Presentation on theme: "1 Opening Doors to the NHS Opportunities for Companies to build Working Relationships with NHS Organisations December 2 nd 2009 Professor Alan Barrell."— Presentation transcript:
1 Opening Doors to the NHS Opportunities for Companies to build Working Relationships with NHS Organisations December 2 nd 2009 Professor Alan Barrell Chairman – Health Enterprise East Ltd
2 Chairman of Health Enterprise East, also wearing other hats
3 change?.... Our context…. Does our Eye on the World see much change?.... Our context….
4 Dilemma – Population and Ageing More Healthcare – Reduced Budgets Innovation is Essential
Crisis ?.......or Opportunity? Creativity and Innovation beat Despair any day! Call to action for Entrepreneurs
7 Einstein on IMAGINATION…. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world Albert Einstein 1879 - 1955
8 You look at things and ask - why? but I dream of things that never were and ask - George Bernard Shaw why not? Opportunities for Entrepreneurs A matter of MINDSET
9 Innovators and Entrepreneurs have often been great improvisers and overcame big obstacles From old washing machines and car parts to….
10 Willem Kolffs first Drum Kidney Machine - 1942
11 Innovation is a journey – not a destination…. From drum to coil….and it goes on..
12 Health Enterprise East An NHS Innovation Hub part of the national NHS Innovations Network An NHS Innovation Hub part of the national NHS Innovations Network A not for profit company A not for profit company limited by guarantee
13 A TOP TEAM – Ready and Willing to help YOU realise Opportunities
14 Health Enterprise East We provide advice, support and resources to turn the ideas of NHS staff into new products and services
15 Health Enterprise East Helps NHS staff to identify and evaluate innovative new ideas Provides funding for filing of patents, designs rights & other registerable IP Development funding available to progress new ideas Negotiates commercial deals on behalf of staff and their Trusts
16 Annual Innovation Competition Open to all NHS staff in the Region 5 categories:- Medical Technology Software, IT and Computers Infection control Prevention & wellbeing Publication & training aids Celebratory Awards Dinner £20k prize money Sponsored by companies
17 Medtech Services – Helping Company Access and Getting Innovative Systems Evaluated – Opening Doors Help companies access NHS expertise Help companies access NHS expertise Source of revenue for NHS staff Source of revenue for NHS staff Expose NHS staff to the latest technological innovations Expose NHS staff to the latest technological innovations Industry Experts and IT and Software Executives in Team Industry Experts and IT and Software Executives in Team Dr Juan Roman, HEE Medtech Services Manager
18 Working together to PUT Innovative Products and Services to work – Some Issues for us all Balancing Process and Safety with Innovation Balancing Process and Safety with Innovation Finding and Exploiting Innovation – Barriers Finding and Exploiting Innovation – Barriers Adoption and Diffusion Adoption and Diffusion The Top Down – Bottom Up Dilemmas The Top Down – Bottom Up Dilemmas The Minefield of Regulatory Standards and Harmonisation in the EC. The Minefield of Regulatory Standards and Harmonisation in the EC. Leadership and Creating an Innovative Mindset Leadership and Creating an Innovative Mindset Care Everywhere – Home, Community, Hospital, Work – and need for connectivity Care Everywhere – Home, Community, Hospital, Work – and need for connectivity
19 SBRI East is an East of England pilot in the health sector to help bring forward new technologies for health Supporting the achievement of regional health priorities Increasing the possibility of their adoption in the National Health Service (NHS) Improving Health in the East of England
20 Improving Health in the East of England Management of Long Term Conditions Category Applications funded for Phase 1 feasibility studies include: - Hand held asthma detection device that enables earlier diagnosis - Enhancement of existing remote monitoring telehealth system with better Decision Support - Telephone response / connections in monitoring anti-coagulant therapy - Real time healthcare monitoring and feedback system (wearable sensor) - Hand held 3D wound imaging device - Mobile – Computer – Patient – Hospital linking Project
21 A Case Example of Innovation in Practice – One local Innovative SME
24 In of Excellence ! In Pursuit of Excellence ! Excellence can be achieved, if we: Care more than others think is wise, Risk more than others think is safe, Dream more than others think is practical, Expect more than others think is possible. Excellence can be achieved, if we: Care more than others think is wise, Risk more than others think is safe, Dream more than others think is practical, Expect more than others think is possible. Deborah Johnson-Ross Opening Doors today – to work towards Excellence in Healthcare provision www.hee.org.uk