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29 Mar 2021
Penny Pereira | 12 Apr 2021 | 0 comment
Q Initiative Director, Penny Pereira, reflects on the role that improvement can play in charting a realistic path for recovery that puts people – both those receiving and delivering care – at the centre.
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“The use of a health app to measure staff wellbeing and share improvement ideas and solutions. This will allow for a continuous feedback system using real time data”
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Matthew Mezey 5 months, 4 weeks ago
It might be worth you putting a comment in Q's Staff Wellbeing SIG about your project: https://q.health.org.uk/community/groups/staff-wellbeing-and-quality-health-care/
John Lodge 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Hi there - i'm pretty sure this exact product exists, run by a private sector organisation https://www.improvewell.com/ . So obviously Trusts pay a fee to use it. I should also draw your attention to the 2018 Q Exchange winning idea https://hexitime.com/ which supports users to upload improvement ideas, skills, and connect to get them into action, supported with accurate real time data. Hexitime is also free to use.
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