CALL FOR EVIDENCE – Digital Horizon: Building an Innovative Health System

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Public Policy Projects (PPP) is pleased to announce that we are working on the next phase in our Health Digitisation State of the Nation report entitled Digital Horizon: Building an Innovation Health System, which is set to be launched later this year.

Following the launch of the phase one report in February 2021, and the ongoing work of our phase two implementation matrix, we want to present a collective narrative for development of digital and innovative technologies in the healthcare sector.

The NHS Long Term Plan and the Government White Paper on healthcare reform are being realised through the creation of regional Integrated Care Systems (ICSs). This has been achieved with the final 13 areas, serving 14.9 million people, being formally designated ICSs from April 1 and hitting a major milestone in the NHS Long Term Plan. These pull together local health and care stakeholders to deliver integrated population health, based on more person-centred models of care and enabled by the greater use of data and digital technologies.

Delivering on this ambition will have significant implications for the digital agenda and the evolution of the wider health and care system as it transitions to more digitally enabled models of care in the coming decade.

Call-out for evidence:

We are seeking evidence and case studies that illustrate examples of building innovation into the healthcare system across three key areas:

1. Prioritising Digital – Exploring the implementation of digital solutions and services within UK healthcare through innovative technologies that provide value for practitioners, patients, organisations and can support wider networks.

2. The Long Term Vision – Exploring the work of organisations and innovators contributing to a strategic approach to digital adoption, one that places technology enabled care at its core.

3. Leadership – Exploring how organisations and stakeholders can contribute to building a different and diverse type of leadership is required to shape regional and national technology enabled, multi-stakeholder population health ecosystems

Please note that PPP is able to cover the costs of consulting and implementing public sector case studies into the report through commercial partnerships with private sector organisations that want to be a part of this important and timely programme of works.

All case studies will be used to inform the recommendations and outputs of the report, which will be published later this year.

Next steps for inclusion:

For those that are interested in submitting evidence please click below to download and complete the relevant evidence submission form:

Prioritising Digital evidence submission form

Long Term Vision evidence submission form

Leadership evidence submission form

For organisations operating in the private sector, please send completed forms to Public Policy Projects Partnerships Manager, Carl Hodgkinson at carl.hodgkinson@publicpolicyprojects.com.

For organisations operating in the public sector, please email completed forms to Public Policy Projects Senior Policy Analyst Henry Asson at henry.asson@publicpolicyprojects.com.

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