Ex-pharma Vice President appointed to key national health role
Professor Mike Hannay is to take up the position of Vice Chair of the national AHSN Network, a collaborative of England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs).
Mike’s new role will operate alongside his current position as Managing Director of the East Midlands AHSN, a post he took up in July 2016.
SBRI Healthcare supports novel technologies that aim to revolutionise primary care and GP services
Recognising the current pressures in primary care and need to advance the future of general practice, 22 companies share in a £2.1 million investment to develop and commercialise novel technologies with the potential to revolutionise GP services. This competition was led by South West AHSN, Eastern AHSN and West of England AHSN.
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‘Next Steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View’ reinforces role of Academic Health Science Networks to drive innovation
NHS England has today (31 March 2017) published ‘Next Steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View’ which sets out how the NHS will deliver practical improvements in areas prized by patients and the public – cancer, mental health and GP access – while transforming the way that care is delivered to ease pressure on hospitals by helping frail and older people live healthier, more independent lives.
Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) will play a key role in supporting delivery of the Five Year Forward View (FYFV) during 2018/19, which is also when AHSNs will start a new licence period.
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An innovative collaboration between health and industry experts receives national recognition
Regional patient and public involvement groups to receive bursaries
Pressures in Acute Sector are target for SBRI Healthcare funding
On 24th January 2017, SBRI Healthcare announced eight companies will receive funding to develop innovations that aim to improve operational efficiency in acute care through the management of patient flow. The successful technologies focus on activities that will enable more efficient progress through acute care, including diagnostics, therapy and discharge.