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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
The On Call Room is a social network for medical professional providing a platform to connect the best  medical/healthcare minds from around the world so they can share, learn and collaborate; progressing medicine.
Overview of Innovation:
The On Call Room is the free social network for healthcare professionals. Readily available on Google Play and the App Store, The On Call Room has registered users from 11 different countries around the world. With users using the platform to educate, inform and collaborate with one another, The On Call Room is a growing global community of healthcare professionals. From doctors - nurses, medical students - “Pre-reg” pharmacists, anaesthesiologists - geriatricians The On Call Room is a place to bring all these specialists together.
Being ISO27001 and HIPAA compliant, The On Call Room provides a safe, secure environment outside of commercial networks such as Facebook and Linkedin in which medical professionals can collaborate. Designed by medical professionals for medical professionals, The On Call Room has tools in place to facilitate the privacy and confidentiality of both medical professionals and patients, without stifling the progression of research or medical education.
The On Call Room is here to facilitate the already growing use of digital tool in healthcare, providing a reduced risk environment where healthcare professionals can share medical learning and innovations with other professionals not just in the user’s locality but also the world.
Stage of Development:
Market ready and adopted - Fully proven, commercially deployable, market ready and already adopted in some areas (in a different region or sector)
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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
An expert-lead education platform for medical and dental professionals, providing crowd-sourced digital verifiable CPD and revalidation capabilities to improve patient care and administration for healthcare professionals and hospital trusts.
Overview of Innovation:
Medical professionals face a burden on managing their continuing education. To date, the methods of gaining CPD are largely book-based, rudimentary, expensive, fragmented and inconvenient. According to our market research, over 80% of dentists and medics surveyed wished to have a cheaper and simpler way to gain their CPD. Further to this, hospital trusts face great difficulties with CPD administration including revalidation, which is currently a largely manual based task in NHS trusts.
 
With over 95% of doctors and nurses owning a smartphone, there is an overwhelming need for a disruptive force to digitalise and advance this vastly under developed sector of professional education within one technological umbrella.
 
To solve these problems, we have been working with a large team consisting of 40 expert content writers, 5 experienced developers and several leading figures in NHS innovations to facilitate implementation within the wider healthcare environment.
 
With this great team, we have created the world's first innovative, simple and high-quality CPD education mobile app for medical professionals that crowdsources the way that expert-level content can be consumed and centralises all paperwork for the individual and HR trust.
 
An individual can gain all their CPD needs, directly accessing the expert knowledge pool of fellow medical professionals via our app, whilst enjoying the cheapest and easiest solution to do so from our market research*. An individual can save up to £130 each year on their required CPD hours from the MedicaliQ service, and hospital trusts will save an average of £10,000 annually. By creating an open platform for experts to contribute content, this will create a paradigm shift in the way that knowledge is gained and shared.

Further to this, we have created a breakthrough and simplified administration system for healthcare trusts to intelligently manage workforce-related issues such as revalidation and mandatory training, which is currently being piloted with the Manchester Hospital Trusts. 
Stage of Development:
Close to market - Prototype near completion and final form may require additional validation/evaluation and all CE marking and regulatory requirements are in place
WMAHSN priorities and themes addressed: 
Education, training and future workforce / Digital health / Innovation and adoption
Benefit to NHS:
Directly supports NHS workforce development

By crowdsourcing expert knowledge via CPD we aim to reduce the current CPD spend in terms of both administration time and in providing externally accredited courses (HR spend per staff on providing externally-accredited courses are estimated at £800/staff per module. This can greatly be reduced with our centralized pool of experts.  
 
Opportunity to deliver mandatory staff training through the education platform, encouraging greater autonomy in learning styles – can carry out training and revision both online and offline. All articles have an audio assist option with a variety of accessibility options to appeal to the wider learning taskforce.
 
We are piloting a breakthrough service with the University of Central Lancashire whereby the CPD courses offered within the app will also be academically certified as a qualification (PGCert, PGDip or Masters level), the first service of its kind in the UK.
 
