Social Care Data Forum Invite – 3 December

Social Care Data Forum – Thursday 3rd December 9:00 – 11:00 AM

As we all know data can be a barrier for people accessing care and support across the world.

For decades now, people have been telling us that they wished we could simply share information between professionals. With the right technology, this is possible.

We would like to take this a stage further, moving to a world of citizen held data where an has control of data held about them and they can choose which information they share and with whom.

This is the third and final Social Care Data Forum event hosted by Scottish Care to bring together interested parties to explore how this might work in practice, with a view to establishing a collaboration to embark on a proof of concept. Taffy Gatawa, Chief Information and Compliance Officer at Everylife technologies will be talking us through the pros and cons of data standards across health and social care.

We will also be exploring a vision for data in social care and funding opportunities to get things off the ground so please come prepared with any leads you are aware of.

Attendees include: software developers, MyDex CIC, care providers, statutory organisations, regulators, people who access care and support, academics and Scottish Government and digital thinktanks such as the Data Lab and the Digital Health Institute.

We hope you can join us for this event.

The forum is open to new members. If you would like to get involved or know more, please contact [email protected].

Social Care Data Forum 1

Social Care Data Forum 2

Last Updated on 26th November 2020 by Shanice