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Respiratory (Pulmonary) rehabilitation and Self-Management programmes - reducing escalations, emergency acute admissions and unnecessary outpatient appointments

What is the brief summary of the solution(s)?

  • App / IT programme to support patients completing the course
  • Support with health choices etc virtually. Newsletter via app
  • Breath monitor
  • Target early diagnosis
List of innovative products and/or services that could be involved in the solution
  • Acute technology – self monitoring in the home, particularly for non-smart phone users, message to cares etc (text/email) and data to professionals
  • Aspetika – tech and training to support self-monitoring, inhalers/peek flow with Bluetooth. Activ8rlives
  • Sanandco – monitor to allow to detection of infection etc ahead of severe health episode
  • Breath monitor – 3M. Patient consumer wearable (and air quality monitoring)
Which clinical area(s) and pathway(s) does the solution involve?
  • Respiratory
  • Self-Management
  • Diagnosis
Name and organisation of interested parties
  • Leicester Partnership Trust - Sarah Grandy
  • University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust - Nikki Gardiner
  • AstraZeneca - Christine Taylor
  • 3M -  Dave Hodson
  • Nottingham University Hospital - Charlotte Bolton
  • University Leicester Hospitals NHS Trust - Jane Scullion
  • Videodoc - Damian Kissane
  • Fortrus - Steve Cooper
  • Spirit Healthcare - Chris Barker
  • Aseptika Limited - Kevin Auton
  • Derbyshire Community Health Service Foundation Trust - Yan Kang
  • Tickerfit - Avril Copeland
  • Circassia -  Paul Walshaw
  • Lincolnshire Community Health Service -  Kim Barr and Angela Sharp
  • Telefonica - Stuart Taylor
  • Vision 360 - Eddie Abrams
  • CARE IS ltd -  Ian Rubin
  • Acute Technology Limited -  Charles Palmer
  • GSK - Duncan Short
  • Self Help UK - Sarah Collis
How do I get involved and what is the timeline?