Hosted by the Humber and North Yorkshire Digital Primary Care Hub, this exciting, live, virtual seminar, a lunch and learn event on Wednesday 31st January, 12-1pm, will be useful for anyone at primary care level involved in SMI annual physical health checks, e.g. Care Coordinators, Practice Managers, Business Intelligence Leads, Data Quality Leads, Practice Nurses, Associate Physicians, Clinicians, GPs etc.
The seminar will focus on examples of best practice digital reporting, showcasing reporting tools developed by HNY ICS colleagues that are currently being used to improve uptake, quality and reporting of SMI annual physical health checks.
As well as helping practices identify missing elements of SMI health checks, the reports are being used to help ensure quality health checks are being delivered, understanding and demonstrating the work being undertaken for each patient and each of the six elements. These detailed reports allow practices to review their approach and consider beneficial changes based on quality standards.
Utilising these tools and considering approaches now could support you to improve the process for next year, maximising achievement of QOF targets and ensuring quality annual health checks are delivered, improving patient care and potentially saving lives and reducing long-term costs.
- 12:00-12:05 – Introductions (SMI Steering Group), Dr Stella Morris and Emily Davey, Consultant Psychiatrist & Mental Health Clinical Lead; Programme and Performance Manager
- 12:05-12:25 – SMI Annual Health Checks Operational Reporting – Hull Place Process, Chris Emmerson, Stuart Eagland and Suzanne Nichols, Hull Place Operational Planning & Performance Team and the CHCP Wellbeing Service
- 12:25-12:45 -SMI Annual Health Checks Operational Reporting – North Yorks & York Process, George Scott and Thomas Dolman, HNY ICS Business Intelligence Team
- 12:45 -1pm – Q&A by all.
Please complete this form to register, the invitation will be circulated the week prior.
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Please note this is not a seminar on how to undertake SMI annual physical health checks.