Transforming Long Term Conditions through innovation workshops

From 24.01.2017 09:00 until 24.01.2017 16:00
Categories: EMAHSN events
Register now here and a copy of the programme is available pdfhere. Over 100 attendees from the NHS and Social Care are already attending - book your place today!

Successful delivery of the five East Midlands Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) are of vital importance to improving patient care and delivering essential efficiency savings. Proven innovations produced by industry in collaboration with NHS and 3rd sector organisations will be at the heart of NHS transformation across the region.

The East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN) is working with the region’s STPs, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and provider organisations to deliver a programme of proven innovations that support the transformation of healthcare.

The programme will focus on patients with the following Long Term Conditions:
  • Diabetes
  • Respiratory diseases
  • Cardiovascular diseases
We are also looking for innovative ways to reduce falls amongst our older people living with frailty.

Specific objectives for the programme for this group of patients include:
  • Reduction or elimination of wasteful and unnecessary acute hospital based outpatient appointments
  • Increasing efficiency of care for these Long Term Conditions in primary care (particularly related to GP activity
  • Reduction in instances of escalation and emergency acute hospital admissions
The workshops will provide an informal platform for attendees from the NHS, social care and industry to review current clinical pathways, transformation plans and innovations, and work together to identify sustainable solutions.

The event is taking place at the King Power Stadium, Filbert Way Leicester, LE2 7FL. If you are interested in attending you can register now here, or if you want to know more email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

View the STPs for the East Midlands here: