New Care Models: Harnessing Technology

NHS Providers, September 2017

This report explores how digital tools can help to address rising demand, constrained funding and workforce challenges, and it demonstrates how technology has the potential to revolutionise the way health and care is delivered.

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Mersey Care advancing suicide prevention app

digitalhealth, June 2017

Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust is advancing in its plans to develop an app which anticipates and responds to suicide risk.  The mental health trust has been working with California’s Stanford University to  develop the application.  A prototype has been created and researchers are now preparing a feasibility study to explore the usability and performance of the digital platform.  Mersey Care chief executive Joe Rafferty told Digital Health News that the app will offer a more sophisticated way of identifying those who may be at risk of suicide.

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Towards affordable healthcare: why effective innovation is key

International Longevity Centre, June 2017

This report finds that whilst the UK is well placed to innovate to improve health outcomes and reduce costs, the UK is often not doing enough with the tools at its disposal. Given the challenging financial climate facing the NHS, this report showcases how health care innovations currently employed at home and abroad could increase productivity and reduce costs.

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From healthcare to homecare: the critical role of 5G in healthcare transformation

Ericsson, June 2017

This report reveals consumer insights into the impact of 5G on the future of health care and its transformation across preventative, routine, and post-operative care. It argues that the next generation of mobile networks will enable the move of care closer to home and greater patient access to data.

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