‘See what I see’: remote clinical assessment for people in care homes using head-mounted technology

This project is aiming to reduce waiting times and hospital admissions, and improve quality of care and GP capacity.

Integrating primary, community and social care services within an extended primary care team

This project is aiming to improve service delivery and quality of life for patients by ensuring they see the right person, in the right place, at the right time.

Prevention of swallowing difficulties

Midlands
Led by Derbyshire County Primary Care Trust, this project aimed to identify dysphagia patients at an early stage, assess their needs rapidly and reduce the need for hospital admission. The team developed a range of interventions to equip care and nursing staff with the skills and knowledge to man...

PROSPER: Promoting safer provision of care for elderly residents

East of England
This project aimed to improve safety and reduce harm for vulnerable care home residents, who are at particular risk of admission to hospital or significant deterioration in their health and quality of life.

Micro-enterprise care solutions to reduce acute hospital admissions

Scotland
Led by NHS Fife, this project aimed to find new and sustainable ways to support older people to live at home safely, with less need for crisis intervention by health and social care services. The project team developed a new local health economy of businesses, care co-operatives and micro-enterpr...