About the Consortium
The OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium formed in 2013 to create an enduring research infrastructure that will allow Florida-based researchers, clinicians, patients and stakeholders to join forces across the state and with national collaborators to address some of Florida’s biggest health challenges. Consortium partners include the University of Florida, Florida State University and the University of Miami, the three universities’ affiliated health systems and practices, and the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, which oversees the Florida Medicaid Program. Over time, the consortium envisions creating a learning network for the state, in which lessons from research and care in diverse settings are systematically captured and translated back into improved health, health care and health policy for Floridians.
The collaborative development of the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium and its infrastructure is being led by the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute. The consortium’s work has been informed by dozens of stakeholders to date, including patients and caregivers as well as representatives from the following organizations: UF Health; Florida State University and sites from Health IMPACTS for Florida, a practice-based research network (Tallahassee Memorial Health Care; Capital Health Plan; and Federally Qualified Health Centers including the Bond Clinic, Community Health Centers Inc., and Health Care Network of Southwest Florida); Orlando Health; University of Miami; the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration; and the Florida Department of Health.
OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium partners include: