Digital Primary Care: Riding the Innovation wave Virtual Conference
Covid-19 continues to disrupt health services across the UK, and the effects of Long COVID are fast becoming apparent, research suggests around one in five people who test positive for Covid-19 have symptoms for five weeks or longer. For around one in ten people, the last 12 weeks or longer.
The BMA has recently warned that some practices are facing the ‘impossible choice’ of reducing services or letting staff go due to lack of financial support, however, in response the Department of Health & Social Care has announced an additional £150 million in funding which is available for practices to the end of March 2021
For all the pain, uncertainty, and worry that the pandemic has spread, it has also shown us the importance and need for digital technology and innovation, we must now keep our foot on the pedal of innovation and not lose momentum to ensure the safety and wellbeing of both primary care staff and its patients its maximised.
Our 7th Digital Primary Care: Riding the Innovation Wave conference will provide a timely platform for GP’s, CCG’s and PCN’s to explore recent changes in national policy and best practices surrounding the use of digital technology and innovative emerging solutions.
Digital First Primary Care funding is being made available to NHS England regional teams. This will be used to support health systems with implementation and uptake activity in relation to an online consultation and other digital GP contract commitments, our conference aims to provide insights on subject areas including:
The Convenzis Virtual Conference is providing complimentary and CPD accredited passes for NHS Staff and Healthcare providers from low-income countries.
Your pass will provide you with access to all live guest speaker sessions, practical meet the supplier sessions, live peer to peer networking, downloadable content, prize draws and much more.
Get in touch today to secure your place for Digital Primary Care: Riding the Innovation wave Virtual Conference.
Research source for Digital Primary Care: Riding the Innovation wave Virtual Conferences: NHS England, King Fund, DigitalHealth.net, Linkedin multiple sources
Head of Healthcare