Alternative digital wellness
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DHI grant award funding has been fully allocated for the current funding cycle up to January 2017, so we are not processing any new projects at this time.
However, DHI is in discussions with its project partners in relation to the transition to DHI phase 2 which is likely to be based on a different funding model.
This will prioritise larger programmes of work that will meet challenges set by the Scottish Government health and care directorate and others. We hope that this will commence in the first half of 2017.
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We are taking information on all interested parties and ideas, so if you have an idea you want to tell us about, a technology you want to make us aware of or tell us about your services and capabilities as an organisation or individual complete the relevant forms below.
We are delighted and honoured to be partnering with international tennis superstar Andy Murray to highlight the potential of technology to provide more efficient and effective health and care services in the UK and across the world.
As a Scot with an international perspective and global recognition, Andy sees the opportunity in supporting DHI’s aims of enabling dynamic and fast-paced transformation programmes for entrepreneurs to collaborate with the NHS in Scotland, third sector organisations, universities and citizens.Read more
Digital health is an exciting global market with endless growth possibilities over the next few years. The Digital Health and Care Institute is an important ambassador for the sector and the knowledge and enthusiasm of its team supports academics, businesses and health professionals make the most of their business ideas to improve Scotland’s health and to stimulate economic growth
Our work explores digital solutions that address specific areas. These have been selected for the potential impact they could have in improving approaches to how health and care is delivered and received.
If you want to develop an innovative digital health project or service we offer support throughout the innovation process from concept development through to adoption and integration into appropriate health and care settings.
No matter where you are in the development of your idea we can offer a diverse range of research and knowledge exchange services to ensure your digital health and care innovation is thoroughly considered and developed through solid research intelligence. Services include:
We can assist organisations with both strategy, procurement advice, project planning, business and commercial partnership arrangements and change management.
Our industry, health and care engagement services include:
All of these services are underpinned by thought leadership, navigation and signposting you to relevant supports, resources and potential collaborative opportunities across Scotland. Projects further along the development cycle can also benefit from our input to support routes to commercialisation and implementation into the health and care sector.Read more
Our commercial support services help innovative ideas or new products or services arch achieve traction in the sector delivering vital health and care outcomes, and include:
We are not only interested in assisting in the development of export opportunities for our local and national partners; but also to assist in creating opportunities for our international partners both locally and across a range of connected markets.Read more
From support to find appropriate funding through to international development we offer a range of services to help make your digital health ideas a reality. Services include:
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Find out how we select the projects we think are suitable to develop.LEARN MORE
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