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Delivering a Paperless NHS guidance from NHS England

Ann Slee, ePrescribing Lead, NHS England will discuss Delivering a Paperless NHS at today’s conference. In her presentation Ann discussed:

  • developing effective measures of eprescribing maturity
  • where Electronic Prescribing fits into Electronic Patient Records
  • standardising eprescribing across hospitals
  • moving forward: critical success factors

in her presentation Ann stated: 

"I don't think paperless is the same as paper free"

"Cheating will not be on the cards because you may well be found out and it won't help you"

"wifi is a key factor"

"January 2016 planning guidance will be released, April it must be submitted, road maps will be published and then the next year we'll do it all again"

Ann Slee Biography

Ann is a pharmacist, an expert in electronic prescribing and a former clinical lead for ePrescribing for England and has extensive experience in both the development and deployment of ePrescribing systems. Ann has also worked at Director of Pharmacy level in the NHS leading the development of clinical pharmacy and the modernization of the service using robotics and health-IT. She holds a number of honorary clinical academic appointments, has held a Health Foundation Leadership Fellowship and been a member of the NHS Evidence and NCAS Advisory Boards. 

Ann is currently part of the steering group for the NIHR research grant evaluating the introduction of ePrescribing into secondary care and is leading the ePrescribing work underway as part of the Integrated Digital Care Record initiative with NHS England

Also of interest:

Non-Medical Prescribing
Thursday 3 December 
Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester

Non-Medical Prescribing for Pain
Wednesday 3 February 
Colmore Gate Conference Centre, Birmingham

6 October 2015


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