GP IT Operating Model Tier 2 Workshop

27 September 2019 10:00am – 3:00pm
Penta Hotel, Oxford Road, Reading, Penta Hotel, Oxford Road, Reading, RG17RH, United Kingdom
Calendar 2019-09-27 10:00:00 2019-09-27 15:00:00 Europe/London GP IT Operating Model Tier 2 Workshop For event information please visit: Penta Hotel, Oxford Road, Reading, Penta Hotel, Oxford Road, Reading, RG17RH, United Kingdom Contact

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The central team of NHSE and NHSI are coming to the South East region on Friday 27th September, to host a work shop on the GPIT Operating Model (2019 - 2020) and GPIT Futures Framework, with those system leaders involved with GPIT. 

The GPIT Operating Model and GPIT Futures framework are important enablers in transforming the future ambitions for Primary Care as detailed in the Long Term Plan and GP contract. 

The key agenda items are to be covered at the times stated below, by the following speakers:




Welcome & Introduction

 Jane Barnacle -  Digital Transformation & Technology Director - NHSE/NHSI


GP IT Operating Model

 Marianne Heading, Tina Coxhead and Lali Torrents - NHSX


Coffee Break 


GP IT Operating Model

- Finance Information

 Andrew Cheesman

 Finance Manager, Strategic Finance, NHSE/NHSI (by Web-Ex)


Cyber Security

  Mark Gubby - NHSX


Lunch Break 


GP IT Futures

GP Connect

  GP IT Futures - Tom Slater

  GP Connect - Michelle McDermott


Next Steps & Closing Remarks

  Jane Barnacle -   Digital Transformation & Technology Director – NHSE/NHSI




For your reference the newly published "Securing Excellence in Primary Care (GP) Digital Services" document can be found on NHS England's website here:

The document sets out the commissioning framework for the provision of high-quality general practice digital services, building upon the ‘Securing Excellence in GP IT Services’ document first published December 2012, with subsequent editions through to the 2018/19 addendum.

The model:

  • Embeds the GP IT Futures Framework, nationally commissioned digital solutions and introduces the new Primary Care Networks (PCNs)
  • Addresses the challenges for digitally enabled general practice
  • Will be supported by a new CCG Practice Agreement

It covers the key policies, standards and operating procedures that CCGs are obliged to work with to fulfil their obligations under the delegated arrangements.  The model is intended to ensure that general practices have access to safe, secure, effective and high performing IT systems and services that keep pace with the changing requirements to deliver care.

More details will be discussed at the event, so please register as soon as possible to find out more – as places are limited.  

Lunch will be provided at the event so please include any special needs when registering your attendance.

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