North Central London ICB in Partnership With Training Hub: Using Technology to Improve Outcomes for Care Home Residents and Staff

Over the past two years, starting with support from UCL Partners, North Central London CCG, as part of the Digital Care Homes programme in North Central London, worked in partnership with Whzan Digital Health. The aim of the largest project on the programme was to successfully embed Whzan remote monitoring technology into at least 50 per cent of the care homes in NCL, alongside supporting them with their wider digital capability. The project has been recognised as the most successful remote monitoring project in London, with significant system benefits already being seen because of the team’s hard work.

The judges were impressed with the clinicians’ learning and adaptability, using different approaches in implementation, including how they introduced changes based on user preference and need, and targeting training needs.

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