Realising the recurrent savings and associated benefits of digital healthcare

Have you benefitted from currently implemented and future technology?

05 October 2017 at 14:00

Online

Following the ‘Delivering the benefits of digital healthcare’ report in February 2016, the role of Transformation teams has become central to cutting costs whilst improving efficiency. One of the reports key lessons was, “A transformation programme supported by technology is needed, not the other way round. This is the fundamental lesson that underpins everything else.”

Winscribe and the Bloor Research team have come together to demonstrate how assessing a trust’s clinical correspondence processes against best practice, bench-marking & industry standard maturity model practices can highlight additional, significant recurrent savings. Their work has highlighted areas of significant potential cost improvement which some Trusts are already starting to take advantage of, even where new technology solutions have already been implemented.