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Rapid adoption of Microsoft Teams within the NHS

by Helen Linklater | 7 months ago | in Rheumatology
Horizon 2

So far have used Teams to plan and deliver undergraduate education, to participate in rheumatology team meetings. It will be exciting to extend its use to multidisciplinary meetings embracing primary, secondary and tertiary care, as this will help rapidly develop integrated working. This is likely to bring significant clinical, educational and academic benefits

What is needed to sustain the change?

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edited on Jul 13, 2020 by Kyle Beacham
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Kate Southall 7 months ago

We have found this to be an excellent adjunct to team working. Pre Covid-19 many of our staff worked in clinics without colleagues to support. Teams has allowed us rapid access to our colleagues and their expertise. We have delivered in service trainings as well as team meetings on this platform with generally good results.

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Greta McLachlan 7 months ago

Status labels added: Home Working / Remote Working, Investment In Technology, Video Consulting, Virtual Consulting, Horizon 1

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Greta McLachlan 7 months ago

Status labels added: Education, Effective Team Working, Staff & Patient Collaboration, Horizon 2

Status label removed: Horizon 1

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Greta McLachlan 7 months ago

The idea has been progressed to the next milestone.

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Kyle Beacham 6 months ago

Status labels removed: Education, Effective Team Working, Home Working / Remote Working, Investment In Technology, Staff & Patient Collaboration, Video Consulting, Virtual Consulting

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