The Oxford AHSN Best Care programme aims to:
- Identify and tackle unwarranted variation in patient outcomes across our region
- Spread best practice by establishing an AHSN standard of care
- Raise this standard of care by encouraging and facilitating the adoption of clinical use of innovation
- Train the clinical leaders of tomorrow in partnership with Health Education England (Thames Valley) and the University of Oxford.
As it prepares for a new licence from NHS England starting in 2018, the Oxford AHSN is developing alternative approaches and models to support clinical engagement, to deliver innovation adoption and support system transformation across a broader range of clinical specialties.
These changes will align future work programmes to national priorities and expectations. As a result the AHSN was unable to sustain funding of the clinical networks beyond July 2017. Five networks secured external funding enabling them to continue until March 2018. Three networks – Children, Medicines Optimisation and Respiratory – closed by 30 June 2017.
Children’s Network produces three new reports
The Oxford AHSN Children’s Network produced three new reports in June 2017. They are a third regional variation report, harmonised paediatric antibiotic prescribing guidelines and a new model for delivering the children’s flu vaccine. Read more about these and other achievements of the Children’s Network here.
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