Reminder: this test beds programme has now closed

The HMR Long term conditions test beds programme concluded on May 24th 2018. This site remains in place as a source of information about the test beds programme. 

We’re aiming to improve care for people who have, or may develop, certain long term health conditions by anticipating their health needs before they happen.

By gathering new insights using pseudonymised (non-identifiable data) data and making use of telecare technology, we plan to help GP practices find the best ways to detect, manage and prevent long term ill health.

Initially, we’re focusing on type 2 diabetes and certain heart and lung diseases.


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Our test bed project is part of a national programme, sponsored by NHS England. Test beds aim to develop and test new applications of technology in the NHS, to provide better care for patients as well as better value for taxpayers.

Find out more about the test bed project in Heywood, Middeton and Rochdale by selecting the infographics opposite or visit our project pages for more information.

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The test bed is a collaboration between:

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The project is overseen by NHS England

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