Digital Health News
£1m for maternity improvements in Lancashire and South Cumbria
Lancashire and South Cumbria Local Maternity and Newborn System (LMNS) has been awarded £1m of NHS funds to improve digital maternity services, helping to deliver a better experience for maternity service users and staff.
Successful Lancashire scheme helping patients return home to support their recovery
Teams from the NHS, social care and voluntary sector are working together, to come up with innovative ways to improve care for people and reduce pressures on health and care services.
West Lancashire Nurse named as Practice Nurse of the Year
A nurse in West Lancashire has achieved more national recognition for innovative clinics established at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Waiting list patients set to benefit from innovative new service
Patients on waiting lists in Lancashire and South Cumbria are set to benefit from an innovative artificial intelligence service developed by the NHS to allow patients to let their hospital know their current health status.
Advice and Guidance project update
The locally developed digital communication tool is now available across all acute providers across Lancashire and South Cumbria.
Covid-19 virtual ward monitors patients at home in Lancashire and South Cumbria
NHS hospital trusts are working together with GP practices and local providers across Lancashire and South Cumbria to monitor vulnerable patients with Covid-19 from their own homes.
Florence Nightingale 2020 Virtual Conference a great success
Last month, we told you about how an abstract on ‘Embracing technology to improve patient care’, written by Anne Greenwood Primary Care Digital First and GPN Lead for Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System, had been selected for the Nightingale 2020 Virtual Conference that was held on 27 and 28 October 2020.
Self Care Week 16 - 22 November 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has made the need to practice self-care more evident than ever: the challenges for some of managing finances or debt, being restricted in our social movements, uncertainty around employment, and/or being at higher risk of contracting the virus due various factors all make looking after ourselves of utmost importance.
‘Embracing technology to improve patient care’ abstract selected for showcase at 2020 Nightingale virtual conference
An abstract on ‘Embracing technology to improve patient care’, written by Anne Greenwood Primary Care Digital First and GPN Lead for Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System, has been selected for the Nightingale 2020 Virtual Conference on 27 and 28 October 2020.
Moving to a single Electronic Patient Record across Lancashire and South Cumbria
The Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System (ICS) has a five-year strategic vision to improve the lives and healthcare outcomes for our 1.8m citizens