Tag Archives: Barriers to Innovation

Research and Innovation Across the NHS and Academia (BBC News / Academy of Medical Sciences)

Summary The Academy of Medical Sciences has produced a report on the benefits of increasing / improving research and innovation in healthcare. Concerns are raised about the effects of increasing time and work-pressure constraints reducing the availability of “research active” … Continue reading

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eHealth / Internet-Based Interventions to Support Carers of People With Dementia (Internet Interventions)

Summary A follow-up study of eHealth interventions designed to support caregivers of people with dementia, previously considered to be promising, found (i) generally (with some exceptions) low levels of implementation readiness and (ii) poor availability regarding the information necessary to … Continue reading

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Annual Care Quality Commission State of Care Report (BBC News / CQC / Healthwatch)

Summary The Care Quality Commission (CQC) recently released the annual State of Care review. It concludes that most care provided across England is of good quality and improving. Community care services need to be improved. Innovations in new approaches to care should be … Continue reading

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Fair and Affordable Access to Medicines in the NHS (NHS England / UCL IIPP)

Summary Adalimumab is a medicine on which hospitals spend more than £400 million a year. The patent has now expired, allowing patients to be treated with a cheaper biosimilar, saving around £150 million per year (which can be re-directed to … Continue reading

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