Impact Inventory development for neurological pathways

Theme Group: Improving care

Sub Theme: Digital care

Status: Active

Project overview:

The economic burden of long term neurological conditions pathways is difficult to quantify. With the ambition to deliver care differently through digital mechanisms, and enhancing provision of self-management support, it is imperative that we develop mechanisms to measure the economic impact of pathway interventions. An impact inventory is a recognised initial step in defining the costs of an intervention from a range of perspectives. Survey data from the NeuroLTC study was thematically analysed to identify frequency of event categories, associated care activities identified and estimated pathway costs calculated.

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Professor Chris Kipps

Role: Consultant Neurologist

Chris is a Consultant Neurologist with subspecialty interest in behavioural neurology and cognitive disorders, and Professor of Clinical Neurology and Dementia at University Hospital Southampton and the University of Southampton. He leads the Cognitive Disorders service at the Wessex Neurological Centre.

Chris is Clinical Director for Research and Development at...

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Dr Rachel Chappell

Role: Southampton Emerging Therapies and Technology (SETT) Center Manager

Following a PhD in chemistry Rachel worked in the IT industry for 10 years before joining the NHS where she has now spent 20 years working across many areas.

From 2015 Rachel spent 6 years with the NHS England Clinical Network promoting quality improvement in the dementia care pathway across...

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