Rotamap 2019 Spring Event

Our next event will be held in London at the RSA on Friday 22 March 2019. Discussions will centre around achieving balance between organisational structure and departmental flexibility.

The day will provide an excellent opportunity to learn more about our services, review new and upcoming features, and discuss shared challenges related to clinical staff management. We'll also be presenting the latest performance benchmark results.

We'll be hearing from Jos de Blok, a nurse and CEO of Buurtzorg, an organisation providing neighbourhood-based nursing care. Started in the Netherlands about 12 years ago, Buurtzorg now has more than 14,000 nurses and its model of flexible, independent teams of nurses supported by a small central back-office and innovative IT systems is being adopted by several other organisations internationally.

Jos de Blok, Buurtzorg

The event is suitable for clinical office holders, managers and senior administrators from both existing clients and departments interested in adopting Medirota or CLWRota. We will also be discussing our Trustwide Doctor Rostering and Surgery-wide Doctor Rostering arrangements which may be of interest to Financial Directors, Medical Directors and Trust Board Members.

Schedule

10:00
Registration opens; a support clinic will be available
11:00
Welcome and introduction Rory Campbell-Lange and Nick Edgeworth, Rotamap
11:30
Organisational structure Jos de Blok, CEO and founder of Buurtzorg
12:30
New and upcoming features Fran Mountjoy and Iona Wickens, Rotamap
13:15
Lunch
14:15
Implementing Medirota Vicki Gibson, Assistant Directorate Manager, Division of Surgery at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust.
14:45
Data, benchmarks and performance Tom Bermejo and Rachel Christie, Rotamap
15:30
Future opportunities Rory Campbell-Lange, Rotamap
15:40
Drinks and informal discussion
16:30
Close

Places are limited and are therefore restricted to 3 attendees per trust. If you would like to attend please contact us at info@rotamap.net or 020 7631 1555.