Presenting an ecosystem of technology at The Virtual HPN Expo
Intouch with Health is to continue its long-standing relationship with the Healthcare Partnership Network by exhibiting and presenting at their latest event, The Virtual Healthcare Partnership Network Expo 2020.
As the sector’s largest CPD-accredited virtual event, The Virtual HPN Expo takes place on 17th – 18th November 2020, and will bring together 1000+ senior leaders, clinicians and managers in the NHS to connect and collaborate with the industry’s most transformational suppliers, in the biggest virtual event the sector has seen.
Speakers across the two-day event include:
• Rt Honourable Jeremy Hunt MP
• Niall Dickson CBE - Former Chief Executive NHS Confederation
• Lord David Prior - NHS England
• Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett – Chairman, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
• Rachel Dunscombe - Chief Executive Officer, NHS Digital Academy
• Jonathan Lofthouse - Site Chief Executive Officer, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
• Richard Stubbs - Chief Executive Officer, Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network
• Chris Streather - Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Chief Executive, Royal Free London NHS Foundation
Presenting alongside King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Healthcare Communications
Intouch with Health will be exhibiting across the two-day virtual event and presenting on 18th November in the virtual ‘Main Auditorium’ alongside King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Healthcare Communications.
The joint presentation will explore the current major project which sees solutions from Intouch and Healthcare Communications integrate to provide King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust with a cohesive, fully integrated virtual consultation process.
Jonathan Lofthouse from King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will join Intouch and Healthcare Communications during the presentation, providing an insight into the importance of an ecosystem of integrated technology to help drive patient care across the Trust’s seven sites.
Integrated Virtual Consultations at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Speaking about the project, Jonathan Lofthouse explained the Trust is taking a phased approach to the introduction of an Intouch and Healthcare Communications Virtual Clinics platform, where “full integration will be key to managing video consultations across our seven sites.”
He said: “We need to provide patients with the opportunity for extremely high-quality video consultations, but we also need to make it very easy for a clinician to administer that process. We have already launched phase one which is video consultations with patients, and phase two will see us deploy a fully PAS integrated virtual clinics platform so that each clinician can manage video and face-to-face patient consultations from one place regardless of where they are located across the hospital group.
“Going forward, virtual clinics will help reduce the requirement for patients to attend hospital for their consultation, in turn giving them much greater convenience over their appointments while improving their overall experience and maintaining open lines of communication with their clinician.
Register for free
Click here to register for this event and attend the presentation: https://virtualhpnexpo.com/register-to-attend/
Click here for the full event agenda: https://virtualhpnexpo.com/agenda-speakers/
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