Guest Lecture Series: Data Quality and Assurance in the NHS
Venue: Chancellors G14
- Lecture outline/Learning outcomes
- Knowledge of Data Quality, Data Assurance and Data Integrity in a health context
- Grasp of the impact of poor Data Quality on care, planning and income
- Understanding of the systems and processes employed in RBFT to improve Data Quality & develop Data Integrity
- Awareness of the monitoring processes employed to provide routine data assurance
- Appreciation of future challenges for Data Integrity
Jane Hartley PhD, Data Quality Programme Manager
Jane has worked in ‘back office’ functions in the NHS for 25 years following a career as a scientist. Her roles have primarily related to information and supporting evidence based decision making. She established Research and Clinical Governance departments, led contract negotiations with commissioners as Associate Director of Finance, was Associate Director for Information and Deputy Chief Information Officer. More recently she has qualified with the NHS leadership academy as a coach and mentor.
Lin Rogers, Data Quality & Assurance Lead
Lin has worked in various management roles in Royal Berkshire NHS FT which have given her a comprehensive depth of knowledge of operational processes. She managed the Out-Patient departments that ensure the running of over 400k appointment per annum. She played a key role in the implementation of the Electronic Patient Record providing continuity of approach and an understanding of workflows. As Data Quality & Assurance Lead she has developed her teams expertise to take the established Data Quality & Assurance methodologies in house.
This is a guest lecture for MSc Informatics students and others if of interest.
|Date||6th March 2020|
|Time||11:00am - 12:00pm|