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05 April 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Heather Smith
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Submission Deadline: Tuesday 1st May 2018, noon

Funding Available: £750,000

The Health Foundation has launched the second round of the Advancing Applied Analytics programme aimed at improving analytical capability in support of health and care services. 

Good quality analysis and the ability to use information effectively is an essential element in any learning health care system. Analysis can help shape care for individual patients as well as informing decisions for services or across organisations and health systems. 

The Health Foundation are looking to support analysts who are working on local innovative and ambitious projects that can demonstrate how they will improve analytical capability in support of health and care services and provide lessons for the wider care system. 

They are looking to support up to 12 good quality projects that:

  • improve analytical capability and can show how this will support better care in the future
  • led by local/regional NHS or social care provider or commissioning organisation including authorities, though partnerships with other groups and sectors are welcome
  • could benefit from funding of up to £75,000 per project
  • starts no later than October 2018 for a maximum duration of 15 months

Find out more and apply