NHS England’s London Digital First team are currently driving the digitisation of primary care through several workstreams, with one key focus area being the potential of automation to yield service
The Pathway Transformation Fund (PTF) helps NHS organisations integrate eligible Rapid Uptake Products into everyday practices. On this page you can find resources to support you with FeNO asthma diag
Diabetes is two to three times more common among those with serious mental illness than in the general population, which is why improving diabetes care across Mental Health Trusts is a priority.
The RIX Multi Me Toolkit ‘Stay Connected’ project was funded through the Techforce19 (TF19) competition organised by NHSx with the AHSN Network and supported by the Government Digital Service, the
Project overview getUBetter provides digital self-management for individuals with musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. During 2019, the HIN led work to map the getUBetter app against the NICE evidence
Part One: Introduction In August 2020, NHSx (in partnership with NHS England and NHS Improvement and the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government) asked the Health Innovation Network (H
Introduction COVID-19 turbo-charged the use of remote consultations in mental health, with many services having to switch to video or telephone appointments almost overnight. But what has this mean
The Health Innovation Network hosted a roundtable event in July 2021 on “Cutting the Covid-19 Backlog through Digital Innovations”, where senior leaders in the NHS from across London were invited to discuss the digital opportunities to tackle this immense challenge.
Below are case studies that describe the implementation processes that supported the introduction of new models of care in the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Use the links to access and downlo
Pain is common in the general population, affecting between one-third and one-half of UK adults. The connection between pain and psychological wellbeing is reciprocal – with increased awareness
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
Read our report on the urgent need for new payment models to realise the significant potential of digital toolsOnce the acute phase of Covid-19 has passed, the NHS will need flexible and innovative ap
The results Across the three trusts, a total of 2,253 referrals have been made using the TCAM pathway since the introduction of the first pathway in September 2018. 64.8% of these referred patie
Older adult psychiatric in-patient activities were significantly impacted by Covid-19 due to patient isolation and staff capacity. Following the first ‘wave’, The Health Innovation Network (HIN),
Covid-19 led to a rapid shift in how mental health services were delivered. Our Remote Consultations in Mental Health – Learning from Evaluation project seeks to understand what these changes ha
Creating a safe and efficient model for people experiencing a mental health crisis during the Covid-19 surge/winter pressures period. In response to a request from NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHS
Prof Mike Hurley Clinical Director, Musculoskeletal and Andrea Carter Programme Director, Musculoskeletal and Healthy Ageing reflect on the south London Musculoskeletal (MSK) Digital Solutions Learnin
This report evaluates a project by the HIN to offer diabetes education working with two major London employers. Working closely with the London Ambulance Service (LAS) and Transport for London (TfL), employees were offered clinically proven Structured Education to tackle Type 2 diabetes.