The Convenzis Patient Flow conference series provides a platform for NHS urgent care professionals and clinical specialists to meet and discuss changes in national policy and strategic change. Over 1500 delegates have already joined us and benefited from this high-value networking and research platform.
“First of all, can I just say what a good event it was yesterday? I personally took a lot of good ideas away from the day and made some good working connections, which will hopefully help us improve things for patients here in C&P.” Head of Transformation, Performance and Delivery – Urgent Care at Cambridgeshire & Peterborough CCG
The COVID-19 outbreak undoubtedly triggered the most challenging year the NHS has ever faced, however, the outbreak, has by default, provided a springboard for NHS facing innovation and technology adoption.
A&E attendances and emergency admissions also saw a significant reduction, the total number of attendances in January 2021 was 1,310,800, a decrease of 38.0% from the same month last year. Of these, attendances at type 1 A&E departments were 29.1% lower when compared with January 2021 and at type 3 departments were 53.4% lower.
As a key objective within the NHS Long Term Plan, NHS E/I have developed a paper that sets out how urgent and emergency care provision will be developed, drawing on outcomes and learnings from the Covid-19 outbreak.
The paper aims to deliver improved outcomes and a better experience of care, whether that is by phone or online from NHS 111, at home from a paramedic, in a GP practice or pharmacy, or when necessary, in the emergency department.
This conference has been developed as a platform to help NHS and wider healthcare professionals sharpen their knowledge of the latest best practice and national policy. We are proud to offer all NHS staff and healthcare professionals from low-income counties fully funded, complimentary delegate passes.
Research sources for Transforming Urgent Care and Patient Flow Conference: Improving access and indicators: NHS England and Improvement, The Kings Fund, The ONS
View our Safety and Sanitation Measures at our upcoming in-person events: https://www.convenzis.co.uk/safety-and-sanitation-measures/
At Convenzis we pride ourselves on our ability to develop, manage, and host both virtual and physical events for the public and commercial sectors.
Our physical events offer a unique opportunity to meet with key sector stakeholders in an informal and relaxed atmosphere, this provides an ideal chance to discuss strategic change and learn from some of the most well-respected public sector professionals in the country, all while soaking up the lovely atmosphere our venues and audience provide.
97% of Delegates would recommend Convenzis to their Colleagues.
100% of Delegates rated our speakers as either Good or Excellent.
66% of Attendees were at Senior Management Level or above.
97% of Delegates are interested in attending the next event.
The strategy has 5 key areas of focus.
Join us at our Urgent Care Conference as we explore central plans and share local best practices from across the UK.
AstraZeneca has provided a sponsorship grant towards this independent Programme. AstraZeneca has had no editorial input into or control over the agenda, content development or choice of speakers, except for the AstraZeneca sponsored symposia presentations.
Registration, Networking & Breakfast
Chairs Opening Address
Putting patients at the centre of community services; how we do we truly transform community services to support more people to stay well and independent at home? (Confirmed)
The NHS Long Term Plan set an ambition to boost ‘out of hospital’ care. Throughout the pandemic community health services have shown that delivering care to people at home is vital to prevent unnecessary hospital admissions and for those who do need hospital treatment, support timely and safe discharge from hospital.
Increasing capacity in community services is crucial not only to free up hospital beds for those with the greatest clinical need, but to support people to live independently at home for longer. It will require closer collaboration across the health and social care system. How do we build on the opportunities in the integration white paper to forge effective working relationships across health and social care?
This session will explore the available opportunities to increase capacity in community services through utilising non-bedded care, care at home and through new ways of delivering care such as virtual wards.
Impact of managing frailty on patient flow (Confirmed)
Facing up to reality in Emergency Care (Confirmed)
Case Study Haraldsplass Diaconal Hospital
Morning Break, Networking & Refreshments
Chairs Morning Reflection
Catalyst BI (Confirmed)
Mental Health Patient Flow – A Healthier Patient Pathways Programme (Confirmed)
Lunch and Refreshments
Chairs Afternoon Address
Astra Zeneca (Confirmed)
This is a promotional symposium sponsored and organised by AstraZeneca
Learning from crisis: innovation and results in emergency care (Confirmed)
Radhika Ranagaraju, Head of Integration at NHSX, (Invited)
Round up Panel Debate:
Close of Day
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