- 21 July 2021
12:30 - 13:30
What can trusts do to get the right information to the right people, at the right time?
Getting the flow of information right is crucial to clinical decision-making, and therefore to better patient outcomes.
The core problem many trusts face around the flow of information is poor communication – often means of sharing information are inefficient and communication can be missed or delayed.
But this can be addressed with a patient-centric, unified communication platform.
In this latest series of Digital Health’s webinars you’ll learn the keys to success in building a powerful communication platform. Whether that’s using simple voice tools; secure texting and image sharing; to a fully unified collaboration solution that integrates across your critical systems like electronic patient records (EPR), scheduling systems, medical devices, nurse call systems and more.
This webinar will examine three critical elements to consider when building a unified platform:
- Expanding interoperability to support cohesive, collaborative clinical communications
- Integrating alerts and alarms
- Support for future innovation
To explore these common problems with communication, and address how to fix them, we’ve invited leading CNIO’s to share their personal experiences with inefficient communication solutions, the problems they face daily and how they can be improved.
Kevin Percival, CNIO, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
Paula Wright, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer & Clinical Safety Officer, Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Dana Peco, MSN,BSN,CCRN, Sr. Manager, Clinical Development, Care Communications/Voalte
Hannah Crouch, Editor, Digital Health