• 18 November 2021
    12:30 - 14:00

Join your regular hosts Luke Readman and Lisa Emery for three engaging London-centric presentations.

Achieving awesome with automation
Join the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust as they share their journey over the last 12 months in intelligent automation or ‘RPA’. Over the last year the team at the Royal Free have not only saved thousands of hours internally but over 300,000 hours collectively for NHS organisations nationally. Over the last 12 months the team has won 3 awards and been appointed as a centre of excellence delivering 24 automated process to 11 NHS Trusts saving collectively 107,000 hours. We will explore how combining innovation with automation has accelerated digital transformation across back office and clinical use cases.
Key ‘takeaways’:
– Where we’ve gone wrong
– Real world examples of automation
– Automation BluePrints
– Hear about the NHS Automation Academy
– The NHS Automation Digital Exchange – free access to NHS Organisations to all our blueprints and guides
– How to avoid pitfalls and achieve awesome

James DavisJames Davis, Director of Innovation – Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

 

 

 

 

ePMA and Advanced Clinical Documentation Go Live @ Barts
Prof Louise Hicks,
CNIO and Director of Development – Barts Health NHS Trust

DigitalHealth.London can help you
DigitalHealth.London runs one of the best accelerators for health tech start-ups and scale ups in Europe.  We also run a pioneer fellowship programme supporting NHS staff from all professional backgrounds and grades to gain the skills and confidence needed to lead digital transformation projects and adopt innovations.  So far we’ve supported 122 businesses and almost 100 NHS staff across 45 London NHS organisations.  We’ll share our learning and best practice including how our formal partnership with Chelsea and Westminster NHS FT led them to be called out last month by the Secretary of State for Health as one of the organisations “setting the standard for innovation in the NHS”.  ChelWest have adopted almost 20% of the innovations supported by the accelerator and have developed a culture of innovation, by both looking outwards for solutions, upskilling their staff and prioritising innovation as a leadership team.

Jenny ThomasJenny Thomas, Programme Director – DigitalHealth.London

 

 

 

 

Chairs:
Lisa EmeryLisa Emery, CIO – Royal Marsden NHSFT

 

 

 

 

Luke ReadmanLuke Readman, Regional Director of Transformation (London) – NHS England