You are invited to participate in our series of business case workshops being held as part of the NHSX Innovation Collaborative, in partnership with the AHSN Network.
The NHSX Innovation Collaborative has been formed to enable health and care teams to rapidly deploy technology to support people at home.
These sessions have been designed to bring together teams from across the country working on embedding technology enabled improvement in everyday care, to think about how to make the case locally for digitally-supported pathways.
This series will be hosted by Health Innovation Manchester under the Benefits & Health Economics workstream of the Collaborative. During this highly-interactive workshop, you will have the opportunity to work together with colleagues from across regions to share your learning and experience of business case development, hear about how to apply national guidance in the context of new innovative technology, and collectively discuss common challenges. You’ll also hear more about the suite of resources currently being developed to assist you in streamlining business case writing locally, and the importance of a compelling business case in delivering sustainable transformation.
There will be three sessions focused on either deployment in care homes / long term conditions / mental health. Each session is organised around a common area of remote monitoring. This session will focus on deployment in care homes. You are welcome to attend all three sessions, or to choose which session you feel is most relevant to you.
In this workshop, we’ll explore:
• National guidance on developing business cases for remote monitoring, including HM Treasury’s five case model
• Common challenges and barriers often faced and how to address them
• Leadership perspectives from digital, transformation and finance
• The importance of business cases and reusable resources to reduce the cost of appraisal
• Crowdsourcing of best practice in business case development and cross-regional sharing
We would encourage you to extend the invitation to relevant local contacts who are currently delivering work in this space.