The MedicaliQ platform can tie in with existing third-party educational resources and CPD providers to partner and add value to their educational offerings, allowing individuals to test and certify their knowledge in a unique collaborative environment.
 
Regular board meetings with advisory panel with divisional leads to direct key educational strategies

Content produced by senior practising clinicians and healthcare professionals within the NHS and private sector, ensuring a bank of expert-level knowledge disseminated for other clinicians
 
Management of workforce issues via our Revalidation program will help support individuals and trusts to streamline their administration requirements with the provision of approved and certified educational materials.

This dynamic educational resource will be available 24/7 and offline, and thus facilitates training in a cost-effective and immediate manner ensuring up-to-date knowledge for a better-informed workforce to improve patient outcomes and care. 
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Benefit to WM population:
MedicaliQ will have a NHS-wide and global reach.

An improvement in skills and knowledge of clinicians to offer enhanced patient care to citizens of the West Midlands region.

Unique opportunity for the local industry to gain feedback in current medical practices from leading consultants and professors, via in-app feedback, for crowdsourced knowledge pooling.

More simple, affordable and efficient access to high quality education for clinicians in the region and across England.

Engagement with higher educational institutions in the West Midlands to supplement and deliver their medical educational courses via more innovative platform (via in-app integration – currently being trialed with UCLan).

A specialist advisory board will be set up in the Medical and Dental sectors with meetings held in the West Midlands 4 times per year.

Devolves development and delivery of medical-related educational programs and CPD from hospitals to individuals in conjunction with the current expert pool via regional organizations and professional bodies such as the Royal Colleges and regulatory authorities.

Potential to utilize the crowd-sourced nature of the platform to develop the services to devolve and facilitate individual clinicians to partake in primary care research across the West Midlands area.

Reduces the administrative burden on staff for CPD whilst opening access to high-quality continuing education to ensure up-to-date knowledge and optimised patient care.

Ability to convert your CPD earned in the app into a real-life qualification via our academic partners UCLan.

Affiliations with national conferences held at the NEC Birmingham to administrate their CPD.

MedicaliQ will immediately create new jobs in the local area to support production with an opportunity for the team to grow as the services develops.

Looking to develop a global training focus on e-education in the West Midlands.
Current and planned activity: 
The current concept of mobile-based education is proven with our world-leading student app, and signing up over 5,000 dentists onto our dental CPD app.
 
MedicaliQ has been accepted onto the Digital Health.London 2016 accelerator, a pioneering NHS accelerator program that works to bring new innovations into the healthcare ecosystem.
 
Our pilot with the Manchester Trust will help inform our plans to create a product that can scale to the standard administration protocols of a large NHS Healthcare provider.
 
In scaling the mobile product, we will create a third party system for existing CPD providers to provide content. General CPD material will first be provided for the average medical professional with a view to engage specialist interests, in partnership with our advisory board. We are then looking to integrate the product to offer CPD solutions to the wider allied healthcare professionals, such as paramedics and health care assistants.
 
NOTE: Please see attached business summary
What is the intellectual property status of your innovation?:
MedicaliQ Ltd owns all IP involved in the innovation. The brand names, ‘DentaliQ’ and ‘MedicaliQ’ have been trademarked as both image and text (see attached). 
Return on Investment (£ Value): 
high
Return on Investment (Timescale): 
1 year
Ease of scalability: 
Simple
Regional Scalability:
Once developed, MedicaliQ can be scaled and adopted across hospitals and primary care providers in the West Midlands area for both individual based CPD and revalidation needs. Our pilot with the Manchester Hospitals trust will demonstrate how we may integrate such a solution from the HR personnel perspective, creating a streamlined system that can be scaled to any other hospital setting including the West Midlands. Our solution benefits both the individual clinician and the administration backend of hospitals, ensuring a two-pronged strategy. Distributing the platform via local GP surgeries to provide a similar service, via EMIS, will further provide scalability options in the region. There is a large focus towards a digital transition to care as part of Digital Birmingham’s agenda, so it would be concordant to roll the product out to other providers in the region. Hospital universities in the region will also benefit from the whitelabelled CPD package for their postgraduate students.
Measures:
There are three main outcome areas that impact is being measured against: individual clinicians, hospital trusts and contributing authors.
 
