Our network accelerates the adoption of new products, services and technologies so that they can reach NHS patients faster
We’re recruiting to Q.
Applications to join Q will be open in Kent, Surrey and Sussex from May 11 to June 12.
The Darzi Fellowship has come to KSS for the first time and our fellows are now in post.
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Two-and-a-half years on from the launch of the NHS Five Year Forward View, the delivery plan for the next two years has been published. We look into what are the next steps . . .
For this edition we've offered our blog space to Deborah Evans, Managing Director of West of England AHSN, to share the story of her mother's battle with dementia and their final moments before she passed away.
This week we look at our Respiratory project, sharing some of the learning from the last five years.
Find out about our KSS Leadership and Innovation award winners of 2017
Nine delegates from cutting edge Danish health organisations visited Kent, Surrey and Sussex recently to foster closer collaboration between the two health economies.
Preparations are nearly complete for us to welcome Danish colleagues to England on Monday 6 February
The link between the UK economy and spending on health and social care has again been in the spotlight in recent days. Last week Prime Minister Theresa May was quoted saying that "a strong NHS requires a strong economy"
The Darzi Fellowship is now in full swing; we are so pleased to support this programme and I encourage you all to consider whether you have projects worthy of the fellowship grant
I am also delighted to report that we are supporting HEEKSS with the first ever Darzi Fellowship in Kent, Surrey and Sussex for 2017.
I have been blown away by the positive comments and complimentary feedback KSS AHSN received in the 2016 Stakeholder Survey.
This week we saw the launch of the much anticipated Accelerated Access Review final report. AHSNs are mentioned throughout, but particularly in section 5 from p.49.
We're pleased to announce the merger of our Quality Improvement programme and Patient Safety Collaborative into a new structure, known as the Quality and Patient Safety Collaborative (QPSC).
KSS QPSC is leading the next phase of recruitment to the Q community - an initiative connecting people who have health and care improvement expertise - across Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
This report suggests that closer working between the NHS and the housing sector can help reduce hospital admissions and emergency department visits, speed up the discharge of older patients and maintain the independence of older people.
Two-and-a-half years on from the launch of the NHS Five Year Forward View, the delivery plan for the next two years has been published.
The awards evening will take place on Monday 3 April at the Holiday Inn, Gatwick. KSS AHSN are proudly sponsoring this year's awards and David Clayton-Smith, (KSS AHSN Chair) will be attending as guest speaker.