Taking Virtual Clinics from concept to completion
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Taking Virtual Clinics from concept to completion

Taking Virtual Clinics from concept to completion

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As recent winners of the NHS innovation and AHA awards 2016 BSUH are hosting a conference to show exactly how to move from concept to completion of a virtual clinic with the support of digital technology.


Agenda:

Session 1: Virtual Fracture Clinic journey from A&E attendance to rehabilitation

Lucy Cassidy, Advanced Practice Physiotherapist RSCH

Mr Paul Ranson, A&E Consultant RSCH

Polly Kempston, VFC Patient


Session 2: Diverse use of virtual methodology to support the NHS 5 year forward & STP's

Dr Keith Grimes, Medicine Digital Health & Innovation expert presenting ' Virtual concepts in primary care'.

Mr Andrew Symes, Urology Consultant presenting ‘Virtual Stones Clinic’

Lucy Cassidy, Advanced Practice Physiotherapist RSCH discussing 'Can the sharing economy ethos save the NHS?'


Session 3: Central standpoint from professional bodies, legal and commissioning

Professor Tim Briggs, National Director for Clinical Quality and Efficiency

Shelagh Morris, Deputy Chief Allied Health Professions

Julia Tracy, Senior Solicitor Hempsons | London

Commissioning & Finances TBC, BSUH


Session 4: Using technology to support wide-spread adoption

James Gibbs, Orthopedic Consultant RSCH

Sophie Richardson, Microsoft Technical Sales Manager

Marco Amoedo, HCL Solutions Director

Felicity Auld, Senior Physiotherapist


Session 5: Methods and evidence of adoption

Carol Ayres, 3M Head of Strategic Partnerships

Sian Sokota, Advanced Practice Physiotherapist WSH

Lucy Cassidy, Advanced Practice Physiotherapist RSCH


The conference will show how virtual methodology can be applied to a number of different areas in the NHS, using simple technology to support wide spread adoption. Demonstrating the lesions the NHS can learn from the sharing economy in terms of progression of patient managing strategies in line with simple digital technology in all aspects of medicine.


The conference will include refreshments throughout the day and lunch will also be provided


If you require any further details please contact us on: Lucy.Cassidy@bsuh.nhs.uk

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