UK inCASA national exploitation event
Posted by glamprinakos on 07 May 2013 20:44
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The UK national exploitation event was organized by CHC and Brunel University on Tuesday 29th March in Birmingham.
The event was undertaken within a Public Service Event: “Co-ordinated Care: Meeting the Needs of Patients, Driving Better Integration”.
The event was chosen as a place to present the inCASA project as it was specifically focused on showcasing real life examples, initiatives and best practice case studies in order for delegates to explore how to turn the integration rhetoric into a reality.
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The UK national exploitation event was organized by CHC and Brunel University on Tuesday 29th March in Birmingham.
The event was undertaken within a Public Service Event: “Co-ordinated Care: Meeting the Needs of Patients, Driving Better Integration”.
The event was chosen as a place to present the inCASA project as it was specifically focused on showcasing real life examples, initiatives and best practice case studies in order for delegates to explore how to turn the integration rhetoric into a reality.

The event was attended by over 150 delegates including:

Academics
Chairs
Chief Executives
Chief Medical Officers
Chief Nurses/Directors of Nursing
Clinical Commissioning Groups
Clinical/Medical Directors
Councillors
Directors/Heads of Adult Social Services
Directors/Heads of Care Services
Directors/Heads of Commissioning/Procurement
Directors/Heads of Integrated Care
Directors/Heads of Patient Engagement
Directors/Heads of Public Health
Directors/Heads of Policy
Directors/Heads of Strategic Development
Directors/Managers of Care Homes
Directors/Managers of Community/Domiciliary Care
Heads of Patient Services/Patient Experience
Health and Wellbeing Boards member
Health Visitor
NHS Trust Directors and Senior Management
Performance/Service Improvement Directors
QIPP Managers (Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention)
Social Workers

A Master class was organised by Chorleywood Health Centre and Brunel University to present and discuss inCASA, the integration of organisations and the impact on patient care.

In addition, there was also an exhibition where SME’s, charities and other commercial organisations including inCASA were able to demonstrate software and technology.