20 October 2023
12:30 - 13:30
Data migration and integration are almost always on the critical path in an EPR Implementation Programme at the start of a digital transformation journey. Join David Newey, Interim Chief Information Officer at The Royal Marsden and Daniel Hallen, Chief Information Officer at East Lancashire Hospitals, to hear about their recent experiences, with a focus on the people, rather than the technology. Honest and insightful lessons learned will be shared, with plenty of time for Q&A discussion.
– “It’s all about the people” – The technology is the easy part, it’s the people aspects that are much more challenging. Time and resourcing are limited, so it’s how to overcome those pressures and the resistance to change.
– “You don’t know, what you don’t know” – David and Daniel share their knowledge and experience, including their top three lessons learned.
– “Fail to prepare. Prepare to fail” – How to get an EPR project off to a great start and prepare for success, including understanding the data and integration challenges upfront.
David Newey, Interim CIO – The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Hospital
David is an internationally CHIME qualified CIO and passionate digital healthcare leader. He co-authored and directed the implementation of the £150m digital strategy for The Royal Marsden. An expert in the field of digital transformation and recognised authority on bias, ethics and litigation in AI, David has worked closely with the clinical research community to develop genomics-based, personalised-medicine digital solutions.
Daniel Hallen, CIO – East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
Daniel is an experienced digital leader and CIO with a background of digital and programme delivery across public and private sector organisations. He has led several large-scale programmes of work both internationally and across the NHS, with the most recent being East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust’s EPR implementation. Daniel’s expertise is in digital transformation and he has a passion for inclusivity and digital skills’ development.
Debbie Loke, EPR Director / CIO – University Hospitals of Derby & Burton
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