The digital landscape, why we all need to get on board and how patient flow can, and is, making a difference
Join us at our Patient Flow Manager (PFM) User Day to meet, learn and share best practice.
Thursday 4th October,
Jury's Inn, Castle Donnington, East Midlands, DE74 2SH
Hear from our guest speaker Anne Cooper, users of Cambio patient flow manager software and Cambio Healthcare Systems.

Learn about other projects on the go, use the networking time to find out how you can do it too and next time you could share your success story.
Technology/PFM Conference Programme

Supporting clinicians, status at a glance and patient flow whilst releasing time to care
Thursday 4th October
Jury's Inn, Castle Donnington, East Midlands, DE74 2SH
09:30 – 10:00
Registration, networking and refreshments
10.00 – 10:15
Welcome and introduction to the day
Tina Hanlon, General Manager and Clinical Solutions Director, Cambio PFM
Case study - East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust
Don Gibson, Service Manager Specialist Services - Integrated Pathways , East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust
Don updates us on Ipswich's PFM implementation project, what life was like before Cambio PFM, where things are now and future plans.
10.45 - 11.00
Coffee Break
11.00 - 11.30
The digital future of nursing
Anne Cooper, Registered nurse and former Chief Nurse NHS Digital
Anne will share her experience of what the digital future for nurses looks like from the 'every nurse is an e-nurse campaign', as well as sharing her thoughts on how digital technology is changing the way nurses work and the benefits it can bring.
11.30 - 12.00
Case Study - Lincoln Community Health Services Team
Clare Credland, Lead for Neighbourhood Working and Zoe Wills, IM&T Project and Training Officer, Lincoln Community Health Services Team
The team at Lincoln Community share with us the community use of PFM to support transitional care and neighbourhood working– the continued journey.
12.00 - 12.45
Lunch and networking
12.45 - 13.15
An introduction to Clinical Decision Support (CDS)
Wiqas Valji, Clinical Solutions Director, CDS & EPMA
Wiqas will give an enlightening presentation about Cambio's CDS software. CDS is an innovative clinical decision support application that is arming clinicians with vital clinical evidence to inform care decisions. It accesses thousands of clinical global research documents in an instant providing up to date clinical decision support.
13.15 - 13.45
Case Study - Northern Ireland Review
Jonathan Coulhoun, Programme Manager Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland PFM customers have been embarking on several projects. Northern Health and Social Care recently went live with 'take list' module. We will update on the project and share some of the benefits it is making to clinician ward rounds. Regionally Cambio PFM have created a service to help the NI trusts manage their addiction services centrally.
13.45 - 14.00
The future roadmap for Cambio PFM
Tina Hanlon and Charith Fernando, Technical Architect, Cambio Healthcare
Tina and Charith will talk about the PFM technology and functional updates that will be seen over next 6 to 18 months.
14.00 - 14.15
Cambio PFM Service and Delivery Update
Mark Thornton, Service and Delivery Director and Channa Punchihewa, Service Delivery Manager, Cambio Healthcare
Mark and Channa will provide an update on service and delivery including where things are with the implementation of the new JIRA system an interactive project planning tool for customers and supplier.
14.15 - 14.30
Coffee Break
14.30 - 15.00
Open panel (anything goes) session featuring Anne Cooper
Hosted by Steve levett - with panel members
Throughout the day you will be able to post your questions on our Open Panel board
15.00 - 15.30
Get hands on in our interactive session
Hosted by the Cambio PFM Team
An end of day activity for those who wish to explore new PFM functionality. The team will be on hand with different mobile devices for you to experience what's new in PFM including the new 'take list' module and regional services.
Round-up of day and closing remarks