Tag Archives: More Flexible Funding Systems (Facilitators of Innovation)

Mental Health Research: Official Framework (Department of Health)

Summary The Department of Health has published a framework covering intended mental health research in the UK over the next decade. This is another response to recommendations in the independent Mental Health Taskforce’s Five Year Forward View for Mental Health … Continue reading

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Funding for Research and Innovation in Health and Social Care (Department of Health / AHSNs / NHS Digital / MRC / UKRI)

Summary The government has announced new funding of up to £86 million for UK firms to develop and test new technologies in the NHS. This development is a follow-up to the Accelerated Access Review (AAR). This initiative for more rapid … Continue reading

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Innovation in the NHS: Accelerated Access Review Interim Report (NHS England / Department of Health / AAR)

Summary The Accelerated Access Review: Interim Report (AAR) explores innovation within the NHS in terms of accelerated access of drugs, devices, diagnostics and digital health products. There are said to be five emerging themes: Proposition One: Putting the patient centre … Continue reading

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