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Healthcare Transformation Awards - supported by NHS England, NHSCC and NAPC for 2017

Healthcare Transformation Awards

healthcare transformation awards

We are delighted to announce that the Healthcare Transformation Awards are supported by NHS England, NHSCC and NAPC for 2017. The awards will celebrate the success and hard work happening across local healthcare systems.

The relaxed and informal awards will be held on Wednesday 28th June , the evening of the first day of Health+Care, at The Crown Plaza London Docklands.

Invited guests will receive a link to RSVP when the finalists have been announced and informed or where to collect the tickets to the awards evening which must be picked up during Health+Care in the show hall - location will be confirmed.

The 2017 finalists announced

The 2017 Healthcare Transformation Awards

Primary Care Innovation finalist:
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  • Tackling Prescription Waste    
    Blackburn with Darwen CCG, BwD GP practices, Local Primary Care – GP federation
     
  • Practice-based multi-disciplinary team working: coordinating health and care services to support patients at risk of hospital admission  

 South Gloucestershire CCG and Sirona Care & Health

  • SDS MyHealthcare    

West Heath Medical Centre

  •  East Lancashire Over 75’s and Care Home Scheme   
    NHS East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group
     
  • RSV nurse-led clinic and Neonatal outreach nurse-led clinic    

Neonatal Outreach, Queens Hospital, Barking Havering and Redbridge Trust

  • Hammersmith & Fulham GP Federation – Caring for Care Homes

Hammersmith and Fulham GP Federation together with Health Education North West London

Fostering Commissioner & Provider Collaboration finalist:

  • South of England Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) Programme a.k.a Time4Recovery

16 mental health trusts and 50 CCGs spanning the South of England. An interactive map of the members is viewable here: https://time4recovery.com/south-region-programme/map-of-eip/    

  • East Sussex Better Together      

NHS Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford CCG (EHS CCG), NHS Hastings and Rother Clinical Commissioning Group (HR CCG); East Sussex County Council (ESCC), East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (ESHT) and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SPFT)

  • MSK+Together: An integrated MSK service for Mid-Nottinghamshire    

The MSK Delivery team consists of individuals from the Mid-Notts CCGs, Sherwood Forest Hospitals, Nottinghamshire Healthcare’s Local Partnerships Division and Nottingham University Hospitals.          

  • Mid and South Essex STP: Blueprints for Frailty and End of Life Care        

Three Acute Hospitals (now under one leadership team), five CCGs, two Mental Health Trusts (just merged into one), three Community Providers (one as social enterprise), three Social Care Authorities, seven district councils and over 180 GP practices.

  • Bromley CCG and provider partners: model for providing more integrated services       
    Bromley CCG and provider partners (Bromley Healthcare CIC Ltd (BHC), Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, Bromley GP Alliance (BGPA), St Christophers, Bromley Third Sector Enterprise (BTSE)). Who together with clinicians and patients, developed a model for providing more integrated services.
     
  • NHS Gloucestershire CCG: transformation of care using a place-based approach               

NHS Gloucestershire CCG (GCCG) is leading on the transformation project, which involves 81 GP practices in county and key active stakeholders including Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust (Mental Health), Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Gloucestershire County Council and the six district councils.

Innovation in Improving Outcomes and Reducing Variation finalists:

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  • Integrated Neighbourhood Teams (INT)              

East Lancashire CCG               

  • Shared decision making               

Berkshire West CCGs (Newbury and Districts CCG, Wokingham CCG, North and West Reading CCG and South Reading CCG) have commissioned a third sector charity to imbed Shared Decision Making (SDM) into every patients decision to proceed with hip and /knee replacement surgery.

  • Think Kidneys NHS Campaign to improve the care of people at risk of, or with, acute kidney injury

Renal Registry

  • Thanet CCG Acute Response Team

Thanet CCG and Thanet CIC working in partnership with the NAPC, Kent Community Health Foundation Trust, Local GPs, East Kent University Hospitals Foundation Trust, Thanet Age UK   

  • Connecting Care- Enhanced Health in Care Homes Vanguard

Wakefield CCG

  • Suffolk Stroke Review  

Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG Lead CCG, on behalf of also West Suffolk CCG

Redesign of Care in Mental Health finalists:

  • #Thrive    

- Heywood Middleton & Rochdale CCG (HMRCCG)
- Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust  (PCFT)
- Link4Life
- Youth in Mind

  • iRock   
    - NHS Hastings and Rother Clinical Commissioning Group

- Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
- East Sussex County Council
- Youth Employability
- The Princes Trust
- Education Futures Trust
- Brighton Housing
- Sussex Community Development Association

  • The Life Rooms    

- Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
- 35 partnerships with the statutory, voluntary and private sector including Liverpool Floating Support services, Healthy Homes and Citizens’ Advice Bureau

  • Post-diagnosis support for people with dementia, their carers and family  

- Hertfordshire County Council
- Herts Valleys CCG
- East and North Herts CCG
- Age UK Hertfordshire
- Carers in Hertfordshire
- Hertfordshire Independent Living
 - Herts Mind Network
- Alzheimer’s Society
- Dementia UK
- Several other local organisations

Improving Cancer Outcomes finalists:

  • Increasing Bowel Cancer Screening Programme participation through Fire & Rescue Service Safe & Well Visits.

