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Tara Marshall, Clinical Lead & Deterioration & Q Member at Eastern AHSN and Daniel Hodgkiss, Patient Safety Assistant Programme Manager at WMAHSN will be hosting a webinar titled “Improving the recognition and escalation of deterioration using remote monitoring in care homes”
The 1-hour session will focus on improving patient safety, and reducing reaction times in critical situations. The session is a CPD accredited learning opportunity for the care home, and the community health sector. We will highlight the savings made, both in time and cost, that using remote services and digital tools can create. The webinar will also highlight examples of best practise, including how best to utilise existing tools such as RESTORE2.
This free to access the webinar, which is led by NHS England and NHS Improvement, will take place in January 2021 and is open to all healthcare professionals. You can also register to view the webinar on-demand at a later date/time at your convenience.
Some of the core issues that our exceptional speakers will be discussing:
FREE1-hour session that will focus on improving patient outcomes, and reducing reaction times in critical situations.
Highlight the savings that can be made, both in time and money, that using remote services and digital tools can deliver..
Highlight examples of best practise, including how to maximise the benefits of existing tools such as RESTORE2.