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Today the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee continues the second phase of its inquiry into primary care. In the first phase of the landmark inquiry they heard from members of the public about what they want from the future of primary care. Now they are going to the professionals to hear their side and how deliverable the public’s ambitions are. There are two panels featured; the first is focused around the use of technology and the second features the Cabinet Secretary, plus officials.

 

Full list of those appearing:

Primary Care Inquiry – Phase Two: The Committee will take evidence from—

Scott Heald, Associate Director (Data Management & Strategic

Development), Information Services Division Scotland, NHS National

Services Scotland;

Lynne Huckerby, Director of Service Development, NHS24;

Geoff Huggins, Director, NES Digital Service;

Chaloner Chute, Chief Technology Officer, Digital Health and Care

Institute;

William Edwards, eHealth Director, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde;

 

and then from—

Jeane Freeman, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, Aidan

Grisewood, Deputy Director, Primary Care, Naureen Ahmad, Head of GP

Contract and Implementation, and Phillip McLean, Patient

Engagement/Health Inequalities Team Leader, Scottish Government.

 

You can watch the Committee session live here: https://www.scottishparliament.tv/

 

Meeting papers here: https://www.parliament.scot/S5_HealthandSportCommittee/Meeting%20Papers/20191105_HS_PUBLIC_PAPERS.pdf

 

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