Insight and discussion on the key issues in NHS transformation and meeting changing population needs
Take part to determine how data and AI can be harnessed within the NHS and in preventative health settings.
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
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Take part in an innovative survey to determine how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be harnessed within the NHS and in preventative health settings!
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.
To read about everything from delivering better patient experiences to collaborating on serious incidents, and everything else in between, make sure to click on this bumper-packed edition of Collaborate
Issue 21 has more than 21 items of news and interest, including details of our latest Innovate magazine, PReCePT work, a NICE survey, Future Challenges, and details of the Transfer of Care Around Medicines project in East Sussex.
This issue includes details of the new AHSN Network MedTech Landscape Review, including our initial take on the report, and a piece on the 13 new NHS NIA Fellows, announced this week.
This issue brings news of the new Code of Conduct for data driven innovations alongside details of winners of SEHTA 2018 Healthcare Business Awards, genomics, NHS X and our very own 'Training in a Box' resource.
We start with a blog from Des Holden, our Medical Director, before moving on to news and views on everything from AF to AI and HIP. It’s definitely worth a read, and not just to find out what all those acronyms stand for!
SASH is outstanding, SEHTA is awarding, NHS App is rolling, Learning Disability Nurses are career developing and King's College London is surveying - read all the latest news from across the region and beyond in Issue 17 of Collaborate.
This edition brings a range of news including a round up of reactions to the NHS Long Term Plan, a great blog by Guy Boersma, our MD, on artificial intelligence, and details of a consultation on a new national patient safety strategy.
We're pleased to announce that two of our entries into the Patient Safety Congress poster competition have been chosen as category winners!
KSS AHSN was delighted to lead on the third multi-AHSN event for industry under the "Bridging the gap" banner on Tuesday 4 June. Find out more abou the BTG service and event.
Innovate UK has launched a number of competitions aimed at SMEs and larger collaborations in the region.
3D heart modelling to rapidly diagnose coronary disease and an advanced blood test that can cut the time it takes to rule-out a heart attack by 75% are among a raft of technological innovations being introduced for patients across the NHS
The AHSN Network has announced that its national Chair, Dr Séamus O’Neill, will be stepping down from post at the end of August 2019.