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Health Economist, Jim Swift, explores the resource use implications associated with the management of patients in a virtual ward - in their own home.
In an East Midlands NHS trust, community and acute teams came together to look at a frailty pathway. They used CliniTouch Vie for remote patient monitoring.
Remote monitoring technology and virtual wards were deployed to help expedite the safe discharge of COVID patients, helping to free up beds and better manage patient flow.
Kent and Medway CCG recognised their waiting list for diabetes education for those Type 2 diabetes was growing and worked with Spirit Health to roll out EMPOWER T2n.
An overview of the Midland's recent healthcare innovation, including Spirit's remote monitoring service across Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland ICB.
Using CliniTouch Vie, residents at Rushey Mead Manor Care Home were able to be monitored in a virtual ward by GP Clinical Lead Dr Amit Rama.
The NHS Trust deployed Spirit’s CliniTouch Vie platform to remotely monitor the vulnerable patients, providing continuity of care at the peak of the pandemic.
The CCG undertook a comprehensive market review with the view to simplifying its formulary and developing prescribing guidelines for healthcare professionals.
NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale CCG dramatically reduced the cost of caring for people with Diabetes by switching to blood glucose test strips from Spirit Health.
Spirit Health worked with NHS Bedfordshire CCG to find a blood glucose meter that met Type 1 diabetes patients' needs, whilst remaining cost-effective.
Positive patient feedback for Spirit Healthcare’s TEE2+ blood glucose meter and SmartLog app in Isle of Wight CCG
Isle of Wight CCG asked Type 2 diabetes patients who switched to Spirit Health’s TEE2+ blood glucose meter what their experiences were.
Isle of Wight CCG reduce mean cost of SMBG strips by £2.34 in just six months, working with Spirit Health
Isle of Wight CCG worked with us to support the accessibility of a new technologies for Type 1 diabetes patients, whilst standardising blood glucose meters and strips for Type 2 patients.
NHS Dumfries and Galloway undertook a review of blood glucose monitoring systems for people with Type 1 diabetes. The aim was to save money which could be used for other priorities.
Spirit Health worked with Bury CCG to carry out more effective usage of blood glucose testing, whilst improving patient care and understanding of their results.