How do the AHSNs support healthcare innovation?

The AHSNs are catalysts working to create the conditions needed to facilitate change across whole health and social care economies. We spread innovation at pace and scale to achieve our goals of improving health, driving down the cost of care and stimulating economic growth. ‘Bridging the gap’ between health providers, commissioners and industry, the AHSN […]

AHSNs shortlisted for HSJ Partnership Awards 2019

Three AHSNs (Oxford, Yorkshire & Humber and Health Innovation Manchester) have made it through to the finals of this year’s HSJ Partnership Awards, recognising the most effective partnerships between the private and third sector and the NHS. HSJ editor Alastair McLellan said: “The HSJ Partnership Awards highlights the invaluable work performed by the organisations that work alongside […]

Psychological therapies deliver better outcomes for people with long-term conditions and mental illness

Treating mental and physical health problems together delivers better patient outcomes and savings for the NHS, according to new analysis. NHS England plans that by 2020/21 each year over 1.5 million people with common mental health problems will access psychological therapies. These people often also have physical long-term conditions such as diabetes, lung disease and […]

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