What is the Oxford Academic Health Science Network?
The Oxford Academic Health Science Network (Oxford AHSN) is a collaboration of NHS healthcare providers, commissioners, universities, industry and other partners in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Milton Keynes and part of Bedfordshire. This region is home to more than 3m people.
What does the Network do?
The Oxford AHSN is one of 15 AHSNs covering England working to turn evidence-based innovation into mainstream clinical practice, improving health outcomes and creating economic growth.
How does the Network work?
The Oxford AHSN promotes quick and widespread adoption of clinical innovation so that patients get the best possible care – everywhere, every day.
How is the Oxford Academic Health Science Network funded?
The bulk of funding for the 15 AHSNs is from NHS England which licensed them for five years from 2013.
Will the Oxford Academic Health Science Network use patient data?
The Oxford AHSN and its partners use patient, and other personal, data for commissioning, care delivery and research purposes, all in line with established information governance arrangements.
How can I get in touch with the Oxford Academic Health Science Network?
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