Completed Collaborative Working

Bayer is proud to work in partnership with a range of organisations to deliver projects with a direct and measurable benefit to patient care. The projects with which we have recently completed work in are listed below:

Date of project

May 2022Improving Medical Retina Services by Increasing Diagnosis and Treatment Capacity at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust Joint Working Project
April 2021Building Capacity, Efficiency & Resilience – Newcastle Diagnostic Hub 
June 2019Southampton Andrology Virtual Outreach Programme
September 2020Oxford AHSN Ongoing Management of Stroke Patients Discharged During COVID
November 2019Radiology Automation in Liverpool
April 2018AF Quality Improvement Project within GP Practices Across West Yorkshire and Harrogate & Rural Districts
November 2017IMP Healthcare AF Screening, Diagnosis & Treatment Programme
October 2017Redesign of Macular Service at Taunton & Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
September 2017Brook Contraceptive Services Expansion Project
September 2017Improving Capacity and Medical Retina Services for Patients at Yeovil Hospital
August 2017Innovating the Delivery and Capacity Expansion of Macular Services for the People of Greater Manchester
May 2017Improving Medical Retina Services for Patients in Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
May 2017Bradford Macular Services Improvement Programme
April 2017Improving Medical Retina Services for Patients by Increasing Treatment Capacity in South Tees Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
March 2017Wessex Diagnostics Demand & Capacity Mapping Project
March 2017AF Quality Improvement Project within GP Practices Across Yorkshire and Humber
March 2017Collaborative Working to Reduce Strokes Caused by Atrial Fibrillation
January 2017Bucks & Berks AF Stroke Prevention Programme
December 2016Lothian Nurse Led Age-related Macular Degeneration Service
November 2016Southampton Eye Unit
September 2016Hounslow AF Community Pathway Project 
September 2016Virtual Clinics for Patients with Diabetic Retinopathy in Leeds