Integrating care: how to develop evidence-based solutions to improve patient journeys

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Effectively integrating different parts of the health and care system can have a real impact on patient safety and care. Discharging patients to the next stage of care, for example from an acute to a community setting, can be complex, with lots of potential difficulties. Join us for this event on 26 August, where we will explore ways to improve continuity of care and the role of data in creating reliable solutions to improve people’s outcomes and experiences of care. 

In this free online event you will learn about:

  • how to use data efficiently to increase real-time visibility of people receiving and needing care, to help make the right decisions about the next stage of care
  • lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic on creating integrated pathways and working with data to support this
  • how the data revolution can help to create more cohesion between acute, community and social care

Register for free here

Event partner

This event is being held in partnership with Radar Healthcare. 

If you're interested in partnering with us on an online event please email Chloe Smithers or call her on 020 7307 2482.




Anna Charles

Senior Policy Adviser to the CEO, The King's Fund


Professor David Oliver

Consultant Physician and Fellow, The King’s Fund


Paul Johnson

Chief Executive, Radar Software


Liz Sargeant OBE

Clinical Lead, Health and Social Care Integration, Emergency Care Improvement Support Team, NHS England and NHS Improvement


Simon Williams

Director of Adult Social Care, Local Government Association

Submit your questions

When you register, you'll be able to submit your questions for the panel on Slido. 

Please submit questions by 12.00pm on Friday 14 August for the chance to have your question featured in the discussion. Popular questions submitted during the broadcast on Wednesday 26 August will be answered and shared on this event page afterwards.

If you prefer, you can submit questions anonymously or ‘like’ other attendees’ questions to vote for them to be answered.

Click here to register your free place and submit your questions.


Register here to watch on 26 August or later on demand.