In this exclusive 60-minute webinar, we were joined by Lucie Mussett, Senior Product Manager, LFPSE, NHS England and Warren Edge, Senior Associate Director of Assurance and Compliance at County Durham and Darlington NHS Trust, to talk about all things LFPSE (Learn from patient safety events) and how to get the most out of changing your system.
Lucie will covered the essentials of the transition from NRLS to LFPSE, including the reasons behind the change and the benefits it will bring. She will also discuss the timescale surrounding the move and address some of the latest questions and concerns providers have raised and what your Trust can do to manage your migration successfully.
Our own Robert Hobbs and Paul Clinton show a behind-the-scenes look at a leading LFPSE incident reporting system - Incident Oversight from InPhase. They'll be demonstrating how it can save crucial clinical time by speeding up the data capture stage and how to use real-time reporting to help improve patient safety. More importantly, we will show you how the power of triangulation of incidents and events with CQC, NICE, policy and audit make the ultimate patient safety-focused assurance system.
Warren shows you how County Durham and Darlington NHS Trust have used Oversight in a large and busy Trust to triangulate incidents, audits, quality and workforce information to create new insights and bring benefits to the nursing teams in practice.
This concise 60-minute webinar is an essential guide to moving from NRLS to LFPSE, saving clinical time, and improving oversight.
Organisations that should watch
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 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.