•  5 November 2019
     09:30 - 16:00

    Thames Valley and Surrey was one of the five first wave Local Health and Care Record Exemplar sites announced in 2018, and is working to connect together shared records programmes across the region of 3.8m. At this event you will have an opportunity to hear from health & care professionals, digital and patient experts, as well as be involved in directly shaping some tangible benefits from the Thames Valley and Surrey care records platform, which is starting to go live from later this autumn.

    The theme for the day will be “Accelerate, Enable and Disrupt to Innovate”.

    • Accelerate: the partnership is working to develop and support more rapid adoption of data sharing across the region, sharing best practice and experience;
    • Enable: initiatives in the TVS care records platform to support all areas to get more value from shared data, for example integrating Ambulance and Child Health data;
    • Disrupt: supporting innovations that integrate with the TVS care records to provide greater personalisation for patients, citizens and professionals.

    Care professionals, CIOs, CCIOs, service managers, lay representatives… this event will be of interest to anyone who wants to hear more about how the programme is developing and contribute to the focus on getting real benefits from the TVS care records.

    Location: Holiday Inn, Manor Lane, Maidenhead, SL6 2RA

    Date: Tuesday 5 November 2019

    Times: 09.30 (for a 10.00 start) – 16.00 approx

    Cost: Free (exclusively open to NHS/local government, lay representatives and members of the Digital Health Networks)

    Host: Julie Fisher, Thames Valley & Surrey Care Records SRO


    If you have any questions about this event, please contact Fabiana: fabiana@digitalhealth.net.

  • Programme

    09.30 – 10.00Registration
    10.00 – 10.10Welcome and introductions

    Jon Hoeksma, CEO, Digital Health

    10.10 – 10.40System integration – the data story

    Fiona Edwards, CEO – Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
    lead – Frimley Integrated Care System
    chair – Thames Valley and Surrey Care Records Partnership
    The Thames Valley & Surrey partnership – where are we? What next?
    Julie Fisher, senior responsible officer – Thames Valley and Surrey Local Health and Care Records Partnership

    10.40 – 11.00Records sharing and use at the heart of health and care transformation, a national picture

    John Farenden, senior programme lead – Local Health and Care Records Programme, NHSX


    11.00 – 11.20Networking coffee break
    11.20 – 11.35Patient experience speaker

    Cristina Serrao, patient director – Camden Musculoskeletal Services


    11.35 – 12.05Panel and Q&A

    Fiona Edwards; Julie Fisher; John Farenden,
    Claire Fuller,
    senior responsible officer – Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System
    Dr Prash Patel, clinical director – Ascot Primary Care Network


    12.05 – 13.00Networking lunch
    13.00 – 13.20Patient experience speaker       

    Laura Fulcher, founder – Mission Remission

    patient lead – LHCR data standards project

    13.20 – 13.50How data and intelligence underpin integrated care systems

    Claire Fuller

    David Fluck, chief medical director – Ashford and St Peters Hospital

    13.50 – 14.35Workshop – Maternity and child health Berkshire Suite 3

    Dr Lucy Mackillop, consultant obstetric physician – Oxford University Hospitals NHSFT Sue Trinder, CHIS director – NHS South Central and West Commissioning Support Unit

    Workshop – Urgent and emergency care

    Berkshire Suite 4

    Mark Ainsworth- Smith, consultant pre-hospital care practitioner – South Central Ambulance Service

    Vince Weldon, Thames Valley & Surrey LHCR, Governance & Benefits

    14.35 – 15.05MASTERCLASS:  Population Health Management

    Dr Prash Patel

    Mark Sellman, CIO – Frimley Health and Care ICS

    15.05 – 15.50Workshop – Maternity and child health

    Berkshire Suite 3 – round two

    Workshop – Urgent and emergency care Berkshire Suite 4 – round two
    15.50 – 16.00Closing remarks including top-line outcomes from workshops

    Julie Fisher

    Whilst we endeavour to present the programme as advertised, we reserve the right to amend timings and content.

    The PDF programme is available to download here.

  • Prices

    This event is free and exclusively open to NHS/local government, lay representatives and members of the Digital Health Networks

  • Location

    The address is Holiday Inn, Manor Lane, Maidenhead, SL6 2RA. For directions, please click here.



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