Webinar

Journey to a shared care record:
An integrated approach to transforming patient record management

22 April from 10.30 – 11.15 am GMT

NHSX CEO Matt Gould announced that funding will shortly be available to enable England’s health economies to deliver a ‘basic’ Regional shared care record.

The fast-approaching September 2021 deadline will challenge health leaders across the country as to how they will achieve this.

Whilst integrating digital information streams into a single view may not always be straightforward, making sure that information contained in paper medical files is also included presents an additional challenge.

Join us and partner Hugh Symons on our latest webinar, where we will discuss how we can support you on your integration journey from paper to digital. Topics covered will include:

  • Tracking the journey of paper records into a digitised format
  • Spotlighting a variety of approaches our customers have employed
  • Managing a partially digital environment whilst avoiding creating more paper
  • Scanning options – inhouse and outsourced
  • Compliance considerations
  • The session will comprise a 30-minute presentation and 15-minute Q&A
Speakers

Rob Kinnersley – Sales Team Lead, Idox
Dave Bryan – iFIT Product Manager, Idox
Jason West – NHS Projects Director, Hugh Symons

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Date:
22 April


Time:
10.30 am – 11.15 am

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East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

Read the case study to learn how we have helped East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust in their journey to a shared care record.

East Sussex Case Study

What our customers say

“With patient records from every one of the Trust’s departments now on the EDMS, iFIT has helped us take a significant step toward the goal of allowing healthcare providers to access and update a single basic health and care record.”
Nick Sheppard
Systems Configuration Analyst
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
“iFIT has allowed us to make significant savings. Specifically, staff reduction, more efficient pulling, higher rates of found missing files and reduced temporary set creation.”
Simon Clayton
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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