Public Sector Event
Developing And Implement A Clinical Portal
Venue: ICO Conference Centre
22 Berners Stret
Date: 11 Feb 2014
Synopsis: The conference will, through case studies of both in house and off the shelf approaches to clinical portal development, demonstrate how to implement the systems in practice, and the clinical benefits that can be realised. Sessions will also focus on essential elements of this approach such as managing data quality, information governance and security and clinical engagement.
â€œOur vision is for a fully integrated digital patient record across all care settings by 2018â€ SAFER HOSPITALS, SAFER WARDS: ACHIEVING AN INTEGRATED DIGITAL CARE RECORD, NHS England 2013 A Clinical portal is an electronic window that allows clinicians to view defined information about individual patients in a â€˜virtualâ€™ electronic patient record drawn from information held in different clinical systems. This conference focuses on implementing and developing clinical portals within clinical services, organisations and across organisations as a key tool in integrating systems and delivering the government recommendation of a paperless NHS by 2018. This approach to enabling the sharing of data using a connect all rather than a replace all approach using best of breed architecture which NHS England recently highlighted â€œA â€˜best of breedâ€™ architecture can provide more flexibility to implement digitisation gradually, piece by pieceâ€ SAFER HOSPITALS, SAFER WARDS: ACHIEVING AN INTEGRATED DIGITAL CARE RECORD, NHS England 2013 â€œThe rise and rise of the clinical portal in the NHS has been driven by the end of the national programme for IT and now by the new information strategy. If there is not a portal near you now there soon will beâ€ Health Service Journal. â€œThe primary driver for whatever approach is chosen to create the technology stack must be clinician ownership and buy-in. If the doctors and nurses wonâ€™t use it then it doesnâ€™t matter what technical functionality and capability has been introduced.â€ SAFER HOSPITALS, SAFER WARDS: ACHIEVING AN INTEGRATED DIGITAL CARE RECORD, NHS England 2013
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