On the 19th and 20th October Cloud21 and Tegria colleagues will be attending NICON22.
The Northern Ireland Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022 (NICON22) provides a unique opportunity for colleagues and partners from across the health and care system, as well as the private and voluntary and community sector to come together, share ideas, reflect, network, and learn.
At this year’s conference, entitled ‘Recognition | Ambition | Mobilisation’, you can expect to hear from a wide range of local leaders, international speakers and frontline staff across over 40 sessions. Over the two days, NICON will explore the ambition for health and social care services and agree how to mobilise to tackle waiting lists and deliver a world-class service for our citizens.
NICON has made it possible to view the conference via live stream for those who cannot be there in person. Register here for the live stream.
Central to achieving these ambitions is the Northern Ireland encompass programme, a decade long initiative that aims to deliver improvements to outcomes for patients by making it easier for health and care professionals to deliver high-quality and safe care, improved efficiencies and greater collaboration across all care settings.
The encompass vision is for a digital health and care record for every citizen in Northern Ireland that better informs and supports their health and wellbeing throughout their life, built on a digital platform that streamlines services and patient journeys and links information across primary, secondary, community and social care.
Cloud21 and Tegria are proud delivery partners to encompass, and invite you to join us for a breakfast session on the 20th October where our panel will share experiences of how the use of data within an electronic health record can improve the safety, quality and experience of care and underpin evidence-based insight to better support care planning, commissioning, and delivery. We will also consider how an electronic health record provides a platform for patients to actively engage in managing their own care and improves communication with their care team.
• Richard Collins, Director of Cloud 21’s Epic practice; Programme Director, Royal Marsden, Hospital & Great Ormond Street Hospital
• Dr Shankar Sridharan, Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist and Chief Clinical Information, Officer, Great Ormond Street Hospital
08:15 – 09:15
F17 Glen 3&4
Electronic Health Records – Realising the Potential