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Procure and develop best-in-class systems for e-rostering and e-job planning with our new resources, and apply for capital funding to help implement them.
In partnership with the Department of Health and Social Care, we are offering £7 million to help trusts develop e-rostering and job planning systems. There will be a specific focus on trusts implementing these systems for the first time and those working with suppliers to develop advanced functionality in workforce rotas.
The leaders in healthcare conference in November showcases the most topical issues in healthcare and how they affect the future of the healthcare profession.
National Medical Director Professor Stephen Powis will host his annual medical leaders’ day during the conference with medical directors and clinical leaders coming together to discuss delivering the strategic priorities of the NHS Long Term Plan.
Your organisation, patients and local population could receive ITP funding for innovations and technology that offer potential clinical and financial benefits for providers.
Find out more about the ITP programme, this year’s themes, and the criteria for selection, or send your enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a result of detailed feedback from trusts, we have revised guidance on our expectations of boards and board members encouraging staff to speak up about issues of patient care, quality or safety and now offer supplementary resources and a streamlined self-review tool.
Executive leads for FTSU can review their trust’s progress and refine development plans against the updated guidance.
Care Quality Commission
Driving improvement through technology
This resource examines how providers are using new technologies to improve quality of care, including applications developed to help patients take more control, and digital systems for sharing care records.
It focuses on how healthcare services are doing things differently and highlights the need for providers, innovators and regulators to work together to get the best out of new technology.