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Electronic Document Management in Healthcare: Delivering a Paperless NHS

Monday 2 February 2015
ICO Conference Centre, London

Electronic Document Management in Healthcare: Delivering a Paperless NHS

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“Implementing Electronic Document Management Solutions is a challenge, a major project and a substantial change to the way care is delivered but it is achievable, and others have achieved it and gained many benefits” Dr Masood Nazir Clinical Informatics Advisor NHS England, May 2014

Following NHS England’s committment to a paperless NHS, this one day conference focuses on a practical guide to delivering intelligent electronic document management in your organisation. The delivery of clinical care is no longer from a single place with a single record location but from multiple sites (including the patients own home) and the electronic record needs to be available in these multiple sites to improve patient care and aid clinical decision making in real time.

The conference outlines a number of different strategies for the implementation of EDM and discusses key issues including the legal framework and information governance. This will be complemented by practical case studies from NHS Trusts that have implemented Electronic Document Management in practice.

100% of delegates at our previous conference on this subject would recommend it to a colleague.

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