“Very informative day and well organised event. Great to have so many Docman staff on hand. My highlight of the day was hearing about the product road map.”

Our National Docman Conference 2015 was held in 3 locations this year and was bigger and better than ever. This year we held conferences at One Great George Street – London, Aston Villa Football Club – Birmingham and Manchester City Football Club.

Attracting over 600 healthcare professionals, delegates attended from primary, secondary and social healthcare organisations to learn more about Docman, hear about new product launches and share best practice with others. One of the highlights was the Genius Bar which provided live demonstrations and gave customers an opportunity to ask our expert trainers any questions on Docman.

“I loved the Genius Bar”

Stream One covered our primary care roadmap and discussed our exciting new product launches and updates. In addition, free training was provided on Docman GP to further support our customers with time savings and efficiencies. These sessions included, hints and tips, practice management, Intellisense and iWorkflow training which were well received by our primary care audience.

Stream Two discussed our secondary care roadmap and provided the audience with product updates, case studies of Docman Hub and Docman RMS projects, best practice examples, support with organisations paperless strategy, networking to support joining-up Docman Hubs and an introduction to our new Hub Resolutions team.

Our conference also featured guest speakers delivering updates on projects connecting healthcare and professionals. Laurelle Morgan-Bruce, Programme Manager Clinical Transformation at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust discussed the progress of implementing Docman Hub and RMS to standardise the communication and document workflow process for its 3,500 employees across 71 sites. The project covers Oxleas’ five directorates and is working with 3 CCGs that include over 150 GP practices.

Daniel Alexander, Integrated Digital Care Records Manager, North West Commissioning Support Unit presented an update on the Greater Manchester Electronic Clinical Correspondence Programme (GM ECC) and how the project has sent millions of documents. This year also saw Phil Collins, Head of IM&T from West Midlands Service NHS Foundation Trust (WMAS) present on an interesting use case of Docman Hub.

We look forward to seeing you at our National Docman Conferences 2016!

“I have learnt so much more than I expected to. Everyone was very friendly and knowledgeable.”

“The day was very well organised and it was interesting to hear about new developments.”

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