Event: Working in Tandem - Joining Health & Social Care
21st April 2015, 10:00 to 15:30 at King’s Fund, 11-13 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0AN
The spotlight continues to fall on joining health and social care teams, with IT seen as a key enabler. Examples of integration exist but are fragmented. Information Governance is often cited as a major blocker to integration, along with a general lack of awareness of the technology which is available to support this goal, and yet it can and is being done.
Join us at a FREE event that will showcase national integration success stories and demonstrate how to join the sectors with relative ease. The event is aimed at both health and social care professionals.
Beverley Bryant, Director of Strategic Systems & Technology, NHS England
Richard Humphries, Assistant Director, Policy, The King’s Fund
Richard Pantlin, Independent Consultant working with Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS)
Glenn Winteringham, Director of IM&T, The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust and Michael Woolcott, Head of Information Services, London Borough of Islington
John Glover, Director of IM&T, Operational Planning and Performance, Countess of Chester Hospital & NHS Trust
Dr Amir Mehrkar, CCIO Hampshire Health Record NHS South CSU
The CareCentric Shared Care Record Solution – joining health and social care in practice System C and Liquidlogic have collaborated to offer CareCentric, a proven shared record solution which allows Health and Social Care practitioners to build a single care record.
The CareCentric software combines the data collected in Liquidlogic, Medway and other local systems into a single digital care record. It connects to most of the major health and social care IT software being used in the UK as well as the majority of GP systems, giving professionals immediate and seamless access to GP, acute, community, mental health and social care records.
In addition to a wide variety of speakers, there will also be a demonstration of live shared care records.
System C is looking for further health and social care partners to work with us on the second wave of the CareCentric partnership programme, therefore we would be grateful if you could pass this invitation on to any social care colleagues who you would expect to join in a shared record project in your local community.