Reducing emergency department crowding through predictive data analytics – flow|ER

This project aims to predict and improve the management of crowding in the emegency department at Addenbrooke's Hospital. 

Using electronic data to identify bottlenecks in secondary care at weekends and improve patient flow

Midlands
Run by Royal Derby Hospital, in partnership with the University of Nottingham. Focused on patients being treated in secondary care during weekends. Aiming to remove weekend bottlenecks on medical wards at the acute hospital and so improve patient flow.   Will embed a clinical epidemiolog...

Mark Cheetham, GenerationQ Fellow

Midlands
Mark Cheetham has been a Consultant Surgeon at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust since 2005. Between 2010 and 2013 he was Scheduled Care Value Stream Lead, and since April 2013 has been Care Group Medical Director for Scheduled Care.

Chris Green, GenerationQ Fellow

North west England
Chris Green has been Director of Pharmacy and Medicines Management at the Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust since 2005. He leads a team of over 100 staff, with a budget of £3.3m.

Erica Reid, Quality Improvement Fellow

Scotland
Originally from the Outer Hebrides, Erica became a nurse in 1986 and following clinical posts, a national secondment to the Scottish Government and middle management posts, she became the National Programme Lead for Emergency Care Pathways in NHS Scotland in 2011. Erica is an expert in patient...

Karen Barnett, GenerationQ fellow

Yorkshire and the Humber
Karen Barnett is the Operational Director for the integrated care directorate at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust, a role she has held since January 2013. She is responsible for managing a wide range of hospital and community-based services and a workforce of over 1,000 staff. After...

Simon Mackenzie, Quality Improvement Fellow

Scotland
Simon Mackenzie is Divisional Medical Director for University Hospitals Division, NHS Lothian. He has a long involvement in quality improvement and is responsible for healthcare governance in one of the largest providers of secondary and tertiary care in the UK. In 1992, Simon was appointed as...

Chris Grant, Quality Improvement Fellow

Dr Chris Grant did his medical training at Kings College London and graduated in 1996. He undertook his graduate medical training in London and Liverpool and was dual certified as a Consultant in both Anesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine. As part of that training he undertook a Fellowship year ...

Ajit Abraham, Quality Improvement Fellow

London
Ajit is a Consultant Hepato-pancreato-biliary (HPB) Surgeon at Barts and the London NHS Trust (BLT), one of the largest acute care hospitals in the United Kingdom, where he works as part of a team that delivers elective, tertiary HPB surgical care for the populations of North East London and Esse...

Malcolm Daniel, Quality Improvement Fellow

Scotland
Dr Malcolm Daniel has been a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at Glasgow Royal Infirmary (GRI), part of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, for 13 years. This is the largest NHS Board in Scotland, providing healthcare to 1.2 million people.   Background Malcolm graduated from the Uni...

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