European Structural and Investment Funding (ESIF) AHSN ESIF/
European Structural and Investment Funding (ESIF) AHSN ESIF/ LEP knowledge sharing webinar 27 April 2016 ESIF and the NHS Matching Health with Growth Aim of webinars:
Understand latest information relating to ESIF agenda Act as a mechanism to share good practice and challenges Make links across NHS and with other sectors www.nhsconfed.org/ahsnlep Mixture of presentations, discussion and external guests often with a main theme A chance to share with colleagues your successful ESIF projects Latest ESIF news Series of pre-designation meetings taking place in
April and May with areas seeking Intermediate Body status London, Cornwall, GM, Liverpool, Tees Valley, Sheffield, North East, West Mids, Greater Lincolnshire, West of England, East Anglia Midlands Engine Investment Fund example of pooling ERDF across 11 LEP areas (78.5m) as part of wider 250m deal ESIF beneficiaries list to be published on gov.uk Current calls 17 open calls on Research and Innovation, including life sciences, healthy ageing, big data, creative industries deadlines May and rolling
18 open calls on Low Carbon deadlines May/June and rolling 24 open calls on SME Support deadlines May onwards https:// www.gov.uk/european-structural-investment-funds Higher Level Skills Calls now open for HLS under ESF E.g. Heart of the South West, 2.8m, covering range of activities, including: Activities to specifically target disadvantaged groups and neighbourhoods, including recognised HE Cold Spots (http://www.hefce.ac.uk/analysis/maps/) Enhancements to information, advice and guidance provision, specifically focussed on
employment opportunities in relation to gaining and developing higher level skills. Pathways from level 2 or 3 vocational programmes to foundation degree (and above). This should be linked to vocational studies that meet current and emergent business needs Activities to increase access to, and participation in, higher education provision, particularly for disadvantaged individuals in under-represented groups (including part-time workers, over 50s and first in family individuals) Development of innovative access routes, including modular and bespoke courses, elearning, flexible, blended delivery etc. Funding development costs of vocational short courses designed to help participants progress into higher value employment Additional modules / courses to develop skills in relation to new technologies, and production methods and/or to respond to restructuring / diversification in key sectors Higher Level Skills
Calls now open for HLS under ESF E.g. Heart of the South West, 2.8m Whilst this call is not limited to specific sectors, applicants should note that the following sectors have been identified by the Heart of the South West, as having particular innovation and growth potential which the development of higher level skills could support; Marine Environmental futures Agri-tech Healthy ageing Photonics Big Data Nuclear (including the Hinkley Point C Supply Chain); and Aerospace.
https:// www.gov.uk/european-structural-investment-funds/learning-and-skills-developing-higher-lev el-skills-project-call-in-heart-of-the-south-west-lep-area-oc16s16p0345 Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership & Innovation Agency Dr Andrew Rose Sector Manager Life Sciences and Health Overview Liverpool City Region LEP and regional context
Health and Life Sciences focus and priorities SME support via European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Priorities for future International Festival for Business (IFB) 8 Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LCR LEP) Determine local economic priorities Lead economic growth and job creation Business Growth
Enhancing Skills Inward Investment Membership Strategic developments (e.g. Devolution) Reflect Public and Private Sectors Sefton Knowsley St Helens Wirral
Liverpool Halton Economic Context Liverpool City Region (LCR) economy is worth 28.3bn With a population of 1.5 million people Growing Economy, reversing a decline in population 44,000 private sector jobs have been created since 2010 Challenges Employment rate 67% (national ave 74% for England) GVA per head is 18,600 (75% of national average) Smaller business base & lower start-up rate than average
20,000 Innovation Ecosystem Health/life sciences Advanced manufacturing & big science Creative & digital Blue/green Superport Low carbon Innovation Plan Huge potential for business and
employment growth Major Healthcare and Life Science Cluster Healthcare NHS and social care 108,000 employees; ~17% workforce LCR GVA = 2.8bn Life Sciences Industry/Academia - R&D and manufacturing 6-10,000+ employees (depending on definition, not inc digital SMEs) ~150 companies LS Industry GVA = 1.7bn (not inc digital SMEs working in health)
Health and Life Sciences Precision medicine/omics Infectious Diseases Independent Living Children's Health Business Growth Links to other areas Inward Investment
Growth Hub/New Markets 2 Skills development Research [NIHR/LHP/Unis/NHS] Rollout of tech [Innovation Agency/NIHR] Export of tech [UKTI/Chambers/MediLink] [UKTI/LAs/Liv Vision+] Precision medicine/omics World-leading expertise/facilities at University of Liverpool Wolfson, MRC CDSS, Gene/protein/MIFomic facilities NHS services
NWC Genomic Medicine Centre & Regional Genetics Service Liverpool PRiME - plan future initiatives: industry: 1. 2. 3. 4. Increase company collaborations with the Uni/NHS base Increase inward investment in region Support commercialisation of Uni/NHS devd tech by local SMEs Informatics: connect companies into precision medicine initiatives
Inward investment: Liverpool Bio Innovation Hub New University of Liverpool incubator for personalized medicine companies (20 m) Lab and office space Commercial access to biobank technologies and equipment Genomics, proteomics and metabolomics
