​​​​​​​​​​​​KSS AHSN Expo and Awards 20​​16​

Tuesday 19 January 2016
The Lancaster London
 
The Five Year Forward View underlines how technology is key to addressing the main challenge facing the NHS: how to continue to improve quality and outcomes whilst facing significant increase in demand.  There is a £22billion challenge which roughly translates as caring for six patients for the cost of five.

Our focus at Expo and Awards 2016 was on three key themes which support the Five Year Forward View and where we think there is potential for real impact:                                                                           
Digital innovation
Medicines optimisation
Out of hospital services for older people. 
 
Please click here to read our press release.
 
To access Expo and Award 2016 resources, including the presentations delivered by our guest and keynote speakers, click here​

Congratulations to all the award winners


Enhancing innovation through collaboration

East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust and Careflow Connect Ltd for their project: Real-time Communication, alerting and referrals across multi-disciplinary teams.

 

Enhancing Quality and Recovery team of the year

Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust for their Enhancing Recovery Programme.

 

End of life care

NHS North West Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group for their project: Coordinated, Safe, Integrated.

 

Improving out of hospital services for older people

Sussex Community NHS Trust for their project Coastal Proactive Care.

 

Outstanding care home (award sponsored by Age UK)

The New Grange Care Home in Worthing.

 

Patient safety

Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust for their project: 10 Minute Meeting: "A New Innovation" Quality Improvement Initiative for Cardiac Arrests and Medical Emergencies.

and

Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust with their project: A proactive approach to learning from serious incidents.

 

Patient, carer and public engagement (sponsored by South East Strategic Clinical Networks)

Sussex Community NHS Trust for their project: Eating and Drinking Ability Classification System for people with cerebral palsy.


Poster competition
NHS Guildford and Waverley Clinical Commissioning Group for their Medication Review Pharmacist Care Home, led by Lucy Alexakis. 


You can find information about the SEHTA regional business awards here

The event guide is available here Expo and Awards programme.pdf


The Expo and Awards 2016 are a collaboration between:
Kent Surrey Sussex Leadership Collaborative
South East Coast Strategic Clinical Networks
South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA), and
Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network.