About Wessex AHSN
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The Wessex Partnership is a collaboration of NHS organisations who provide advice, support and expertise to providers and commissioners within the Wessex area. We have a common purpose to improve the health of the population and services for patients, and have established this network to support and underpin successful improvement through collaborative working. We recognise that the requirements for transformational change across the local health and care system will be best enabled through focused, aligned effort particularly given the complexity of the challenge.
Why have we set up The Wessex Partnership?
While we share many capabilities, each of the members of The Wessex Partnership brings distinctive specialist skills.We will work in collaboration, wherever appropriate, to provide support to system leaders to transform and sustain the local health and care system. With our combined knowledge, skills and people, we can offer more comprehensive and integrated support. Our aim is to provide services at the right time, at pace and using all the skills and expertise our organisations have in a combined manner to ensure that the output we deliver is effective, value for money and patient focused and greater than the sum of the parts.
Which organisations are involved?
The Wessex Partnership comprises:
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The Wessex Partnership - agreement
The Wessex Partnership - presentation