Working in Tandem: Transforming health and social care
26th July 2016, 9:30 to 14:00 at The Derby Suite, The Midland Hotel, Peter Street, Manchester, M60 2DS
The challenge: working together to transform the management of our health and wellbeing.
The Government’s Five Year Forward View sets out a new vision of care for all of us. It requires care givers to act proactively – identifying people at risk, educating and encouraging self-care and targeting early intervention. It demands that services are shaped around the needs of the individual, not the institution. Above all, it requires all parts of the care community to work together. Underpinning it all is the need for information sharing.
Graphnet’s CareCentric shared record system is widely used across the UK to integrate health and social care services. Join us at a FREE event that will showcase how shared care records are being used in Manchester, Cheshire, London and Hampshire to support service transformation and new models of care.
The event is aimed at both health and social care professionals and will provide real-life case studies. It will demonstrate how systems from every health and social care supplier can be linked to support revised models of care across entire care communities. It will also provide a great networking opportunity for organisations across the region to brainstorm ideas and strategies.
Mark Wright, head of IT, Manchester CCGs
Care planning for people at risk of emergency care: The benefits of sharing information across health and social care in Central, North and South Manchester.
Jon Goldie, programme director, social care, Rotherham MBC
A practitioners view: integrating health and social care – what councils want out of information sharing and why.
John Glover, director of IM&T, operational planning and performance, Countess of Chester Hospital NHS FT and SRO for the Cheshire Care Record
View from the coal face: bringing together 100 organisations into a single Cheshire-wide record project.
Markus Bolton, director Graphnet and System C Healthcare
Transformative IT: practical, worked examples of how to use shared care records to support service transformation, direct clinical care and patient engagement.
Dr Jon Shaw, managing director Careflow Connect and director of clinical strategy, System C
Mobile technology to unite a care community: coordinating and planning care using alerts, team messaging, handover, referral and task management on tablets and smart phones.