The NHS Insights Prioritisation Programme (NIPP) has been commissioned by the Accelerated Access Collaborative and NIHR to accelerate the evaluation and implementation of innovation that supports post-pandemic ways of working, to support service resilience and deliver benefits to patients. The programme will evaluate the impact of rapid innovating change seen during the pandemic and generate insights for local integrated care systems. The NIPP will run from November 2021 to March 2023.
Its main objectives are:
• To facilitate ARC/AHSN contribution to NHS Reset and Recovery by generating rapid insights in relation to promising innovations
• To identify interventions that will contribute to ICS and regional needs, aligned to the four Beneficial Changes Network themes; namely: remote consultation; remote monitoring; new approaches to service delivery; and Health and Social Care workforce
• To build local capacity and expertise for evaluation and implementation.
Each project must explore the impact the innovation will have on health inequalities and is expected to involve co-production with service users.
Wessex AHSN is working with ARC Wessex to evaluate remote digital monitoring of people with frailty. Wessex AHSN Insight and Healthy Ageing teams, along with the ARC Wessex Implementation team, are undertaking a literature review, data mapping exercise, evaluation, toolkit development and engagement with stakeholders. Our NIPP projects will work across Dorset ICS and Hampshire & Isle of Wight ICS to understand the benefits of local changes in remote care, and to inform NHS service provision in line with local priorities.
If you'd like to find out more, please contact David Kryl, Director of Insight firstname.lastname@example.org