People across South Yorkshire are being offered the opportunity to test the SOS UK phone app which could potentially help healthcare professionals to know about allergies, conditions or other important facts about themselves in an emergency. The app, which is being offered free of charge to users as part of the Perfect Patient Pathway […]
Extract taken from the Yorkshire Post Published: 09:39 Wednesday 25 October 2017 Author: Catherine Scott Smart plug pioneered in Yorkshire could help dementia sufferers A unique research project in Sheffield aims to help people with dementia live more independently. Catherine Scott reports. A study looking into independent living and support for people with mild […]
Seven NHS and industry partnerships are testing combinatorial innovations in real-world settings, under the Test Beds Programme. Frontline health and care workers in seven areas will pioneer and evaluate the use of novel combinations of interconnected devices such as wearable monitors, data analysis and ways of working which will help patients stay well and monitor their […]
One of our innovator partners (Teva Pharmaceuticals) recently published a report on how healthcare outcomes could be improved through digital technologies. The report gives examples of work the company are involved with across Europe including their partnership with the Test Bed Programme across the Sheffield City Region.
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“The Perfect Patient Pathway Test Bed team are proud to be exhibiting in the Test Bed Zone at the Health & Care Innovation Expo 2017 (#Expo17NHS) to be held in Manchester on Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th September. Providing an update on projects underway in Sheffield alongside the other national test bed teams, the […]