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service; Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service; Public Health England; NHS England; Cancer Research UK

  • A patient-centred, clinically-led approach to transforming cancer care  in Pennine Lancashire.

NHS East Lancashire CCG, Blackburn with Darwen CCG, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust, Macmillan, Cancer Research UK, local authorities (County, Unitary and Borough), service users and GPs

  • Developing a Multi Diagnostic Centre pilot for patients with vague symptoms,

Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group

Utilising Digital Transformation to Manage Population Health finalist:

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  • MyHealthcare Patient App – South Doc Services & Substrakt Health

    NHS Birmingham South And Central CCG)

  • Transforming Diabetes Care at Scale in North West London    

NHS Central London CCG, NHS West London CCG, NHS Hammersmith and Fulham CCG, NHS Hounslow CCG, NHS Ealing CCG, CWHHE CCG Collaboration, Central London, West London, Hammersmith and Fulham, Hounslow and Ealing GPs, Public Health teams from the 5 boroughs, Diabetes user groups, Diabetes UK, London Diabetes Strategic Clinical Network

  • East London Patient Record (eLPR)

eLPR involves all 200 GP Practices in City    eLPR involves all 200 GP Practices in City & Hackney CCG, Newham CCG, Tower Hamlets CCG and Waltham Forest CCG, 15 Practices in West Essex CCG, all 5 sites of Barts Health, Homerton University Hospital, CHS Services in 3 of the CCGs (with the other CHS Services planned) and East London Foundation Trust (Mental Health) with NELFT and Social Services planned for 2017/18

  • Telephone and WiFi Collaborative

 NHS Birmingham CrossCity, Birmingham South Central, Solihull, Sandwell, South Warwickshire, Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin CCG’s, Arden and GEM CSU and Redcentric

Innovation in Diabetes Care finalists:

  • Lessons from Sandwell & West Birmingham Diabetes model (DICE) regarding future of Diabetes services – the way forward?

 Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust, Sandwell & West Birmingham CCG

  • Enhanced Diabetes Health in Care Homes
    Chiltern and Aylesbury Vale CCG
     
  • Diabetes Outreach Prevention Programmes International (DOPPS  International)  
     King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
     
  • Transforming Diabetes Care in North West London    

NHS Central London CCG, NHS West London CCG, NHS Hammersmith and Fulham CCG, NHS Hounslow CCG, NHS Ealing CCG, CWHHE CCG Collaboration, Central London, West London, Hammersmith and Fulham, Hounslow and Ealing GPs, Public Health teams from the 5 boroughs, Diabetes user groups, Diabetes UK, London Diabetes Strategic Clinical Network

Improving Patient & Community Engagement finalists:

  • FanActiv              

Fulham Football Club Foundation (FFCF), Healthy London Partnership (HLP),  NHS England and Kingston University, London

  • Patient champions         

NHS Leeds West CCG, NHS Leeds North CCG, NHS Leeds South and East CCG, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds and York Partnership Foundation Trust, eMBED    

  • NHSgo 

Healthy London Partnership

  • The new cancer Centre at Guy’s and St Thomas’ - The new Cancer Centre at Guy’s

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

  • Land Trust   

Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust in partnership with the Land Trust

  • Make it Make Kit Food LTD

Healthy London Partnership (HLP), Hackney Borough Council

The awards are by invitation only,  all finalists will be notified and given an RSVP link to attend the awards. If you have not or wish to attend the awards and are not a finalist please email alex.jones@closerstillmedia.com

Good Luck! 

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Attending the 2017 awards

The informal awards ceremony will be held on Wednesday 28th June, the evening of the first day of Health+Care, at The Crown Plaza London Docklands. A relaxed networking drinks reception will start at 18.00  so attendees to Health+Care can attend straight after the first day of Health+Care. Awards will start promptly at 19.15 and then we will return to the networking room for more refreshments.

Places to the awards evening are reserved for finalists strictly by RSVP after finalists have been announced, if you're not entering the awards but wish to attend please email Alex Jones alex.jones@closerstillmedia.com.

If you sign up please make every effort to attend or send a colleague in your place as you will be catered for.

Invited guests will receive a link to RSVP when the finalists have been announced and informed or where to collect the tickets to the awards evening which must be picked up during Health+Care in the show hall - location will be confirmed.

Please note award attendees may receive carefully selected relevant information from sponsors post event.

2016 Winners

  • Commissioning for outcomes and reducing variation WINNER: Oxfordshire CCG Category sponsored by Dr Foster*
  • Innovation in Service Redesign WINNER: Barnsley CCG Category sponsored by Strata*
  • Clinical Commissioning Leadership WINNER: Surrey Downs CCG
  • Innovation in Diabetes WINNER: Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG
  • Medicines Optimisation WINNER: NHS Kernow CCG and Cornwall & Isles of Scilly LPC Category sponsored by Hearst Health*
  • Successful Service integration WINNER: Stockport CCG
  • Transforming Commissioning of Primary Care WINNER: Blackburn with Darwen CCG Category sponsored by Primary Care People*


*Sponsors do not have any input to the finalist shortlist

 

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