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Fortrus are exhibiting at the one day EPR event at NNUH on the 20th September

News   •   Aug 15, 2017 10:38 BST

The day, which is being hosted by members of staff from NNUH, will provide the opportunity for delegates supported by experts in the field and industry partners to explore opportunities for delivering a common Electronic Patient Record across the three Norfolk acute trusts and the Norfolk and Waveney Health and Care Systems.

Professor Erika Denton, NNUH Consultant Radiologist said: “The day will be a fantastic chance for senior clinicians to continue their professional development. Using EPR is a massive part of shaping the future here in Norfolk.”

For further information or to book a place, please email glynis.wivell@nnuh.nhs.uk

The agenda for the day:

12.00 Free time to view displays and talk to exhibitors including: Fortrus, AGFA, Cambio, Cerner, DXC-Lorenzo, EAHSN, IMS Maxims and many more... Lunch from 13.00 15.15 Refreshments
14.00 Welcome and housekeeping Professor Erika Denton, Associate Medical Director, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 15.25 Benefits, Challenges, Lessons Learned and Mobile Working Dr Jeremy Lewis, Consultant in Acute Medicine, Information & Communications Technologies Lead and Nikki Turner, Head of Service Transition, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
14.05 The local context and ambition Professor Erika Denton 15.50 Digital pathology and the difference working in a digital environment makes Professor Adrian Newland, Director  of the Pathology Clinical Academic Unit, Barts and the London NHSTrust
14.15 The importance of an EPR and digitalmaturity Professor Timothy Evans, National Director of Clinical Productivity, NHS Improvement 16.05 The Nursing experience of implementing and using an EPR Helen Balsdon, Assistant Director of Nursing (Informatics, End of Life Care and Patient Experience) Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
14.30 The difference an EPR system makes and our experience of implementation. Mr Dermot O’Riordan, Chief Clinical Information Officer & Consultant Surgeon and Mr Mike Bone, Chief Information Officer, West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and colleagues 16.30 Panel Q & A session
17.00 Close

The purpose of the event is:

  • To bring together clinical multidisciplinary leaders and managers across the three acute Trusts in the Norfolk and Waveney STP footprint.
  • To showcase the ambition to deliver an integrated EPR solution, gauge key benefits of and functions required in such a system, showcase what other footprints are working on and what the marketplace currently looks like.
  • To build a community within the Trusts’ clinical staff that is informed about the opportunities, features and benefits that EPR systems can deliver, together with how they can be integrated into patient and clinical pathways. This will educate and inform them and enable them to make the right choices of the best systems for our patients.

Fortrus are the innovators of 'Unity Realtime EPR' an alternative to traditional EPR Strategies

Fortrus will be exhibiting at the event with the objective of providing delegates with information about Unity Realtime EPR and the solutions we have delivered to the NHS, illustrating that there is an alternative solution to traditional EPR strategies.

Traditionally the NHS have been sold by the IT Industry confusing and overlapping solution concepts such as; EPR, EMR, IDCR, Portals and EDM, to name but a few. The Unity Integrated Digital Care Record is different; it’s a bespoke solution that blends the functionality of all of the above concepts into a single Digital Roadmap, delivered in modules, via a phased approach. Unity enables Trusts to ‘go-digital’ without ripping and replacing current systems, or implementing costly EPRs.

Phase 1: Unity is a fully NHS compliant solution that digitally displays patient information within a user-friendly and intuitive interface. This replaces the traditional patient record by displaying both the paper record electronically, along with any other information held about that patient in other specialist systems within the organisation. Staff delivering care will have a single view of all the information relating to the patient

Phase 2: Unity Realtime EPR brings information, clinicians, patients and care organisations together, through a revolutionary approach to deliver the required outcomes of an Electronic Patient Record, but without the costly and siloed approach of traditional EPR strategies and products.

Please come along and visit us on stand 6 to find out more.

Leigh Baillie

Chief Marketing Officer

Fortrus Ltd

Leigh.Baillie@Fortrus.com

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