Adopting Personal Health Records (PHRs) in the NHS: towards a regional approach for Greater Manchester
Personal Health Records (PHRs) enable people to view their own medical records, book appointments, and upload and manage their own health information. NHS England is encouraging health care providers to adopt PHR solutions as way for patients to better control and manage their health and care.
This GM Connected Health Ecosystem meeting is a joint event organised by the Applied Research Collaboration Greater Manchester and Health Innovation Manchester. It brings together stakeholders from Greater Manchester (patients, health care providers, policy makers and industry partners) to explore and discuss their views and expectations of PHRs. This will inform strategic thinking in Greater Manchester about how PHRs can optimise patients’ experience and opportunities for improved services and outcomes.
The meeting will be in-person. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
9:30-10:00 | Registration & coffee
10:00-10:05 | Welcome by the organisers | Sabine van der Veer (Deputy lead for the Digital Health theme, Applied Research Collaboration Greater Manchester); Saif Ahmed (Clinical Digital Transformation lead, Health Innovation Manchester)
10:05 - 10.15 | Overview of PHRs and national policy | Brian McMillan (Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Manchester & GP)
10:15 - 11.15 | Stakeholder perspectives on PHRs (presentations and panel discussion)
11:15-12:30 | Breakout Groups
12:30-13:00 | Feedback session
13:00-13.30 | Lunch / Networking
Sabine van der Veer
Role: Deputy lead for the Digital Health theme
Organisation: Applied Research Collaboration Greater Manchester
Role: Clinical Digital Transformation lead
Organisation: Health Innovation Manchester
Role: Senior Clinical Lecturer
Organisation: University of Manchester & GP
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