INTEROPen Share2Care Connectathon

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Aintree Racecourse

Ormskirk Road

Liverpool

L9 5AS

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Evening session now merged into day time session

As a leader in the adoption of Open Standards, Alder Hey is delighted to announce that we are hosting Liverpool’s first INTEROPen Connectathon. Over the past 18 months Alder Hey as part of our GDE programme, has been at the forefront of the development and implementation of the Share2Care programme.

What is Share2Care?

Share2Care is a cross STP programme, spanning across Cheshire and Merseyside & Lancashire and Cumbria, which enables clinicians to access real time health and social care information at their fingertips. This provides a platform which enables a view into records held across the health and social care setting to allow healthcare professionals to make informed decisions for patient care. Thus improving outcomes for patient care, emergency and crisis management.

Who are INTEROPen

INTEROPen is an OPEN collaboration of individuals, industry, standards organisations and health and care providers, who have agreed to work together to accelerate the development of open standards for interoperability in the health and social care sector.

What is a Connectathon?

A connectathon is the opportunity for suppliers, NHS clinicians and developers to come together to work on achieving a common set of goals. The goals will be centred on the information required to be exchanged through the course of a patient’s journey within the different areas of the health and social care setting.

We are hoping the event will accelerate the development of key areas of the Share2Care programme, using new and emerging technologies and standards, such as CareConnect API’s, GP Connect and NHS login. We also want to showcase the combined use of FHIR and XDS as a true testament and display of the power of Open Standards.

For example

A 19 year old male is known to West Lancs, he has recently transitioned from paediatric services in Liverpool over to adult mental health services and has a community mental health practitioner who visits him at his home once a week. He is under a consultant psychiatrist and has regular reviews since his transition.

Following attendance at a football match in Liverpool and a moderate intake of alcohol, the patient becomes unwell and is taken by NWAS to the Royal Liverpool Hospital.

Upon arrival at the Royal Liverpool Hospital, following assessment his mental health diagnosis is established and the crisis team are informed.

The aim of the connectathon is to enable in this case the crisis plan to be shared. The crisis information that is held within West Lancs and known to the community mental health practitioner needs to be accessed by NWAS and the Royal Liverpool Hospital to enable this young male to receive the most effective patient care at the point of crisis.


Agenda:

08:30 – 17:30 – Connectathon (including lunch & refreshments)
17:00 - 19:00 – Post Connectathon Reception (drinks, nibbles & networking)


Sign up for the whole Connectathon (08:30 – 19:30) if you are an NHS based Software Engineer, Developer, Product Support Analyst, Implementation Consultant, Interface Manager, Product Owner, or a techie with a heart full of FHIR.

If you have any dietary requirements please sign up for a ticket and then email:

GDE@alderhey.nhs.uk

Suppliers

Sign up for the whole Connectathon (08:30 – 19:30) by contacting GDE@alderhey.nhs.uk


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Aintree Racecourse

Ormskirk Road

Liverpool

L9 5AS

United Kingdom

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