Building a digital organisation: Webinar and peer learning workshop
Date: 05 November 2020
Venue: Virtual event
The past 6 months have put digital on the NHS agenda as never before. Rapid adoption of digital technologies within the provider sector has made for successful working in a virtual environment and enabled new ways to support patients, service users and staff. But how do boards ensure they have the right teams in place to sustain these improvements? And what is the right governance needed to underpin this transformation?
This two part event will focus on how board members can ensure that the enablers are in place to encourage and empower digital teams to flourish, it will showcase what success looks like in other organisations and provide an opportunity for peer learning and reflection.
Thursday 5 November, 10:00 - 11:30
This webinar will be led by our delivery partners, Public Digital and it will cover:
- What does it mean to be a digital organisation?
- What do boards need to know about what good digital teams look like?
- How can trusts build the connections between their IT, operations and clinical staff to ensure effective digital delivery?
Monday 16 November 13:00 - 14:30
Tuesday 17 November 9:30 - 11:00
These highly interactive follow up workshops for board members will provide an opportunity for peer learning to share innovative ideas and best practice to ensure multidisciplinary teams are supported and empowered to deliver digital transformation across all Trust roles.
Please note, these follow up workshops are repeated sessions, therefore you only need to register on to one session. Places will be limited to maximise opportunities to share learning.
How do I book?
These events are free for members to attend however we ask that you register in advance in order to receive further information and joining instructions for the event. We would encourage attendance at both virtual events in order to maximise on the learnings and benefits for your Trust.
If you have any questions about these events, please contact Louise Stopford