Sesui supports UHUK Annual Conference
Sesui recently supported Urgent Health UK’s (UHUK) two day annual conference on the 5th & 6th November at the Crowne Plaza in Birmingham, themed around ‘Out of Hours to Out of Hospital: Broadening our Horizons’.
Keynote speakers included:
- Professor Keith Willett, Director for Acute Episodes of Care, who updated members on NHS England’s Urgent and Emergency Care Review and the role out-of-hospital care providers can play in achieving its objectives – click here to access a copy of the review
- Richard Fuller, Conservative MP for Bedford, who encouraged social enterprises to take on an even greater entrepreneurial spirit.
- Professor Nigel Sparrow, Senior National GP advisor and responsible officer at CQC, who covered the results of its first round of new inspections – click here for a copy of the results
Delegates also heard from several UHUK members who have been working on new innovative ideas for reducing A&E admissions and providing care outside of hospital.
Sesui attended the conference as an exhibitor and used the event as a vehicle to discuss the new call recording integration between Sesui and Advanced Patient Management system – keep an eye on the website for more information.
About Urgent Health UK
Urgent Health UK is a federation of 26 social enterprises providing out of hospital urgent care including out-of-hours Primary Care, covering over 40% of services in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The federation is the largest player in the medical out-of-hours services market, and also provide many other unscheduled care services including: urgent care centres; GP led 8-8 practices; emergency and community dental services; community nursing and admissions avoidance schemes.
Membership of Urgent Health UK is dependent on Social Enterprise Out of Hospital, unscheduled primary care providers taking part, paying for and achieving a good standard in an annual external benchmarked audit. Audits involve 20 days of scrutiny and analysis every year for each member. They are provided by chartered auditors experienced in examining health providers and the results are shared with Urgent Health UK, its board and all UHUK members. An accountability process ensures compliance.
For more information, visit the UHUK website