On the 24th September we hosted our inaugural Patient Pathway Plus User Group Meeting at Sci-Tech Daresbury. We were overwhelmed by both the attendance and the feedback received since the event.
Over 60 delegates attended what was a really positive, engaging and informative day.
Debbie Moon from NHS England & Improvement very kindly joined us to update delegates on latest RTT National guidance: data collection and reporting update – what's on the horizon?
Focus areas were:
- What my team does and where we sit in the organisation RTT National guidance resources
- General data collection issues
- What’s on the horizon?
- Clinical review of standards
- Choice at 26 weeks
- NHS-England commissioned pathways (X24)
- Using Commissioning Data Sets (CDS) to measure RTT
Rob Davenport our Chief Technology Officer & Stuart McNaught our Solutions Platform Manager from Insource delivered a Patient Pathway Plus Technology strategy update and overview of current and new functionality and roadmap
Steve Chokr led a session focused on Insource’s Elective Care Access strategy providing delegates with an overview of proposed new enhanced services and technology.
- Transformation & Change Management,
- 18 week Training, Validation & Tracking services,
- Assurance & Compliance, Cancer pathway tracking,
- Root Cause Analysis, Enhanced Pathway management and Capacity and demand planning.
- Contributors to this session included: Himatix Health, 18 Week e-learning & Gooroo.
Jon Lawton: Head of Information Business Development from the The Northern Care Alliance (Salford & NE Sector) delivered a really engaging and informative Client story covering the PP+ journey so far: Successes, impact, challenges and the future.
Next on the agenda was an open discussion forum chaired by Jon Lawton & Karen Hyde. This session was fantastic and led to some really engaging and useful discussions related to data quality, pathway management, delays between appointments, lost to follow ups, use of OWLS to name a few…
The day was drawn to a close by Mac McKeever, Non-Executive Chairman of the Insource Strategic Healthcare Advisory Board. Mac gave a really powerful speech commenting on how impressed he was to see so many talented people come together to focus on improving how they work for the benefit of their Patients, their organisation and them as individuals. He was particularly impressed with how positive and engaged people were witnessing everyone in the room contributing and sharing experience, issues and successes.
Some Feedback from the session:
“Excellent presentations, very information regarding current spec and the potential developments for the future. RTT training presentation was very good.”
“Good range of topics. Interesting to hear about how you are developing the product and what other Trusts have done with the product.”
“It was very informative and a lot of useful information. It was also very inclusive from a range of positions within the NHS & open discussions re PP+ and going forward. There was also a positive atmosphere where everyone seemed interested and on the same page.”
“Very informative, well structured & professional”
“Interesting engaging agenda.”