The use of digital technology and data in health and care is already providing opportunities for improvements in the way services are delivered, and innovations like artificial intelligence (AI), and new technologies are being used to create new care models for the future. This event from our corporate partner The King's Fund brings together health and care professionals, innovators, commissioners, researchers and policy makers interested in the current and future implementation of digital health in the NHS and other health and care systems.
Date: 20th - 21st May 2020
Location: The King's Fund, London, W1G 0AN
Visit our exhibition stand in the Orangery to meet with our experts and find out about our latest solutions for integrated and personalised care.
Day two - 9am - 9:45am - Breakfast session on the Care and Health Information Exchange
On day two of the event there will be a breakfast briefing dedicated to progress to date and future plans for the Care and Health Information Exchange (CHIE), a secure system which shares health and social care information in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Originally launched almost 17 years ago, CHIE is one of the longest standing shared care records. It will be powered by Orion Health technology from summer 2020.
Why size DOES matter: clinical value of a truly enterprise digital record
- Peter Cambouropoulos, Programme Manager, NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Group
- Dr Tamara Everington, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
In this session Peter Cambouropoulos, Programme Manager, will detail how CHIE has moved from its creation to a business as usual tool. Tamara Everington, CCIO at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will then describe the clinical impact that CHIE has had and how it has enabled better patient care. Finally, Peter and Tamara will look to the future roadmap, including plans for medicines reconciliation.