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The Annual InPhase Community Conference 2022: back again, live and in-person!

InPhase hosted our Annual Community Conference this year in Birmingham, filled with InPhase updates, customer success and celebrating our users.
Customers at the InPhase annual user group 2022
| Heather Lowery | InPhase News

On 2nd-3rd November 2022, our Annual Community Conference came back in a big way. Free from Covid restrictions, appeared live and in-person! The Radisson Blu Hotel in Birmingham became the buzzing hub of the InPhase team and users for two intriguing, informative and interesting days.

We host our Annual Community Conference to bring InPhase users together so we can share exciting updates, innovative ways the system can be used to maximise the benefits and give customers a chance to share their goals, success stories and future plans with Oversight at the helm.

From InPhase, to you.

We began with what we’ve been up to behind-the-scenes this past year. Our InPhase team have been busy with updates to InPhase 21, new apps and the development of InPhase 22. We’ve grown our own team, our community base with new users and InPhase as a product. We’re very proud of the year we’ve had, and we’re glad we got to share it with everyone who came to the Community Conference.

The Community Conference is an exclusive look at what’s coming for our users, with new features, adaptations and innovations that our customers can benefit from. We also got the opportunity to celebrate your successes with an awards ceremony at the end of the first night as well as a wonderful dinner, drinks and talks into the early hours. It was a great opportunity for all InPhase users to meet each other, socialise and learn about how to get the most out of the system.

Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS receiving their award from InPhase

Our customers take the wheel.

The Annual Community Conference is, not only a chance to hear from us, but a chance to hear from each other. We want to share the amazing things that are happening on our side, but those things can only happen because of the successes our users are having and from the feedback they provide.

As our users listened to each other, we also get the chance to listen, learn and improve. Throughout the Community Conference, our users get the chance to present what they’re doing with InPhase to teach and inspire each other, and us. This exclusive insight is only available at these events, and it supports both us and users to improve.

Ashley from Birmingham Community NHS presentign at the InPhase User Group

Until next year.

In the coming year, we hope to welcome more of you to the InPhase community for access to all of this. We want to know what you want to achieve in your Trust and how InPhase is supporting you towards your goals.

Fire services have long been advocates of the flexibility and comprehensive nature of InPhase to manage their services, and the addition of HMICFRS inspections is another requirement InPhase supports.

Local Authorities have always been at the front of the corporate governance management within the public sector, and this continues to be the case, setting the bar for all. New innovations for Adult Care, in CQC and audit could expand this into a really powerful triangulated solution driving towards a fully integrated care system.

For our healthcare customers, Oversight is your one, integrated solution. Users can get complete, triangulated assurance from team to ward to board with fully configurable apps to include incidents, risks, mortality, health and safety, complaints, clinical audits, IPC audits, planning, performance, surveys, assurance, NICE, CQC self-assessments and more.

As the LFPSE migration deadline gets closer, and our InPhase team has the capacity to migrate a further 90 Trusts to LFPSE from old NRLS legacy systems, we hope to see more of you at our Community Conference next year.

For more information on what Oversight can do for you, schedule your time with one of our experts today.

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