Event Summary

Join this timely one-day Digital Conference for the latest national guidance and best practice covering information governance and information sharing in health and social care. You will hear about innovative projects in the NHS and social care, enabling patient data to be shared, safely and securely.

Technology is transforming how people access health and care services. Over 40 million people now have an NHS login and over 50% of social care providers now use a digital social care.* With the rapid adoption of digital systems to improve health and social care comes new risks and responsibilities.

We will explore the changing role of the Caldicott Guardian in both health and social care settings and interaction with other information governance roles.

Claire Bloomfield, Director, Centre for Improving Data Collaboration at NHS England will share next steps to unlock the potential of data for research and innovation.

Explore the practical principles for good data sharing, including best practice for Information Sharing Agreements and Shared Care Records.

Hear how changing regulations and legislation will affect you, including the Data Protection and Digital Information (No 2) Bill and the Cyber Security Strategy for Health and Adult Social Care.

Whether you are an experienced information governance professional, or new to the role, join this timely event online to hear for invaluable advice from leading experts and to connect with other IG professionals.

*A plan for Digital Health and Social Care 2022

Key points:

  • Overcoming barriers to sharing information between health and care
  • Informing patients and service users about how their confidential information is used
  • Building and maintaining public trust in data use
  • Highlighting good practice for data sharing in multidisciplinary Teams (MDTs)
  • Vision and aims of the Cyber Security Strategy for Health and Adult Social Care
  • Learning from the implementation of Shared Care Records (ShCR) initiatives
  • Issues around the legal and safe use of AI technology
  • Complex scenarios faced by Caldicott Guardians and IG professionals on the frontline of health and social care