We help health and care teams in south London benefit from innovation faster
Health Innovation Network is the Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) for south London, one of 15 AHSNs across England. We are the bodies uniquely established to connect NHS and academic organisations, local authorities, the third sector and industry, in order to increase the spread and adoption of innovation across large populations, at pace and scale.
Our year at a glance
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Our expertise and services
We are an NHS team that works flexibly across the health and care sector, industry, academia and in partnership with south London residents to speed up innovation and improve care. We advise, support and connect teams to successfully adopt innovation. Whether you are a member in south London or another organisation seeking innovation support, you can contact us at any time to discuss your innovation project and see how we can help.
How we work with health and care teams
As an Academic Health Science Network, our role is to advise, support and connect health and care
teams to adopt innovation successfully, in order to improve patient care, health outcomes, and efficiency.
How we work with industry
We are dedicated to ensuring that patients and citizens benefit from the latest in innovation. As an AHSN we are uniquely positioned to help innovators to navigate the complex health and care system so that this can happen, faster.
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Call out to the next generation of digital innovation to transform health and care. Digital products and services have provided vital innovation, support and capacity to the NHS during the Covid-19 pandemic and will continue to do so as the healthcare system moves forward into the subsequent recovery phase of the Covid-19 response. DigitalHealth.London has […]
An educational webinar for those working in primary care on lipid management. Specialist pharmacists from across SEL will discuss: 1. Use of high intensity statins in primary and secondary prevention of CVD 2. Statin intolerance, shared decision making and statin hesitancy 3. Lipid clinic referral criteria and alternative options for the reduction of cholesterol and […]
Featured on BBC London TV news and in the Revealing Reality-produced film above, King’s College Hospital (KCH) has adopted the HIN’s behavioural science workforce support campaign #OnlyHuman to help prevent staff burnout caused by the pressures of the Coronavirus pandemic. King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust employs over 11,000 staff. Hundreds of staff at King’s […]
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A national programme to tackle chronic joint pain and a local initiative supporting young people with Type 1 Diabetes have won at the prestigious Health Service Journal Value Awards. Chronic joint pain programme ESCAPE-pain and the Youth Empowerment Service (YES) that supports 14-19 year olds with Type 1 diabetes, have won prizes at the Health […]
We are delighted to support Rekha Govindan from Chegworth House, Sutton. She was nominated for the Patient’s Choice category of the RCNi Nurse Awards. Read about the story below. “With her focus on nutrition, I put on weight. I was so thin and frail before. The team helped me to get back on my feet […]
The AHSN Network Atrial Fibrillation (AF) programme and six regional AHSN partner AF projects have received AF Association Healthcare Pioneer awards for best practice in AF detection and treatment. The AF Association is a UK charity that focuses on raising awareness of AF by providing information and support materials for patients and medical professionals involved […]
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Advance and Urgent Care Plans – London Accelerator
In July 2020, The Health Innovation Network (HIN) was commissioned to deliver a programme to increase use and quality of shared electronic advance/urgent care plans using Co-ordinate my Care (CMC). The programme concentrated on clinical engagement. The HIN has supported eight accelerator projects, with at least one project in each ICS/STP area. These teams were […]
Maximising Digital Opportunities in Perinatal Mental Health and Wellbeing
Did you know that 20% of women experience mental health problems during the perinatal period? Partners can also experience mental health problems during this time. Utilising digital solutions can support women, partners and families when experiencing perinatal mental health challenges. The Health Innovation Network held Maximising Digital Opportunities in Perinatal Mental Health and Wellbeing webinar […]
Mental Health Safety Improvement Programme
Mental Health Safety Improvement Programme (MHSIP) a three year national AHSN programme is commissioned by NHS England and NHS Improvement as part of the Patient Safety Strategy. It aims to support mental health trusts test and scale interventions designed to improve safety in inpatient settings. 2. Reducing Suicide and Deliberate Self-Harm – Considering instances of […]
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Transforming Services During Covid-19 and Beyond
Conversations with experts in implementation and improvement science Conversations exploring how the fields of implementation and improvement science can be practically useful in transforming services in the Covid-19 recovery period (and beyond). These sessions were organised by the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) South London and the Health Innovation Network in collaboration with King’s Health Partners. You will […]
Revolutionising the payment for digital solutions for patients
Once the acute phase of Covid-19 has passed, the NHS will need flexible and innovative approaches to tackle demand and manage the pressures in the health and care services. Many people are looking to digital tools and apps to revolutionise the way health and care is delivered, including facilitating an increased emphasis of supported self-management […]