Webinar | Resetting the NHS: Reframing Services for the Future
Intouch with Health is pleased to announce a new webinar, in conjunction with GovConnect. Part of the NHS Long Term Plan Webinar Series - Resetting the NHS: Reframing Services for the Future takes place on 24 September 2020 between 1pm – 2pm.
Click here to join the expert panel and register for this webinar event.
Confirmed speakers for this webinar include:
- Imelda Redmond CBE - National Director, Healthwatch England
- Jacquie White - Director, National System Transformation Group, NHS England & Improvement
- Mike Sanders - Chief Executive Officer, Intouch with Health
- Kevin Fletcher - Chief Operating Officer, Intouch with Health
What will the webinar explore?
This webinar will highlight:
- The challenges the NHS faces
- How solutions to those challenges have been designed – by listening to what the NHS needs
- How the NHS has successfully implemented the solutions (hearing success stories from the NHS itself)
- The importance of embedding transformation and new ways of working for the future
Who should attend the webinar?
This webinar is applicable to a wide range of NHS personnel, including;
- Operational Staff
- Patient Groups
As the NHS recovers from the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, many organisations and health systems are not seeking to return to their pre-COVID ways of working. Instead, they are using the ‘reset and recovery’ phase as an opportunity to transform and enhance patient care whilst locking-in efficiencies and operational improvements.
This transformation is seen as essential by many as the NHS prepares for ‘Winter Pressures’. It also builds resilience for any future pandemic waves and, importantly, manages the backlog of elective procedures.
The pace and extent of disruptive transformation driven by the COVID crisis would have been unimaginable at the turn of the year. Since the pandemic erupted, organisations and networks across the NHS have implemented, almost overnight, many transformation initiatives that have been in planning stages for months or years. It has also necessitated a radical redesign of many ways of working. These changes have led to a fundamental rethink of both the speed and level of change that is possible. Despite all of these pressures it is recognised that the speed and level of change must be implemented in a managed and phased way.