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Addressing the challenges impeding patient flow at the Patient Flow Conference 2024

Addressing the challenges impeding patient flow at the Patient Flow Conference 2024

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We are excited to announce that we will be speaking at The Patient Flow Conference North 2024. In attendance from NHS Midlands and Lancashire will be, Justine Howe, Head of Urgent Care and Samantha Singh, Clinical Lead who will be delivering a talk titled: Flowing together unblocking flow: Navigating Challenges in NHS Efficiency for Healthier Minds.

This serves as a pivotal platform for NHS urgent care leaders to collectively address the challenges impeding efficient patient flow within the healthcare system. With increasing patient footfall and complexity, balancing urgent and emergency care demands while ensuring streamlined access to care remains a critical challenge.

Amidst the current challenges within the healthcare system, this conference assumes utmost importance in strategising and optimising patient flow dynamics. It provides a timely opportunity for urgent care leaders to converge and deliberate on transformative solutions crucial for enhancing patient care delivery and resource utilisation efficiency.

Key subjects at the conference will cover:

  • Development of streamlined processes for expedited patient admission, treatment, and discharge to ensure a seamless and efficient patient journey.
  • Utilisation of innovative technologies such as AI-driven scheduling systems, telemedicine, and data analytics to optimise patient flow and alleviate pressures within the healthcare system.
  • Implementation of comprehensive care coordination strategies facilitating smooth transitions across various healthcare settings, thereby enhancing patient flow and reducing hospitalisation requirements.
  • Emphasis on preventive care initiatives and population health management strategies aimed at reducing the strain on healthcare resources and fostering a healthier populace.

The Patient Flow Conference North 2024 provides an indispensable opportunity for healthcare professionals to actively participate in revolutionising patient flow within the NHS.

Conference details:

– Date and location: 8 February 2024 

– Venue: etc venues Manchester

– Event timing: 9 am

Register now to be a part of this vital dialogue.

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