With the challenge of delivering virtual clinics being presented to all outpatient departments, this is a great opportunity to come together and find out how to make it work in practice. From overcoming the information governance challenges to delivering cost benefits and improving outcomes for patients, this day will investigate how other outpatient services have developed effective virtual clinics in primary and acute care, long term conditions, for pre-operative assessment and rare conditions.
Many attendees to this event completed an evaluation form, and we are pleased to share with you some of the comments made about this day:
Very useful talks. Innovative ideasSheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Really valuable presentations on how to get started and what is happening elsewhereAyrshire & Arran NHS Scotland
Very focussed and preciseBlackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
It has provided both food for thought and also some tangible “how we do it” informationPennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Very informative- surpassed my expectationsWrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust
Good avenues of virtual clinics and an in-depth view into virtual clinics in practiceUniversity of Sheffield
Good networking eventAyrshire & Arran NHS Scotland
Informative, useful, proactive. Content that can be used to drive forward servicesThe Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital
The documentation from Virtual Clinics in Practice which took place on 12 July 2017 in York City Centre, includes the following presentations:
- Case study - How to set up a virtual outpatient clinic: from idea to implementation
- Transforming primary care - How GP virtual clinics work in practice
- Setting up and delivering your virtual clinics - in line with information governance and data protection requirements
- Case study - Virtual Pre-Op Assessment: Redesign of a service
- Shared evaluation and outcomes for virtual clinics and shared insights - for the future of clinics for rare conditions
- Case study - Achieving the ‘Best Practice Adoption Challenge’ prize for an innovative fracture clinic
- Case study - Setting up, maintaining and evaluating a virtual clinic: advantages and disadvantages
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