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Information Governance in Health and Social Care Conference

Blog post   •   Jun 21, 2016 12:24 BST

The Government has pledged a £4 billion investment to create a paperless NHS, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced in February 2016.Moving all records online and creating a paperless NHS by 2020 will save £4.4 billion, according to Department of Health statistics. Exemplary information governance will be required to manage the vast amount of sensitive online data that this will generate. In the past, the NHS has experienced a number of data breaches, leading to concerns around the safety of patient data. To address this, the Government appointed Dame Fiona Caldicott to lead the Caldicott Review, which recommended improvements to information governance in healthcare that are in the process of being implemented. In addition to this, healthcare providers have begun to use innovative new information governance software to better manage the growing body of data handled by healthcare providers.

Join Fortrus Ltd at Information Governance in Health and Social Care Conference, where high level speakers will discuss the importance of effective information governance in healthcare. Topics covered will include moving NHS records to a digital model, concerns surrounding the safety of patient data, and innovations in information governance software.

For further information please contact:

Leigh Baillie

Chief Marketing Officer

Fortrus Ltd

+44 7894 517828

Leigh.Baillie@fortrus.com

Comments (1)

    The data of patients being monitored throughout the time will be enormous and it should be taken into response as a immediate action.Therefore the developments of information governance softwares are very crucial regarding the growth in patients' data.

    - Caroline thomas - Jun 21, 2017 17:51 BST

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