SBK NHS Private Patient Service Development Event
It’s always nice to get the first event of the year underway and blow away the cobwebs, so attending SBK’s NHS Private Patient Service Development event couldn’t come soon enough.
Having attended previous SBK events, as a Company we were very keen to be involved with an event specifically aimed at NHS Private Patient Services. As Streets Heaver is currently the leading provider of NHS Private Patient Unit Management Systems, being the lead event sponsor gave us a brilliant opportunity to network and showcase how our Compucare Software could improve the accuracy and efficiency of PPUs, proactively improving their profitability.
A day full of Insight
During the day the guest speakers, gave a great insight into the challenges an NHS Private Patient Service faces and ways they have been able to over come them. The speakers were able to discuss their previous experiences from all different perspectives, ranging from Private Activity without dedicated beds, to a full Private Patient Unit. It was also great to here from some of our existing clients, including Derby Private Health and Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Trust, who were very complimentary of our Compucare System and how it has improved their efficiencies as well as their revenue capture. There were lots intriguing opportunities for discussions and debates, especially after presentations from PHIN, Bupa, Aviva and Vitality.
Very informative and engaging
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Overall the day was a raging success for everyone who attended, with the networking and group discussions proving to be one of the most beneficial aspects of the day. Having the opportunity to debate the challenges that Private Patient Units faced with their fellow NHS peers, it was clearly evident that there is common ground, no matter what the geographical location. This gave ample opportunity to discuss ways to overcome these problems, as well as share best practice. For Streets Heaver as a software provider, it also identified possible ways that we would be able to assist them in overcoming some of their challenges.