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Designed in partnership with acute trusts, NHS Digital, NHS England and Improvement and the Academic Health Science Network are delighted to invite you to a series of learning events on bed management and patient flow.  
 
We have gathered together speakers at the forefront of patient flow and designed interactive events that allow delegates to share their understanding of the challenges and solutions available.      
 
This two part series, with webinar and on-line support in-between, includes:
 
  • Practical examplesof how innovations around patient flow have improved quality and safety, as well as staff and patient experience. 
  • How organisations have utilisedtechnologyto transform data into meaningful solutions and action. 
  • Access to case studiesand toolsfrom across the NHS and other industries.
Delegates will additionally have the opportunity to take part in a bed management maturity assessment for your organisation, dashboard design to drive action, scenario testingand change management techniques - all of which aim to improve patient flow for your trust.  
 
Please consider who within your organisation would be best to attend (we recommend some combination of CIO, CCIO, COO, Nursing or Medical Directorand any key stakeholdersin your patient flow pathway). 
 
Places are limited, so we encourage you to register as soon as possible.    
 
How to sign up:
Click on the links below for more information:

Birmingham - 7th May 2019 and 11th June
London- 15th May 2019 and 13th June
London - 21st May 2019 and 26th June 2019
Manchester - 13th May 2019 and 18th June 2019
 
18 April, 2019 - 13:23
Following the recent success of Meridian LIVE 2019, we will be extending our Awards submission deadline, to offer new stakeholders the opportunity to apply.

Last year over 40 teams from healthcare, industry, academia and the not-for-profit sector vied to take one of the coveted WMAHSN healthcare innovator awards and following recent engagement, this year looks to be the most competitive yet.

The accolades will be presented at the WMAHSN annual awards evening  at the Park Regis on Thursday 18th July, and reflect our dual aim of improving health and creating wealth for the region.

This year the categories are:
·         MidTECH Award for Best NHS-Developed Innovation
·         Economic Development Award
·         Digital or Artificial Intelligence Innovation of the Year Award
·         Patient Safety Award
·         Advanced Diagnostics, Genomics and Precision Medicine Award
·         Adoption of Innovation Award
·         Meridian Award

Those shortlisted for the MidTECH Award will have a chance of receiving a share of a £10,000 prize fund which will be decided by our expert panel.

A panel of experts will assess the entries, with shortlisted applicants invited to attend the ceremony in July. As well as a trophy, winners will receive promotion of their win through print and digital channels, support from WMAHSN communications team to raise their profile, mentoring and support to adopt the innovation across the region and a winner’s logo for email signatures and websites. Please click here to access the application form or click here to read the full criteria. This year we are asking for a 30 second video as part of your application, please see the video guidance for more information. 

Eligibility:
To be eligible to enter you will have had some contact or support with the WMAHSN and/or the Meridian Innovation Health Exchange.

Deadline:
Simply complete the appropriate application form and return it to Tammy Holmes (tammy.holmes@wmahsn.org) by 5pm on Tuesday 30th April 2019 to apply
17 April, 2019 - 11:37

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