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During the period of dallas concepts for digital services have become more sophisticated.
Categories: Choice, Collaboration, Community, Connectedness, Economic Impacts, Health Impacts, iFocus / dhaca, Interoperability, Risk and governance, Self care, The future
More information: https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/dallas/i-focus1
Personal Health records are key to iFocus and across dallas
Is professional fear of loss of control holding back digital health and care?
Users are ready but a change in culture is needed
How self care is different for users across health and social care and how it might develop in the future
Buy in from clinicians and citizens is more important than technology
Innovators need to identify pioneering clinicians
The four key services in Living it Up.
Year Zero tested the impact of putting citizens in control of their data
Rolling out a range services at the scale of dallas had never been done before
Providing a challenge to traditional evaluation approaches
Give users choice and control of their data.
Evaluation models from the pharma industry don’t test behaviour or system change
Year Zero developed a wide range of digitally enabled services
Other sectors have empowered their users to take control and do more; can this work for healthcare.
How a digital tool can help domiciliary care providers, clients and carers
Healthcare needs to take some responsibility for digital enablement
There was no socioeconomic divide in accessing dallas digital services
Clinicians listen when patients report the benefits of self care
The best partners not only want to change they have capability and capacity to follow thorugh
Engaging with sceptical clinicians is crucial to transformation
Connectedness and Contribution were central
PainSense is a new digital service for sufferers of chronic pain
A digital service for chronic pain management
LIU is delivering behaviour change rather than targeting hard clinical outcomes.
Translating high level design concepts into practical services
Living it Up and its target audience
Evolving Living it Up into a self management hub with new digital services combining health and wellbeing.
What makes up the Living it Up service?
A service to support peoples self management more effectively
Self Care is not in the DNA of the NHS
From Randomised Control Trials to AB testing
Changing clinical attitudes is more important than mere numbers
Living it Up will support prevention as a key part of Scotlands health strategy
A massive shift in culture is underway
Is there a movement towards taking more responsibility for health?
Creating patient held records is a radical concept in transforming healthcare
Clinician and patient have different reactions to Personal Health Record.
NHS teams may be open to transformation but organisational commitment is an issue
Delivering significant reductions in hospital admissions in real life use
The original vision for Living it Up came from an asset and community approach
Living it Up is a platform for Self Care
Living it Up could become the citizen interface for health and social care in Scotland.
Commmissioners have crucial role to play in transformation though digital
More Independent is a citywide programme for users to take control of the health and wellbeing
How PHRs can gather disparate medical records into one place under citizen control.
Putting citizens and consent first could improve data sharing
Designer Davie McGirr describes the Year Zero suite of digital tools.