Not since the National Health Service was formed in 1948, has there been such a pressing need for wide scale innovation.
Today the NHS faces a dual challenge: delivering on the need for cost efficiency and the desire for clinical excellence.
In Yorkshire and the Humber, clinicians have been driving this change, informing decisions and improving care. It is our hope that the learnings in the case studies and practical experiences clips below can be used to effect real and positive change throughout the NHS.
Clinicians from primary and community care settings reflect on how they have improved their services, improved patient safety and increased the quality of patient care by sharing information appropriately between themselves, using one of our strategic solutions. Includes the following videos -
- Palliative care case study
- Vulnerable people case study
- Out of hours case study
- Therapies case studies
- Shared care records in practice
Personalised care planning aims to put patients with long term conditions in control of their consultations. Clinicians discuss how patients become more active in their care, thus promoting self-care through increased knowledge and participation. Includes the following videos -
- Why care planning?
- Personalised care planning in practice.
- Why e-consultations?
- E-consultations in practice.
Getting remote expert medical opinion to those who need it both urgently and routinely is increasing the quality of care patients can receive and the speed with which they can receive the appropriate treatment. Includes the following videos -
- Why telemedicine?
- Telemedicine in practice.
Please click here to find other resources that also demonstrate improvements in service delivery and patient care through the use of technology. If you would like to add your work to this list then please contact the programme office on the below email address.
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THANKS TO ALL THOSE INVOLVED IN THE MAKING OF THESE FILMS