COVID-19 has brought about a seismic change in how Primary Care operates with reports estimating that digital adoption alone accelerated a staggering 5 years in just eight weeks.
The NHS and Primary Care have admirably risen to the challenges of the past four months and out of adversity has come incredible innovation. However, as with any rapid shift in practices there is the need to ensure that the changes are being delivered in a manner that address the long term challenges and not just the short term needs.
For example how should Practices handle the huge amount of patient data they can now access, how do they maintain GDPR compliance and how is their professional indemnity affected by video consultations are just a few of the myriad of questions Primary Care now face.
Critical Lessons Primary Care Must Learn From
With Primary and Community Care are under greater pressure than ever before, this webinar will debate how CCGs and PCNs can:
• Create better patient-led experiences
• Maintain compliance and best practice standards
• Address GP retention
• Remove barriers to sustainable digital modernisation
• Improve workforce planning
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Paul is GPDQ's CEO. He's an entrepreneurial leader with a successful track record in high growth environments and extensive experience of digital and retail businesses. GPDQ recently secured a £2m funding round led by IW Capital providing a...
Dr Bhagat is GPDQ’s founder and Chief Medical Officer and a NHS GP. Dr Bhagat founded GPDQ in 2015 as a doctor-visiting service, enabling patients to see an NHS GP quickly and conveniently. GPDQ has since grown to offer employers workplace health...
Tal’s been a GP since 2000 and has loved it! He’s been the lead GP for 16 years and held a number of management roles in the NHS both in commissioning and providing. Has an interest in digital health and has recently completed his MBA from London...
Damian has been a GP in Birmingham for over 16 years and always had a keen interest in how IT can improve the lives of clinicians and patients. He has been involved in the IT response to Covid-19 and been particularly excited about how the...