One London is embarking on an ambitious platform strategy to help rapidly transform health and care across its 10.5m citizens. Digital is at the heart of this transformation with establishing key clinical infrastructure to enable better care. Join the CTO of One London to learn about digital plans and how London is applying this approach to dynamic and integrated care planning.
Over the past two years there have been huge impacts on how patients access healthcare in the UK due to COVID-19, across all settings. In this session we discuss how these changes have impacted availability of care and how effective triage can deliver improved access whilst protecting stretched resources across the whole system.
Published on the 1st of Dec 2002, the Government’s Social Care White Paper outlines a series of changes in the way in which future social care services will be funded, organised, and consumed by the English public.
This session considers:
Covid-19 has meant significant changes in how mental health services in south London have been delivered, with a particular shift from face-to-face appointments to video and phone consultations.
Presenting findings to date including examples on how services are adapting
In a patient-centric universe, WiFi SPARK explains the benefits of deploying integrated care and engagement services to areas not always considered. We cover:
This session will explore a system’s journey through the national Population Health Management Development Programme.
Surrey has recently finished the programme and was one of the first systems to focus on inclusive recovery through the lens of PHM.
This session will focus on how the ICS addressed and overcame challenges around infrastructure and intelligence to understand their population and the interventions developed for multiple people on elective care pathways and early thinking on incentives and new payment models.
HPFT’s Blue Box RPM Project – Supporting and scaling up the use of RPM Services Physical Health in a Mental Health Setting
Seamlessly integrating the data from remote monitoring technology into existing systems was seen as key to the acceptance and success of the Whzan BlueBox project in Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS FT (HPFT). Hear the experience of the Trust working with staff, service users, carers, and suppliers to deliver a pilot for older people with mental health problems, then scaling up to use the proven approach in adult mental health and learning disability services.
An app database hosted on the cloud with patient’s information accessed at any time via the platform.
Effective data sharing between organisations can transform health outcomes and how people experience healthcare. Too often siloed data, disparate source systems and cumbersome processes prevent data and health professionals from collaborating across the boundaries of their organisations. This keynote focuses on key principles for data sharing, data security and how to mobilise your data savvy workforce to deliver the desired outcomes.