NHS England has commissioned the development of a ‘connected care assessment’ (also known as a place based digital maturity assessment) to support local improvement. It will consider the extent to which effective digital technologies are used across health and care systems to improve outcomes and experience.
The work is being carried out by a coalition led by the Oxford AHSN’s Informatics team working with Greater Manchester AHSN and Arden & Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit. Read more here.
Oxford Academic Health Science Network has secured a contract with NHS England to develop and support a learning network across the Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) programme – the government’s initiative to create a network of world class organisations which support high quality care with digital technology. Read more here.
- Digital maturity of health and social care systems: an industry perspective – read the report from our July 2017 forum with the Academy of Medical Sciences here >
The Informatics team has been working closing with the Oxford Academic Health Science Centre to design and develop an eHealth interoperability and advanced informatics proposal engaging all health and care partners as well as universities and industry.
The proposed digital platform supports sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs) and the successful Bicester Healthy New Town bid. It will also support research and innovation within the University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes University and the Oxford NIHR Biomedical Research Centre.