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Technology to reduce the number of patients leaving prison for healthcare

06 November 2016Categories: #MagicMorecambeBay, Fabulous Stuff, Prison Health Care

Innovative video consultations already piloted in Millom are being extended to Haverigg prison. The aim of the project is to [...]

Community group helps Millom residents to hope and cope

01 November 2016Categories: Active communities, ECIST Network, Fabulous Stuff, social and sporting collaborations to impact on public health, Social Care, The Rosa Parks Award, Together we can

A group in Millom set up to support those needing extra support is going from strength to strength. The community [...]

A film to showcase the Advice and Guidance service in Morecambe Bay

11 October 2016Categories: #MagicMorecambeBay, Delivering efficiency savings, digital inclusion, Digital technology, Fabulous Stuff, Gp appointment systems, Primary care, The HMS Victory Award, Together we can

Better Care Together has produced a short film to help explain the Advice and Guidance service and the benefits it [...]

NATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR THE ‘STEADY ON!’ FALLS PREVENTION SERVICE

04 October 2016Categories: education, Fabulous Stuff, Falls Prevention, Patient Empowerment, Public health, Social Care, The Penguin Teamship Award, Together we can

The ‘Steady on!’ falls prevention service which is run by Better Care Together partners; Blackpool NHS Foundation Trust, NHS Lancashire [...]

A FILM TO SHOWCASE VIRTUAL ‘OUT OF HOURS’ APPOINTMENTS IN MILLOM

25 September 2016Categories: digital inclusion, Digital technology, ECIST Network, Fabulous Stuff, Organization development, Out of Hours Services, The HMS Victory Award, Working Smarter

As part of Better Care Together, Cumbria Health on Call (CHOC) has created a short film introducing the new virtual [...]

RESIDENTS IN MILLOM WILL RECEIVE COMMUNITY SUPPORT THANKS TO NEW INITIATIVE

10 August 2016Categories: Active communities, ECIST Network, FabSocialCareStuff, Fabulous Stuff, The Rosa Parks Award

Millom’s annual carnival saw the launch of an exciting community project called CHAIN which will bring together all of the [...]

New video technology allows Millom patients to have their out of hours appointment closer to home

02 August 2016Categories: #MagicMorecambeBay, Digital technology, Emergency care, Fabulous Stuff, Out of Hours Services, Primary care, Service pathway improvements, The HMS Victory Award, Visible leadership, Working Smarter

Virtual out of hours GP appointments are now being offered by a state of the art video link between Millom [...]

Virtual outpatient appointments are pioneered for more convenient care

17 July 2016Categories: #MagicMorecambeBay, Digital technology, Fabulous Stuff, Listening to service users, Organization development, Service pathway improvements, The 5127 Award, The HMS Victory Award, The Rosa Parks Award, Working Smarter

Plans are being formulated for a virtual outpatient clinic in Lancaster after surveys online and at outpatient clinics showed more [...]

CHILDREN ACROSS THE BAY LEARN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ‘BIG SICK’ AND ‘LITTLE SICK’

06 July 2016Categories: #MagicMorecambeBay, Active communities, Awards2016, FabCYPStuff, FabSocialCareStuff, Fabulous Stuff, Preventative Health Care, Public health, School Nursing, The Rosa Parks Award

The Beggars Theatre recently teamed up with Better Care Together to put on a comedy production called ‘SICK’ to school [...]

Visionary new telehealth link in Millom helping to keep care closer to home

08 June 2016Categories: #MagicMorecambeBay, admission avoidance, Awards2016, Delivering efficiency savings, digital inclusion, Digital technology, Emergency care, Fabulous Stuff, Patient Empowerment, Primary care, Service pathway improvements, The HMS Victory Award

Better Care Together and the Millom Alliance with the aim of reducing the number of unnecessary patient journeys to the [...]

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