Read about the Connected Health Cities Programme Here
Connected Health Cities was a Government-funded programme that used information and technology to improve health and social care services for patients across the North of England.
Delivering trustworthy data driven improvements in care for our patient population.
The Connected Health Cities Impact Report was launched on 4th March 2020.
Featured research projects
Using technology and data to improve the diagnosis and treatment of stroke
Supporting community care and reducing demand on A&E services
Using data and technology to improve services for alcohol related illness
Improving specialist referral and follow-up of emergency seizure admissions
“It’s so important that health services are making the most of the information available to them to improve care for patients. I’m confident that the organisations involved in Connected Health Cities have my best interests at heart, that they are taking the correct precautions when handling my data and doing their utmost to build a trustworthy relationship with patients”
- Carolyn Gamble, Patient Advocate, Manchester