SW AHSN seeking partner to evaluate women’s digital care record project

The South West Academic Health Science Network (SW AHSN) is looking for a partner to evaluate factors affecting the uptake of electronic maternity care records.
The Women’s Digital Care Record (WDCR) project aims to rapidly bolster the existing provision of digital personal health records among women.
The SW AHSN is looking to procure a small evaluation of the barriers and enablers affecting the uptake of WDCR in maternity care in four pilot sites across England. We anticipate that the findings of this evaluation will inform the development of the model for further roll-out across the country.
We are seeking proposals from parties interested in working with us. If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please refer to the specification document for more information on the WDCR, as well as details on how to make a proposal.
All proposals should be sent to SW AHSN evaluation lead Lou Hall at louise.hall@swahsn.com.
The deadline for proposals is 12 noon on Monday 1 July 2019.
 

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