20 September 2022
09:00 - 16:30
The Digital Health Regional Networks Event programme is back, with our third and final in-person event in the series taking place, Tuesday 20 September, 09:00-16:30, venue TBC.
This event will have a focus on content from across the South East, South West and London.
The Regional Networks Event series is dedicated to NHS IT leaders, focused on sharing digital best practice, latest updates, developments, and implementations underway in a particular region. The benefits to Network Members attending these events is having the opportunity to learn from peers across the region, share their wins, seek out answers, learn from Network Sponsors on their latest products, services and client activity, and network with fellow members.
This programme of events is only open to our Network Members which include, digital health leaders from across the NHS, public sector, charitable sectors, academia, and our Network Sponsors.
Harnessing the power of Data Management
Tom Bartlett – Head of Performance and Information, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
The NHS is great at keeping data secure and is making good progress in developing analytical capability. Unfortunately the methods for treating data as an asset is almost unheard of. Without this, Trusts cannot know whether they are getting the most out of their data assets. Analysts and users can’t find the data they need, and don’t know whether they can trust it. For any given Trust the overall cost of collecting and managing clinical data is unknown, with the Carter report estimating this into the millions per Trust. This presentation gives a framework for Trusts to follow to solve this important and costly problem.
Clinical Decision Support Programme
Gareth Thomas – Deputy CCIO, Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Helen Balsdon – Head of Digital Nursing Practice and Research (deputy CNIO),Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Session synopsis to follow
Further programme details will be available in due course