Transforming Long Term Conditions through innovation workshop
Successful delivery of the five East Midlands Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) are of vital importance to improving patient care and delivering essential efficiency savings. Proven innovations produced by industry in collaboration with NHS and 3rd sector organisations will be at the heart of NHS transformation across the region.
The East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN) is working with the region’s STPs, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and provider organisations to deliver a programme of proven innovations that support the transformation of healthcare.
The programme will focus on patients with the following Long Term Conditions:
• Respiratory diseases
• Cardiovascular diseases
We are also looking for innovative ways to reduce falls amongst our older people living with frailty.
Initial data analysis has shown that in the last year the NHS in the East Midlands spent over £175m on outpatient appointments and emergency admissions related to these three Long Term Conditions.
Specific objectives for the programme include:
• Reduction or elimination of wasteful and unnecessary acute based outpatient appointments for this cohort of patients
• Increasing efficiency of care for these Long Term Conditions in primary care (particularly related to GP activity)
• Reduction in instances of escalation and emergency acute admissions for this cohort.
The workshops will provide an informal platform for attendees from the NHS, social care and industry to review current clinical pathways, transformation plans and innovations, and work together to identify sustainable solutions.
The event is not a ‘pitching’ opportunity for new products, it is an opportunity to have round table discussions with multi-disciplinary teams and individuals, to co-produce transformative solutions.
After the workshop EMAHSN will work with STPs, CCGs and provider organisations across the region to issue a call for proposals for the implementation of a number of these solutions in testbed deployments across the region.
Why should I attend?
Health and social care:
This will provide an opportunity to identify proven innovations that can assist in the implementation of your transformation programmes associated with long term conditions. The workshops will be designed to support the co-production of plans for potential programmes which when implemented can deliver targets for health outcomes improvement and efficiency savings. A subsequent call for proposals will select programmes for support and implementation.
This workshop will be designed to support the co-production, of solutions to meet strategic priorities of the East Midlands STPs and CCGs. A subsequent call for proposals will select programmes for implementation ensuring commissioner led pull for innovative products and services.
Representatives from a number of the region’s Local Digital Roadmap groups will be present to discuss how innovative products and services can best be integrated.
If you are interested in attending, please register your interest by completing this form and we will be in touch to confirm your place. An East Midlands venue will also be confirmed shortly and we will let you know. For more information about the event, please contact email@example.com.