Implementing Transfers of Care and Open APIs

NHS England, NHS Digital and techUK are hosting an event for vendors to explore implementing transfers of care and open APIs.

By 1 October 2018, organisations will be expected to have aligned their acute inpatient discharge, emergency care discharges, mental health discharges and outpatient letters with the nationally published specifications. (NHS Standard Contract)

All organisations will be required, by 31 December 2018 to have implemented the generic record API specified by CareConnect at a minimum. (NHS Standard Contract)

The purpose of this workshop is to consider the potential barriers to implementing transfers of care and open APIs and to explore how we can overcome those barriers.

By working together there is an opportunity for vendors, NHSE and NHSD to understand the challenges, share learning and identify next steps.

We will be hosting this event in London and places will be limited so early booking is recommended.

The event will cover:

  • Standard contract update
  • Technical specification and standard development update
  • Vendor update
  • PRSB site visit findings
  • Next steps

The event will include a breakout session to explore:

  • The barriers to implementation
  • How we overcome those barriers

Places are limited to two attendees per company.

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