MYPATHWAY TO BE PRESENTED AT ‘DRIVING FORWARD VIRTUAL CLINICS’ CONFERENCE, BIRMINGHAM, 27 MARCH
Andrew Gordon, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Jill Lomas, MSK Programme Manager, will be presenting how MyPathway is successfully delivering virtual clinics at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
Aimed at helping service leads set up and expand their virtual clinics, this third annual virtual clinics event will cover sharing tools and techniques on the practicalities, scope and limitations. This case study and evidence focussed NHS conference will be attended by nurse and consultant leads along with operations and outpatient managers representing several different clinical specialities.
In the ‘Evolving with the Technology’ session, Andrew Gordon and Jill Lomas will be presenting:
Development and feedback: My Pathway, an administration light, electronic virtual clinic
- Change and communication process: patients and clinical leaders working together
- Insight into the implementation of a robust admin light process to support virtual clinics
- Can we go completely digital? Taking effective patient engagement forward
To see the full agenda for the conference please click here
Sheffield’s integrated musculoskeletal (MSK) service manages 47,000 referrals per year. The MSK team have delivered significant improvements in patient engagement, reductions in costs and waiting times, as well as a dramatic increase in the level of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs), by rapid integration and deployment at scale of ADI’s digital patient communication system, MyPathway® .
The ADI team will be on hand to demonstrate MyPathway® Not attending the event? Click on our brochure to find out more, or watch the video and discover the benefits of MyPathway from the patient, clinician and CCG’s point of view.
For more information about the conference, click here