Innovation Ambassadors and Exemplar Projects

Are you passionate about innovation and being part of a network of like-minded professionals keen to bring new ideas to solve some of the pressing challenges of health & social care across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw?

The Innovation Ambassadors network has been set up to create a supportive community across the ICS to share innovative practices and identify opportunities where new ideas can have maximum impact.

The ICS Innovation Hub and the AHSN will support you and your colleagues to help play a key role in accelerating the adoption of innovation within your organisation, places and neighbourhoods. If you’re interested in learning more about the Innovation Ambassadors network and what it may mean for you and your organisation, please email the ICS Innovation Hub team:

syb.innovation@yhahsn.com


Innovation Ambassadors

To help us in our mission to identify unmet needs across SYB, we welcome staff across the SYB ICS organisations to join our network of Innovation Ambassadors. As an Innovation Ambassador you can play a key role in helping to nurture a culture of innovation in your respective organisations.

Current Exemplar Projects

Workforce-IH-web.png Population Health Management

The Innovation Hub is working with GP practices to progress initiatives to support the improved self-management of patients with a diagnosis of cardiovascular disease.

UEC-IH website-50.png Urgent and Emergency Care

This pilot project is training 30 frontline staff in techniques of cognitive behavioural therapy that can be used in consultations with patient’s experiencing anxiety as a result of respiratory illness. The aim is to reduce calls to the emergency services and admission to hospital.

Workforce-IH-web-50.png Workforce

This pilot project is providing an opportunity for SYB ICS to explore the potential of significantly increasing the number of home and agile workers. Agile working can be defined as a broad spectrum of working practices which enable and empower a person to work, how, when, and where they want supported by the originations policy, procedures and culture in which they work.