% discount, please use promotional code BJHC