The first ever Shared Care Records Summit will take place in Leeds on 20-21 March this year and is an opportunity to learn from colleagues from across the country about their experiences rolling out Shared Care Records and the positive impact they have (3 February 2023).
The event is being hosted by the Yorkshire and Humber Care Record Team, in partnership with NHS England, and is open to colleagues and users of Shared Care Records from across the 42 Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) as well as suppliers.
It is an opportunity to hear about a range of key issues including clinical safety, data standards, engagement and procurement as well as the positive impacts of Shared Care Records, from both staff and patients’ perspectives.
Jocelyn Palmer, OneLondon Programme Director at NHS London, said:
“This Summit is set to be a great event and an amazing opportunity to learn from colleagues from across the country. I am looking forward to sharing some of our experiences with the London Care Record and learning from others how we can go further and faster with it moving forwards. So please do sign up and join us at the Summit in March.”
Following the adoption and spread of Shared Card Record solutions within our Integrated ICSs, a focused event has been scheduled this March.
The Yorkshire and Humber Care Record team is hosting this event in Leeds, where colleagues from all 42 ICSs are invited to hear about the benefits of Shared Care Record adoption. NHS England will provide an update on the national picture and future of Shared Care Records and there will be some input from the technology partners who provide the solutions.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
As well as good practice and benefits, the event will explore challenges and issues. The aim is that action points can be taken from user feedback and suppliers will be able to hear the key issues with a view to making improvements to benefit all.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Each ICS can send three members of the team per day. Depending on the maturity of Shared Care Record solutions, this may be a Programme Lead, Information Governance Lead or Clinician.