Drive a culture of learning from patient safety events – Live Stream Recording
HSJ Patient Safety Congress - LFPSE National Update with NHS England and InPhase
As our Chief Executive and Founder, Robert has been the visionary leading InPhase to be one of the UK's leading providers of business management, governance and assurance solutions, and helping organisations align their actions and goals more easily and efficiently with InPhase's suite of integrated apps.
Lucie has been leading on work to identify, specify and procure a successor system to the existing National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) for Patient Safety incidents.
She is the mastermind behind the programme and conceptual design of LFPSE features.
As the head of LFPSE at NHS England, Marcos is leading the change from NRLS to LFPSE and through his work at NHS England translates strategies and objectives into efficient business plans, explores new opportunities to maximise results and builds effective assurance mechanisms to achieve success.
As Senior Associate Director of Assurance and Compliance for County Durham and Darlington NHS foundation trust, Warren is a specialist in internal audit, risk management and governance. With overall responsibility for the implementation, commissioning and monitoring of these services, Warren has a strong track record of developing and improving internal assurance and compliance strategies within the trust and providing high-valued services to clients.
This recorded panel talk will cover these key areas:
- The reasons behind the move to LFPSE, the benefits it will bring Trusts and the deadline change implications
- What Trusts need to do next to have an LFPSE-certified system in place or at least in test by 31st March 2022
- How Incident Oversight from InPhase can help you maximise the benefits of the transition
- How to create new opportunities and insights with Oversight at the helm
- What steps County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust took to implement Oversight and how you can replicate their success