Masterclass: orchestrating a converged EPR deployment across three NHS trusts
In this session, we’ll examine the preparations for the Cerner EPR implementation across three trusts: George Elliot, Coventry and Warwickshire, and South Warwickshire. We’ll discuss strategies for smooth adoption, overcoming possible hurdles, and ensuring a seamless transition, while addressing specific requirements and circumstances of each trust.
Chair: Ronke Adejolu, National Associate Chief Nursing Information Officer, NHS England
CEO – George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust, South Warwickshire NHSFT and Wye Valley NHS Trust
Dr Alec Price-Forbes
CCIO, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust
CEO, Innovate Healthcare Services
Dan is a senior Digital leader having led business transformation across provider and commissioning settings for over 15 years. Dan has organisational transformation experience having setup new, split and merged organisations, however for the last 8 years focused on digital transformation in the acute sector.
Dan is currently CEO of Innovate Healthcare Services, a subsidiary company of South Warwickshire University Foundation Trust, and George Eliot Hospital, specialising in IT operational support and digital transformation services across Acute, Community, and Primary Care services in Coventry and Warwickshire
Consultant Radiologist & CIO, George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust
AI algorithm developer with wider aim to promote AI implementation in healthcare.
Member of the National CCIO Advisory Panel – DigitalHealth.net – providing the leadership and best practice networks of local NHS IT and digital health leaders.
National Associate Chief Nursing Information Officer, NHS England
Ronke Adejolu is a multifaceted experienced senior digital healthcare professional, a nurse, with a background in health services management. She is an Associate Chief Nursing Information Officer at NHSX. With approx 28 years of experience, she has an incredible portfolio of work, with her career spanning both in operational, strategic and leadership roles across the NHS, Private Healthcare, AHSN, Management Consultancy and the Telecommunications sector.
Ronke has considerable diverse experience, brings a wealth of expertise, has led multiple, complex, and successful digital, IT, clinical and change programmes across the health and care systems in the UK.
Her role entails providing senior leadership across nursing and integrated care systems, representing the interest and collective voice of nurses and the spectrum of health professionals on the frontline to influence, support and shape the strategic direction, development and implementation of the digital strategy, plan and associated programmes, to ensure an aligned, collaborative, inclusive, timely and joined-up approach to discussions and transformation at regional, national levels and across health and care integrated systems.
She is an active member of the Shuri Network and regularly advocates the need to foster an inclusive and diverse culture that actively encourages and supports the active involvement and development of women into senior digital health leadership roles. Ronke is a Topol Digital fellow on cohort 2, and a Digital Health CCIO Advisory panel member.
July 28 @ 12:20
12:20 — 13:20
Dan Milman, Dr Alec Price-Forbes, Manoj Srivastava