Hear a range of EPR transformation tales, covering collaboration, convergence and digital maturity. Gain insight into how digital technology can help to transform the management of long-term conditions and tackle the increasingly challenged waiting lists. Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust share how they are creating over 1 million clinical documents a month through implementing and EPR. A collective of Sussex and Surrey Trusts will highlight how a collaborative approach has achieved financial efficiencies and benefited from sharing procurement tasks and evaluation expertise across the partners. Understand how Digital Health and Care Wales are moving forward after open assessments testing trusts digital system maturity.
EPR programme director, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Stuart has over 30 years’ experience managing and delivering transformation programmes across the NHS. Joining the NHS in 1992 as a database specialist, he progressed through the stages of Programme Management leading the then QIPP and Digital Transformation agenda for Primary Care organisations across the Black Country. He is currently the EPR Programme Director at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, deploying Sunrise EPR to underpin clinical transformation across the Trust. Ensuring digital technology improves patient outcomes is a passion.
deputy chief digital information officer, Sussex Community NHS FT
Louise Williams is the Deputy Chief Digital Information Officer for Sussex Community Foundation Trust (SCFT). SCFT is a large Community Trust in the South-East of England which has received Digital Aspirant funding over the past few years to support an innovative, digital transformation programme supporting their workforce in delivering care in patient’s homes. Louise has twenty years’ experience working across various NHS digital system and EPR implementations and is a graduate of cohort three of the NHS Digital Academy.
programme director, Surrey & Borders Partnership Trust
chief clinical information officer, Sussex Partnership Trust
Jo Hillier is the Chief Clinical Information Officer (CCIO) for Sussex Partnership. Sussex Partnership is a large mental health and learning disabilities Trust in the South-East of England. Jo is an Occupational Therapist and Psychological Therapist with twenty-five years of clinical experience in physical and mental health in the UK and New Zealand.
Jo is committed to ensuring that the benefits and opportunities of digital technologies are a reality within the delivery of mental health and are leveraged to have an important role in improving the mental health of the population and the delivery of health and care services.
Jo is passionate about inclusive digital leadership and actively encourages clinicians and operational colleagues from all disciplines to be a part of digital transformation. Jo is a graduate of cohort four of the NHS Digital Academy.
CDIO, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
Dylan Roberts, Francesca Owen, Jo Hillier, Louise Williams, Stuart Cooper