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Digital Primary Care Congress: The Information Revolution

8:30am
February 6, 2019
Etc.Venues, Piccadilly Gardens, 11 Portland St
Manchester,M1 3HU
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Digital systems are the foundation upon which we will build a modern, efficient and responsive health service. Enabling information to flow between care providers within and beyond organisational boundaries, between care providers and patients is a crucial means by which we will achieve a safe, convenient and personalized health and care service.

Join us in February 2019 as we delve into the world of Digital Primary Care. Our Digital Primary Care: The Information Revolution conference has been developed to advise GP Surgery’s and Clinical Commissioning Groups on the current tools in place to help them harness technology and drive efficiency.

Events key tops:

  • Electronic Prescription Service (EPS)
  • GP2GP
  • GP Systems of Choice (GPSOC)
  • NHS Pathways
  • Summary Care Records (SCR)
  • Systems & Service Delivery
  • The GP IT Operating Model
  • Digital Primary Care Maturity Assurance model

How the Digital Primary Care Maturity Assurance Model can benefit General Practice:

  • Demonstrate progress against core GP IT services, as outlined in the GP IT Operating Model assures that CCG’s are meeting the requirements of the GPIT Operating Model in the effective delivery of GP IT services.
  • Identify areas for investment in GP IT services and digital innovations that support delivery of primary care at scale, extended hours/7 days working and changing models of care.
  • Baseline service provision enabled through technology against other general practices/localities to maximize efficiencies Support CQC assessment by providing insight into the use of digital technology within the practice, to help meet patient need and improve delivery of clinical services.
  • Demonstrate progress against GMS/PMS/APMS digital requirements.

How the Digital Primary Care Maturity Assurance Model can benefit CCGs:

  • Support the re-procurement of GP IT service provision via the Lead Provider Framework.
  • Demonstrate progress against the digital requirements outlined within the CCG Improvement and Assessment Framework.
  • Inform the development of Local Digital Roadmaps (LDRs) and Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs), helping identify areas for further investment.
  • To enable comparison of digital maturity within Primary Care against secondary care, as highlighted in the Digital Maturity Index (DMI) assessment of secondary care.

Places are limited for this event so don’t hesitate in getting your place booked today, we look forward to meeting you on the day.

*Research sources: NHS Digital/ NHS England

Speakers

Dr Tracey J. Vell MBE

Chief Executive - GP

Manchester LMC

Fiona McDonald

Digital Clinical Champion Team, Clinical Advisor

NHS England

Paul Atkinson

Chief Clinical Information Officer and Digital Clinical Champion NHS Gloucestershire CCG

NHS England

Paul Marriott

Digital Health Medicine & Business Innovation Growth Manager

NHS Innovations North and RTC North

Darren Davies ACIPR MPRCA

Communications Manager

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership

Jill Matthews

Managing Director, Intensive Expert Management Team, Primary Care Support Services

NHS England

Rick Stern

Director

Primary Care Foundation

Steve Ogley

NHSBSA EPS Lead

NHS Business Services Authority

Joanne Boyle

Head of Business Engagement

Digital Health and Care Institute

Sponsors

The Agenda

    8:30

    Registration, Networking, and Breakfast

    9:25

    Chair – Dr Tracey J. Vell MBE (Confirmed)

    Chief Executive – GP at Manchester LMC

    9:30

    Fiona McDonald (Confirmed)

    Digital Clinical Champion Team, Clinical Advisor at NHS England

    “Patient Online”

    9:50

    Paul Atkinson (Invited)

    Chief Clinical Information Officer and Digital Clinical Champion NHS Gloucestershire CCG at NHS England

    “Digital Primary Care and Patient Online”

    10:10

    NHS Digital, The Data Security Centre (Confirmed)

    “Cyber Security”

    10:30

    Main Sponsor

    10:50

    Q+A

    11:00

    Morning Break, Networking, and Refreshments

    11:50

    Chair – Dr Tracey J. Vell MBE (Confirmed)

    Chief Executive – GP at Manchester LMC

    11:55

    Case Study

    Vision (Confirmed)

    12:15

    Case Study

    Ccube Solutions (Confirmed)

    12:35

    Rick Stern (Confirmed)

    Director at Primary Care Foundation

    “From policy to practice: creating a simple diagnostic tool for managing workload in general practice.”

