Improving Health and Social Care Outcomes Through the Delivery of Multi-agency Information Sharing Services Seminar
The Scottish Government is sponsoring a seminar on 24th April 2013 at the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh which will consider the opportunities to form a framework that can be used to enable the appropriate sharing of data across all sectors and boundaries provided by the Adult Health and Social Care Integration Bill and the Children and Young People Bill. The seminar is being held at a critical time for organisations within the health and social care arena as they set out their priorities for the forthcoming financial year and beyond.
The agenda is designed to share and receive feedback on the collaborative working and data sharing principles that have been developed by the Data Sharing Technologies Board. The seminar will provide examples of projects that have been supported by the Board and will showcase some of the innovative work that is currently being carried out in Scotland between NHS Boards and Local Authorities. There will be an opportunity to examine these approaches and contribute to discussions that will inform the development of the Health and Social Care IT Strategy.
The event is aimed at senior practitioners and information managers across the Health and Social Care landscape including Directors of Social Work, eHealth Leads, Service Managers, Chief Information Officers, Education Authorities, Police, Fire Services and Third Sector.
More details, including how to book a place is included in the document below.
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If you have any questions or require further information on the seminar please contact Johan Nolan.
February 28th, 2012