Recently, we welcomed Matthew Taylor, CEO of NHS Confederation, to our Innovation Hub and institute in the Park building to talk about the big challenges facing children and young people today, as well as innovative & practical solutions such as Little Hearts at Home and more.
Little Hearts at Home is a life-enhancing, clinically validated remote patient monitoring platform, connecting congenital heart patients in the community with their clinical teams. Reducing time in hospital and anxiety for families, through data-driven personalised care.
Matthew also met Dr Bimal Mehta, Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Director, Acute Medicine, to speak about tackling urgent care pressures for children and young people.
He also spoke with Nathan Askew, our Chief Nursing Officer, about experience and continuous Improvement among our workforce.
“We were really thrilled to welcome Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation to Alder Hey. We had an extraordinary visit, looking at all the amazing things that are going on across the Trust in innovation, across our nursing workforce and in terms of our education offer. We had a really exciting conversation with Matthew and his team about the things that need to change to support children and young people in this country and how the NHS Confederation can help in their role, working with the government to help us achieve those aims that we all have for our young people.”Louise Shepherd CBE, Chief Executive of Alder Hey