National Innovation Collaborative for digital health

The National Innovation Collaborative for digital health is a learning and support network for health and care professionals delivering technology-enabled services to support people at home.

Commissioned by NHS England as part of its Regional Scaling Programme, it has been delivered in partnership with the national Health Innovation Network and led by Health Innovation Manchester (HInM) from its November 2020 launch to the end of a third phase in June 2023.

During this time more than 487,000 people have been supported at home, including 152,000 care home residents.

Learning opportunities have included more than 30 focus groups, workshops, events and benefits learning sessions, with more than 100 partner organisations sharing their experiences with more than 3,100 peers from local, regional and national organisations.

Other resources produced with local teams for local teams include 18 case studies, 11 videos, 14 podcasts, three animations, 24 newsletters, six rapid evaluations and 21 benefits and business case guidance documents.

With a membership of nearly 2,300, the collaborative was shortlisted for a national Healthcare Efficiency Through Technology (HETT) Unexpected Innovation Award as best Integrated Care Collaboration.


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