Individual clinicians: improving access and convenience to expert-lead education to enhance continuing education and promote self-learning. This ultimately leads to having more up-to-date knowledge and providing better patient care.
 
Hospitals: enhancing, digitalizing and streamlining the workforce administration methods for continuing education and revalidation to save clinical time and prioritise patient care.
 
Contributing authors: to provide authors with an opportunity to curate and disseminate their expert knowledge within a crowd-sourced environment to provide an independent income stream.
 
To support the above impact areas, we will be applying the following measures to gauge success of the innovation across both quantitative and qualitative aspects:
  • Number of monthly downloads
  • Monthly revenue
  • Profit margins
  • Number of purchased articles and repeat
  • Number of customers (and thus the market share)
  • The number of articles in our bank
  • User rating
  • User reviews
  • Time spent on app
  • Number of successful revalidation applications
  • Number of post-graduate student signups via University courses
Other measures across the broader aspects include:
 
Quality
Customer: number of purchased articles, repeat customers, user feedback/rating, time spent on app
Technology: reliability, accessibility, downtime
 
Safety
Customer: accurate educational content (verified by expert panel)
Technology: meets information governance standards, appropriate 2-step authentication procedures, back-up content
 
Cost
Customer: customer acquisition costs, amount paid per customer, amount earned by author’s per article
Technology: operational costs
 
People
Authors: quantity, engagement and submission rates; experience/qualifications
Adoption target:
The conservative business model assumes a national registered member accounting for 10,000 Year 1, 50,000 Year 2 and 100-200,000 Year 2. Our original DentaliQ product had 10,000 users register in the first month of launch in 2016. Assuming a 10% uptake by registered users for a paid-for CPD service, MedicaliQ will be viable by Q2 of Year 2.
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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
A workforce management solution (including scheduling, rostering, mileage optimisation and BI tools) which enable the NHS to achieve greater quality & efficiency, whilst improving patient wellbeing and outcomes.
Overview of Innovation:
NHS Community Teams are dealing with increasing numbers of early discharges from hospitals, complex care packages, patients with co-morbidities & mental Heath challenges. Organisations are also trying to make a concerted effort to reduce hospital admissions in order to ease the pressures within the acute sector, while continuing to provide the best clinical outcomes for patients. CM2000 works with the NHS to develop innovative workflows & processes needed to ensure that existing Community based teams are working to optimal efficiency. Safety is key but there is also a need to ensure that teams have a strong cohort of experienced staff with the capacity and experience available to meet the ever increasing demand, this is where CallConfirmLive! comes into its own

CM2000 delivers innovative IT solutions to help enable the NHS to achieve greater quality & efficiency, whilst improving patient wellbeing & clinical outcomes. CM2000 has a proven track record of working with NHS organisations and over 900 Private Providers of health & care services in the community, and over 75 Local Authorities, ensuring that care is delivered cost effectively, efficiently & safely

CallConfirmLive! is an electronic rota management solution, schedule optimisation tool, mileage wizard & mobile working solution (facilitating lone working too!) for teams working on the frontline and for Trust wide visibility, we use our Business Intelligence solution (CMBI) which provides a strategic view for effective performance management & capacity planning across one, or all of the services you manage allowing for a more unified service

CallConfirmLive! can not only help to improve efficiency and reduce overall costs but can also support with the prevention of Mental Health Crisis events - Health Care Professionals & team Managers benefit from real time updates via the observations feature & assessment platform. This allows all staff to; report on a Patient’s changing condition, raise alerts back at base for further input, plus ensuring if a patient receives multiple visits per day, all staff have the most up to date information

