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  • Q group

    Room for improvement

    Sheriece Bracey, ICHP’s lead for the Q programme, on why signing up for Q could be for you. With the NHS serving over 50 million patients it’s important to make room to improve and  help each other do our jobs better. One simple way to do that is through the Q programme; an initiative connecting health and […]

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    Postgraduate innovation module 17/18

    We are pleased to confirm that we are once again partnering with Buckinghamshire New University to deliver our ‘Practical Course for Innovation Adoption in Healthcare Settings’. The course takes places from September 2017 and applications are open until Monday 28 August. Innovation is about introducing or adopting an idea, service or product, new to the […]

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    Apply now: Bursaries for Patient Safety MSc students

    Applications for bursaries closed on 5 September 2017 We’re delighted to announce that we will provide bursaries for up to three students on an MSc in Patient Safety or Quality and Safety in Healthcare course commencing in September 2017. As part of our work to increase the capability of North West London to commission and deliver […]

  • Katja Behrendt Grey

    Five lessons on accountable care

    Katja Behrendt, Innovation Delivery Manager, on five lessons from our recent Accountable Care Forum.  A few weeks ago we hosted the Accountable Care Forum 2017, welcoming the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) to London with the support of the Institute for Global Health Innovation, The Health Foundation, and the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy. Health leaders from across […]

  • AF Toolkit

    New Atrial Fibrillation toolkit helps prevent strokes and saves lives

    Wednesday 12 July 2017 Health professionals across London today have access to a brand new, online Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Toolkit, improving the detection and treatment for the estimated 68,000 people in the capital at risk of an AF-related stroke. The Atrial Fibrillation Toolkit has been designed by a team of experts, including Imperial College Health […]

  • Health Service Journal

    All Money is Not Created Equal

    The NHS needs more money, but not all money is created equally. The current context may offer opportunities for innovation in funding the health and care service. Writing for the HSJ, Dr Axel Heitmueller, Managing Director, and Ross Gribbin, Director of Strategy say: “The political narrative on public spending has shifted from a debate only about the amount […]

  • Heart Rhythm Week 2017

    Londoners advised to know their pulse during Heart Rhythm Week

    Monday 5 June 2017 Londoners are being invited to take a free, 30-second pulse check during Heart Rhythm Week. This simple check could prolong or even save their life. Heart rhythm disorders (arrhythmias) happen when a heart rhythm is too fast, too slow, or jumping around (irregular). In London, it is estimated that 68,000 people […]

  • DigitalHealth.London Ecosystem meeting

    DigitalHealth.London’s first Ecosystem Meeting

    Supercharge your virtual consultation agenda NHS England’s GP Forward View has highlighted the need for wider implementation of online consultation and triage technologies across General Practice and to support this has made £45million available to every single GP practice across England. We invite you to join DigitalHealth.London supported by Healthy London Partnership on the afternoon […]

  • AR 201617

    Annual Review shows increased impact and success of our work

    We are proud to present our annual review for 2016/17, showcasing our range of achievements from the last year. The interactive document presents how we work with partners, patients and industry to unleash the power of collaboration, experimentation and innovation in healthcare. Focusing on how we turn the potential of innovation into reality to help […]

  • Axel new INFORMAL

    A wise man never plays leapfrog with a unicorn

    Desperate times are the season for unicorns. Healthcare is no exception. “Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) may actually be the unicorns we’ve been waiting for, spreading their cost-saving magic throughout the health system.” If in addition the unicorns dance under a rainbow, times must be particularly bad. Michael McWilliams is indeed an inspiring speaker and has […]

  • Shirlene Oh

    Let the light in

    Author: Shirlene Oh, Director of Commerce, Innovation and Capability Development, Imperial College Health Partners ‘There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in’, sings Leonard Cohen. The light has gotten in to a number of trusts where teams are systematically supported to solve problems, resulting in innovative ways of working, adopting best practices and […]