Kings Fund Annual conference 2021

Last week ADI Health exhibited at the Kings Fund Annual conference 2021. The conference included a wide variety of sessions, varying from discussions about meeting the needs of the health and care workforce, integrated care, social care reform and tackling the backlog. There were several themes that reappeared during the sessions, one of course was…

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NHS Shared Business Services

ADI Health are pleased to confirm that we are an approved organisation on the NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) Patient/Citizen Communications & Engagement Solutions framework.  MyPathway is available to access via an NHS Shared Business Services framework agreement. The purpose of the Patient/Citizen Communications & Engagement Solutions Framework is to improve communication with patients…

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NHS Digital and NHSX merging with NHS England

The Department of Health and Social Care announced that NHS Digital and NHSX, are to be merged into NHS England and Improvement (NHSE/I), to support workforce planning and digital innovation. NHSX was created in 2019 and for the past two years it has been making the case for digital to be integrated within the NHS.…

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Building Better Healthcare Award Winners

ADI Health are delighted to announce that we have won a BBH Award for Healthcare Software – Patient Centred for our Telehealth in Motor Neuron Disease (TiM) digital platform, TiM on MyPathway. TiM on MyPathway is a result of the partnership between ADI Health, the University of Sheffield’s Institute for Translational Research (SITraN), and Sheffield…

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Ground-breaking app improves quality of life for MND patient

A Lincolnshire woman who suffers with motor neuron disease is praising the impact a new digital app has had on her quality of life. Former nurse and clinical services manager, Rachel Jones, 58, says the app, developed by leading clinicians and scientists at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, The University of Sheffield and technology…

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MyPathway launches self-referral for Antenatal Physiotherapy

MyPathway Antenatal Physiotherapy (self-referral) has launched in Sheffield Teaching Hospital’s WHPT (Women’s Health Physiotherapy Team). The new pathway enables women to self-refer for antenatal pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain, low back pain, rectus diastasis, carpal tunnel syndrome and pelvic floor dysfunction. Patients can refer themselves to the WHPT service when they feel they need to access women’s health…

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ADI Health can support “Long Wait Surgery”

MyPathway is supporting services to avoid last minute cancellations due to patients being found unfit in the days leading up to their surgery. Pre-op fall out is increasing due to large numbers of patients who have been waiting for an operation are “failing” their pre-operative assessments as they have declined during COVID and are no…

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MyPathway Persistent Pain co-design trial

ADI is working with Health and Social Care Northern Ireland regarding new technologies to help improve the understanding of persistent pain and its management among people living in Northern Ireland. The purpose of developing this new pathway is to produce a digital solution which can be accessed by members of the public, people at risk…

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Rewired 2021

For the first time, ADI attended the DigitalHealth Rewired event on 15 – 19th March. The week-long event was a chance for healthcare professionals and industry leaders to debate the hottest topics and provide a perfect platform for vendors, like ADI, to discuss and showcase their latest innovations. Over the 5-day event there were over 170…

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Silverlink Software and ADI Health team up

Silverlink Software has agreed to a collaboration with ADI Health, in a bid to manage the growing backlog of elective care appointments across the NHS due to the COVID–19 pandemic. Under the new agreement, ADI Health’s solution, MyPathway Waiting List Management, will integrate with Silverlink’s PAS, PCS, to enhance the functionality of the remote clinical…

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