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Line up confirmed for National Shared Care Record Summit

International speakers will join colleagues from across the country in showcasing their projects and sharing lessons learned at this year’s Shared Care Record National Summit taking place in April in Birmingham (4 March 2024).

The final programme has now been confirmed and will include a range of presentations and workshops on key areas such as spreading involvement in Shared Care Records, boosting adoption, benefits, standards, care planning and professional and public engagement.

With the backing of NHS England’s Connecting Care Records Programme this year’s Summit will take place at the ICC in Birmingham on 16 and 17 April.

Integrated Care System colleagues are invited to attend the Summit which will be an opportunity to hear about a range of projects from across the country and overseas as well as network with colleagues.

There will also be senior NHS England colleagues updating on the national picture and future of Connecting Care Records, as well as support from technology partners some of whom are sponsoring the event.

The Summit programme includes:

  • Learning lessons from across the world: including speakers leading shared care record and interoperability projects in the USA, Australia and Catalunya.
  • Transforming services through shared care records: including case studies about maternity services and hospital discharge capacity and flow.
  • Spreading involvement: including case studies on integrating community pharmacies and engaging local government.
  • Increasing adoption: including case studies of working with social care and care homes.

OneLondon will be involved in a number of the sessions where the team will set out some of our key achievements and the lessons we have learned. This includes:

  • Our recent independent economic study of the London Care Record that showed it has saved health and care professionals’ time up to a value of £44.4 million.
  • Work to connect more of the Capital’s care homes to the London Care Record.
  • Recent developments with the Universal Care Plan for London.
  • How our South East London partners delivered adoption and spread of the London Care Record.

Jocelyn Palmer, OneLondon Programme Director, said:

“This year’s Summit has got a really packed and exciting programme. It will be great to hear from our international speakers as well as from colleagues across the country on issues ranging from working with community pharmacies to different approaches to measuring benefits or engaging the public. I am delighted that OneLondon’s work will be showcased at a number of the sessions. The Summit is set to be a fantastic and productive event so please do register for a place and join the OneLondon team in Birmingham in April.”


Following the success of the first Shared Care Record Summit in March 2023 in Leeds and as a result of feedback, this event will be held in at the ICC, Birmingham in April 2024.

In 2023 over 200 colleagues attended the event with 35 out of 42 ICSs represented to hear positive impacts of Connecting Care Record (Shared Care Record) adoption. As well as a poignant patient story, ICS colleagues shared their progress and NHS England updated delegates on the national picture. In addition, key technology partners were able to showcase their solutions whilst hearing directly from delegates about future requirements in their locality.


This is a national event and will highlight the progression made across regional and local care settings for shared care records. Invited technology partners are an active ingredient to the conference and can help support the latest solutions as well as the functionality and progress connecting care records.


Colleagues from all 42 ICSs are invited. Each ICS can register a number of delegates and depending on the maturity of Connecting Care Record (Shared Care Record) work you may wish to send your Chief Information Officer/Chief Clinical Information Officer, Programme Leads, Project Managers, IG Experts, Clinicians, Stakeholder Engagement Managers.


You can register for the event here.


You can view the outputs of last year’s event including agenda, videos, sponsors and delegate feedback here.

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