This timely conference brought together policymakers and key stakeholders to discuss the next steps in delivering the reform of healthcare in Northern Ireland.
Delegates examined how to tackle the challenges to delivering effective healthcare transformation, including ensuring political and community buy-in, and ensuring the benefit of reform is communicated effectively with stakeholders and the wider community, including through the use of citizens assemblies.
Those attending also examined how best to utilise technology, data and innovation in supporting the reform of healthcare, as well as promote positive outcomes for patients - including examples of good practice and areas where it could be expanded.
Further sessions looked at ensuring reformed services meet the needs of health and social care trusts and that the social care sector is fit for the future, and considered the needs of patients - including through the implementation of co-production policies across the sector. They also discussed ways in which services can be shaped to meet local need - including through the introduction of multi-disciplinary teams within GP Federations.
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