Key Points
  • Exploring the future of record management to help increase consistency, accessibility, and efficiency
  • Creating free flowing records through implementing technology and building a progressive system for record management
  • Learning from best practices and innovation to minimise risk to patient safety
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Overview
Confirmed Speakers
  • Professor Maureen Baker, Chair, Professional Record Standards Body
  • Dr Abdullah Albeyatti, Interim Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners Yorkshire Faculty and NHS Clinical Entrepreneur
  • Harry Pettet, Electronic Document Management Project Manager, Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Tracy Tarpy, Head of Health Records, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Leigh Warren, Clinical Research Consultant and Doctor, Imperial College NHS Trust
  • Dr Mohammed Al-Ubaydli, Founder, Patients Know Best & Member, Centre for Health Informatics & Multiprofessional Education, UCL
  • Astrid Grant, Change and Benefits Manager, Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Representative, NHS Digital


Record keeping and management in the NHS is facing ongoing challenges including the use of paper records, integration and adopting electronic records, while dealing with the impact of COVID-19 on the health services.

With the launch of the draft Record Management Code of Practice 2020 by NHSX, Westminster Insight’s Record Management in the NHS Digital Conference will explore how to create a more cohesive and accessible health archive and data and records system that can help improve patient safety.

Working towards a shared vision for health and care providers, you will gain insight into the transition to digital records and the potential to enhance integration between health and social reducing risk and saving time for clinical staff.

You will explore how innovative projects across different NHS trusts have enabled patient data to be shared, safely and securely. Explore the impact of digital records on regulation and how to create a compliant trust policy for record management, develop staff engagement and ensure reliable records that can boost internal communications.

Join key stakeholders from NHS trusts and NHS Digital to share actionable record management strategies including best practice in archiving, storage and processing records.


Agenda
Start

09:15 - 09:25
Chair's Opening Remarks

 

Speakers

Professor Maureen Baker Chair, Professional Record Standards Body

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09:25 - 09:55
Best Practice Example – NHS Digital National Record Locator

 
  • Exploring how the National Record Locator (NRL) works, upholding the information Governance Framework, developing a detailed index and what the NHS and care settings can do to support its growth 
  • Understanding how to utilise the NRL to ensure patient records can be retrieved and develop national interoperability
  • Examining how NRL can help to improve integration across care pathway providers, reduce patient waiting times and create more accurate understandings of local populations




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Representative NHS Digital

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09:55 - 10:30
Creating a National System for Record Management in the NHS

 
  • Building a cohesive record management system that could improve integration and rolled out on a national level
  • Understanding how a national record system could help with future pandemics
  • Implementing joined up approaches that enable both trust and national policy to comply with regulations including GDPR compliance 
  • Overcoming barriers of investment policy differences to improve national progress
10:20 - 10:30 Questions and Discussion

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Dr Leigh Warren Clincal Fellow, Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London

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10:30 - 11:00
Reviewing the Future of Record Management in the NHS

 
  • Considering what next for record management after COVID-19 to help enhance external and internal communication regarding patient, corporate and archived records 
  • Evaluating the paperless aim, understanding different options moving forward 
  • Understanding the impact of poor record keeping and minimising risk on patient safety
  • Exploring the impact of COVID-19 on record and data collection across NHS Trusts
09:45 - 09:55 Questions and Discussion

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Harry Pettet Electronic Document Management Project Manager, Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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11:00 - 11:15
Break

 

11:15 - 11:45
Improving External Records Communication

 
  • Creating strong external communication working across health and social care providers to deal with medical and health record requests
  • Considering the challenges posed by COVID-19 on NHS trusts communication externally and with international counterpoints
  • Exploring actionable approaches towards record management including archiving, storage and processing records   
  • Creating free flowing records that can improve patient experience across different health and social care services

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Tracy Tarpy Head of Health Records, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust

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11:45 - 12:15
Patient Experience: Accessing Health Data and Records

 
  • Understanding how patients can better access their own health data and records
  • Offering support to clinical staff and NHS trusts to help improve patient experience 

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Dr Mohammed Al-Ubaydli Founder, Patients Know Best & Member of Centre for Health Informatics & Multiprofessional Education, UCL

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12:15 - 13:00
Case Study: Delivery Digital Records in response to COVID-19

 
  • Implementing technology to build a progressive and coherent system for record management that could help support the NHS through additional COVID-19 waves or future pandemics
  • Sharing data and records with health, care and other agencies to utilise patient medical records to create an accurate understanding of populations and useful data in pandemics 
  • Building a digitalised system that ensures ease for the NHS and protects patients privacy
12:45 - 13:00 Questions and Discussion 

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Dr Abdullah Albeyatti, Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners Yorkshire Faculty

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13:00 - 13:10
Chair's Closing Remarks

 

End

Speakers

Representative NHS Digital

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Professor Maureen Baker Chair, Professional Record Standards Body

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Tracy Tarpy Head of Health Records, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust

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Dr Abdullah Albeyatti, Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners Yorkshire Faculty

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Harry Pettet Electronic Document Management Project Manager, Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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Dr Mohammed Al-Ubaydli Founder, Patients Know Best & Member of Centre for Health Informatics & Multiprofessional Education, UCL

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Dr Leigh Warren Clincal Fellow, Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London

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