NHS Test Bed Sites for Innovation Adoption Announced
Posted on Monday January 25th, 2016
NHS England has announced the five centres that have been awarded the status of Innovation Test Beds in which new approaches to healthcare provision will be assessed and adopted and two centres for the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) in healthcare.
Aseptika is pleased to announce that it is one of the innovators partnering with the Test Bed programme in Sheffield for the trial and integration of its Activ8rlives solution for patients with respiratory disease into the new pathways of care.
Test Beds are a new collaborations between the NHS and innovators like Aseptika, which aim to harness technology to address some of the most complex and challenging issues facing patients and the health service.
Successful innovations will then be available for other parts of the NHS to adopt and adapt to the particular needs of their local populations.
The ‘Perfect Patient Pathway’, as the Sheffield City region Test Bed will be known, aims to create the ‘perfect patient pathway’ to bring substantial benefits for patients suffering from long term health conditions, such as diabetes, mental health problems, respiratory diseases, hypertension and other chronic conditions.
About Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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