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Manchester Central, 23 May 2019
 

Acute service redesign

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Winner:
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust

Project Title:
Single Clerking at BSUH: Redesigning the Acute Floor

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"The judges felt that this was a strong powerful widespread improvement touching on many elements, pooling resources, improving care and education of the professionals."

Highly commended in this category:
Plymouth Hospitals Trust

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Clinical support services

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Winner:
Access Health Care

Project Title:
CareSnap Wound Management

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"This product is truly innovative and makes significant improvements to patient care and the use of clinical time, whilst still complying with governance. A key element the judges also commended was the fact this product can be rolled out quickly with minimal cost and training required."

Highly commended in this category:
Donor Records Department, Organ Donation and Transplantation Directorate, NHS Blood and Transplant

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Communication

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Winner:
Mersey Care Foundation Trust

Project Title:
Staff Engagement Sessions - No Force First

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"Our winners tonight impressed the judges with their extremely compelling and moving presentation. The project shows strong evidence of staff and patients working together to achieve meaningful change for mutual benefits."

Highly commended in this category:
South Sefton Clinical Commissioning Group and Southport and Formby Clinical Commissioning Group

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Community health service redesign

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Winner:
Whittington Health Trust

Project Title:
eCommunity

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"The judges were unanimous in their view that this service redesign not only meets the criteria but demonstrates a particularly strong focus on patient safety, whilst covering a number of additional areas, including agile working, developing nursing skills and increasing productivity."

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Emergency, urgent and trauma care

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Winner:
University Hospitals Bristol Foundation Trust

Project Title:
UHBristol Emergency Department High Impact User Team

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"The judging panel say this compassionate and committed presentation well-articulates the impact of benefits to both staff and system. They went on to say the values at the core of this project are crystal clear and shine through."

Highly commended in this category:
Barts Health Trust, London's Air Ambulance & London Ambulance Service Trust (collaboration)

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Enhancing value through increasing patient safety and reducing litigation

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Winner:
Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust in collaboration with Yorkshire and Humber AHSN Improvement Academy

Project Title:
Yorkshire Safety Huddles

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"This winning entry is an extremely compelling initiative ripe for spread and adoption across the NHS. Data was used powerfully throughout the presentation to display benefits of the process interventions and is a truly deserving winner."

Highly commended in this category:
Burton Hospitals Foundation Trust

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Improving the value of diagnostic services

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Winner:
St Bartholomew's Hospital - Department of Cardiac Imaging

Project Title:
Making MRI available for cardiac pacemaker patients

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"This winning project shows innovative change with evidence based pathway redesign, introducing cultural change and new ways of working with the trusts. This can then be replicated across the board without significant impact on resources."

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Improving the value of NHS support services

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Winner:
Lancashire Care Foundation Trust

Project Title:
Improving value and patient safety through the creation of a team of specialised serious incident investigators

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"The judges felt that the passion surrounding this project was infectious with extremely impressive staff and patient feedback underlining the value of this support service."

Highly commended in this category:
Guy's and St Thomas' Foundation Trust

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Improving the value of primary care services

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Winner:
West Wakefield Health & Wellbeing

Project Title:
Care Navigation national consultancy & training programme

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"“The judges were impressed by the quality of this winning candidate which showed a true innovative project, demonstrating real benefits for patients and staff and has huge potential to spread to patients and practices across the board."

Highly commended in this category:
Alvanley Family Practice

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Improving the value of surgical services

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Winner:
University Hospitals of North Midlands Trust

Project Title:
Savings to the Health Economy - Introduction of Mechanical Thrombectomy, a new minimally invasive surgical technique.

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"The judges feel that this winner is a pioneering development of the trend towards minimal invasive procedures. The presentation displayed outstanding outcomes for patients including dramatic reductions in mortality and an increased rate of discharging patients straight to home."

