An outpatient service refers to any healthcare consultation, treatment, or procedure provided to a patient without an overnight stay in a medical facility like a hospital. One of the major advantages of outpatient care is the lower expenses compared to inpatient care. Some outpatient care examples include wellness, prevention, weight-loss programs, lab tests, MRI scans, general health checkups, etc.
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The Convenzis Outpatient Transformation Conference 2022 provides secondary care leaders with some direction and insight into the NHS Outpatient Transformation Programme. The event will provide high value, policy-led, presentations from sector-leading speakers, meet the supplier sessions, networking opportunities and interactive Q&A. The NHS is giving patients greater control and convenience in their NHS hospital or clinic appointments – by offering telephone or video consultations, empowering people to book their own follow-up care, and working with GPs to avoid the need for an onward referral where possible.
This means less time travelling to hospital appointments and in waiting rooms, and better access to follow-up hospital care when needed. The planet also benefits from reducing the NHS’s carbon footprint and contribution to congestion on the roads. Our Outpatient Transformation Conference focuses on the new and developing NHS Outpatient Transformation Programme, the series follows the development of some key areas. If you are interested in the redesign and restructure of NHS Outpatient services and would like a complimentary pass, please get in touch today to reserve your place. Our CPD accredited event series is helping the NHS keep up to date and dialled in on the latest national policy and on the ground best practices, your complimentary pass
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