On Friday 18th November the Transforming Primary Care programme alongside the National Patient Online team held an event for 180 Practice Managers, Administrators, CCG IT leads, CCG IT Support and programme facilitators from over 26 CCGs to explore how to better utilise online services for patients. Technology and digital health care provision play an increasingly significant role […]
By 2017 all London pharmacists will use summary care records to support direct patient and citizen care by improving the efficiency of delivery, informing decision making, and ultimately ensuring safer outcomes. This presentation has been developed for community pharmacists to support their development. What is a summary care record (SCR)? An electronic patient summary containing […]
We focused on better ways to use existing resources, like a highly skilled workforce and emerging digital technologies to achieve this vision. Stakeholders from across London’s health and care system explored how we make the vision of a world class, modern primary care system a reality.
A presentation to the Royal College of Nursing and Royal Pharmaceutical Society about why and how we need to transform London’s asthma care for children and young people. Background to Healthy London Partnership transformation programme Why is a collaborative approach to transforming asthma services needed? What we have done so far – asthma standards for […]
We want to create a system that co-ordinates care and supports people to stay well. Many Londoners are be receiving care from several different services and that can become confusing and frustrating when services fail to work in close collaboration. On 4 February 2016, we held an event for representatives of London’s primary care services. This […]
Presentations given at the Improving crisis care for children and young people event for commissioners on 28 January 2016 Anne OHerlihy – National update Christopher Garrett – Effects of diabetes on children and young people mental health and diabetes transition clinic training Dan Devitt – Commissioning quality eating disorder services and the impact of CAMHS Transformation […]
Materials presented at Implementing the Urgent and Emergency Care (U&EC) Vision on 17 November 2015. This event brought together commissioners, clinicians and patient and public representatives. It offered insights of Londoners’ experiences and expectations of U&EC services and how the clinically developed U&EC facilities and system specifications respond to their views. Event presentations Welcome and introduction […]