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Digital Health webinar – Interoperability Challenges in the NHS – Watch recording below.

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This webinar has now passed, but you can still see our two experts to discuss the interoperability challenges being faced by the NHS by clicking here.

The full slide deck can be seen here 

With Integrated Care Systems (ICS) becoming legal entities the new organisations must now knit technology and data together in a coherent way to enable trusts to manage care pathways and meet mandatory requirements.

Interoperability is a key component in making disparate systems talk together within the NHS. It is also essential for integrated, effective, efficient and safe delivery of care. The recent “Data Saves Lives” strategy included a recommendation to have integrated care systems that are “interoperable by default.”

Understand the key challenges being faced by ICSs right now in bringing together data, technology, processes and people across the new ICS structures.  Learn about the key elements required to plan and deliver an interoperability strategy for an ICS and about the services and solutions available.

Hear from South London and Maudsley who have used interoperability to create a new Point of Care process to forge a world first in testing patients using a new finger prick blood process. Understand how interoperability at South London and Maudsley (SLaM) benefits their organisation using Artificial Intelligence and population data to fine tune patient care and deliver outcomes.

Stuart MacLellan is considered to be one of the leading CIO’s in the UK working at South London and Maudsley NHS Trust.

Nik Barnes’ experience as both Clinical Lead for IT and CCIO at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital has given him an in-depth understanding of the significant issues clinician’s face when adopting software in clinical practice and how such problems might be overcome.

More about the challenges being faced by the NHS right now can be seen in an animation video visiting



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