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The Annual HSJ Patient Safety Congress 2022: LFPSE becomes a Trust Priority.

Patient-safety passion, star-studded speakers and a bustling InPhase stand.

The Annual HSJ Patient Safety Congress 2022: LFPSE becomes a Trust  Priority.

The Annual HSJ Patient Safety Congress came to a close on Tuesday 25th October 2022. We were honoured to partner with HSJ to bring attention to the importance of improving patient safety systems and how Trusts can maximise the benefits of the LFPSE (Learn from Patient Safety Events) upgrade.

Urgent LFPSE update: new deadline. Here’s what you need to know.

NHS England has announced an optional testing, refinement and customisation phase for LFPSE. What does this mean for you?

Urgent LFPSE update: new deadline. Here’s what you need to know.

You may have seen everywhere, including from us, that March 2023 is the deadline to have a fully functioning LFPSE compliant incident reporting system in live use. However, NHS England has just announced that Trusts now have the option to extend that deadline by six months to 30th September 2023.

Are you worried about implementing a new LFPSE incident reporting system in time?

How to rapidly migrate from any old incident reporting system to Incident Oversight from InPhase.

Are you worried about implementing a new LFPSE incident reporting system in time?

URGENT UPDATE: NHS England has announced that you now have the option of a six month extension to the original March 2023 deadline for testing, refining and customisation, only. You are still required to have an LFPSE incident reporting system in place by March 2023.

Discover the secret to rapid migration from NRLS to LFPSE in plenty of time before the deadline.

Join InPhase at the Patient Safety Congress with Guests NHS England and County Durham and Darlington.

We’ll be at the Patient Safety Congress! Will you?

Join InPhase at the Patient Safety Congress with Guests NHS England and County Durham and Darlington.

Important update! The Patient Safety Congress will now take place on 24th-25th October 2022.

The Health Service Journal (HSJ) is hosting its annual Patient Safety Congress on the 24th-25th October 2022, and InPhase will be there!

The Congress is designed to talk about all things patient safety, including the very pertinent topic of transitioning patient safety reporting of incidents, risk and events to the new Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) national system. Healthcare providers across the UK meet to discuss how we can work together to create an excellent patient experience, keep them safe, prevent incidents, and ensure learning and improvement.

Tackle the patient backlog with the help of an integrated eAssurance system.

How can Trusts rely on technology when all it does is slow them down? There might be a better way…

Tackle the patient backlog with the help of an integrated eAssurance system.

The Covid-19 pandemic put a never-before-seen strain on healthcare providers that they will be recovering from for the foreseeable future. The usual 1M annual users of the NHS avoided the service during the pandemic to prevent further strain on the service, avoid catching the virus or have had their consultations pushed back to accommodate the number of Covid patients that had taken precedent.

The ultimate guide to incident reporting: make incident reporting simple, streamlined and stress-free.

A better way to record, report and learn from incidents to improve patient safety and care.

The ultimate guide to incident reporting: make incident reporting simple, streamlined and stress-free.

Incident reporting is vital for healthcare providers to advance learning, improvements, and patient care. However, due to a lengthy, complex reporting process, minor incidents often go unreported, giving an inaccurate overview of adverse events. For more reliable data, better learning, and continuing to work towards delivering better standards of patient care, NHS England strongly encourages reporting of incidents, despite much of it being voluntary.

Improving patient safety and reducing staff workload with LFPSE certified Incident Oversight from InPhase

Exclusive access to the secret behind quick, easy and effective incident management and reporting

Improving patient safety and reducing staff workload with LFPSE certified Incident Oversight from InPhase

Incident reporting for healthcare providers is crucial to advance improvements and aid patient safety. As a result of lengthy, complex incident reporting processes, minor incidents aren’t being reported as often as they should. Although incident reporting is voluntary, NHS England encourages the reporting of events to continue working towards better standards of care for patients by avoiding recreating past mistakes that caused harm and inspiring change to outdated processes.

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