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NHS Network Tcl script Interoperability Toolkit - ITK
The ITK network group and associated forum is open to anyone who is interested in the Interoperability Toolkit (ITK) and wants to know more. It provides an opportunity for group members to share information on successful ITK adoption projects, engage in technical discussions on enhancing the ITK to address NHS business needs or just to ask a question. It also allows the ITK team to share related documentation and publicise ITK related events.
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NHS Network application/x-troff-ms Islington Integrated Health and Care Teams
Joining up health and care in Islington
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NHS Network Troff document joinup ITNOT
A grouping of NHS North of Tyne organisations aiming to link patient data for real time patient care
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NHS Network Common Assessment Framework for Adults Learning Network
Documenting the learning from a three year programme to test different approaches to sharing information across agencies to support personalisation. JOIN THIS NETWORK TO GET UPDATES WHENEVER THERE IS NEW CONTENT. There are three main areas to this network. 1 Lessons Learnt from the CAF Programme (these can be found under three categories down the left 1. Redesigning Systems and Services, 2. Techincal Approaches, 3. General Programme Working and Support) 2. Message Board for ongoing networking, specifically in relation to information sharing across health and social care 3. Archived material from the old CAF Network used during the programme (again this can be found down the left side) The CAF Programme tested different approaches to sharing information across a variety of agencies to support the implementation of personalisation. There was an emphasis on maximising individuals’ control over their care and support arrangements (including over the information held about them by care and support agencies), and on the importance of the co-production of services and support: this presented many challenges to the established way of doing things. The three year CAF Programme started with a public consultation. Local Authority-led partnerships were asked to put forward an Expression of Interest to the Department of Health which resulted in nine partnership sites being selected in the first phase which started in March 2009. A further three sites were selected 12 months later. One site completed its work in March 2011, and the remaining 11 on 31 March 2012. A full independent evaluation report on the national CAF Programme will be available by autumn 2012. The sites were: Barnsley, Camden, Hampshire, Lincolnshire, Rochdale, Shropshire, Stockport, Warwickshire, Westminster as phase one sites and Cheshire East, Consortium (Hampshire, Portsmouth and Southampton) and Isle of White as phase two sites. The London sites were supported by NHS London. A summary of the phase one sites can be found at http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Publicationsandstatistics/Publications/PublicationsPolicyAndGuidance/DH_099703
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NHS Network IMPRESS IMProving and Integrating RESpiratory Services in the NHS
Collaboration between British Thoracic Society (BTS) and Primary Care Respiratory Society-UK
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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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NHS Network Pascal source code CYP London (previously Paediatric integrated care collaborative)
"Child Health: right person, right place, right time" A group of paediatricians, patients, nurses, commissioners, anyone really, who shares a vision of providing the best care for children and young people across boundaries. We meet monthly to share projects, ideas and experiences. Our principles/themes to underpin all our work and discussions are: 1. Patient involvement 2. Robust evaluation / measurement of impact 3. Innovation and innovative practice 4. Working across boundaries
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