Healthcare innovation.

  title={Healthcare innovation.},
  author={Susan Hamer and Thomas Plochg and Paulo Moreira},
  journal={Nursing management},
  volume={21 6},
An online portal to help healthcare innovators, including front line clinicians and service managers, turn ideas into tangible service improvements has been launched by NHS England. Innovation Exchange, at , brings together networks, ideas and resources on a single web platform to support the development, implementation and dissemination of ideas in health and care. 

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