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Programme management of a healthcare innovation

Programme management of a healthcare innovation
Programme management of a healthcare innovation
CHOICE- cochlear implant home care, is the world’s first telemedicine care pathway for people with all cochlear implant devices. Its unique features are the scope and nature of the remote care, co-design of the innovation with patients and clinicians, and the independent evaluation at eight UK centres.

This presentation will provide an overview of the management of the rollout of CHOICE across the UK. We will provide a high-level summary of:
1)The regulatory and information technology challenges encountered in introducing a healthcare app to the NHS
2)How to set up an independent evaluation of behaviour change of patients and clinicians
3)Managing a quality improvement programme to enact change within the healthcare system
4)The importance of and challenges surrounding the engagement of stakeholders from academia; NHS clinics, trusts and R and D; the patient community; charities; government; and industry
5)Long term sustainability of CHOICE and a look to the future
Cullington, Helen
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Pickering, Mark
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Darnton, Philippa
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Greenwell, Kate
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Finch, Tracy
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Kitterick, Padraig
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Harraway, Sarah
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Little, Paul
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Moran, Philippa
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Riggs, C.
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Sibley, Andrew
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Smith, Rachel
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Walker, Dawn-Marie
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Weal, Mark
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Cullington, Helen
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Pickering, Mark
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Darnton, Philippa
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Greenwell, Kate
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Finch, Tracy
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Kitterick, Padraig
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Harraway, Sarah
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Little, Paul
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Moran, Philippa
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Riggs, C.
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Sibley, Andrew
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Smith, Rachel
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Walker, Dawn-Marie
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Weal, Mark
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Cullington, Helen, Pickering, Mark, Darnton, Philippa, Greenwell, Kate, Finch, Tracy, Kitterick, Padraig, Harraway, Sarah, Little, Paul, Moran, Philippa, Riggs, C., Sibley, Andrew, Smith, Rachel, Walker, Dawn-Marie and Weal, Mark (2019) Programme management of a healthcare innovation. British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting 2019: Connecting for Life, Southampton, United Kingdom. 04 - 05 Apr 2019.

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Abstract

CHOICE- cochlear implant home care, is the world’s first telemedicine care pathway for people with all cochlear implant devices. Its unique features are the scope and nature of the remote care, co-design of the innovation with patients and clinicians, and the independent evaluation at eight UK centres.

This presentation will provide an overview of the management of the rollout of CHOICE across the UK. We will provide a high-level summary of:
1)The regulatory and information technology challenges encountered in introducing a healthcare app to the NHS
2)How to set up an independent evaluation of behaviour change of patients and clinicians
3)Managing a quality improvement programme to enact change within the healthcare system
4)The importance of and challenges surrounding the engagement of stakeholders from academia; NHS clinics, trusts and R and D; the patient community; charities; government; and industry
5)Long term sustainability of CHOICE and a look to the future

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Published date: April 2019
Venue - Dates: British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting 2019: Connecting for Life, Southampton, United Kingdom, 2019-04-04 - 2019-04-05

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Local EPrints ID: 430306
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/430306
PURE UUID: 073d4a8f-aeea-46ee-93c9-996d614e9893
ORCID for Helen Cullington: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5093-2020
ORCID for Kate Greenwell: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-3662-1488
ORCID for Dawn-Marie Walker: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-2135-1363
ORCID for Mark Weal: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-6251-8786

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Date deposited: 25 Apr 2019 16:30
Last modified: 26 Apr 2019 00:38

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Contributors

Author: Mark Pickering
Author: Philippa Darnton
Author: Kate Greenwell ORCID iD
Author: Tracy Finch
Author: Padraig Kitterick
Author: Sarah Harraway
Author: Paul Little
Author: Philippa Moran
Author: C. Riggs
Author: Andrew Sibley
Author: Rachel Smith
Author: Dawn-Marie Walker ORCID iD
Author: Mark Weal ORCID iD

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