Technology Enabled Care Servic , UK
Title Of Presentation :
Accelerating digital care transformation via frontline general practice nurses
Rachel is a national project manager working for the technology enabled care services (TECS) programme in Staffordshire, England. Rachel is currently managing the national general practice nursing action learning set programme to create digital nurse champions - developing confidence, capability and capacity for delivery of technology enabled care and prevention of avoidable illness. The programme introduces clinicians to accessible technology that is easily available, to empower the patient and improve healthcare outcomes.
Prior to this Rachel has worked within the public sector for the Stoke-on-Trent clinical commissioning groups supporting the governing bodies and committees, and as a manager in the local authority within the education system.
Previously Rachel has managed large teams across the UK in the private/retail sector as an area manager.
Rachel has built on her knowledge and expertise providing project management support to innovative programmes to digitally upskill citizens and clinicians.