NHS Interoperability: KLAS Report Findings


NHS Digital, techUK and INTEROPen, with special guests, KLAS, are delighted to invite you to a briefing on the recently released KLAS research report, NHS Interoperability: Data-Sharing Efforts, Obstacles, and Progress in England.  This event follows on from the KLAS presentation during our FHIR Works event in November 2017. At that event, KLAS presented their preliminary research findings and the future roadmap of their research, and agreed to return to techUK once the full report was published.

About KLAS

KLAS is a healthcare IT research firm, based in the United States. Founded in 1996, KLAS has spent over 20 years providing insights into the American HIT industry. Since 2011, KLAS has conducted research internationally in Europe, South America, Australia and the Middle East. KLAS has also spent the last 4 years benchmarking interoperability in the USA, and has recently completed its first round of Interoperability research in the UK. 

Proposed agenda

12:30  Networking lunch and registration

13:30  Welcome, techUK

13:35  Introduction – Tracey Watson, Director for Innovation and Partnerships, NHS Digital

13:45 Presentation of KLAS study findings – Jeremy Goff, VP International Research, KLAS

14:45 Closing remarks – Keith Naylor, Operations Manager, INTEROPen

15:00 Close 

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