Digital Teams from across Norfolk and Waveney health and care organisations are pleased to extend an invitation to all ICS partners for the inaugural Digital Connect Workshop scheduled for Friday 10 November 2023. Taking place at Dunston Hall in Norwich from 10am to 4pm, this event promises to be a valuable opportunity for colleagues to gain insights to the progress of the Norfolk and Waveney Digital Strategy initiatives.
The workshop will enable stakeholders to engage directly with project staff, provide feedback, and actively shape the future of digital healthcare in the region. Guests will be able to voice their perspectives on how they wish to be involved in the ICS’s digital endeavours and the event will also feature round table sessions where participants can contribute to the digital inclusion strategy and share thoughts on the opportunities and challenges associated with digital progress and adoption.
The agenda for the Digital Connect Workshop includes a diverse range of topics, all presented by local key stakeholders who are at the forefront of driving digital transformation in healthcare.
- The Shared Care Record
- Electronic Patient Record
- Data Hub
- Assistive Technology
- Remote Monitoring Technology
- Digital Social Care Record, and many more
In preparation for the workshop, registration is required to secure a place. Interested ICS colleagues can register by visiting this link. For any enquiries or further information, please contact the ICB Digital Team via email at email@example.com.
Anne Heath, Associate Director of Digital said: “The Digital Connect Workshop is a vital platform for us to come together as a health and care system and shape the future of digital healthcare in Norfolk and Waveney. Colleague insights and input are invaluable as we work to enhance services through digital innovation. We urge all ICS partners to attend and actively engage in this collaborative effort.”
This event marks an important step forward in the journey toward a digitally connected health and care system in Norfolk and Waveney. By fostering collaboration and dialogue among partners and stakeholders, the ICS aims to drive positive change that will ultimately benefit patients and communities throughout the region.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of this transformative event. Register today and join the conversation on 10 November 2023 at Dunston Hall, Norwich.