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To what degree has social distancing impacted transformation delivery?

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Lisa Dinsdale, Interim Associate Director – Community Health Services Division, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Keeley Sheldon, Interim Deputy Director – Community Health Services Division, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Bob Jacobson, President, Jacobson Solutions
Marguerite McGinlay, COO, Meridian Productivity

A webinar panel discussion with healthcare leaders on the challenges for the provisioning and commissioning of care that have arisen as a result of Covid-19; the challenges for frontline transformation programmes; an evaluation of some of the solutions to deal with these challenges.
Recorded Jul 24 2020 54 mins
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    Meridian and NHS colleagues
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    Keeley Sheldon, Interim Deputy Director – Community Health Services Division, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
    Bob Jacobson, President, Jacobson Solutions
    Marguerite McGinlay, COO, Meridian Productivity

    A webinar panel discussion with healthcare leaders on the challenges for the provisioning and commissioning of care that have arisen as a result of Covid-19; the challenges for frontline transformation programmes; an evaluation of some of the solutions to deal with these challenges.
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