No Comments in By Bhoomi Patel
CCIO/ Consultant ICM & Anaesthesia | Head of Workforce Information & Systems | Senior Project Manager | Digital Programme Director
The NHS COVID-19 staff digital passport proved its value during the pandemic, supporting staff movement across care systems. With unprecedented demand and pressures on the NHS and the people working for it, Read More
there are several opportunities to further develop the passport and support an improved workforce experience and healthcare productivity. Join this session to learn about how local, regional and central multi-disciplinary teams are collaborating to implement new technologies which are transforming the onboarding experience and systems access journey for staff The session will provide clinical and operational perspectives of the existing pain points to staff movement across healthcare settings and how these impact patient care. Senior NHS leaders will elaborate upon the potential of the NHSE staff digital passport to enable digital initiatives aimed at resolving these issues. These include interoperable collaborative banks, digital staff passports and reducing the logon burden through new provisioning and systems access capabilities.
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Categories: Smart Health