GM AHSN BUSINESS PLAN

Moving forward we want to continue to focus on the needs of the patients and staff alike within the NHS and continue to deliver successes through our invaluable partnerships. Start and end dates Ongoing. The aim is to by way of this POC build upon the current programme more efficient, more effective and more accessible by utilising IT. GM AHSN is targeting the practices with the biggest opportunity to improve, which means avoiding more strokes than if interventions were more adhoc. By working with Hitachi, which has world class technology and a track record of innovation, we can accelerate and expand our work for the benefit of our patients and population. The first is around developing a federated data platform to facilitate the collaboration of medical information in order to enable the provision of any number of new services that leverage the highest levels of privacy and security.

Furthermore, by providing comprehensive solutions to healthcare problems within Greater Manchester, Hitachi will be looking to leverage this partnership into developing a new informatics ecosystem by expanding similar services to other regions around Greater Manchester and eventually to the rest of England. This is against a backdrop of increasing demand, increasing costs of provision, finite resources and a system of providing healthcare that is reactive to healthcare problems when they emerge rather than pre-empting them. In our work with Hitachi to-date we have seen a great willingness to collaborate and gain extensive understanding of the health ecosystem as well as a significant commitment already demonstrated to Greater Manchester. It’s about consolidating the strengths of the Hitachi Group and directly contributing to the advancement and improvement of healthcare and people’s quality of life in both England and Japan. It also makes it much easier to spot areas within the pathway that are not optimal and therefore would benefit from additional resources.

It’s about consolidating the strengths of the Hitachi Group and directly contributing to the advancement and improvement of healthcare and people’s quality of life in both England and Japan. Generally, this is combined with disparate healthcare records, lots and lots of data with limited integration and imperfect information and patients who are disempowered from the healthcare processes.

Atrial Fibrillation Data Landscape Tool aims to reduce AF related strokes by 365 a year

Moving forward we want to continue to focus on the needs of the patients and staff alike within the NHS and continue to deliver successes ahssn our invaluable partnerships.

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Isabelle Masters, Communications T: David Dalton, Chief Executive, Salford Royal Foundation Trust, remarked “In Greater Manchester we have the potential and the commitment to address our healthcare challenges most notably because we have a cohesive bisiness system and, in North West e-Health a collaboration between Salford Royal, Salford Clinical Commissioning Group and Manchester University, all part of the larger Manchester Academic Health Science Centrewe have in place a proof of concept integrated record that now has ahan potential to extend further.

Addressing the care and quality gap Addressing the funding and efficiency gap Addressing the health and wellbeing gap Greater Manchester Cardiovascular including stroke Digital health including road maps and enabled care services Medicines optimisation including atrial fibrillation.

The benefits are improved clinical decision making, planning information and research tools. Significantly, we believe we have a highly transferable tool that tracks the adoption of CG which we will copy on other programmes.

Information contained in this news release is current as of the date of the press announcement, but may be subject to change without prior notice. It is a unique tool bringing together all publicly available data about AF prevalence, stroke incidence and anti-coagulant treatment, from the datasets for every CCG in England, in an easy-to-use dashboard format.

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GM AHSN is targeting the practices with the biggest opportunity to improve, which means avoiding busuness strokes than if interventions were more adhoc. Strokes related to AF are often more severe and cost more than non-AF strokes, with higher morbidity and mortality.

This is against a backdrop of increasing demand, increasing costs of provision, finite resources and a system of providing healthcare that is reactive to healthcare problems when they emerge rather than pre-empting them. This provides CCGs with rich insights into their own local AF patient pathway to help pinpoint areas to direct resources; guiding them in using best practice commissioning tools and ahn business cases for practice-based initiatives to improve AF detection rates and medicines management.

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Copyright and Liability Notice, etc. Each CCG has timely and accurate access to their own data through a pull down menu, and can easily compare their busibess information with national, regional and RightCare matched averages.

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Plann aim is to by way of this POC build upon the current programme more efficient, more effective and more accessible by utilising IT. In our work with Hitachi to-date we have seen a great willingness to collaborate and gain extensive understanding of the health ecosystem as well as a significant commitment already demonstrated to Greater Manchester.

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Going forward, as part of this project, the NHS GM and Hitachi will be working together in developing an informatics platform that enables security and analytics technologies to deliver several new high quality healthcare services, including lifestyle improving programmes targeted towards tackling Diabetes, further enhancing the quality of life and population health in Manchester. Age is a strong predictor of AF, with prevalence increasing from 0. The first is around developing a federated data platform to facilitate busindss collaboration of medical information in order to enable the provision busoness any number of new services that leverage the highest levels of privacy and security.

Start and end dates Ongoing.

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Through these POC projects we want to further explore the impact that innovative technologies and services can have on the improvement of quality in healthcare and eventually expand the model to other regions within England and even bring what we learn and develop back ppan Japan. Which national clinical or policy priorities does this example address? For more information on Hitachi, please visit the company’s website at http: It also makes it much easier to spot areas within the pathway that are not optimal and therefore would benefit from additional resources.

Furthermore, by providing comprehensive solutions to healthcare problems within Greater Manchester, Hitachi will be looking to leverage this partnership into developing a new informatics xhsn by expanding similar services to other regions around Greater Manchester and eventually to the rest of England. By working with Hitachi, which has world class technology and a track record of innovation, we can accelerate and expand our work for the benefit of our patients and population.

The second is around diabetes care in the form of a lifestyle improvement programme enhancing a programme that is already being tested in the Manchester borough of Salford.

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Our complementary skills and knowledge augur well for future partnership. Representatives from the parties involved had the following to say: