An NHS England Event: Implementing the Accessible Information Standard in Primary Care

Overview

The Accessible Information Standard was introduced by NHS England last year to ensure patients with additional communication needs receive information and support, on their care, in the right format. All practices need to comply with the AIS by July 2016.

Led by a group of GPs, this event has been designed specifically for general practice and will offer a step-by step approach to ensuring your IT system can support your practice to implement the AIS.

Industry experts will guide practices through the process of identifying and flagging patients on EMIS or TPP systems. The event will also showcase a range of communication solutions for practices to offer patients with additional communication needs.

The event is free to attend and is supported by NHS England and the HSCIC, who will be providing national updates on the AIS, Summary Care Record and e-Referral Service.

Implementing the Accessible Information Standard (AIS) for Primary Care IT Systems – a step-by-step guide to how technology can support your practice to meet the national standard.

Thursday 25 February 2016, 10am-2.30pm

Park Plaza Hotel, Boar Lane, City Square, Leeds LS1 5NS

Registration & detailed agenda: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/implementing-the-accessible-information-standard-in-primary-care-tickets-20810863854

Who should attend?

All colleagues with a responsibility for ensuring the AIS is implemented effectively with an emphasis on using GP Primary Care IT Systems.  Practice Managers, GPs, Clinical Commissioning Groups and Commissioning Support Unit staff.

How to book:

To register for this free event, click here.

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