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Tomorrow: our system coordination function

Join us at the Patient Flow Conference tomorrow 16 November to hear about our system pressure coordination function which helped an integrated care system manage through COVID-19.

Our Director of Nursing and Urgent Care, Seamus McGirr, will be speaking at the Convenzis Patient Flow Conference 2021: Improving for the future, alongside sector-leading guest presenters from NHS trusts, think-tanks and consultancies.

Seamus will be discussing the Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit’s approach to managing system pressure across a whole ICS by combining data, systems and expertise in a specialised coordination function. Our model helps health systems make informed tactical decisions. It provides collaboration and leadership capability to ensure that resource is distributed to where it is needed most based on evidence, insight tools and real-time analytics.

The conference provides a platform for NHS urgent care professionals and clinical specialists to meet and debate national policy and strategy changes.

Other speakers include experts from University Hospitals Sussex, Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals, Royal College of Emergency Medicine, NHS England and Improvement, the British Medical Journal and others. Book your place today!