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From construction to operations: NHS Scotland’s information management journey
In view of the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the National Mourning period, we have rescheduled this webinar session from its original date of 15 September to 10 November at 11am.

In association with Bentley Systems
NHS Scotland is one of the largest asset owners in the UK, with thousands of assets and properties (from rural GP surgeries to acute hospitals) with data managed across 14 territorial Health Boards and eight national Health Boards.

NHS Scotland recognised that improving the quality and management of project information coming from its supply chain, as well as its own asset information management capabilities, would enable them to make smarter decisions across both projects and its existing built environment assets.

The NHS Scotland Assure Information Management System (common data environment) will not only provide a collaborative repository for storage of information and data in relation to the built environment (with linkages to other national systems), but it will also ensure a single source of truth, overlaying appropriate data sets and unlocking value, allowing Boards to make informed decisions.

Our speakers from NHS Scotland and Bentley Systems will detail the information management journey to date.

• Louise Gardiner, head of digital estate and asset management, NHS Scotland Assure - Health Facilities Scotland
• Rachel McKay , project Manager at NHS National Services Scotland
• Peter Lynch, senior advancement manager, Bentley Systems
• Mark Biscoe, senior consultant, Bentley Systems

This webinar is free to attend and is worth one hour's CPD credits.

This webinar is part of the Digital Construction Summit, taking place on 1-10 November. To find out more, go to digitalconstructionsummit.co.uk

Nov 10, 2022 11:00 AM in London

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