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"Putting the IT into AHPs into Action" - ProjectC workshop

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ProjectC - Premier IT

3rd Floor, Ergon House

Horseferry Road

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SW1P 2AL

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We are looking for a number of AHP services that have embraced AHPs into Action and would like, together, to steer, design and pilot technology to provide support to making AHPs into Action a reality.

We would like to invite you to a workshop focusing on AHPs into Action and working through AHP specific operational needs and benefits, ensuring AHP services are equipped with IT to deliver the identified impact to give AHPs the voice, through evidence, to show their value. Already identified areas of need, but not an exclusive focus, are:

  • Improved patient and staff experience, evidencing and supporting activities that deliver positive, evidenced outcomes.

  • Mobile working that increases patient facing time, maximises and evidences outcomes.

  • Empowering and supporting patients to self-manage care whilst simultaneously and proactively identify when additional support is needed.

  • Having access to live business intelligence that enables benchmarking, variation identification and improvement opportunities at an individual, team and whole service level.

  • Increasing quality and driving up productivity whilst identifying cost savings.

The output from this workshop will be a set of publicised, prioritised operational technology needs, listing key features and benefits to patients, staff and organisations; creating an AHPs into Action technology roadmap. Participants will be invited to engage in further workshops to define, trial and case-study the technology.

The overall aim of ‘Project C’ (the working title of this programme of work) is to provide organisations delivering care in the community a technology route to fulfil the triple aim of the Five Year Forward View; driving improvements in health and wellbeing, restoring and maintaining financial balance and delivering core quality standards. ​

The recent AHPs into Action release, which gives the authority to act, represents the voice of AHPs and the wider system, including the public. It is a collective agreement which describes and demonstrates that AHPs are ready, prepared and have the skills to deliver what is required in an emerging and flexible care system.

AHPs into Action makes a clear case for the value AHPs bring to the health economy in terms of impacting lives and communities and a reduction in demand and cost across care provision. AHPs are well positioned to deliver reablement, rehabilitation and drive self-management with many AHPs having expertise particularly relevant to working with individuals enabling them to take control of their own health and wellbeing, supporting effective prevention strategies which support self-care and management.

Planning and managing a workforce and care delivery in the community, where demand isn't as visible as a ward or a surgery that can easily be seen and defined as full, is challenging. Caring in the community also requires a more expansive skill set to meet the complexity of needs. These two facts alone, ignoring logistics and lone working, create increased issues for AHP' services care delivery, planning, workforce management, activity and impact measurement and evidencing.

Working in the community comes with the traditional technology burden of mobile working, however we all know in our personal lives, being mobile these days doesn't disconnect us from all we need to know. Information we need is readily available wherever and whenever we need it, often alerting us of things proactively based on where or what we are up to via our phones or tablets. We remain connected, supported, informed and in control of our lives.

With many services now using the same clinical systems to create a single view of individual care, some almost being mobile, community care has been left wanting to fill in the additional operational IT support of managing, delivering and evidencing care in the community, delivering a real-time focus on need, resources and the ability to both plan and work proactively to deliver care.

ProjectC is a programme to fill these community care delivery operational IT gaps, it encompasses the needs of Mental Health, District Nursing and AHPs.

This workshop supports the AHP stream.



Who will get the value from this workshop?

Attendees will be delivering, or commissioning AHP services. Suggested roles will be Director of Services, Area or Team Leads, Transformation Managers and Productivity/Performance, Quality or Safety leads.



Information for attendees:

Please let us know if you have any personal access or dietary needs to make your attendance as enjoyable as possible. At the workshop you'll have access to wifi and break out places should you need to attend to any pressing work commitments, a buffet lunch will be provided; Please also see the FAQs below.

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What are my transport options for getting to and from the event?

Ergon House is between St James's Park and Westminster tube stations and either a brisk walk or a short taxi ride from both Victoria and Waterloo train stations. We are afraid we do not have parking facilities on site.

We have timed the event to ensure peak time travel and associated increased fare costs will be avoided.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please call 0800 785 1234 and ask for the ProjectC team or email: ProjectC@premierIT.com with any enquires.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please DO NOT print your ticket. Please feel free to just bring yourself and help us do our bit for the environment by avoiding printing.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

Yes, we are aware that diaries get changed, please however inform us of your replacement’s contact details as soon as you can so we can arrange for appropriate building access to be arranged.

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