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The GPs’ surgery of the future’ – Sky News visits Airedale Read more

The King’s Fund

NHS research has evidenced the benefits of telemedicine in reducing A&E visits, hospital admissions and mortality rates. But there is less analysis about its impact on long-term conditions. The King’s Fund staged a flagship conference to explore matters further .... Read more

Our guide for replicating our model in India

Our Digital Care Hub has attracted interest from clinicians across the globe. We have shared our expertise as far away as China, South American and India. Here is a copy of our guide for replicating our model in India. Read more

Our story so far...

We were hand-picked to be at the forefront of NHS innovation by exploring the benefits of telemedicine as a potential new model of care in nursing and residential homes. Two years into our three-year project, this document tells the story so far... Read more

A detailed look at the role of the hub

Improving the health and wellbeing of residents in care homes has been a key part of our success story. Here, we take a detailed look at the role of the hub – and outline a case study demonstrating safe and effective stroke treatment. Read more

NHS Innovation Expo in 2016 [Part 1]

We were invited to showcase our work at the NHS Innovation Expo in 2016. A range of posters were produced to highlight the role of the hub in driving down inappropriate hospital admissions and GP attendances – drawing praise from the Care Quality Commission. You can view them here. Read more

NHS Innovation Expo in 2016 [Part 2]

We were invited to showcase our work at the NHS Innovation Expo in 2016. A range of posters were produced to highlight the role of the hub in driving down inappropriate hospital admissions and GP attendances – drawing praise from the Care Quality Commission. You can view them here. Read more

Evaluation reports

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A dedicated 24/7 telephone service for people with a serious illness who are in their last year of life, and the people looking after them. Care is provided by a team of experienced nurses who are on hand to give advice, support and guidance to help people die with dignity in the place of their choosing (usually at home).

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A highly-specialist Health in Justice service providing consultant-led secondary care support via telemedicine to prisoners residing in Prisons and Youth Offender Institutions (YOI) across the country. This service is currently available in more than 30 secure centres across the country.

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The Hub team provides access to advice and support for residents in over 500 residential and nursing homes across the country, as well as individual patients with a variety of long-term conditions. The team has full access to individuals’ care records, allowing them to give comprehensive clinical assessments, guidance on condition management, and ongoing monitoring.

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