Our 'working with industry' issue, looking at Innovation Exchange and insights for MedTech innovators, as well as a review of our year, the work of KSS PSC and more.
Let us guide you through the healthcare maze. Free market insight briefings and innovation surgeries for 2019
Our network accelerates the adoption of new products, services and technologies so that they can reach NHS patients faster
Helping patients benefit from better products and services
Take part in an innovative survey to determine how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be harnessed within the NHS and in preventative health settings!
A busy issue! There’s a thought piece from our MD on how to build a collaborative relationship, a blog from the DLC on its impact, and details on a trio of KSS AHSN projects, plus our respiratory newsletter!
There’s a wealth of information between our opening blog from Des Holden, our Medical Director, on KSS AHSN’s approach to innovation, and closing article on the SEHTA 2020 International MedTech Expo & Conference
From supporting the international spread and adoption of health-tech to new appointments in Surrey, a round up of World Patient Safety Day activities and a blog on social enterprise in the NHS, we've got it all covered in this edition
Published on the last day of NHS Expo 2019, this issue is packed full with the latest news from Manchester, plus details of a new £1.6m funding win much closer to home.
This issue came out on the hottest day of 2019, so far. Now things have cooled down a bit, take the time to catch up on a great range of articles covering everything from Outstanding CQC ratings in Kent to a blog on Industry trends.
We're thrilled to be able to bring you the news that £9m of government funding has been approved for the new Kent, Surrey and Sussex Applied Research Collaboration. There's plenty of others new too - check it out!
The latest edition of our newsletter brings a range of news from across the region, including: details on our conference activities and Tech Navigation service; a blog or two; short films on our work with industry, and loads more!
Last call for the last few seats at the KSS Partnership Day 2019, read about our teams' success at the Patient Safety Congress, find out about the AHSN Network’s presence at Confed 19 and check out some funding opportunities.
We’re stuffed full with news on awards, pilot sites, events, surveys, guides, toolkits, industry insights and publications. In short, everything you’ve ever wanted, or needed, to know about. Possibly.
If you missed the ad at the top of this page about our Partnership Day (July 5, Gatwick), you can read all about it in Collaborate. You’ll also be able to find articles on a range of topics, watch a video, and complete a survey.
Awards successes, two articles detailing our work/impact in Parliament, the Oxygen Wristband Project, Ted Talks, tech surveys, and news from outer space, literally, all appear in this edition of our Collaborate newsletter.
We bring you a round-up of a fab four day event that helped healthcare innovators test out their business ideas, and the news that University of Surrey is part of a new £20m Research and Technology Centre.
Latest headline figures for our 'Detect. Review. Protect' project show that 38 Atrial Fibrillation related strokes have been saved between April 2018 and August 2019.
More than 70 pharmacy colleagues attended the initial launch of the Transfer of Care Around Medicines (TCAM) pathway across Surrey on Tuesday, 8 October.
KSS AHSN has launched a national dashboard to support improvement in the care of hospitalised chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients, reducing variation and ultimately improving patient safety and care on discharge.
We're at the Healthcare Excellence Through Technology show today (October 1), and it's been great to see so much interest in all of the innovators that are part of the AHSN Network's Innovation Exchange.
Des Holden, KSS AHSN’s Medical Director, outlines the importance of innovative co-design in meeting future challenges in the health and care system.