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)
- 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