Everything you need to know before moving to LFPSE before March 2023 – Watch on demand

How to transform your NRLS Incident system before the LFPSE deadline

How to migrate your NRLS incident system to a new LFPSE system, and more, before the NHS England deadline of 31st March.
  • Healthcare Services
  • Patient Safety

In this web conference, we will show you what Oversight from InPhase can deliver for your incident system migration from NRLS to LFPSE.

Take advantage of the required Incident system change to enable a concurrent or future upgrade to your CQC, NICE, clinical audit, enterprise risk, board assurance, and other quality assurance systems.

We’ll show you how to save clinical time and guarantee that you have the fastest, simplest tool for complete assurance of quality from ward to board. Find out the secret to speedier incident reporting and how to increase incident reporting completion rates.

Migrate all your Datix or other system records. Learn how to easily manage forms and questions yourself, and we’ll also show you why triangulation to audits, policies, and quality is crucial for learning from incidents and helping stop them happening again.

We will cover some of the latest vital time-saving features that you and your team will love. We’ll also show crucial integrations with other areas like quality, audits and policies.

See first-hand how Oversight helps teams identify trends, exceptions, and problem hot spots faster and easier than ever. the benefits of real-time reporting to support improvement and learning and helps users to make improvement-based decisions as quick as a flash.

Learn how to replicate the success of Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which rapidly migrated from Datix to Incident Oversight from InPhase in just six weeks. Find out how they procured, implemented and migrated their historic incident data, deployment and staff training at pace, and how you can do it too.

Designed for

  • Directors of Nursing
  • Directors of Clinical Governance
  • Head of Patient Safety
  • Directors of Quality

Organisations that should watch

  • Acute & Community Trusts
  • Primary Care Providers
  • Care Homes & Social Care Providers
  • Emergency Services
  • Integrated Care Systems
  • Independent Healthcare Companies

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Your hosts:

Robert Hobbs

Chief Executive Officer, 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.

Paul Clinton

Chief Solutions Officer, InPhase

InPhase’s Chief Solutions Officer, Paul has vast expertise in healthcare, NHS, independent providers and social care, from practical experience and implementations of dozens of healthcare systems over the past decade. Leading the design and integration of solutions today using the InPhase suite with unparalleled knowledge.

This exclusive conference covers these key areas:

  • Why implementing a new LFPSE incident reporting system quickly and easily is crucial for Trusts
  • What features your new system can have to best support your Trust
  • How to migrate from any previous incident reporting system, including Datix, Ulysses or Excel in record time
  • How you can replicate the success of Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s lightning-fast LFPSE migration
  • What your next steps are to procure, implement and deploy a new LFPSE incident reporting system before the March 2023 deadline

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