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Coordinate My Care is a clinical service built on a scalable, web-based IT platform, and has the potential to transform urgent care planning for end of life care patients across London. So what success has it achieved so far, and what lessons could be learnt to scale it up for national use? Julia Riley, Clinical Lead at Coordinate My Care in the Royal Marsden NHS Trust explains.
2017 Award for Digital Innovation “A co-designed digital solution supporting children and young people accessing mental health services and their clinicians.” Name: NELFT ‘MyMind’ project team Organisation: NELFT NHS Foundation Trust Problem articulation and health impact Mental health illnesses are a leading cause of health-related disabilities in children and young people (CYP) and can […]
2017 Award for Digital Leadership “Implementation of a clinical communication tool, aiding prompt recognition of deteriorating children and enabling Trust-wide visibility of all patients.” Name: Sarah Newcombe Role: Clinical Site Practitioner Organisation: Great Ormond Street Hospital A digital journey fuelled by passion Sarah’s key motivation for engaging with digital interventions is a personal […]
Award for Sustainability through Digital “Application of modem technology as standard care for patients receiving non-invasive ventilation (NIV) at home.” Name: Stephanie Mansell Role: Consultant Physiotherapist Organisation: Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust Problem articulation Patients receiving non-invasive ventilation (NIV) at home often struggle to attend outpatient appointments, due to reduced mobility and […]
The North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups is making incredible strides in implementing integrated care through the successful development and deployment of its WSIC Dashboards. So just what could this innovative digital platform mean for #tomorrowspatient? Health impact Integrated care is an on-going commitment for the Government and our National Health Service. […]
Puffin O’Hanlon and Michelle Eskinazi are involved in the ARIES study, which has developed smartphone app ‘My Journey 3’ to support recovery in psychosis. Here, they reveal more about this self-management tool and its potential impact for #tomorrowspatient
Digital programme Sleepio has been clinically proven to improve both sleep and mental health in the general population, in clinical settings, and in the workplace. How does this work, and what’s the potential impact on the UK’s healthcare system?
As part of our continuing Tomorrow’s Patient campaign, DigitalHealth.London profiles the medical research partnership between Moorfields Eye Hospital and Google DeepMind; potentially revolutionising the way professionals carry out eye tests and leading to earlier detection of common eye diseases.
DigitalHealth.London met with NHS intrapreneur Dr Nick Oliver to find out how he’s using digital technology to support people with type 1 diabetes to effectively self-manage their long term condition.