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Join our Shared Care Record Summit 2024

Following on from the success of the first Shared Care Record Summit held in Leeds in March 2023, we are delighted that our next annual summit will be at the ICC in Birmingham, 16-17 April 2024.
The event will showcase national, regional and local progress of shared care record solutions.
Key themes for the 2024 event include the benefits and efficiencies of Shared Care Records as well as how to foster stakeholder engagement. With a look into how data standards and information governance inform strategy, the summit hopes to provide attendees with a clear vision of national and local adoption strategies.
There is already precedent for shared care records so this event will also aim to highlight the progression which has already been made across regional and local care settings. Technology partners are an active ingredient to the conference and can help enable ICS staff to understand the latest solutions available as well as the functionality and progress of solutions.
See the full event agenda on our website here.
The first event held in 2023 was extremely popular with over 200 colleagues attending the event in March. There were representatives from 35 of the 42 Integrated Care Systems (ICS) to hear positive impacts of Shared Care Record adoption. As well as a poignant patient story, ICS colleagues shared their progress and NHS England updated delegates on the national picture. In addition, key technology partners were able to showcase their solutions whilst hearing directly from delegates about future requirements in their locality. You can read more about the 2023 outputs in the archive section of our website, here.
Lee Rickles, Chief Information Officer and part of the Yorkshire and Humber Care Record team who hosted the summit in 2023, said:
“Following on from the success of the summit we had the pleasure of hosting in Leeds, I am delighted to attend the 2024 summit in Birmingham. During the first summit I was incredibly proud of the commitment, enthusiasm and ideas shared between colleagues over the two days. With so many inspiring people motivated by the desire to make Shared Care Records work for staff and patients nationwide, I am certain the upcoming summit will be an exceptional event.”
The event is free to attend for all health and social care staff, please visit the Eventbrite page here to book your ticket!