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NHS Network Healthcare Professionals Commissioning Network (HCPCN)
The National Clinical Commissioning Network (NCCN) and associated Healthcare Professionals Commissioning Network (HCPCN) were created to enable an ever-increasing number of clinicians to become involved within and be enthused by commissioning. At the beginning of October 2012 these two networks merged to establish the Integrated Clinical Commissioning Network (ICCN).
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NHS Network NPC Medicines Management Network
Open to participants in the National Prescribing Centre's medicines management and community pharmacy improvement programmes.
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NHS Network Long Term Conditions (LTC) Electronic Templates Supporting Personalised Care Planning
The Long Term Conditions Programme within NHS Yorkshire and the Humber's Programme for IT was established with the aim to improve the experience of patients with Long Term Conditions. Working largely with existing systems and technology, the programme included the provision of templates to support personalised care planning. Electronic templates within SystmOne were developed in partnerhip with clinicians from across the region for a number of long term conditions. These templates can be found in an exportable format on this website, along with data mappings for those that wish to recreate the templates within alternative IT systems.
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NHS Network Supporting innovation in healthcare technology: the Open network
There is tremendous pressure on the NHS to become much more innovative. Some of this innovation is linked to a reform programme that is concerned with organisational structures, funding arrangements, governance and the like but this network is specifically concerned with technological innovations, including diagnostic, therapeutic and informatics technologies, and the impact they have upon care pathways, service improvement more generally and other structures and processes associated with the delivery of patient care. The task of providing support to those leading innovation within NHS trusts is complicated by the need to support innovation from a range of different external sources such as other healthcare organisations, universities and commercial companies and from within the NHS. Support may be required in order to help NHS staff drive innovation by identifying clinical or organisational problems and then seeking suitable solutions. Alternatively, staff may need help to develop new technologies and ways of working and then disseminate their solutions. There is a growing range of sources of support at national, regional and Trust level. These include: Academic Health Science Centres; Biomedical Research Centres and Units; Health Innovation and Education Clusters; the National Innovation Centre; the National Technology Adoption Centre; and the Regional NHS Innovation Hubs. This network for anyone who is concerned about the ability of NHS organisations to build the necesary technological innovation capability required to meet the challenges faced by the NHS over the next few years.
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