How does the quality of your data impact upon patient safety?
Date and Time
Join us for a joint webinar between IHRIM and FEDIP on the 30th of October, 12:30 – 13:30
In this webinar, you will learn more about the importance of data quality and how to engage your staff in training that will promote better data within your organization.
What will I learn?
The purpose of this webinar is to understand what your data says about you and your organisation.
It will look at the impact of the quality of your data held in Trust systems, the impact on patient safety, care and experience as well as the individuals who work in your organisation and what can be done to support them.
It will help you identify who should be involved in bringing together a solution, how you get others involved, including your CEO and CIO, and how you get staff to come along and attend a very different way of training.
The webinar will be presented by Kim Bellis, who, after 42 years working in the NHS in a variety of roles, is now working with FEDIP as a Programme Manager. Kim’s expertise is in records management and data quality and until recently held a senior manager position in an acute Trust for the last 16 years.
She also worked in the IT department as a Senior Project Manager, helping implement software to underpin the delivery of patient care. In 2002 Kim was seconded to work for the Department of Health for 12 months, leading the implementation of Copying Letters to Patients in the Southwest. Kim has been a member of IHRIM for over 30 years and is a Fellow of the Institute.
She has been on the Board in various roles and until recently served 13 years as Chairman which resulted in being awarded the Royle Mansell Award, the highest accolade the Institute can present to a member, for outstanding and sustained contribution to the work of the Institute over and above what would usually be expected of a member. Her role on the Board now is Director without Portfolio, to allow her to take on the role with FEDIP.
Kim is passionate about professionalism and was instrumental in the very early days of the inception of FEDIP working with UKCHIP and is registered on the FEDIP register