Tuesday, 10 November, 3pm to 3.45pm
2020 has been an incredible year for the NHS where organisations have had to respond to the covid pandemic, one of the biggest crises the service has ever seen. This has led to changes being made at unprecedented speed to ensure patients’ needs were still met. Many of the responses from the early part of the crisis are now becoming embedded into the NHS’ reset and recovery from the pandemic.
Using the full range of data available to it has enabled the NHS to make swift changes, and its use will continue to be vital as the NHS moves towards full recovery in 2021.
This webinar, sponsored by PA Consulting, will ask:
- How has data helped the NHS to act at speed and to be more agile as it has coped with the crisis? Are there examples of where healthcare systems or individual organisations have used information particularly well?
- Are there gaps in the information available to trusts and CCGs which would help them do this better?
- How can sharing information between system partners be enhanced and what benefits will this bring?
- What should organisations do now to ensure they can make the best use of data in the coming year?
Confirmed attendees for this discussion are: Jenny Lewis, healthcare expert, PA Consulting; Ming Tang, national director data and analysis, NHS England and Improvement; and James Sumner, chief executive, Mid-Cheshire Hospitals Foundation Trust. Chairing the event will be HSJ’s Nicholas Carding.
To register for access to the live session, or to the on demand recording that will subsequently be made available click here