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Following the launch of ‘Health and Wealth in Scotland: A Statement of Intent for Innovation in Health’ at the event last year, there has been much enthusiasm around innovation being the way to ...

Following the launch of ‘Health and Wealth in Scotland: A Statement of Intent for Innovation in Health’ at the event last year, there has been much enthusiasm around innovation being the way to find new and better ways of delivering high-quality sustainable healthcare. In this highly interactive session, delegates seen first-hand some of the exciting innovative systems already in practice, learn about the steps to successful innovation and take away practical guidance and tools on how to make innovation happen and stick.

See more on the 2013 NHSScotland Event website http://www.nhsscotlandevent.com/resources/resources2013/resources

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Parallel Session: Innovating for Health: Game-Changing Solutions Parallel Session: Innovating for Health: Game-Changing Solutions Presentation Transcript

  • Innovating for Health: Game-changing Solutions 11 -12 June 2013
  • Session 11 June: Timeline No Title of Part Session Content Lead(s) Time 1 Welcome and Introduction Welcome, introduce session leads and short bit on purpose of session, i.e.co-creating Innovation Checklist for Innovation Partnership Board (IPB) Richard Carey 14:15 (5 mins) 2 Changing the Game A film giving examples of successful innovative ‘game changing’ innovations, including leaders saying what helped make innovation happen. George Crooks 14:20 (15 mins) 3 So What Does it Take To Change The Game? (1) A blank of the Checklist is put on the screen. George Crooks suggests one or two things that he has taken from the film as examples of what needs to be done. These are typed in the blank Checklist. George Crooks 14:35 (10 mins) 4 So What Does it Take To Change The Game? (2) The audience is broken into 8-10 teams with a selection of possible actions for the Checklist that they can accept, amend or replace with something else. Each group has to come up with one or two ‘asks’ for the Checklist. Richard Carey/ George Crook/Peter Williamson circulate 14:45 (25 mins) 5 Creating A Positive Climate 3 minute orientation presentation on creating a climate for innovation. After that, the audience via the different groups gives its views on what should be the top actions for the IPB; Richard Carey (as Chair of IPB) listens to what actions people want promoted by IPB, and then closes whole session Peter Williamson presentation/ Richard Carey leads discussion supported by George, Peter and Cathie Cowan 15:10 (10 mins) 6 Summary Final session is brought to a close, delegates thanked for participating and next steps set out. Cathie Cowan 15:20 (5 mins) 7 Voting And Close Each team has been asked to put up its ‘proposed action’ on the wall. Each session delegate will use five coloured dots to vote for the best proposals as part of process to end up with no more than five. Peter Williamson 15:25 8 Session Finished 15:30 Innovating for Health: Game-changing Solutions
  • Session Timeline 12 June No Session Title Session Content Lead(s) Time 1 Welcome and Introduction Welcome, introduce session leads and short bit on purpose of session, i.e.co-creating Innovation Checklist for Innovation Partnership Board (IPB) Richard Carey 11:15 (5 mins) 2 Changing the Game A film giving examples of successful innovative ‘game changing’ innovations, including leaders saying what helped make innovation happen. George Crooks 11:20 (15 mins) 3 So What Does it Take To Change The Game? (1) The Checklist is put on the screen from the previous day. George Crooks suggests one or two things that he has taken from the film as examples of what actions are most important. George Crooks 11:35 (10 mins) 4 So What Does it Take To Change The Game? (2) The audience is broken into 8-10 teams. Each team is given one of the top actions proposed from the voting. The task for each team is to review and refine one of the proposals to make it as clear as possible to the IPB about what action(s) is (are) needed. Richard Carey/ George Crook/Peter Williamson circulate 11:45 (25 mins) 5 What Is A Positive Climate For Innovation? 3 minute orientation presentation on creating a climate for innovation. After that, the audience via the different groups gives its views on what should be the top actions for the IPB; Richard Carey (as Chair of IPB) listens to what actions people want from promoted by IPB, and then closes whole session Peter Williamson presentation/ Richard Carey leads discussion supported by Georg, Peter and Cathie Cowan 12:10 (10 mins) 6 Summary Final session is brought to a close, delegates thanked for participating and next steps set out. (1 min) Cathie Cowan 12:20 (5 mins) 7 Voting And Close Each team has been asked to put up its ‘proposed action’ on the wall. Each session delegate will use five coloured dots to vote for the best proposals as part of process to end up with no more than five. Peter Williamson 12:25 8 Session Finished 12:30 Innovating for Health: Game-changing Solutions View slide
  • Innovating for Health: Game-changing Solutions Your facilitators today : Richard Carey, Chief Executive, NHS Grampian and Chair Innovation Partnership Board George Crooks, Director of Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare, Medical Director for NHS 24 and for SAS, and Innovation Partnership Board member Cathie Cowan, Chief Executive, NHS Orkney and Chair Innovation Partnership Board Peter Williamson, Lead for Innovation and Health Scottish Government Health and Social are Directorates View slide
  • The Innovation Partnership Board The Role The Innovation Partnership Board (IPB) is to provide leadership, direction and coordination to promote innovation that both improves the quality of health services and generates business opportunities in Scotland which will advance Scotland as a world leading centre for innovation and health. It will do this by creating and developing an effective system for partnership working among the NHS and its partners.
  • The Innovation Partnership Board Membership • Two NHS Board Chief Executives • A leader from NHS24 (Digital Communications) • four Industry Leads (Medical Technologies, Medicines, Digital Health, Scottish SMEs) • two Leads from the Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorates • A nominee from the Chief Executive of Scottish Enterprise • The Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorates Chief Scientist • A Person With Expertise in Regenerative Medicine
  • Action Checklist 1. Ensure clinicians of all disciplines have the time and support necessary to foster innovative ideas in a creative environment 2. Sharing and connecting ( ideas, people, projects) 3. SPACE to innovate to include MDT, time to think, away days backed by senior management, external facilitation 4. Create an environment where we can share best practice , it needs to be accessible for all. Key features are - incentivised environment, rapid sharing, recognition of your input, communication 5. Protected time in contacts 6. Have innovation champions 7. Have an innovation app 8. Develop a culture that tolerates ‘failures’ 9. Have an innovation community – HUB where there various sources interact . The process should be based on an individual or a number of individuals who come up with an innovative solution – the solution is tested – the solution is put into policy