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Most Effective Contribution to Improving Care for Those with Long-term Conditions

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The increasing prevalence of long-term conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and chronic respiratory conditions presents significant challenges to the healthcare system. These conditions require continuous and comprehensive management to prevent complications and improve the quality of life for patients. To address these challenges, innovative solutions and effective collaborations between the NHS and private, third sector, and not-for-profit organisations are essential.

This award celebrates groundbreaking partnerships that have revolutionised patient care management and outcomes. It recognises projects demonstrating significant advancements in managing long-term conditions, showcasing measurable improvements in patient health and well-being over the past two years.


  • This award is open to any private sector, third sector, or not-for-profit organisation working in partnership with the NHS to improve care for patients with long-term conditions
  • Projects must demonstrate significant improvements in patient management, outcomes, or quality of life with evidence from the past two years up until the awards deadline date


  • Describe the specific challenges and context within the NHS that your project addresses, focusing on the management of long-term conditions
  • Outline the goals and targets set for the initiative, detailing both quantitative and qualitative aspects
  • Highlight how the project aims to implement innovative solutions and effective collaboration to improve patient care and outcomes


  • Provide evidence of the benefits realised for patients, including improvements in health outcomes, quality of life, and satisfaction
  • Describe the organisational benefits, such as enhanced leadership, value creation, and efficiency gains
  • Present measurable results that demonstrate the success of the project in managing long-term conditions and improving patient care


  • Explain how the success of the initiative has been communicated within the NHS and to other relevant organisations
  • Provide examples of how the project's methods and outcomes have been/could be replicated or adopted elsewhere within the healthcare system
  • Include testimonials and quantitative evidence supporting the dissemination and replication of the initiative's success


  • Describe how stakeholders, including NHS staff and patients, were involved in the project from planning to implementation
  • Highlight the contributions of different stakeholders, focusing on patient participation and how their feedback was integrated into the project
  • Provide evidence of ongoing consultation and collaboration through testimonials, survey reports, and documented feedback mechanisms



  • Detail how the project has created value from the perspective of patient satisfaction and experience
  • Discuss reductions in bureaucracy, enhanced patient management, and time saved for staff at various levels within the NHS
  • Provide evidence of broader system value, such as improved care delivery, operational efficiency, and better patient-provider relationships

Most Effective Contribution to Improving Care for Those with Long-term Conditions

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