Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Fran Draper – Connecting Care in the South West: six years of innovation This content relates to the following topics: System leadership NHS long-term plan Technology and data Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Tuesday 18 June 2019 In this session at the Digital health and care congress 2019, Fran Draper shared practical advice on tackling information sharing at scale, including how to productively work with a wide range of partners across health and care.Related contentVideoMatt Hancock at Digital health and care congress 2019 Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care gives the closing plenary at The King's Fund 2019 Digital health and care congress. VideoNeil Tester: The empowered patient Neil Tester, Deputy Director, Healthwatch England delivered the opening plenary on day two of The King's Fund 2019 Digital health and care congress. You may also be interested in Report Clicks and mortar: Technology and the NHS estate Financial pressures and growing demand mean that health and social care services will need to work differently. This report reviews how technology in the NHS estate is currently being used, and imagines how the 'estate of the future' might look. Long read The NHS long-term plan explained On 7 January, the NHS long-term plan was published setting out key ambitions for the service over the next 10 years. In this explainer, we set out the main commitments in the plan and provide our view of what they might mean, highlighting the opportunities and challenges for the health and care system as it moves to put the plan into practice. Blog Enabling the workforce plan ambitions by focusing on recovery How can the NHS support the health and wellbeing of staff? Sonya Wallbank looks at how the HS needs to support its staff, if it is to achieve the ambitions of the NHS Long Term Workforce Plan. Blog Tech transformation disrupts leadership styles As the use of technology increase across health and care services, leaders need to accept a more collaborative approach to risk, resources and funding. Pritesh Mistry explains why.