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Prizewinners and commendations in individual papers included students employed by De La Rue International, Deloitte, Morrison Supermarkets, the UK NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, and the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills.
DesignSim for Care also fits in well with efficiency programs like the UK NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement's Productive Ward: Releasing time to care[TM], which focuses on improving ward processes and environments to help nurses spend more time on patient care to improve safety and efficiency.
In accordance with this trend, UK governmental institutions have produced key reports on theatre utilisation, and offered programmes to improve theatre utilisation (NHS Management Executive 1989, Audits Commission for Scotland 1999, Audit Commission 2003, Northern Ireland Audit Office 2003, NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement 2009)The reports showed that theatres were being used for only about 70-88% of scheduled time and recommended that hospitals should aim to use 90% of planned theatre time.
The NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement has taken over a 20,000 sq ft building at the University of Warwick Science Park.
The NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement (NHS Institute) has taken over a 20,000 sq ft building at the University of Warwick Science Park.
They explained their proposed model and we suggested working together on a shared hub and spoke of the model of care, advocated by the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, thereby involving Newcastle with the superb facilities of the Great North Children's Hospital but which, for whatever reason, the Northumbria doctors declined.
"Many of the applications showed an extraordinary level of commitment and hard work from health and social care staff, but also their capacity to work smarter to ensure people using the services benefit as much as possible." The awards, run in partnership between the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and the Department of Health, aim to give some much-deserved recognition to health and social care staff who are passionate about providing a fantastic service for the local community.
"To have been shortlisted three times in the finals is a great achievement." The Health and Social Care Awards are run as a partnership between the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and the Department of Health.