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Professor Tony Marson re Connected Health Cities

Professor Tony Marson of the University of Liverpool and The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust describes the challenges and aspirations for improving clinical pathways through Connected Health Cities, by creating learning healthcare systems. Prof Marson is the clinical lead for unplanned seizure admissions. More information here: https://www.connectedhealthcities.org/connected-health-cities/north-west-coast/

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Professor Tony Marson re Connected Health Cities Watch

Professor Tony Marson of the University of Liverpool and The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust describes the challenges and aspirations for improving clinical pathways through Connected Health Cities, by creating learning healthcare systems. Prof Marson is the clinical lead for unplanned seizure admissions. More information here: https://www.connectedhealthcities.org/connected-health-cities/north-west-coast/

Doug Hopkins on how Salaso’s physio films boost patient confidence Watch

Salaso have developed a suite of online physio videos to increase patient confidence in, commitment to and compliance with rehab exercises. Salaso physio videos reduce clinical variation and improve rehab and recovery. Doug says the Innovation Agency helped the company in building relations with the right people in the health service.

Nick Gray of UKDI describes his pioneering stretcher Watch

UKDI produces the Recovery +. This lightweight, three-part foldable stretcher is made from plastic and is designed to provide a range of safe options to respond to planned and unplanned emergencies. It has now been in NHS operational use for nearly two years with very positive reviews. Nick said the Innovation Agency helped the company make contact with the appropriate figures in the NHS to promote the product.

Heath Groves outlines Sundown Solutions’ bed-state tracker Watch

The bed state tracker system helps hospitals identify community beds to reduce discharge delays. NHS England have agreed a pilot which is taking place across the Midlands, London and the North West. The company has won the prestigious Red Rose award for best digital solution in healthcare, and Heath said it benefited from the Innovation Agency’s help in focusing its marketing and communications efforts.

Innovation Agency goals 2018-19 Watch

How we are working with other organisations and individuals to spread innovations which benefit health and care – and ultimately our population.

We Are the Innovation Agency Watch

Looking back over five years of workshops, conferences, hackathons and exhibitions – a snapshot of Innovation Agency events.

Dr Liz Mear describes the role of the Innovation Agency Watch

Chief Executive Dr Liz Mear describes the role of the Innovation Agency, supporting the healthcare system to put innovations into practice to improve the health and wellbeing of residents in Cheshire, Merseyside, Lancashire and South Cumbria, and across the country through our national collaborations.

Indi Singh - health and care information sharing Watch

Indi Singh, Head of Architecture and Cyber Security at NHS England describes the most important features of exemplars in local health and care information sharing

The AHSN Network: adopting and spreading innovation - regionally and nationally Watch

The AHSN Network: adopting and spreading innovation - regionally and nationally. England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks work both locally to drive innovation and transformation, and as a connected national collaborative to identify what works best so it can be adopted and spread across wide geographies - helping the NHS save money and improve patient outcomes. We have enabled the spread of over 200 innovations throughout 11,000 locations. These have benefited 6 million people, created more than 500 jobs and have leveraged £330m investment to improve health and support the NHS, social care and industry innovators. To find out more or get in touch, please have a look at www.kssahsn.net or www.ahsnnetwork.com

Dr Liz Mear - The importance of innovation in healthcare Watch

Dr Liz Mear describes the importance of innovation in healthcare, in a video shown as part of ‘The Innovative Medic’ project run by the Medical School at Leeds University. This is part of a module which offers all year 2 and 3 medics a choice of enterprise-focussed projects which are different to their mainstream medical education.

Evidence Champions Watch

Hear from the students of the inaugural Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Practice Programme (Evidence Based Commissioning)

Chris Pointon, #HelloMyNameIs, at #EngageWell, Liverpool, 7th November 2017 Watch

Chris Pointon tells the story of the NHS #HelloMyNameIs phenomenon at #EngageWell: Patient and Public Engagement on Social Media, Liverpool, 7th November 2017

Lee Omar - How the Innovation Agency has helped his business to... Watch

Red Ninja CEO Lee Omar describes how the Innovation Agency has helped his business to grow through collaborations with the NHS on technology to improve lives.

How to run a hackathon Watch

Here's a guide from our in-house experts on how to run a hackathon. Our team has been trained by the world leaders in health hackathons - MIT Hacking Medicine. We deliver CPD accredited hackathon facilitator training.

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