Panel Discussion: Patient Power 2.0 – Creating a Fit for Purpose Digital NHS
Transforming patient empowerment through the use of technology and patients access to the summary medical record. Experiences from a patient and their journey to personalised care and the benefits technology brings
Five Year Forward View – One year on and the impact on patients
Transforming patient experience through integrated technology e.g. access to online tools, ‘apps’ and services, patient record, appointments and prescriptions and improving wifi and network services
How GP technology has transformed patient lives in taking control of their health (or their loved ones) covering proxy and patient safety
Overview from the Patient Online Accessibility needs group on challenges and progress so far
Transforming patient and professional access to online tools and services, including records, appointments and prescriptions
Introducing the first national framework which will enable all health care providers to be fully compliant with the Government’s 2020 digital strategy – whereby all our personal health records will be available wherever we are seen by a clinician.
Creating the ‘Perfect Patient Pathway’ to Empower Patients Suffering from Long Term Conditions
Sheffield Teachings Hospitals are leading the group of institutions that form one of the ‘test beds’ for innovation through technology as set out last month. Their plan is to use technology (and new ways of delivering care) to keep patients with long term conditions well at home and so avoiding the need for hospital admission or further support. This will be done through a range of home-based monitoring devices and smart phone apps.
Creating a ‘Digital Hospital’ for an Entire Region through IT Integration of Local Primary and Secondary Care Providers
Wirral University Teaching Hospital has established a reputation as something of an exemplar of IT tech in the UK, particularly in regards to it largely achieving a paperless service. Wirral has also been selected as a Vanguard, and as part of “Wirral Partners” is supporting a new model of integrated care supported by a technology enabled population health model. This largely involves the Hospital replicating its own successful scheme and expanding it to include the wider health community in the area, in order to create a ‘digital hospital’
Mark Blakeman, Director of Informatics, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Digital and Technology: Supporting Delivery of Health and Care
Local authorities are increasingly utilising digital and technology to support the delivery of health and care. Over the last year the Local Government Association has been working alongside the National Information Board to help shape future plans in this area and during the next few months
Mark will outline how local government are working to support social care and integration
Developing Person-centred, Coordinated Health and Care Services through Greater Use of Digital Technology
'My Life a Full Life' is part of the Vanguard Programme at the Isle of Wight. It is for developing coordinated health and social care services for the island, particularly in terms of building the capacity of people/family and carers. This is to be achieved through greater use of digital technology co-ordinated through a single point of access- patient-led monitoring will be supported by primary care integrated with locally based services. This covers many key angles such as personalised care, empowering patients and integrating services
Loretta Outhwaite, Interim Programme Director, My Life a Full Life (Invited)
The Present and Future Role of Technology in Public Health
Improving public health requires all the talents and energies that we have available. With the growth of technology and its influence across all areas of our everyday lives, it is important that the public health community embraces technology and explores how it can aid improved public health outcomes.
Diarmaid Crean, Deputy Director- Digital, Public Health England (Invited)
14:50 - 15:20
The benefits and regulatory status of using medical apps
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