Infectious diseases Significant expertise/facilities Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) & University of Liverpool Malaria, Pandemic-resistance, AMR... NHS/PHE: Royal Liverpool (335m; Accelerator 25m, Liv Clinical Labs) New SME Accelerator incubator focusing on infectious diseases (2017) Centre of Excellence in Infectious Diseases Research (CEIDR) Significant industry operations
Seqirus, AZ, MAST Group... Independent Living Technology to support independence. Most developments underpinned by digital/sensor tech UK/EU programmes, living labs, Innovation Networks NHS (Innovation Agency, CCGs, Trusts) Largest deployment of telehealth in Europe across a single health economy (Innovate UK DALLAS Mi/LCCG) eHealth Cluster Tech and care organisations/SMEs that can develop and implement new technologies LCR Integrated Commissioning Local Authorities
Universities (LJMU Innovate Dementia, UoL IACD) Childrens Health: Alder Hey Living Hospital Alder Hey Living Hospital Recent 260m redevelopment New Innovation Hub
New Research and Education Centre (& new phase II, & III) NIHR Clinical Research Facility NIHR National Research Lead University collaborations/institutes - UoL, LJMU, UCLAN, Edge Hill Research and Innovation areas of focus include Medicines for children (NIHR, industry) Sensors (Sensor City)
Hospital experience (Sony, Panasonic) Cognitive Computing (IBM/STFC Hartree) + Non-invasive detection of lactate and pH in children and infants (POC) SBRI-funded Physiological sensors (pulse, temperature, blood saturation, respiration) undergoing miniaturisation Developing detection of
biochemical markers e.g. HCO3, haemoglobin, Na, K and blood glucose Sensor City World-leading University Enterprise Zone in sensor technologies Develop and implement novel sensor systems that integrate: Sensors, firmware programming and advanced algorithms Incubation & industry/university collaborations Health and care central focus STFC Hartree High Performance Computing
The UKs largest supercomputing facility dedicated to industrial applications Health and life sciences is a key area of work European Regional Development Fund (ERDF): European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) Call for proposals (3/8/15): Priority Axis 1: Promoting Research and Innovation (R&I)
Investment Priority 1b: promoting business investment in R&I Objectives Developing industry and public sector collaborations Increase investment in R&I by SMEs Increase SMEs engaged in R&I with public institutions or large enterprises Bring new products & processes to market ~10.25 million available (1b programme) across region (3 year programmes)
All sectors Significantly lower than previous calls ESIF: Guidance for proposals Address local priorities for Liverpool City Region (LCR) Align to LCR Innovation Plan, i.e. regional expertise to address market failures Collaborative, i.e. a comprehensive consortium Direct transformational contribution to enhancing GVA & LCR economic performance Clear need for ESIF funding; would/could not go ahead anyway ESIF: Health Enterprise Hub Innovation Exchange
3,542,198 (50% ERDF, 50% Partner Match) Alignment of NHS/Academic/Commercial resources across local ecosystem to support SMEs to develop, evaluate and rollout health technology Alignment to other EDRF programmes Repurposing of non-health technology Partners
Liverpool CCG (accountable body) Liverpool City Region LEP Innovation Agency Mersey Care NHS Trust Alder Hey Childrens NHS Foundation Trust Liverpool John Moores University AIMES Grid Services Output Target
C1: Enterprises receiving Support 80 C4: Enterprises receiving non-financial support 80 C5: New enterprises supported 6
C8: Employment increase in supported enterprises 35 C26: Enterprises co-operating with research organisations 50 C28: Enterprises supported to produce new to the market products 15 C29: Enterprises supported to produce new to the firm products
14 ESIF: Lessons learnt Bids are complex and iterative Comprehensive consortia building is difficult Funding is only available if rules are followed State aid, procurement, publicity etc... Alignment to other programmes takes time Accountable Body Resources to prepare bids - LEPs don't have sufficient resource Consortium/partner engagement and management Ability to manage risks and compliance
Large and experienced organisations ESIF: Timeline Submission of outline application: 25 Sept 2015 Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) assesses eligibility (VFM/management/deliverability/state aid) LCR ESIF committee - assess local strategic fit Invited to submit full application 7 December 2015 Submission of full application: 3 March 2015 DCLG appraising in full LCR ESIF committee assessing local strategic fit DCLG approval (fingers-crossed) June?
Other proposals Independent living ERDF Interreg Europe (HELIUM) Digital Innovate UK Internet of Things (healthcare - x) H2020 - procurement (Innovation Agency) Innovate UK Digital Catapult Centre (on-going not health>LCR4.0) Priorities for future Grow SMEs through collaboration with NHS/Unis/Large industry etc
Collaborative programmes, test-beds, commercialisation models (IP) Align business support SME finance Digital big data/predictive analytics (alignment of initiatives) Inward investment Development of health and life science infrastructure Including redevelopment of NHS sites
Minimise job/skills shortages - health & care SFG (& innovation) Evidence-base for smart specialisation Support devolution and Northern Powerhouse developments Future - changing governance Northern Powerhouse UKTI/Government Departments LEPs - collaboration Northern Health Science Alliance (NHSA) Devolution LCR Devolution Agreement Major changes in local government healthcare/business support etc
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