The CallConfirmLive! solution, used in conjunction with the online carers/patient portal allows for information regarding patients visits/progress to be monitored by family members/advocates/patients themselves

The solution ensures a proactive approach when a patient is at an elevated risk of crisis and inform those closely involved with the patients care
Stage of Development:
Market ready and adopted - Fully proven, commercially deployable, market ready and already adopted in some areas (in a different region or sector)
WMAHSN priorities and themes addressed: 
Mental Health: recovery, crisis and prevention / Long term conditions: a whole system, person-centred approach / Wellness and prevention of illness / Education, training and future workforce / Wealth creation / Digital health / Innovation and adoption / Person centred care
Benefit to NHS:
Main benefits from CallConfirm Live!
  • Efficiently manage your workforce – our scheduling and optimisation tools automatically organise the most efficient and Patient-focused rotas, helping you to identify untapped capacity within your teams
     
  • Reduce back-office processing – automate time-consuming processes like planning rotas, processing timesheets / mileage claims
     
  • Streamline communication – use our Mobile Workforce Solution to send rota changes in real-time. This dramatically reduces the calls between the office and community staff
     
  • Reduce costs – modules such as Mileage Wizard can significantly reduce mileage claims and a reduction in printing, processing, postage and telephone calls will all save money too, one NHS trust has reported an efficiency saving of 17.5% as a result of using CallConfirmLive!
     
  • Ensure quality service – punctuality and length of stay information is useful for quality audits
     
  • Record and share outcomes / observations – CM2000’s Wellbeing Outcomes Platform enables you to deliver more Patient-centred care using wellbeing intelligence gathered at the point of care delivery, also allows for reporting of potential incidents to reduce mental health crisis which can be visible by family members/advocates as well as patient if you so wish.
     
  • Protect Lone Workers – use our alerts to meet health and safety obligations and give reassurance that workers are safe, especially late at night or visiting patients with challenging behaviour
     
  • Our CMBI Business Intelligence Solution facilitates a dashboard style analysis for use at senior levels within the organisation It provides an overarching view of how your service(s) are operating.  It means that you can make informed decisions regarding the services you offer, with the most up to date information available, pulled together from varying sources.
Initial Review Rating
4.60 (1 ratings)
Benefit to WM population:
Patients, their Carers and their families can closely monitor and inform each other of any changes to the Patient’s condition.  It means that the delivery of care can be more appropriately focused to the needs of the Patient. The welfare and safeguarding of Patients and Staff are of utmost importance to CM2000, and where NHS organisations are using our CallConfirmLive! solution, Healthcare Teams are more efficiently informed of potential incidents, and are able to react appropriately.

This use of this technology enables the NHS to deliver the right care, to the right person at the right time. It eradicates unnecessary mileage, can dynamically assist with the planning of the most efficient schedules and ensures that the Patient has their care delivered by the most appropriate person, meaning good continuity of care.
 
Where the solution identifies gaps in staff schedules, their time (which is already being paid for) can be re-deployed to work within other teams or into hospital wards where there are staff shortages.  This will inevitably reduce NHS spend on agency staff cover.
 
One of our customers has reported:
  • A reduction in office administration – scheduling a whole area reduced from 2 days to 2 hours.
  • Phone calls were down by 50% - this meant that they were dealing with 600 less calls per month equating to 14 hours per office team.
  • 17% reduction in staff mileage.
  • 24% reduction in travel time.
  • 5.5% - 10% gain in capacity (as measured by delivered duration against planned duration). 
A regional and wider scale adoption of our technology would allow Care Management 2000 based in the West Midlands to grow and take on additional staff to train and support users of this technology as well as bring forward our development plans for new features and facilities which we would hope to develop with West Midlands users – we currently operated from our Sutton Coldfield based offices with 100 staff.
Current and planned activity: 
We have systems operational within the following NHS Trusts:
  • Northumbria Healthcare NHS FT
  • NHS Dumfries and Galloway
  • Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust:
We provide a combination of electronic visit monitoring, scheduling, and mobile solutions using RFID technology within these Trusts.  We operate within end of life care, short term reablement services, rapid response teams and other multi-disciplinary teams within the community.

