For a second consecutive year, The King’s Fund has selected Leeds as the setting for a national conference, which is supported by the Leeds Health and Wellbeing Board.The event will focus on:
Having the ability to share health and care records digitally is essential to better, more co-ordinated care for local populations. But delivering the key benefits requires three things: the appropriate technology, the right governance structure and a culture of adoption. This conference explores the different models that have been developed over the past few years and provides you with the opportunity to learn how local areas are overcoming these challenges.
Cllr Rebecca Charlwood will be opening the conference, which will include keynote speakers Will Smart, Chief Information Officer, NHS England, Professor Maureen Baker, Chair, Professional Record Standards Body, and Martin Severs, Medical Director and Caldicott Guardian, NHS Digital.
Our region will be well represented, including a session sharing how we’ve embedded technology in health and social care through the Leeds Care Record led by Geoff Hall, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and Dylan Roberts, Chief Digital and Information Officer for Leeds. More details about the event and the full programme can be found here.
For full details of how to register for this event please click here.
A discount of 25% has been agreed for regional delegates from NHS, local government and third sector. Contacts from the region can register with a 25% discount by using this link or by entering promotional code LHP25 on Eventbrite.