Transforming dermatology services to deliver elective recovery
Join the Outpatient Recovery and Transformation Programme (OPRT) for a virtual event exploring how transforming dermatology services can support elective recovery within the specialty.
The session will focus on the use of technical and administrative validation of dermatology waiting lists and the use of patient stratified cancer follow-up (PSFU) for patients with skin cancer to help reduce unnecessary face-to-face appointments and free up capacity for patients who are waiting.
Julia Schofield, OPRT’s Dermatology Clinical Lead, will lead the session and give an introduction.
We’ll then hear from Adam Bray, Consultant Dermatologist at University Hospitals Bristol & Weston NHS Foundation Trust about their implementation of PSFU for skin cancer, and Leanne Greenwood, Operational Manager, Lincolnshire EACH/Planned Care Team at NHS Lincolnshire Integrated Care Board, about the importance of validation of the non-admitted waiting lists across a range of specialities, with a particular emphasis on dermatology.
Independent provider Consultant Connect will also join the session to discuss the role their software has in this work. Please note that NHS England does not recommend any particular independent sector supplier.
N.B. This session is intended for anyone in the NHS involved in delivering services for people with skin conditions. A link to join the webinar on Microsoft Teams will be circulated to all attendees at 3pm on Monday 4 March.
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