The 8th webinar in the Best Practice in conversation with series, co-produced with NHSX.
This session will look at the challenges and the successes of digital transformation in primary care during the COVID-19 crisis and which digital solutions will be taken forward.
Presenters Dr Matt Hoghton, Helen Crowther RN, Ann Gregory RN and Alison Taylor RN will give an overview of key programmes and new ways of working that have been implemented across primary and social care services during COVID-19.
Covering different perspectives on areas such as remote working and video consultations. Looking at how virtual check ins with care home residents and patients with learning disabilities has kept services connecting and how proxy access for care home staff has improved medication ordering.
They will also cover a project on connecting with digitally exclude communities using innovative communications.
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Ann has over 30 years experience working in general practice. She is now a clinical nurse advisor for NHSX supporting digital transformation programmes and leading the digital nurse network. She sits on the HIMSS board and is also a member of the...
Helen is a practice nurse with 14 Years experience. She now works for NHSX as a Clinical Nurse Advisor, leading the Digital nurse Network and advising key programmes. Helen is a Queen’s Nurse. She is also a member of the Cervical Screening...
Matt is an NHS Senior GP. He joined the Digital Primary Care Team at NHSX as a Digital Clinical Champion last year. Matt has been Medical Director of the RCGP Clinical Innovation and Research Centre. He also has experience working to improve...
Alison works for NHSX in the Digital Primary Care team as a Digital Transformation Manager. She is also a registered nurse, with experience working in secondary, community and primary care services and now has taken her skills and knowledge into a...