2nd Annual NHS Conference: The Command Centre Model
Creating Capacity through Regional Care Coordination
We’d like to take this opportunity to invite you to the 2nd Annual NHS Conference, “The Command Centre Model: Creating Capacity through Regional Care Coordination” at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust on Thursday 2nd March 2017.
With the emerging Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STP), hospitals and CCGs have been tasked with developing ‘place-based plans’ for patients within their region. For the first time, standalone healthcare organisations are looking to collaborate with their neighbours to enhance patient access and flow across a region, with the goal to provide better and more efficient care for their patients. This places an even greater emphasis on leveraging the right technology to enable system-wide transformation. TeleTracking’s centralised ‘Command Centre’ model, underpinned by its IT Operations Platform, will support hospitals in delivering coordinated and integrated care for patients by providing real-time visibility to patients, beds, assets and staff across regions. This creates transparency through the use of data to drive patient flow, improve access and support staff with workflow automation and contextual communications.
The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust have been selected as two of the NHS Improvement Patient Flow Software Implementation Pilots that forms part of the National Elective Care Plan agreed with the Secretary of State. The National Pilot Trusts will share their outcomes and experience with TeleTracking’s ‘Command Centre’ model and will act as national reference sites for other trusts that might want to adopt the innovation.
We hope that this event will support your thinking in this area and provide you with key insights and best practices from both UK and US hospitals that are achieving success. Guests will have the chance to network with fellow NHS representatives and world healthcare leaders and see a live demonstration of TeleTracking’s Operations Platform.
Thought Leadership Panel:
- Cheryl Etches, Chief Nurse, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
- Bernard Quinn, Director of Performance, NHS Improvement
- Ian Bett, Programme Director, Model Hospital, The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Michael Gallup, President, TeleTracking
Facilitated by Susan Fairlie, Director of Mindset Matters Ltd. and Quality Champion Programme Director, Norfolk Community Health Care Trust.
This event is hosted by The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust & supported by The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust & NHS Improvement.
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