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Yorkshire & Humber Digital Health & Wellbeing Ecosystem 11th July

Following the success of past Digital Health and Wellbeing Ecosystem meeting, the Yorkshire & Humber AHSN will be hosting the seventh meeting in Hull on Tuesday 11th July.

If you want to know what the Ecosystem is all about you can view our film here or here

The meeting will be held at the Royal Hotel, Hull on Tuesday 11th July from 9.30 – 2pm. The theme for this meeting is “Joining the dots” – how can we share records, data & applications to enhance future healthcare?”

You can register at the following link:

Attendance at #YHDigitalEco include Yorkshire & Humber health and social care commissioners and providers, digital citizens, local authorities, commercial organisations and voluntary and community sector organisations.
The event will include networking and showcase opportunities, updates from NHS Digital and NHS England and Hull CCGs regarding the national and regional interoperability agendas, and workshop sessions including:
1. Creating a blueprint for shared care records in the Humber region – facilitated by Humber, Coast & Vale STP

2. Co-designing how digital platforms can enhance Mental Health services – facilitated by South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw STP
“Within all the work that is being done to develop systems that better support joined up healthcare, we want to look at how this could improve services for people with mental health problems; including how information and treatment can be accessed, shared and managed by the patient. This is your opportunity to be involved in shaping what patient centred management systems for people with mental health problems will look like over the next five years.”

3. Co-producing a place-based digital maturity improvement tool – facilitated by Dai Roberts, Greater Manchester AHSN
“NHS England has commissioned the development of an improvement tool to help local places consider how to develop their use of digital technologies to improve outcomes and the experience of citizens. The improvement tool will focus on understanding the real world experience of local people, professionals and industry. This session, is an opportunity to be involved in the co-production of this tool before it is made available nationally.”

We hope to see you there, and please feel free to share this information with colleagues in your organisation who may be interested in attending.

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