Integrated Care: BPM (Business Process Modelling) for continuity and quality - How the CONTSYS model can help you.
Nicholas Oughtibridge Lead Architect, NHS England
18:00 - Introduction
18:10 - Presentation - Nicholas Oughtibridge
18:40 - Q&A
19:00 - Close
This is the next in the BCS Health and Care series of webinars on business process management (BPM). In this webinar we will learn about the system of concepts for the continuity of care (CONTSYS) and how this visual model can help not only individual health and care organisations in their BPM projects but also the emerging integrated care systems (ICSs). The webinar will focus on improving continuity of care as patients go through their journeys and quality.
The talk will provide:
- an introduction to the system of concepts for the continuity of care (CONTSYS)
- a review of the clinical processes in the model
- the broader business process modelling context
Information on CONTSYS can be found at https://contsys.org
About the speaker
Nicholas Oughtibridge is Lead Architect at NHS England and the long-standing chair of the BSI (British Standards Institution) committee responsible for Health Informatics. His primary focus currently is on enabling he best use of health and care records by patients, their care providers, computers, managers and researchers so people can live healthier for longer. A key goal in this connection is to establish a portable care record for citizens and their care givers, wherever they are.
Prior to joining NHS England this year, he spent over 15 years in NHS Digital and predecessor organisations where he worked extensively on the architecture and models for clinical records as well as on data and other NHS IT standards. During this time he also took the leading role in the development of CONTSYS.
The early part of his career was in the NHS and he was the Information Manager in a hospital for several years, giving him considerable front-line experience.
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