Join GGF roundtable to find out how shared care records can transform NHS and social care

By on 23/10/2023 | Updated on 24/10/2023
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The NHS is working to develop a single care record for patients. The aim of the shared record is to provide a safe and secure way to bring together patient records from different health and care organisations.

The development of this shared record is a vital part of NHS England’s digital transformation programme. The single record is intended to improve healthcare for individuals by making it easier to share up-to-date health information. It could also lead to a step change in integrating health and social care provision by helping smooth the transition from hospitals to community health settings – a move that would have both clinical and financial benefits across the healthcare system.

However, unlocking these benefits will require greater coordination across the health and care sector, and Global Government Forum is convening an exclusive roundtable of senior health and social care professionals in Leeds to discuss how this can be achieved.

At this session, supported by knowledge partner Iron Mountain, you will join senior NHS officials and experts from across the health and care to share insight on how to develop – and make the most of – the shared care record.

This session will provide a shared understanding of the opportunities, and how the barriers – both technological and organisational – can be overcome.

The roundtable will be held at 12:30 on Thursday 9 November in central Leeds, where a complimentary lunch and refreshments will be provided.

If you would like to attend this roundtable, please contact [email protected]

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