    Out of a policy review for NHS England on tackling the increasing pressures faced in general practice, the Primary Care Foundation has created a fully automated avoidable appointment audit that is freely available to all practices in England. Rick Stern will describe how this tool has led to many practices, reviewing the way they work and making practical changes to improve working lives and patient care.

    12:55

    Case Study

    Steve Ogley – NHSBSA EPS Lead

    NHS Business Services Authority (Confirmed)

    “How EPS can help you release time within your practice”

    “The NHSBSA has a dedicated team of individuals, equipped with system specific knowledge, promotional and educational materials, and data insights which can help practices achieve their full potential for electronic prescribing. Steve Ogley will take you through each of these lines of support and show how working with the NHSBSA can help you meet GMS contractual objectives and release valuable time across your practice”

    1:15

    Q+A

    1:20

    Dinner, Networking and Lunch

    2:15

    Chair – Dr Tracey J. Vell MBE (Confirmed)

    Chief Executive – GP at Manchester LMC

    2:20

    Case Study

    2:40

    Jill Matthews (Confirmed)

    Managing Director, Intensive Expert Management Team, Primary Care Support Services at NHS England.

    “Transforming Primary Care Support Services – moving from paper to online services.”

    An overview of the benefits and challenges in developing online solutions to support primary care practices in the delivery of care and the management of their business.

    3:00

    Paul Marriott (Confirmed)

    Digital Health Medicine & Business Innovation Growth Manager at NHS Innovations North

    “Supporting Clinicians and Inventors Enter North East Digital Health Market”

    Many companies large and small have already entered the billion-pound digital healthcare market. The rewards can be high through the pitfalls many and severe.

    Paul Marriott has seen this first hand as a Digital Health Transfer Consultant with NHS Innovations North at RTC. However before this NHS England the Northern Clinical Senate’s Digital Health Lead in the North of England. Paul will speak today about the work that is being done to support new Digital Companies innovate and enter the healthcare market.

    Delegates will hear about the range of products and individuals who start new technology companies, who can range from GPs and Hospital Consultants to parents of disabled children that have invented new devices and developed systems and Intellectual Property.

    3:15

    Joanne Boyle (Confirmed)

    Head of Business Engagement at Digital Health and Care Institute

    A ‘smart’ pill camera that takes 400,000 internal pictures has the potential to revolutionise the treatment of bowel disorders, especially in remote and rural parts of Scotland. Used by GPs with patients in Ullapool and Skye, the project has been extended to other areas of Scotland. Key benefits include the reduction in travel costs and time recovering from the anesthetic.

    3:30

    Darren Davies ACIPR MPRCA (Confirmed)

    Communications Manager, NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership

    “Internal and External Communications”

    3:45

    Ben Ellis (Confirmed)

    Head of Healthcare Engagement and Development at Diabetes UK

    “Delivering change at scale and pace through digital innovation.”

    The NHS spends £8bn a year treating preventable complications of diabetes. Improving diabetes care requires changes to both clinician and patient behavior.

    This session will explore how digital innovation enabled Diabetes UK to change clinical practice, increasing patient engagement and prompt patients to take action – allowing improvement at scale.

    4:00

    Close of Day

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  • Clinical Directors/Heads/Managers/Leads
  • Commissioning Directors/Heads/Managers
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  • Directors of Nursing
  • Directors of Performance and Improvement
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Details

Date:
6th February 2019
Time:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Cost:
£152.99 – £305.99
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Venue

Etc.Venues
Piccadilly Gardens, 11 Portland St
Manchester,M1 3HU

Daniel Snape

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daniel.snape@convenzis.co.uk

0161 820 0631

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