21 August 2014 13:06


CCIO Leaders Network events

2014 Events

The CCIO Leaders Network 2014 events programme moves from the ‘why’ to the ‘how’ of clinical informatics leadership, and focuses on the different areas in which chief clinical information leaders can be effective within their organisations. It will include the successful invitation only summer school, and will culminate once again in the CCIO Leaders Network Annual Conference at EHI Live 2014 in Birmingham.

Sep
9
Cisco offices, 9-11 New Square, Bedfont Lakes, Feltham, Middlesex, TW14 8HA

The potential for adoption of video technologies to assist healthcare provision has long been understood and indeed there are several great examples of success. But it has to be said that the complexity of the technology has often thwarted  widespread adoption. Today Cisco believe that video technology has reached a level of maturity and simplicity that means the NHS is on the cusp of an explosion in adoption in the immediate years ahead. Delegates will learn more about harnessing these advancements in video technology to improve health outcomes. They will also hear from clinical colleagues using this type of technology and find out how it can be used effectively within their own organisation.

Sep
11
Millennium Room Ground Floor, Waterfront 4, Newcastle, NE15 8NY Newburn United Kingdom

Delegates are invited to attend the second network of networks meeting focusing on the north east shared GP discharge summary which was developed as a result of the Spring meeting. The morning will provide an update on the work of the professional records standards body and the importance of adopting standards especially in relation to the shared GP discharge summary. The afternoon session is an opportunity for the different networks to hold joint meetings, in particular the regional CCIO Leaders Network and the North East CIO network.

Nov
4
NEC, Birmingham

The national conference returns to EHI Live. Chief clinical information officers and all those working in clinical informatics come together to hear from international and national speakers on the issues that affect the way informatics can support improvements in clinical care.  Delegates will hear from CCIOs in the midst of implementations to share best practice and see what is new in the market. Find out more on the conference website.

Feb
6
King's Fund in London

This half day event focused on the collaborative approaches that chief clinical information officer are developing to secure benefits for patients.

Read a summary of the event, and explore all the presentations.

Mar
6
York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

This half day event looked at how technology can be used to support and improve patient safety.

Read a summary of the event, and explore all the presentations.

Mar
25
Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield

This event brought together five networks in the North East to find out how they can collaborate to push forward the digital health agenda in their local areas.

Read a summary of the event, and explore all the presentations.

May
16
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

This one-day conference highlighted leading NHS open source developments and provided the opportunity for delegates to learn about and share insights into harnessing open source and agile development approaches to NHS IT challenges.

Read a summary of the event, and explore all the presentations.

Jun
27

The first CCIO Leaders Network best practice webinar will be held on Friday 27 June at 12:30pm. CCIO Leaders Network chair Dr Joe McDonald will present on the development of the north east discharge summary alongside Mark Thomas, chair of the North East CIO group. The presentations will be followed by an open Q&A.

Jul
31
CCIO Summer School
The Judge Business School, Cambridge

The event included updates on national directives that have a direct impact on the work of clinical information leaders and talks from chief clinical information officers from around the country. It included a site visit to Addenbrooke’s Hospital to see the change management processes that underpin its upcoming installation of the Epic electronic patient record. Click here for a summary of the event.



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