The health Foundation are looking for projects that aim to improve health care delivery and/or the way people manage their own health care through the redesign of processes, practices and services.
The programme is looking to support clinical teams to develop their innovative ideas and approaches, put them into practice and gather evidence about how their innovation improves quality.
The aims of this programme are to:
- Encourage health care services to develop innovative approaches and ideas to improve health care quality.
- Build a portfolio of well-described, real-life examples readily available to other health care organisations.
- Contribute to the evidence base of what can be done to improve quality.
- Generate solutions for further testing and demonstration at scale in health care.
Each team will receive up to £75,000 of funding to support the implementation and evaluation of the project. The funding for each project within this programme will run for up to 15 months, including a recommended three month set-up phase beginning in May 2015.
Applications are welcome from any health or health and social care provider organisation in the UK where health care services are delivered free at the point of delivery, and educational bodies are eligible to take part as a partner organisation.
For further information please visit the Health Foundation website.
There is a two stage application process for this programme (see How to apply) and the deadline for the first stage of applications is 12 noon, Tuesday 5 August 2014, with full applications due on 24 November 2014.
Please note that the Health Foundation reserve the right to close ahead of this deadline date if the programme is oversubscribed.