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The NHS Digital and Transformation Lead Role was introduced as a reimbursable role via the additional roles reimbursement scheme (ARRS) in October last year. It is aimed at supporting primary care networks (PCNs) and their practices to deliver ongoing improvement to services using data to improve quality, efficiency, to support population health management, workforce or estate planning.

The NHS Digital and Transformation Lead is a tough role to master requiring a diverse skillset and knowledge of subjects like available technology on the market, communications best practice, advanced telephony optimisation and more!

Redmoor Health’s Digital Journey Planner is s an online self-assessment tool for GP practices which has been developed with NHS England, to optimise general practice knowledge, understanding and processes, with the aim to improve patient experience.

The Digital Journey Planner is ideally placed to support NHS Digital and Transformation Leads in carrying out their duties.

That’s why Redmoor Health’s Director of Quality, Service and Improvement, Lisa Drake has partnered with the NHS Confederation to showcasing how the Digital Journey Planner (DJP) can help the new Digital and Transformation Leads.

This session will help practices and PCNs to understand how the Digital Journey Planner can support them with primary care improvement.

Lisa will discuss using the DJP with Alex Harper, a new Digital and Transformation Lead, for Northern Parishes PCN, in West Lancashire.  Alex will be sharing what her PCN priorities are and how she is using the DJP to support the planning and delivery.

The benefits of the Digital and Transformation Lead Role.

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