Planned / required activity
  • Raise awareness of CM2000 within the NHS within the West Midlands region
  • Procurement/adoption of the CallConfirmLive! Software to initially support Community Trusts with efficiency and cost saving
  • Work with Mental Health & Community Trusts to improve Mental Health Crisis Care through the CallConfirmLive! and Wellbeing Portal software
NB: ROI is a dificult question depending on complextity of the solution. We are working on ROI with NHS trusts at present but epect the results to be highly favourable.
What is the intellectual property status of your innovation?:
Our AURA Landline model is patented technology and all other IP is the property of CM 2000 Ltd.
  • Accredited to ISO9001 (Quality), ISO27001 (Information Security), ISO 22301 (Business Continuity) and PSN (Public Service Network) compliant.
  • CM2000 are very aware of the importance of data capture / quality techniques within the NHS.
Return on Investment (£ Value): 
high
Return on Investment (Timescale): 
1 year
Ease of scalability: 
2
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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
Recap Health enables NHS clinicians and social care professionals to efficiently deliver personalised, relevant, timely and up-to-date digital health and social care content (videos, leaflets, website pages etc) direct to selected patients/clients. 
Overview of Innovation:
                                  

Recap Health is a cloud hosted patient education and clinical information delivery application. It enables clinicians to quickly find and send relevant digital health content to their patients, helping patients to become better informed and better able to manage their own health effectively.

Clinicians
Clinicians select relevant digital content (videos, leaflets, web pages, third party apps, events etc ) from a library of pre-approved digital content. Content can be searched by health condition, age, language and media type etc. Content can also be packaged into pre-defined 'bundles' to facilitate speed of use. At the click of a button clinicians can send content to individual patients.

Clinicians can favourite content for future use. They also can see what content their peers use and they can see clinician and patient reviews and rating of content. 

Patients:
Patients with Recap Health accounts receive an email notification, alerting them to the arrival of new content. They login and see their personalised content (videos, leaflets, apps, website pages etc), in an attractive personalised webpage. As well as consuming the content, patients also can hide content, rate and provide feedback on their content and share it electronically with family and friends.

Organisations:
Recap Health records whether and when a patient has accessed their content which enables organisations to classify patients in relation to how 'activated'/engaged they are.

In future, organisations will be able to set a series of time or behaviour based rules associated with how patients relate to their content. Rules can trigger in-app messages, emails and or offers of live chats.  In this way Recap can become a platform for engaging with 'at risk' or newly motivated patients in a more proactive way.

In addition, short online surveys can be presented to individual patients to measure knowledge and motivation to self care, both pre and post accessing content. 

Recap Health has been developed in partnership with a Mental Health and Community Trust but we believe it can also be used also by Acute Trusts, Community Trusts, GP Federations and Local Authorities. It also can be a vehicle for health and social care economies that wish to foster clincial collaboration across professional and organisational boundaries, to achieve shared self-care and patient engagement objectives expressed in STPs, NMCs and/or digital roadmaps. 

 
Stage of Development:
Market ready and adopted - Fully proven, commercially deployable, market ready and already adopted in some areas (in a different region or sector)
WMAHSN priorities and themes addressed: 
Mental Health: recovery, crisis and prevention / Long term conditions: a whole system, person-centred approach / Wellness and prevention of illness / Education, training and future workforce / Digital health / Innovation and adoption / Person centred care
Benefit to NHS:
In general terms, by using Recap Health, NHS organisations can raise patients' health literacy levels and their ability to practice effective self-care. Clinicians also can extend their relationship with their patients beyond the boundaries of face-to-face encounters.  

