7 months ago

Good luck London!

London health and care organisations are well represented in this year’s HSJ awards with many examples of innovative programmes and services that aim to meet the challenging health and social care landscape in London and beyond. Two CCGs, Newham and Tower Hamlets are both being considered for CCG of the year. Coordinate my Care which is funded by the 32 London CCGs has been shortlisted in the ‘Enhancing care by sharing data and information’ category. The awards take place in November.

Acute sector innovation

  • The NoSH Project, Imperial College Healthcare Trust
  • Lewisham and Greenwich Trust
  • East London Community Kidney Service, Barts Health Trust
  • Developing a patient-centred approach to cancer care, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust

Acute, community and/or primary care services redesign

Addressing Complex Persistent Pain: A novel team initiative, University College London Hospitals Foundation Trust

CCG of the year

  • Newham CCG
  • Tower Hamlets CCG
Compassionate patient care
An innovative model to improve end of life care in care homes in a London Borough (Supportive Care Home Team Sutton), Royal Marsden Foundation Trust Community Services

Enhancing care by sharing data and information

  • Big data for newborn health, Chelsea and Westminster Foundation Trust and Imperial College London
  • Coordinate My Care and InterSystems, reducing unplanned admissions with digital urgent care planning, Coordinate My Care and InterSystems UK
  • East London Patient Record, East London Health and Care Partnership

Improved partnerships between health and local government

  • Discharge to assess, Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group and London Borough of Bexley
  • Discharge to Assess Project, London Borough of Bexley, Oxleas Foundation Trust, Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group, Lewisham and Greenwich Trust
  • Patient app used to link NHS, Local Government and Voluntary Sector Services, Harrow CCG

Improving environmental and social sustainability

Delivering Modern Communication between GPs and the NHS, Oxleas Foundation Trust

Improving outcomes through learning and development

Pioneering mental health simulation training to improve health and social care, Maudsley Simulation

Innovation in mental health

  • LINKS project, Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust
  • Mental Health Nurses model in the London Ambulance Service, London Ambulance Service
  • Mentalization Based Treatment for violent offenders with Antisocial Personality Disorder, Tavistock and Portman Foundation Trust

International health partnership

  • King’s Sierra Leone Partnership, King’s Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre
  • Partnership for Excellence, The Butabika – East London Link
Most effective adoption and diffusion of existing best practice
  • Psychology in Hostels Project, South London and Maudsley Foundation Trust and Thames Reach Charity Partnership
  • Revitalising the General Practice Nurse Workforce in City & Hackney, City and Hackney GP Confederation CIC
  • The London Mental Health Dashboard: Promoting System Transformation and Transparency through the use of data, Healthy London Partnership and NHS Benchmarking Network

Patient safety

Emotional Well Being Mentoring Wing, Inreach, Oxleas Foundation Trust, HMP Swaleside

Primary care innovation

  • Transforming Diabetes Care at Scale in North West London, North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups

Provider trust of the year

  • Central London Community Healthcare
  • Moorfields Eye Hospital Foundation Trust

Specialised services redesign

  • London Pathways Partnership: services for people with personality disorder who are at high risk of serious offending, The London Pathways Partnership
  • The Croydon Respiratory Team, Croydon Health Services Trust

Using technology to improve efficiency

Home monitoring of hypertension in pregnancy (HaMPtoN), St George’s Hospital