7 December 2022
12:30 - 13:30
In 2013, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust became one of the first trusts nationally to introduce Sunrise Electronic Patient Record (EPR). Since then, it has continued making strides in its digital journey: optimising and enhancing the EPR with documentation and tracking board enhancements and embedded decision support, integrating clinical systems, embedding information sharing across care services, and investing in digital infrastructure, cybersecurity and intelligence-led care.
With a steadfast focus on patient safety, LHCH clinicians shape its EPR and digitisation initiatives—using technology to reduce risk, improve efficiency and deliver the highest quality care.
In just a few years, LHCH has become 99.9% paperless. It has also been ranked third in Cheshire and Merseyside for digital maturity and was rated “Outstanding” by the Care Quality Commission, which was the first time a specialty trust earned this rating. LHCH is currently top in the country in the Care Quality Commission’s National Inpatient Survey, which is the ninth time LHCH has earned this distinction in the last 12 years.
Join this webinar to learn more about how the trust:
• Adopted digital excellence and continually look to improve care
• Became top-rated for digital maturity and achieved HIMSS EMRAM Stage 6
• Transformed into a nearly 100% paperless hospital
• Identified clinical leadership as being one of the key factors in its EPR success
• Implemented closed loop medication administration
• Continues to further pioneer innovation and advance use of technology to become an EMRAM Stage 7 hospital in the near future
Chair: Dr Anna Bayes, Medical Director, Altera Digital Health
Dr Anna Bayes is the Altera Digital Health Medical Director, International. She is a former NHS hospital doctor with more than twenty years of experience working in IT and business change programmes in healthcare in the UK and across the globe. Anna has deep and extensive hands-on knowledge of clinical safety, clinical governance, contractual requirements, design, delivery and deployment of clinical systems. In parallel, she has experience in IT strategy generation, detailed requirements analysis, change management, qualitative and quantitative benefits realisation. She also has a deep understanding of process improvement activities in the context of electronic health records and associated systems across the spectrum of healthcare delivery.
Kate Warriner, CDIO, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Alder Hey Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Kate Warriner is the Chief Digital and Information Officer at Alder Hey (2019) and Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital (2020) where she leads both Trusts’ integrated digital services – iDigital. Kate is the Co-Chair of the North West Informatics Skills and Development Directors/CCIO Network and is the UK representative on the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) International Advisory Council. Kate is passionate about the NHS and the impact digital technology and innovation can make on improved clinical outcomes and the delivery of high quality, safe patient care. Kate began her NHS career in 2000 and has held a range of digital leadership roles in primary care, acute care, commissioning and shared services across Liverpool and the wider North West region. Kate is a music graduate from the University of Liverpool, and holds a MSC in Health Informatics. She is the Chair of the Maghull Wind Orchestra where she is also principal flautist and saxophonist with the Swingshift Big Band.
Leila Brown, Associate Director – Digital Transformation, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Leila is the Associate Director for Digital Transformation for the iDigital service, overseeing the Programmes and Projects, Training and Clinical Systems teams at Liverpool Heart and Chest and Alder Hey Children’s hospitals.
Carol Moss, EPR Manager, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust