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16 January 2018
A new report from The King’s Fund, commissioned by six Academic Health and Science Networks, charts the journeys of eight innovations from creation to widespread patient use. The report, published today (16 January 2018) examines examples of successful innovations in the NHS and charts their journeys to draw out common themes and learnings. The examples in the report range from new communication technologies for patients with long-term conditions, to new care pathways in liver disease diagnosis, to new checklists for busy A&E departments.It highlights that thousands of patients are receiving innovative treatment for arthritis, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and chronic liver disease, following support from England’s health innovation bodies, the Academic Health Science Networks, to spread them across health and care services.Despite recent progress, “significant obstacles” often lie in innovators’ paths and the report makes a powerful case for greater discussion and debate on how innovation is spread.Themes highlighted in the report include:
King's Fund and AHSN report January 2018
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