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A space to innovate

The demonstration environment aims to allow innovators to quickly demonstrate technical capabilities to support service redesign in response to our challenges.

What is the demonstration & simulation environment? 

The environment is focused on:

  • The flow of data between health and care devices, apps and platforms.
  • How the digital services consumer market might influence health and care delivery.
  • How a citizen can use data and digital services to co-manage their own care on their own terms
  • How health and care professionals can make use of new types of data to co-manage care with the citizen and other professionals.

If you would like to register your interest in the demonstration & simulation environment with us please follow the links below.

What are aims of the demonstration environment?

The demonstration side of the environment focuses on:

  • Providing a place to depict new health and care service models and business models developed via DHI Challenges & Sponsored Projects.
  • Providing a place to depict new data sharing methods and link these to redesigned health and care services.
  • Bringing in new technical capabilities to help those who are redesigning health and care services understand the 'art of the possible'.
  • Offering industry and academia a place to bring technical capabilities that need to be understood in the context of service redesign in order to work well.

What are aims of the simulation environment?

The simulation side of the environment focuses on:

  • Connecting systems across health and care services.
  • Connecting health and care systems with consumer systems.
  • Centring data sharing on the citizen - giving them power and control.
  • Allowing a citizen to activate services on their own terms.
  • Using the newly joined data sets to power new integrated and predictive models of care to support DHI Challenges and Sponsored Projects.
  • Reducing duplication and waste that results from holding data in silos.

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