London, United Kingdom, May 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- With the Government’s target of a paperless NHS by 2018 to save millions of pounds, improve services and help meet the challenges of an ageing population, now is the time to examine how this can be achieved and share learning from those who have already implemented effective electronic document management systems.
Their timely Electronic Health Records Conference gives you the opportunity to share best practice and take away insight on engaging patients and clinicians in digital uptake and to developing your electronic systems and processes.
Attend this conference to hear expert guidance on successful implementation and ensure that your organisation is on track to meet the interim target of March 2015 and the final April 2018 target.
Keynote: Beverley Bryant, Director of Strategic Systems and Technology, NHS England
Keynote: Dawn Monaghan, Public Services Group Manager, Information Commissioner’s Office
Chair: James Hawkins, Director of Programme Delivery, Health and Social Care Information Centre
Mike Jones, Chief Information Officer and Director IM&T, Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust
Adrian Byrne, Director of IM&T, Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust
Colin Sweeney, Director of ICT, King’s College Hospital
Neil Darvill, Director of Informatics, St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
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