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Alan Connor, eHealth Ireland

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eHealth Ireland & Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem
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Cross Border Collaboration Projects in Action Alan Connor, mPower Programme Manager, NHS24

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Alan Connor, eHealth Ireland

  1. 1. Cross Border Collaboration Projects in Action Alan Connor, mPower Programme Manager, NHS24 Join the conversation on Twitter! @eHealthIreland #ehealth4all @echalliance #nicheco eHealth Ireland & Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem members of the ECHAlliance International Ecosystem Network
  2. 2. Alan Connor Programme Manager mPower
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  4. 4. 6 9 60% deaths due to LTC 80% GP consultations relate to LTC, with 30% not medically required By age 65, 66% people will have 1 or more LTC RCGP: 900 GPs short by 2020 mPower
  5. 5. Poorer health and wellbeing Higher usage of health services In summary, the effects on patients' quality of life and the costs to society of poor self-care are considerable. PROBLEM What does this mean? Reduction in outcomes
  6. 6. DID YOU KNOW 70-80% People can self- manage if provided with the right information and supportKings Fund- 10 priorities for Commisoners (2015)
  7. 7. mPower Project Aim • Enable older people to live well, safely and independently in their own homes • Support Reduction in unnecessary presentation to primary care • Empower more people to self- manage their health and care in the community, through the use of Social Prescribing and eHealth interventions
  8. 8. Outcome MODEL E-Health Interventions 2,500 Wellbeing Action Plans 420 Shared Learning Opportunities
  9. 9. The Vision Connected, Personalised care in your home and local community mPower
  10. 10. THANK YOU For more information please contact alan.connor@nhs24.scot.nhs.uk

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