16 June 2021
SIM was developed by Hampshire police and the Isle of Wight NHS back in 2013 as a pilot project. It aimed to bring together key partners, including health and police services, to provide more effective support to high intensity users of services.The AHSN was not involved in the creation or running of the project. In 2014, the CQC described the s... Read more >
15 June 2021
The AHSN Network has benefitted more than 489,000 patients and generated £462 million inward investment for UK economy between April 2020-end of March 2021 new report reveals.The AHSN Network, has released its Impact Report for 2020-2021.The report highlights outstanding impacts achieved by AHSNs over the last year and evidences how as a collect... Read more >
14 June 2021
The 2021 Pathway Transformation Fund is now open to support NHS organisations increase adoption of Tamoxifen for the prevention of breast cancer. Tamoxifen is an option for many women who are at high risk of developing breast cancer, for example if they have a significant family history of reproductive cancers. It is one of four Rapid Uptake Pro... Read more >
7 June 2021
A report capturing the AHSN experience during the coronavirus pandemic has been published as part of the AHSN’s Health and Care Reset campaign to inform leaders across the NHS as it enters the next phase of the pandemic response.The AHSN Network Health and Care Reset Campaign was launched to collate and spread learnings and insights from identif... Read more >
7 June 2021
Almost £2.8m has been made available to 51 projects in ICSs, CCGs and Trusts across England to help them integrate supported rapid uptake products into everyday practice.Three projects within the Wessex region have been successful plus two regional awards totalling £500k. The Accelerated Access Collaborative (AAC) Rapid Uptake Products (RUP) pro... Read more >
3 June 2021
Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has adopted a new technology which helps coronary heart disease to be diagnosed in just hours. The non-invasive diagnostic tool, called HeartFlow Analysis, turns a CT scan of the heart into a 3D image that helps clinicians identify if there is disease and whether treatment or surgery is required. It reduc... Read more >
A simple device has been a lifeline during the pandemic – and could change how we provide care for good.
AHSN NETWORK BLOG: What do you know about pulse oximeters? If you work in a hospital, this s...
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