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Parallel Session 1.1 Technology Innovation in NHSScotland: The Big Debate
 

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  • Simply put we aim to use technology as an enabler to achieve our primary objective of better health in Scotland.Better Health through education, self care and structured chronic disease work will help create an NHS in Scotland that is sustainable in terms of cost and delivery

Parallel Session 1.1 Technology Innovation in NHSScotland: The Big Debate Parallel Session 1.1 Technology Innovation in NHSScotland: The Big Debate Presentation Transcript

  • Session 1.1 Technology Innovation in NHSScotland: The Big DebateExplore and Understand
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  • InformationBio- technologies technologies Communications technologies Device Technologies Pharmaceutical technologies ‘assistive’ Diagnostic Other technologies technologies Technologies !
  • A definition of ‘innovation’ 7
  • Spectrum of Innovation Sustaining Disruptive (Comfort Zone) (Risk Taking) Doing what we do Creating what today, better we will do tomorrow 8
  • Healthcare is a late, slow adopter of technology. Sir Derek Wanless 2004
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  • Omachonu,V.K & Einspruch, N.G 2010
  • Innovation, Productivity and Quality Richard Carey Chief Executive NHS Grampian
  • GPPharmacy Specialist HOSPITAL Patient Nurse
  • PREVENTION
  • Planned andUnscheduled Care
  • VARIANNCEAre there significant variations in hospital expenditure byGP practice? 1,200 1,000 800£ per weighted head 600 400 200 0 Practices Emergency Elective
  • Early headline findings NHS England Whole System Demonstrator The early indications show that if used correctly telehealth can deliver a 15%reduction in A&E visits, a 20% reduction in emergency admissions, a 14%reduction in elective admissions, a 14% reduction in bed days. More strikingly they also demonstrate a 45% reduction in mortality rates.
  • 12%reduction in outpatient attendencesNo delays
  • Clinical Guidance Intranet
  • 2years!
  • Technologychanges every 6 months?
  • X PRIZE
  • Emerging Technology and Adoption
  • PROCUREMENT•ROLE OF HEALTH INNOVATIONPARTNERSHIPS AND LIFE SCIENCES?•HOW DO SME’S FIT IN?•OVERCOMMING THE COST BARRIER-SHAREDRISK/BENEFIT•DIGITAL BY DEFAULT(90% interactions are faceto face)•HOW WILL HEAT SUPPORT DIFUSION?•ROLE OF NHS 24?•HOW DO WE ENABLE STAFF AND PATIENTSTO CHANGE?
  • HEALTH CARE MARKET•$3TRILLION WORLD WIDE MARKET•NHS£109B•BIGGEST DETERMINANT TO WEALTH ISHEALTH•MARKET SLOW TO ADOPT NEWPRODUCTS/PROCESSES
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