We know that health is improved when great ideas are put into practice. But how do you know that implementation has been a success?
Eastern AHSN can help you measure the impact of an innovation project, using evidence-based approaches to generate insights to support decisions about which innovations to develop, adopt and how to best implement them in different contexts.
Our team boasts vast experience and expertise in implementation science and qualitative and mixed-methods research. We work with partners and stakeholders to understand their needs and help them build evaluation into every step in the innovation adoption pathway.
Manjul Rathee, Co-founder & CEO of BFB Labs:
“Working with Eastern AHSN has been one of the best partnerships we’ve experienced. As well as their pragmatic approach and understanding of an innovator’s journey, they were able to bring together a consortium of stakeholders including clinicians, commissioners and subject experts to help us realise this study. Within weeks, we had made progress that we expected to take months and we are so excited to see the results of the study later this year.”
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We are working to evaluate how remote monitoring can track a wide range of conditions at home, and who it can help most. Eastern AHSN has partnered with the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East of England (NIHR ARC EoE) for the programme, with funding from the NHS Insights Prioritisation Programme (NIPP).
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