More specifically, NHS organisations can realise some or all of the following benefits:

Cost Savings:
- Less demand as more knowledgeable patients become more motivated and better able to practice effective self care
- From the digital storage and electronic distribution of large volumes of patient information

Quality:
- Better version control of patient information and a tighter focus on the nature of the information itself
- Better relevance and timeliness of patient information sent to patients
- Access to ongoing patient feedback about the quality and relevance of information sent to them 
- Access to data reporting on which content is most popular, most used, most revisited etc.

Intelligence:
- Access to data identifying the extent that individual patients consume content, which allows patients to be stratified into activation cohorts 
- Audit trail ​of information interventions

Cultural:
- Makes collaboration across a health and social care economy more likely as clinicians from multiple organisations use Recap to communicate with 'shared' patients
- Empowers frontline or generalist staff as they gain the ability to find and distribute content traditionally distributed only by specialists (often after an appointment)
- Accelerates the 'media shift' trend away from traditional information leaflets towards short videos
- Supports the drive towards a paperless NHS 
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Benefit to WM population:
By accepting electronic invitations to join Recap Health, patients in the West Midlands will:
  • have easy access to personalised, timely and accurate healthcare information 24/7 
  • have a much better opportunity to become more knowledgeable about their condition / healthcare situation and what appropriate self care strategies are
  • feel more connected to the clinicians and NHS organisations that serve them
Current and planned activity: 
Recap Health is being trialled at scale by a Community and Mental Health Trust in another region. 

We plan to start marketing Recap Health across the UK in mid March 2017. Our preference though is to work with WMAHSN to find one or more suitable early customers and to work closely together to:

1) better understand the value proposition and associated technical and legal risks; 
2) further develop the product to optimise value
3) determine appropriate price points and licencing terms
4) explore the potential for sourcing validated 3rd party content at scale to supplement locally generated content 
5) develop appropriate implementation support services informed by the experience of early adopters.

On the product side we have a highly detailed and fully costed technical roadmap for developing out new features and improving existing usability, features and design. We are pursuing this on an ongoing basis, with pace dictated by when cash becomes available to us.


 
What is the intellectual property status of your innovation?:
Recap Health has been created by Health2Works Ltd. As such we own and control use of all software code. 
Return on Investment (£ Value): 
medium
Return on Investment (Timescale): 
2 years
Ease of scalability: 
2
Regional Scalability:
Recap Health can scale very easily, both in terms of numbers of users and distinct implementations. For example a version for a new customer can technically be cloned and deployed with a few hours.
 
There will however be technical work for H2W to do to serve a multi-organisation customer. Either we will need to deploy separate instances of Recap Health and retrospectively connect them together or we will need to do this work prior to commencing deployments. The work involves determining identities and permissions for organisations, job roles and shared patients and associating these with bespoke views of the content library.
 
Implementation for customers is more time consuming than technical deployment. Customers will need to develop and resource an implementation plan, focused on 1) content curation and review, 2) service roll-out, 3) product awareness sessions, 4) clinician account generation processes etc. We plan to offer an implementation support service at cost to new customers.

 
Measures:
We believe Recap Health has the potential to help NHS organisations realise at least 12 tangible benefits associated with Cost Savings, Quality Improvement, Data Acquisition and Culture Change. These benefits are already listed in the Benefits to NHS section of this submission.
 
The measures associated with these potential benefits will need to be identified and agreed with customers and ideally a local University research unit. We have a good relationship with Keele University (our local University) and we are in discussion with them about the possibility of Keele offering independent research support to new Recap Health customers in the West Midlands.
Adoption target:
Our aim is to have 4 NHS organisations as customers in the next 12 months, with one being multi-organisation in nature.

We prefer to focus entirely on the WM region, however we plan to start UK wide marketing activity in mid March, unless a strong focus on West Midlands looks like it will meet our needs.
Rejection Reason:
​The panel felt that while Recap Health was a strong and versatile proposal, it didn’t sufficiently focus on diabetes prevention. There were also concerns that the need for professionals to prescribe specific bundles would make the implementation phase dependent on significant clinicians engagement activity before any benefits could be realised. On that basis, the panel decided not to recommend the product for this specific challenge.
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