The project aims to improve the use of post-operative morbidity data by clinicians in order to improve quality of care and patient outcomes.
Using live operational data and improvement science to help primary care teams deliver better patient care: the Tower Hamlets EQUIP programme
This project aims to help GP practices work smarter using existing resources, supplemented by live operational data and coaching/training, to make effective operational changes.
UCLH Enhanced Recovery App (ER-App): improving peri-operative quality for elective surgery using data on pathway compliance and surgical outcomes
This project aimed to improve patient outcomes following oesophago-gastric surgery, using a software application, the ER-App, to drive up the standard of peri-operative care.
North west England
This project involved the use of a wearable patch to monitor vital signs continuously and transmit results wirelessly, alerting staff to patient deterioration.
This project aimed to improve partner notification outcomes by offering patients diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection access to Electronic Partner Notification.
Stabilising sleep for patients admitted at acute crisis to psychiatric hospital: a pilot randomised controlled trial
South east England
The project involves treating sleep problems using the latest evidence-based techniques and technologies, with three key elements: state-of-the-art sleep monitoring devices to promote patient discussion about their sleep; regulation of the body clock through the timing of light and darkness; and ...
Supporting patients and families after hospital discharge following critical illness: implementation and evaluation of a novel e-health resource
This innovation from NHS Lothian is looking to address this gap by providing information to these patients, and facilitating early supported discharge and supported self-management post-hospital discharge.
Reducing inequalities in care for people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: implementation of an innovative community-based and specialist supported integrated care pathway in East Yorkshire
Yorkshire and the Humber
This innovative project from Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust brings together GPs and liver specialists through an e-consult clinic, as part of an IT-based integrated care pathway for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).