This free day is designed for everyone working in primary care who would like to get more out of IT. The past 18 months has seen a period of unsettling change with unprecedented stress on the NHS which has radically changed the landscape in primary care.
We will explore how we can take what we have learnt to build a different future for primary care. Delegates will find out how digital innovation has been implemented and adopted with varying success and the associated lessons learnt.
With sessions ranging from effective on-line triage to why data quality is still important, the day promises to be inspiring and thought provoking.
Welcome and opening remarks - Dr John Robinson, Chair of PHCSG
Optimising triage - help and not hinder - Harry Longman, Founder and Chief Executive, Ask My GP
Digital response to Covid19 - the good the bad and the ugly -
Dr Neil Paul, Director Howbeck Healthcare Ltd and GP
Help! Where do I start? Using big data to prioritise care
Dr Julian Brown, Founder and Clinical Lead, Prescribing Services Ltd.
Early career presentations
Data fit for sharing Dr Dai Evans, Clinical Advisor and GP PRIMIS University of Nottingham
Me and my medicines Graham Prestwich, Patient and Public Involvement Lead, Me + My medicines
AGM is for (PHCSG Members Only)
15:30 – Refreshments
16:00 – Start
17:00 – End
The Awards Dinner will be held on 7th October, the evening before the conference, extra Award Dinner tickets and overnight stays can be bought using the ticket link on the Conference page https://8october21phcsgannualconference.eventbrite.co.uk
This prestigious black tie event is not to be missed, with the presentation of the John Perry Prize for innovation in health informatics.
19:00 – Pre-dinner drinks
19:30 – Dinner
To quote William Gibson “The future is here, it’s just not evenly distributed”. Building on this, the theme for this year’s conference is ‘Doing IT better’ focussing on how we use our knowledge and experience to make the future of IT and digital better.
With sessions ranging from how we get evidence into practice, to interoperability and utilising big data, this day has something for everyone working in health informatics.
This year we are honoured to host Dr David Stables reflecting on his life in Clinical Informatics. Come and join us and enjoy and IT packed programme with plenty of time for networking and socialising in delightful surroundings.
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