Nottingham University Hospitals Trust and East Midlands Academic Health Sciences Network: Enhancing Care by Sharing Data and Information Electronic Holistic Needs Assessments Impacts
The team implemented the electronic Holistic Needs Assessments (eHNA) and care planning to tumour sites. They also developed a toolkit, enabling clinicians to extract more detailed meaning from the data.
Analysis of the eHNA data helped uncover previously unexplored /misunderstood experiences of cancer management and survival. Over 1,500 assessments were completed by patients.
Judges felt that the winning team built on a national tool by sharing the information with a wide range of local partner organisations, as well as analysing the data captured and sharing the insight with the clinical team and its commissioners.
- Chelsea and Westminster Foundation Trust and Imperial College London, Big data for newborn health – HIGHLY COMMENDED
- Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation Trust, Electronic sharing of data at CUH
- Coordinate My Care and InterSystems UK, Coordinate My Care and InterSystems reducing unplanned admissions with digital urgent care planning
- Damibu, Common Approach to Children’s Health
- East London Health and Care Partnership, East London Patient Record
- Frimley ACS, West Berkshire ACS & South Central & West Commissioning Support Unit, Connected Care: Intelligent, Personal, Data Driven Care: The Berkshire Digital Ecosystem
- NHS Digital, General Practice Data Hub
- Orion Health and Camden Clinical Commissioning Group, Solving the problem of coordinated care with the Care Integrated Digital Record
- University Hospitals of North Midlands, Mechanical Thrombectomy in Stroke – Sharing data and Information for its national application and development
- Wessex Academic Health Science Network and NHS Business Services Authority, Creating the first England Polypharmacy Prescribing Comparators
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