This roundtable discussion will focus on operationalising the role of the ICS’s. Recognising the vital role data and digital technology have played in helping the NHS and care respond to the pandemic, understanding how the use of digital technologies and data can support the ICS objectives to meet health and care needs across an area, to coordinate services and to plan in a way that improves population health outcomes and decision making is essential. But digital maturity, data quality and clinical and EPR systems are variable across health and care which means data has too often been held in siloes, as a result clinicians and care professionals do not have easy access to all of the information that could be useful in caring for their patients and service users.
In this roundtable, the discussion will:
– Explore ways of utilising and leveraging current assets within ICS’s to support cross-organisational care pathways, including informing regional and national care strategies using ICS patient data
– Look at how does data needs to be processed, managed, stored, to inform decision making, policy design, regulations, patient intelligence, build trust and transparency to support the reimagining of health and care delivery
– Examine new and emerging digital technologies, their use cases and the skills needed to further align the design, development and provision of specialised services with linked care pathways.
Please note – this is an invitation-only event.
For more information, please contact Ornella Barreto, Senior Marketing Manager – Public Sector: [email protected]