Highly commended in this category:
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals Foundation Trust, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust

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Improving value in the care of frail older patients

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Winner:
Walsall Clinical Commissioning Group and Walsall Healthcare Trust

Project Title:
Enhanced Health Care Model for Nursing Homes

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"This is a very impressive project that shows an inspiring depiction of an excellent holistic model of care, with an amazing turnaround story that shows sustained and continuous improvement in quality for the residents."

Highly commended in this category:
Swindon Borough Council and Great Western Hospitals Foundation Trust, Dorset Malnutrition Programme Partnership and Wessex Academic Health Science Network

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Improving value through better diabetes care

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Winner:
North West London Collaboration of CCGs

Project Title:
NW London diabetes transformation programme

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"This winning entry is implementing best practice transformation at an unprecedented scale and is already evidencing clinical and patient impact. The team showed a clear and well-articulated vision and the plan is clearly underpinned by comprehensive data analysis, focus on patient outcomes and system leadership."

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Innovative Financial Management or Procurement

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Winner:
Public Health Wales

Project Title:
Reuse and refurbishment of furniture through circular economy procurement

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"This winning entry shows real tenacity to challenge the norm of procuring new and opting for recycled office equipment. It demonstrates a variety of benefits including local sustainability using social enterprises and improving the local community, all whilst saving money and delivering a vibrant working environment."

Highly commended in this category:
Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group

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Mental health

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Winner:
Devon Partnership Trust on behalf of South West Regional Secure Services

Project Title:
South West Regional Secure Services - Wave One New Care Model Pilot

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"Our winners tonight present a project with a hugely impressive feat of leadership and transforming of productivity, patient and family experience across a large geography in a very complex area of care."

Highly commended in this category:
Turning Point, Oxleas Foundation Trust and National Probation Service

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Pharmacy and medicines optimisation

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Winner:
North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare Trust

Project Title:
Medication reduction in a Learning Disability inpatient service

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"The judges felt that this project has worked across organisational boundaries to stop over-prescribing of medicines and significantly improve quality of care for a vulnerable group of patients. The judges further said they would love to see this approach everywhere."

Highly commended in this category:
Moorfields Eye Hospital Foundation Trust

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Specialist services

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Winner:
University Hospitals of North Midlands

Project Title:
Mechanical Thrombectomy in Stroke – Produces Improved Clinical Outcomes and Cost Benefits

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"This winning entry showed an impressive example of actual implementation, local leadership and persistence. The judges were impressed by the presenters great passion and enthusiasm and particularly by the example of clinical ownership which showed great perseverance in the face of challenges to implementation."

Highly commended in this category:
NHS Practitioner Health Service

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Information Technology in Clinical Services

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Winner:
Imperial College Healthcare Trust - Department of Neonatology

Project Title:
Integrated Family Delivered Care Project (IFDC)

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"Our winners tonight impressed the judges with a brilliant way to empower families through co-design with patients. Furthermore it is very scalable with simple design, yet has a big impact for care and could be used in many settings for other conditions."

Highly commended in this category:
Surrey and Borders Partnership Foundation Trust

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Training and development

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Winner:
University Hospital Southampton Foundation Trust

Project Title:
Medicines Learning Portal

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"This winning entry displayed a clear and effective use of technology to meet training needs through innovative content and evidence of collaborative working. The judges also felt this project is extremely wide reaching with huge potential for national adoption."

Highly commended in this category:
TIPSQI - Trainees Improving Patient Safety through Quality Improvement, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust

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Facilities and Estate Management

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Winner:
Barts Health Trust - Waste management team

Project Title:
Sustainable Reuse & Bulk Waste Prevention Project

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"The winners of this award demonstrate innovation and passion to take recycling and reuse to the next level, with a wide stakeholder involvement inside and outside the NHS."

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Workforce efficiency

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Winner:
Conexus Healthcare

Project Title:
GP Care Wakefield

Judges comments on the winning entry:
"The judges felt this project was an impressive and innovative submission that displayed originality in both concept and the execution of multidisciplinary workforce solutions. It also showed how the project greatly improved primary healthcare service provision to the local people and is a truly deserving winner."

Highly commended in this category:
Medway Foundation Trust, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire Trust

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