Introducing NHS Scotland’s Accelerating National Innovation Adoption (ANIA) Pathway through an Innovation Deep-Dive with the ScotCap Programme
11:45 – 13:00
The (COVID-19) pandemic had a detrimental impact on the delivery of NHS services. Whilst there has been significant challenges, the pandemic has highlighted the importance of collaboration and innovation to support recovery, improve the health of the Scottish population and to reduce inequity.
The Centre for Sustainable Delivery (CfSD) is leading the development of a new approach to accelerate the national adoption of high impact innovations across Scotland. The new Accelerated National Innovation Adoption (ANIA) Pathway is a significant development, bringing key innovation partners together to take a whole-system approach that turns high-impact innovations into wide-scale patient benefit.
The ANIA Collaborative will deliver:
- Clinical leadership;
- The right evidence base;
- Technical expertise (legal, digital, procurement);
- System readiness;
- Training, skills and capabilities; and
- Effective change management
This session will share the key building blocks of the ANIA Pathway using the Scottish Capsule Programme (ScotCap) as an example of successful innovation adoption, which has rolled out an innovative Colon Capsule Endoscopy (CCE) service across NHSScotland.
National Associate Director – Strategy and Innovation, Centre for Sustainable Delivery
National Improvement Advisor, Centre for Sustainable Delivery
Chief Executive, NHS Golden Jubilee
Associate Clinical Director, Centre for Sustainable Delivery
Service Development Manager, Digital Health and Care Innovation Centre
Interim Director, Healthcare Quality and Improvement Directorate, Scottish Government
Chair, Scottish Ambulance Service
Clinical Director for Health Innovation, Scottish Health and Industry Partnership (SHIP)
Unit Head – Scottish Health Technologies Group (SHTG), Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Innovation Service Manager, NSS
Director of Data and Digital Innovation, Public Health Scotland