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We are delighted to confirm an additional set of dates for our Interoperability: What’s Stopping You? workshops that we originally ran before Easter.
Since those workshops, the Richmond GP Alliance (RGPA) has published a White Paper that illustrates what they have achieved having deployed Vision 360, our interoperability solution that allows appointment details and patient records to be shared between GPs. If you haven’t seen the White Paper you can download your copy here. The impact of what the RGPA has achieved is quite remarkable, and these results could be replicated in nearly every CCG or federation in England.
Each event will offer insight and value as we assess the White Paper in terms of clinical, financial and operational improvements, how the results were achieved and whether such a solution would work in your specific healthcare economy. Each event will last for 4 hours (including lunch) and is limited to just 12 attendees. We also anticipate having Grant Oliver, the author of the RGPA White Paper, in attendance at several of these events. Grant was the specialist contracted by the RGPA to deploy Vision 360, and he is keen to share his learnings and expertise with an interested audience.
You will have an opportunity to tell us about your specific local record sharing requirements and the barriers that are making it difficult for you to implement interoperable solutions.
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INPS has started to revolutionise the digital healthcare experience. New Vision apps for Windows, Android and Apple devices have been designed to make working lives easier for GPs, receptionists and admin staff. The combination of simple task-driven screens and rapid response times offers an amazing user experience.
Vision promotes collaboration and has built-in interoperability between GP practices, regardless of which clinical systems they use, and with the wider healthcare team. A simple service-driven approach to sharing appointments and patient records enables federations, CCGs and health boards to deliver integrated care with full knowledge of patient medical histories across care settings.
Visit www.inps.co.uk for more information.