17 fellows selected as healthcare pioneers
Patients from throughout England are set to benefit from world-leading healthcare innovations developed in the East Midlands.
Following an international search, NHS England’s Medical Director Sir Bruce Keogh has revealed the 17 ‘fellows’ who will be part of the NHS National Innovation Accelerator programme.
The fellows have all developed world-leading health products, technologies and processes - including two developed in the East Midlands - that will now be rolled out at pace to theatres, hospitals and GP practices across the country, benefiting millions of people.
The fellows were selected from over 120 applications worldwide. To be successful they had to demonstrate that they are healthcare pioneers who have developed new ways of working that are improving the way patients are treated and cared for.
More articles Posted on: 10 July 2015