Personalised Health and Care 2020 Report / Framework (National Information Board / Department of Health / NHS England / BBC News)

Summary

The National Information Board’s Personalised Health and Care 2020 framework, which was published in November / December 2014, presents plans to transform health care and improve services by use of information / digital technology.

The aim is to harness transformational technology to work better for patients by 2020, with improvements in online access to GP records, allowing continuous coordinated care more centered around individual patients. Patients and citizens will be given greater control over their health and wellbeing, and carers will be empowered increasingly.

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Introducing ‘Personalised health and care 2020: a framework for action’. London: National Information Board, November 13th 2014.

This relates to:

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Personalised Health and Care 2020. Using Data and Technology to Transform Outcomes for Patients and Citizens: A Framework for Action. November 2014. London: National Information Board, December 3rd 2015.

See also:

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Personalised health and care 2020. London: National Information Board and Department of Health, November 13th 2014.

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Health and social care leaders set out plans to transform people’s health and improve services using technology. London: NHS England, November 13th 2014.

June 2015 Progress Update

An update on plans to make technology work harder / faster for patients and increase transparency in NHS services:

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Health and social care leaders set out next steps to transform NHS services and improve health outcomes using technology and data. London: NHS England, June 17th 2015.

National Information Board’s Plans to Improve Digital Services in Health and Care

There are several work stream “roadmaps”:

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Plans to improve digital services for the health and care sector. London: National Information Board, June 19th 2015.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has launched the Office for Market Access (OMA). The OMA will work with industry to speed up the adoption of new medicines, devices and diagnostics in the NHS. OMA will have a dedicated team for enquiries relating to health technology evaluation.

Office for Market Access (OMA): Accelerating Innovation and Evaluation of Health Technology (NICE)

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has launched the Office for Market Access (OMA) to speed-up the evaluation and adoption of new medicines, devices and diagnostics by the NHS.

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Speeding up the adoption of health technologies. London: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), October 13th 2015.

Personalised Medicine Becomes NHS Standard: CMO’s Annual Medical Report

“Dame Sally wants DNA testing to become standard across cancer care, as well as some other areas of medicine, including rare diseases and infections”.

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Roberts, M. (2017). Chief medical officer calls for gene testing revolution. London: BBC Health News, July 4th 2017.

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