Innovations to Modernise NHS Outpatient Services
Stay up to date with the Long Term Plan, discover how you can transform your outpatient service and ensure that you don’t get left behind with the advancement in technological innovation that will reduce bottlenecks and improve patient experience. This NHS conference will focus on developing your outpatient department through service model innovation aligned with technological advancements to progress your patient experience, tackle demand and enable capacity by driving forward digitalisation and change management.
By hearing case study presentations from leading outpatient departments across the country you will leave with the knowledge and motivatation to effectively improve efficiency and manage patient flow in your service. Take time out to benchmark, network and share your experience, partaking in stimulating discussions focussing on:
- Implementing NHS Long Term Plan strategies: promote alternative clinical settings to reduce costs
- Streaming services: sharing outpatient development strategies and manage patient flow
- Managing capacity and demand: improving follow-up and reducing waiting list times
- Transforming care through technology: incorporating digital outpatient bookings
- Establishing virtual clinics: a practical guide to establish and run virtual clinics
Share your processes and current quality improvement plans, discuss how to support your patients effectively and utilise digital tools and technologies to transform your outpatient service and improve your patient flow:
- Discover how you can implement the Long Term Plan
- Utilise capacity assessments for transformational change
- Acquire IT insight so you can identify how to significantly reduce clinical process delays
- Engage with different approaches to improve patient flow
- Reduce bottlenecks in the pathway
- Build a chain of referrals downstream to ensure whole system approaches
- Enable efficiency and reduce pressure through group clinics
- Achieve changed behaviours by enabling and encouraging staff to embrace IT
- Strengthen your online booking procedures and administrative team
- Identify how to improve your patient flow by evolving the different roles and responsibilities
- Benchmark your service against other outpatient development strategies
By attending this case-study driven conference you will learn new tools that you can implement to drive your service forward. This networking day will provide you with a unique and exclusive opportunity to share ideas and best practice advice with others in order to benchmark and discover how you can transform your service. Network with NHS representatives including:
- Service Managers: Outpatients, Patient Flow, Operations, Patient Access
- Outpatient Leads: Matrons, Sisters, Consultants, Lead Nurses and Nurse Consultants
- Transformation Leads: Outpatient Managers and Directors
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This NHS conference follows ‘Transforming Outpatient Services held in April 2019. This previous event was described as a “great experience”, sharing “great speakers and very relevant topics” and offering “great networking - learning how others run their services”.
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|9.00||Registration and refreshments|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks|
Eileen Henderson, Head of Outpatient Services, Honorary Clinical Tutor, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Implementing the NHS Long Term Plan
|9.40||Utilising technology to transform outpatient services in line with the Long Term Plan|
Redesigning services and care delivery to reduce hospital attendance
Implementing technology to support patients to self-manage their conditions
Remote care: promoting alternative clinical settings to reduce outpatient attendance
Rachel Roberts, Matron, Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust
|10.10||Going paperless: Making technology work for your outpatient clinics |
Case study: Implementing and maximising Lorenzo patient record systems for orthopaedics
How to promote clinical engagement to ensure support technological advancements
Overcoming the challenges of implementation and moving forward with other clinics
Eileen Henderson, Head of Outpatient Services, Honorary Clinical Tutor, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Innovating outpatient services
|11.10||Discussion session: Changing the culture of IT and incorporate it into your outpatient service|
How can you encourage your team to achieve a paperless ward? Benchmark ideas and develop an action plan to change the way that your team works and hear from your peers how they are working towards this. Overcome the challenges of implementation by learning from others pitfalls and develop new strategies to ensure a smooth transition.
Discussion lead: Nichola Day, Senior Outpatient Sister Orthopaedics and Fracture Clinic, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
|11.40||Case study: How to improve clinic utilisation and maximise patient flow|
Shared innovations and evidenced outcomes for improving capacity and demand in outpatients
Measuring the success of outpatient clinics on patient experience and utilisation
Overcoming the challenges for group outpatient clinics: engagement, facilities and feasibility
Daniel Peach, Group Manager for Surgical Services, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust
|12.10||Industry update |
If you would like to sponsor this day and share a 5-minute update, please contact: email@example.com or telephone 01732 897788
Managing capacity and demand
|1.30||Case study: Building a collaborative team to enhance the outpatient pathway |
Clinical pathway reviews: collaborating with GP’s to ensure appropriate referrals
Case studies: rebuilding frameworks in urology pathways to reduce attendance in outpatients
Review of the community provisions: upskilling and maximising local services to reduce
Ruth Heafield, Outpatient Programme Manager at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Clinical Pathway Transformations Lead, Joined Up Care Derbyshire Region
|2.00||Case study: Promoting self-management to reduce patient flow through remote care|
Supporting and promoting the Personalised Care Programme to patients
Improving access to and reducing costs for families through remote care development
Advancing the hospital patient wait pathway and achieving the two week wait period
Transforming care through technology
|2.50||Case study: Integrating technology to redesign outpatient services|
Robotic process automation: what we do and how has it improved our efficiency?
Long term goals of automation: aiming for 30% reduction in outpatient attendance
What does success look like? How do we monitor the success?
Lee Parkin, Outpatient Service Business Manager, United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust
|3.20|| Improving referral processes and reducing patient intake|
Collaborative working with community services to ensure that effective referrals are made
Managing communication between clinical staff and patients for accurate records
Case study: reducing the amount of visits and time during pre-operative assessments
Implementing Virtual Clinics
|3.50||Developing standard procedures and protocols for virtual outpatient clinics|
What works and for whom? How to achieve reduced variation and reliable implementation
Sharing redesign results: how to remove care duplication to improve patient flow
Case study: transforming follow-up appointments through patient initiated reviews
Lech Rymaszewski, Clinical Advisor Scottish Government - Modern OP programme and Retired Orthopaedic Surgeon
|4.20||Chair’s closing remarks|
|4.30||Close of day|
This unique conference will bring together professionals working across outpatient services. They will share best practice advice, experiences and open up discussions about how to overcome challenges of patient flow. Learn from evidenced based presentations with confirmed speakers including:
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- NHS and Public Sector Discount: £149 + VAT before 28th of February 2020
- NHS and Public Sector Discount: £209 + VAT after 28th of February 2020
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