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With medical staff costs continually rising, we need other alternatives

NHS England’s Chief Executive Simon Stevens has issued a call for the world’s best healthcare innovations to ‘improve frontline patient care, including in mental health services and GP practices’.

The NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) has already successfully helped transform patient care across the NHS by fast-tracking the uptake of pioneering ideas, equipment & technology such as ventilation tubes that reduce cases of pneumonia and new approaches to mental health care.
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NHS England kicks off international search for ground-breaking patient-care innovations

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NICE to launch new evidence tool for medtech product developers

Laboratory investment is improving patient care across Wales

e-Health Week: techUK’s Health & Social Care Programme

11 innovative health technology projects successful in £7.3m funding bid

Mental health patients set to benefit from pioneering new digital services

Entia: hand-held blood-testing lab for cancer care patients

Emerging technology which aims to improve muscle movement is NICE’s 100th medtech innovation briefing

NICE recommends longer-lasting battery technology for implantable heart rhythm devices

Knowledge Transfer Partnership ‘Bringing Science & Innovation to the Heart of the NHS’

Chief Secretary welcomes an investment of more than £100m creating 100 jobs in Oxford medical research

Barcode technology helping to improve patient safety

Innovation in rural health & social care

NHS England announces first medtech devices & apps to join fast track payment scheme for innovation

Mental health digital innovators to apply for new £400k fund

New £816m investment in health research

New plans to expand the use of digital technology across the NHS

New findings reveal NHS initiative to get vulnerable people online has dramatically improved their health & well-being and reduced demand for front line services

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