Navigating NHS Continuing Healthcare: Best Practices and Challenges
The NHS Continuing Healthcare conference is an event that brings together healthcare professionals, policy makers, and industry experts to discuss the latest developments in continuing healthcare within the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom.
Continuing healthcare refers to a package of care that is provided to individuals with ongoing healthcare needs, typically outside of a hospital setting.
Some key benefits to receiving NHS CHC, including:
Access to coordinated and comprehensive care: CHC provides a coordinated and comprehensive package of care that meets the individual's healthcare needs, including nursing, therapy, and social care.
Care in a preferred location: CHC allows individuals to receive care in a location of their choice, such as their own home, a care home, or a hospice.
Continuity of care: CHC ensures that the individual receives care from a consistent team of healthcare professionals who are familiar with their needs and preferences.
Financial support: CHC may cover the costs of care and support, including equipment and adaptations to the individual's home.
Support for carers: CHC can provide support and respite for caregivers, helping to reduce the burden of care and improve the overall quality of life for both the individual receiving care and their carers.
Attendees at the NHS Continuing Healthcare conference can expect to come away with a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing the NHS in terms of continuing healthcare, as well as a range of practical tools and strategies for improving the delivery of care to individuals with ongoing healthcare needs.
Our conference will feature keynote speeches from leading figures in the healthcare industry, as well as panel discussions, workshops, and breakout sessions covering a range of topics related to continuing healthcare. These topics may include:
Your Pass Includes:
The Patient Journey Through Continuing Healthcare – Learnings and Best Practice
Taking our learnings as the largest Continuing Healthcare Commissioner in England, (responsible for c£950million care spend), we walk through a patient’s journey, identifying some of the key issues they and the system can face, and explain how we address these. These include approaches to workforce planning and the use of digital technology to improve patient flow. We have also developed data systems to enable better forecasting for service delivery and financial planning as well as providing care market insights.
Case Study - IEG4
Case Study - IEG4
Consent in NHS Continuing Healthcare
A discussion on the legal requirements for consent in NHS Continuing Healthcare, in light of the changes made in the updated National Framework.
Keynote Presentation - Martin Farran
Innovations in Technology and Telehealth for Continuing Healthcare
This presentation will explore how technology and telehealth are being used to improve the delivery of Continuing Healthcare services. The presentation will highlight specific examples of how technology is being used to support patients, carers and healthcare professionals, including remote monitoring, virtual consultations and telehealth
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