Strategic Clinical Networks (SCNs) are creating improvements within focused areas of health care.
To get the most out of our health care system, AHS has developed networks of people who are passionate and knowledgeable about specific areas of health, challenging them to find new and innovative ways of delivering care that will provide better quality, better outcomes and better value for every Albertan.
It's amazing what can be achieved in five short years when teams of people made up of patients and families, healthcare professionals, researchers and academic partners, community groups and Government put their heads together to put patients first and improve healthcare. This is the work of our 15 Strategic Clinical Networks, which are improving quality and value, and standardizing care across the province. Join us as we celebrate their five-year anniversary.
To learn more, view the SCN quick facts.
To learn more about who they are, why they were created, who’s involved and their work priorities, view their quick facts.
Addiction & Mental Health SCN
Bone & Joint Health SCN
Cardiovascular Health and Stroke SCN
Critical Care SCN
Diabetes, Obesity and Nutrition
Respiratory Health SCN
Seniors Health SCN
Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System (PRIHS) is a partnership between Alberta Innovates – Health Solutions (AIHS) and Alberta Health Services (AHS) aimed at improving health outcomes for patients across Alberta.