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    During the COVID-19 pandemic, partnership and collaboration between the NHS, patient and community organisations, and the life-sciences sector has been vital in enabling the system to adapt quickly and effectively to new challenges. This free online event will explore how this approach can be embedded to support system recovery and enable transformation, particularly where COVID-19 has led to significant disruption of services for people with long-term conditions. It will identify the challenges and opportunities people with long-term conditions face in securing good-quality, person-centr
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    The first new sickle-cell treatment in 20 years will help keep thousands of people out of hospital over the next three years, NHS England has said. Sickle-cell disease is incurable and affects 15,000 people in the UK. And the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence said the hope of reducing health inequalities for black people, who are predominantly affected and often have poorer health to start with, made the drug worth recommending. It called it "an innovative treatment". Read full story Source: BBC News, 5 October 2021
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    On 8 November 2021, Public Policy Projects is hosting over 300 senior leaders in the heart of Westminster for a high-level day conference designed to turn policy into actionable insights in the healthcare and life science sectors. PPP will host a series of national and international keynote speakers including Ministers, governmental leaders and key providers for this strategic look at delivering innovation. Themes: Integrated Care / Implications of Health Bill Health Inequalities in UK The Life Sciences Vision Future Vaccination Programmes The event is fre
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    Improving Patient Safety: Why Perioperative Care and Effective Monitoring Matters Report 2021 ImPrOve summary infographic
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    Last night’s HSJ Patient Safety Awards celebrated the innovative work of frontline NHS teams in a year when the challenge and necessity of keeping the public safe had never been greater. Patient Safety Team of the Year was St Luke’s Cancer Centre and the pharmacy team from Royal Surrey Foundation Trust, who achieved ambitious change to reduce the risk of covid infections of cancer patients. This year saw the introduction of the Improving Care for Children and Young People Initiative of the Year which was won by Humber Teaching FT and Hull CCG for their Humber Sensory Processing Hub.
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    Surgical hubs, new technology and innovative ways of working will help tackle waiting lists and treat around 30% more elective care patients by 2023 to 2024. Backed by a new £36 billion investment in health and social care over the next 3 years, ‘doing things differently’ and embracing innovation will be the driving force to get the NHS back on track. The funding will see the NHS deliver an extra 9 million checks, scans and operations for patients across the country, but it’s not enough to simply plug the elective gaps. The NHS will push forward with faster and more streamlined metho
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    THIS Space, is now open for registration. It will be held online on 24 and 25 November 2021. Aiming to promote interdisciplinary and intergenerational exchange to build the field of healthcare improvement studies, THIS Space is open to all and free to attend for those in the UK and internationally. The event will create space for interaction, networking, and sharing – you can find out more about the programme here. THIS Space aims to: provide a focus for knowledge sharing in healthcare improvement stimulate innovation and fresh thinking help researchers to develop the
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    In the dawn of a new era for digital and health tech transformation, the Leading Healthcare Innovation Summit looks to bring together emerging communities in healthcare to solve the most pressing issues facing the UK healthcare sector. It will be addressing the sector’s biggest challenges and concerns including the mental health of clinicians and patients; clinical pathways; diversity and inclusion in data and products; service and user inclusive design; remote patient monitoring; virtual consultations and ICS development. You will leave with action points to push forward your digit
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    Seven key themes: More agile use of resource Staff well-being Working together Accelerated decision-making Sustaining the pace of innovation and change Digital access and confidence Embracing new technology. Recommendations The Study report provides 12 recommendations for how decision-makers and practitioners from across NHS Wales can sustain the innovative and transformative ways of working that have emerged. NHS Wales organisations should coproduce an Innovation Strategy with Welsh Government NHS Wales organisations should devel
  10. Content Article
    Hospital-level care at home, in the form of remote monitoring and daily visits from medical professionals, is being touted as the potential future of healthcare, saving money and freeing up hospital beds. But as well as the financial considerations, it is important to reflect upon how this approach would feel to you as a potential patient in receipt of this novel treatment approach. As a patient, the upsides to being treated in your home instead of in hospital are obvious. It saves time and money to not have to travel to the hospital regularly for treatment. You are in the familiar settin
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    ”Avoidable patient harm is a global challenge in all healthcare systems. Innovative digital technologies have the potential to revolutionise health and care and ensure that we design and deliver for safety. Collecting, storing, managing and intelligently using high quality data for evidence-based practise is an important part of implementing patient safety solutions.” This is Helen Hughes’ summary quote on being announced as one of the #HIMSSFuture50 Community in the Patient Leader category. This Community identifies, celebrates and connects top digital health leaders who have made signif
  12. News Article
    To lower hospital readmission rates for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), UB pharmacy researcher David Jacobs has received a $962,000 award from the US National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to develop a real-time readmission risk-prediction algorithm. Through a five-year Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award, Jacobs will combine social information with rich clinical data to build predictive models that will be integrated into patient-centric interventions and tested in clinical practices. If successful, the research will help clinic
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    Patients with life-threatening coronary heart disease will be treated five times faster thanks to 3D scans being introduced on the NHS that allow for a diagnosis in just 20 minutes. The revolutionary technology can turn a regular CT scan of the heart into a 3D image, allowing doctors to diagnose them rapidly, NHS England said. It added that about 100,000 people will be eligible to use the HeartFlow technology over the next three years. Patients – who would previously have had to undergo an invasive and time-consuming angiogram in hospital – will now be seen, diagnosed and treate
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