High-quality electronic records contain complete and accurate information about each patient's health. When your data is correct, you can rely on it and make clinical decisions with confidence. However, missing, inaccurate or non-standard information can lead to inconsistent care.
Before the end of this year, Vision is introducing a new, improved learning experience. It is modern, responsive and contains a knowledge base, a new Learning Zone and links to product-based Help Centres. It can all be accessed from anywhere with internet access and with any device, for example, a smartphone or tablet.
The Vision User Groups are hosted across the UK to support existing customers, they include free training to make sure you continue to get the most from Vision.
We have published the agenda that will provide you with an update on Vision, and what we will be covering in the free training sessions.
Vision will be sending a team to the Pulse LIVE in Glasgow on Wednesday 6 November.
Pulse LIVE is a free event for all practising, GMC-registered GPs and trainees, taking place at the Hilton Newcastle Gateshead. The three streams, 'You Practice, Your Patients' and 'Your Skills' give you a chance to customise your day for your specific needs.
This month, our team will be attending NHS Wales’ Informatics Service (NWIS) clinical user groups. We will be talking through the strategy for our Vision solution and sharing our development roadmap with NWIS staff and senior managers in NHS Wales.
Vision will be sending a team to the Kent Practice Managers Conference to talk about how Vision can support Primary Care Networks (PCNs).
The law of unforeseen consequences is ever-present. Especially when two great ideas clash.
Take for instance Population Health Management (a great idea that relies on profiling, marketing new services and great communication with patients) and privacy and data legislation (a great idea that prevents automated profiling and electronic marketing without explicit consent).
Vision gets asked to sponsor lots of events, but we’re picky. It is important to us that we move the primary healthcare agenda on and provide practical support and help the NHS to improve. That’s why we’ve decided to exhibit at the Towards Population Health Systems: What Next? at the King’s Fund on April 30th.
The move toward population health management is reinforced by commitments set out in the NHS long-term plan, but how should health systems respond?