The Convenzis Outpatient Transformation Conference 2022 provides secondary care leaders with some direction and insight into the NHS Outpatient Transformation Programme. The event will provide high value, policy-led, presentations from sector-leading speakers, meet the supplier sessions, networking opportunities and interactive Q&A.
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The NHS is giving patients greater control and convenience in their NHS hospital or clinic appointments – by offering telephone or video consultations, empowering people to book their own follow-up care, and working with GPs to avoid the need for an onward referral where possible.
This means less time travelling to hospital appointments and in waiting rooms, and better access to follow-up hospital care when needed. The planet also benefits from reducing the NHS’s carbon footprint and contributing to congestion on the roads.
Research sources for The Outpatient Transformation Conference 2022: NHS Long term plan, The Health Foundation, The HSJ.
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Our Outpatient Transformation Conference focuses on the new and developing NHS Outpatient Transformation Programme, the series follows the development of some key areas including:
If you are interested in the redesign and restructure of NHS Outpatient services and would like a complimentary pass, please get in touch today to reserve your place. Our CPD accredited event series is helping the NHS keep up to date and dialled in on the latest national policy and on the ground best practices, your complimentary pass includes:
Professor of Long Term Conditions
Business Leader: Consumer Insight
Fair Future Programme Lead
Registration, Networking & Breakfast
Nicola Williams, Community Cardiology and Community Telehealth and Tier 3 Long Covid Services Lead (Provisionally confirmed)
‘How can we help you? Co -producing the solutions to transform Outpatient Services’ (Confirmed)
Outpatient waits make up more than 70% of the NHS referral to treatment waiting list, so it is necessary to accelerate existing and new outpatient initiatives to ensure patients are treated more quickly. As part of the ongoing work around elective recovery, Super September has been created to help focus Provider outpatient activity on the patients who have the longest waiting times. Super September is part of a broader series, Action on Outpatients, where NHS will provide opportunity and support for systems to consider creative and innovative ways to delivery elective recovery and the way health services are delivered.
“Outpatients – Hospital or Community”? (Confirmed)
Better living with long term conditions through personalised, integrated and multiagency plans (Confirmed)
Morning Break, Networking & Refreshments
Chairs Morning Reflection
Skin Analytics (Confirmed)
Prescribing warmth (Confirmed)
Networking and Lunch
Chairs Afternoon Address
Dr Simon Thackray, lead cardiologist, Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust (Invited)
Digitizing Patient Services (Confirmed)
Learning from experience: using patient and staff experience as part of outpatient transformation (Confirmed)
Northumbria Healthcare NHSFT has a well-established approach to patient experience and in 2018 started to develop a parallel staff experience programme. This innovative approach to creating a quality management learning health system has been used to support the out-patient transformation programme. Hear about the programme and how it works in practice.
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