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Kara Mackenzie

Published

3rd May 2022

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NIHR - Technology-enabled monitoring - rapid evaluation of innovations team

Funding to commission an agile research team or consortium to conduct independent, rapid evaluations alongside promising technology-enabled innovations in health and care services that support people to use technology-enabled, remote monitoring at home.

Closing Date:  EOI - 1pm July 1st 2022   Full application: 22nd July 2022

Funding to commission an agile research team or consortium to conduct independent, rapid evaluations alongside promising technology-enabled innovations in health and care services that support people to use technology-enabled, remote monitoring at home. The evidence generated should be of regional, multi-regional and national relevance and of immediate use to decision-makers.

HSDR expects that most of these technology-enabled innovations will be implemented locally, supported by the Digital Care Models team within the NHSEI improvement Directorate (formerly the NHSX Digital Health team). However, innovations from elsewhere across the UK would also be also eligible for rapid evaluation and, regardless of origin, learning from these evaluations must be applicable nationally or cross-nationally.

There will be a need to work closely with Digital Care Models team and other customers, whilst maintaining independence. Regular feedback and sharing of interim findings are required in order to be of immediate use to decision-makers. There may be the need for lengthier, longitudinal studies running for the full duration of the contract.

The purpose of this call for expressions of interest is to identify a suitable applicant team or consortium able to undertake these types of evaluation. The successful team will have a proven track record in producing formative, proportionate evaluations, covering outcomes and impact for both individual patients and for the health and care services, in addition to producing methodological learning from a data-driven environment. The successful team will have the skills required to deliver complex projects involving technology in health and care services and to be able to conduct economic and process evaluations.

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