The Health Foundation have £1.5 million funding available for up to 20 teams to test and develop innovative ideas and approaches to improve health care delivery in the UK.
As part of their Innovating for Improvement programme, they are looking for projects that aim to improve health care delivery and/or the way people manage their own health care through the redesign of processes, practices and services.
They want to support clinical teams to develop their innovative ideas and approaches, put them into practice and gather evidence about how their innovation improves quality.
Applications can come from any health or health and social care provider organisation in the UK where health care services are delivered free at the point of delivery.
Teams need to demonstrate a clearly identified and convincing problem that they want to address, ie a significant quality issue that is relevant to UK health care. Any potential improvements should be simple to put into practice and generalisable beyond the chosen healthcare setting.
Projects must demonstrate that their idea fits with one of the four innovation descriptions outlined in the call for applications