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How to Deliver a Successful Electronic Patient Record Strategy During a Pandemic

Citrix interviewing both Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Trust and Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to discuss how they successfully delivered their Electronic Patient Record (EPR) Strategy. The Trusts walk you through their objectives and challenges they faced along the way, as well as the key outcomes and benefits it delivered to their clinicians and patients (since the deployment, through to the pandemic). We also examine how this solution can support and prepare the Trusts for their future Integrated care system (ICS) strategy.
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Justin Beardsmore, Lewisham & Greenwich NHS. Steven Hardy, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust. Jonathan Murden, Citrix
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    • Understand trends for the future of FIs and how technology could help
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