Arkivum webinar: NHS Digital Pathology in Transformation – STPs in focus
March 2 @ 3:30 pm - 4:15 pm
Please join Arkivum for this first in a new series of webinars that will be of interest to those who are concerned about data integrity, data governance and compliance, and the management of growing volumes of data for the long term.
Hosted by: Arkivum CTO Dr Matthew Addis & Sector Manager Daniel Hickmore
When: Thursday 2nd March 2017
Time: 3.30pm – 4.15pm GMT
Please click here to register your place. If you are unable to join us on the day, please still register and a recording of the webinar will be sent to you.
The advent of STPs will pose the considerable challenge of delivering solutions in today’s cost-conscious and highly-integrated IT environment.
Arkivum has worked extensively within the healthcare and life sciences sector to meet the challenges posed by the consolidation of pathology services. Our solutions help NHS and other healthcare bodies to preserve data integrity, ensure data sovereignty and to comply with the highest standards of data governance whilst materially reducing the total cost of ownership.
In this first webinar of the series, hosted by Arkivum CTO Matthew Addis and Arkivum Sector Daniel Hickmore, we will be exploring the following…
* The background to, and consequences of the advent of STPs
* The impact of pathology service consolidation across STP footprints
* How can I ensure I have a solid TCO argument to underwrite my business case?
* How do I meet my legal and regulatory data management responsibilities for the long term?
* How do I respond to the challenge of seven day working?
* Where do Vendor Neutral Archives (VNAs) fit in?
As part of the online session, we’ll cover real-life examples of health and life sciences institutions who are benefitting from having a long term data archival management solution and reaping the rewards of significant efficiency savings from the automated ingest of data from local infrastructure to the Arkivum solution.
This includes North Bristol NHS Trust Bristol Genetics Laboratory, which is based at the Pathology Science building at Bristol Southmead NHS Hospital.
Please click here to go to the webinar registration page to book your place.