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Dr Amir Hannan
Full-time GP , Director of GP fed, Chair Assoc of Greater Manchester Local Medical Committees,Chair World Health Innovation Summit
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Dr Amir Hannan 2h
The team is much larger than any individual. Bring us altogether and helps you all to work out what to do and align the different planets in the solar system
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Sam Shah 2h
is one of the most powerful influencers I have come across. I’m looking forward to visiting and learning.
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Dr Amir Hannan 2h
Thankyou Likewise it has been a pleasure seeing you grow and rise through the ranks. There is a lot of history which we can build on and bring vast experience and knowledge
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Dr Amir Hannan 3h
Please do - I would love to host you and give you an opportunity to meet our patients and staff as well as sitting in surgery to see how we do things too
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Dr Amir Hannan 3h
The real control lies with who control the GP contract and hence the purse strings let’s build this together and engage and empower all not just access
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Dr Amir Hannan 13h
Thankyou
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Geoff Cardwell 13h
Indeed. Most patients and carers still to realise/accept their Health Account is more "important" for them than their Bank Account! Very little "provider Pull" being applied to help some "promoter Push" achieve needed personal healthcare and IT literacy. is a pioneer!
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Marc Schmid 15h
You might be interested in the retention work being done in - here is an example from Dr Fiona Ford
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Dr Amir Hannan 13h
She knew she was not alone and nor was Dad. So important for us to value the Also means doctors and nurses in hospital have less fear about discharging him into the community as well. We are all on the same team together includes patient / carer
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Dr Amir Hannan 13h
It’s this teamwork between ourselves in primary care, secondary care & tertiary care with pt & carer that comes together. Daughter is the key supported by ourselves. See how we prepare for this eventuality now? She has had 4 years & now helps her 2
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Dr Amir Hannan 13h
I finished by signposting her this link to “End of life care” so that she can start 2 read & inform others in the family how care does not stop when the hospital says “no more”. Just a new phase that we continue with the family and take a more active role.
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Dr Amir Hannan 14h
Instead I prepared her for his inevitable demise one day and advised her to wait for outcome of MDT and if he is not likely to improve and no other treatment likely to succeed then consider to bring home and I will visit and ensure comfort and safety 4 all
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Dr Amir Hannan 14h
I explained money would not buy any better care than what he is receiving. Private care would just speed up some tests but given he has cancer, very little wait time 4 tests. She agreed & shared many examples he had already received. She has access to his full electronic record
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Dr Amir Hannan 14h
Let me illustrate from a real-life example from today. I spoke to a Bangali daughter on photo. Father has cancer and in hospital not responding well to treatment. She rings me to ask if he should be transferred to private hospital. MDT due tomorrow. I asked why she wanted change?
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Dr Amir Hannan 14h
If we do not look after the staff we have today, we may not have a future workforce sufficient for the demands needed of it in the future. These are not idle chats - has big implications for all of us
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Dr Amir Hannan 14h
We have to commission services that include trusted information provided by providers of their service and not just building, staff and care pathways for the Information Age. This will help in the future too for those looking beyond today
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Dr Amir Hannan 14h
worth listening to this global webinar the is not perfect. However the fundamental principles have led to our discovery. Not about technology per se but about relationships between us. Where else is this conversation happening?
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Dr Amir Hannan 14h
My interest lies in how we can make our jobs enjoyable, fun and help people to feel great about what they do. Not easy in current climate with so much negativity around and people feel demotivated. I feel the opposite and relish going to work & make a difference in ppl’s lives
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Dr Amir Hannan 14h
Behind the scenes conversations are happening amongst senior leaders who recognise the is in trouble and need 2 do something that will reduce the stress patients and staff are going through. My best conversations are with real patients in the consulting room where hearts won
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Dr Amir Hannan 14h
You give me hope because you understand why even though we have never met each other or been in the same physical space. I do not even know where you reside. That proves the point. Nothing to gain or lose unless it hits you like a lightning bolt. Share with all what you learn.
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