- Posted Tuesday July 7, 2015
Information, whether in paper or digital form, is the lifeblood of any NHS organisation because of its critical importance to patient care, safety and other related business processes.
As NHS information technology continues to evolve, the importance of data that is 'fit for sharing' has never been more important. Patients having access to their medical records is high on the Government’s agenda. The NHS information strategy sets a 10 year framework for transforming information for the NHS, public health and social care.
The significance of data quality is undoubted, yet do we really know what it means?
At Thornfields we are pleased to offer an exhaustive list of training courses that focus on aiding the development of your practice team in terms of understanding the importance of data quality, summarising, clinical coding and exception reporting. We are pleased to offer an exclusive discount of 10% on the workshops below when delivered during August 2015!
Our workshops are for up to a maximum of 15 delegates which we can deliver at your practice or another suitable venue.