Over the last few years, Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) have worked in collaboration with NHS partners and innovators to help identify and implement solutions that could help improve patient care delivery and outcomes while supporting healthcare colleagues to adopt effective remote monitoring and virtual wards solutions. You can find out more about the AHSN’s work in this area in their latest Impact Report
As part of our work, Yorkshire & Humber AHSN have developed a series of resources to share best practice and useful steps to help implement remote monitoring and virtual wards solutions. The AHSN have broken down our journey and identified five key stages of implementation: Start, Engage, Deliver, Embed, Sustain.
To date AHSN have published our resources covering the Start stage and the Engage stage that include guidance on topics such as the end-to-end implementation process, writing a business case, digital solution selection, setting up an evaluation and benefits measurement.
For the third in the series, ‘Deliver’, Yorkshire & Humber AHSN are focusing on training, testing and IT set up.
Find out more about the AHSN remote monitoring and virtual wards resource here: https://www.yhahsn.org.uk/blog/remote-monitoring-and-virtual-wards-resource-series-stage-3-deliver/