The Digital Health & Care institute (DHI) is part of the Scottish Funding Council’s Innovation Centre Programme which is designed to support transformational collaboration between universities and businesses.
Find out more about DHI's Ambassador - Andy Murray
Our work focuses on exploring 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.
Our projects are at the cutting edge of solving known challenges in the delivery of health and social care services. Why not take a look at some of our recent projects and get inspired?
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.
Sign up and become a DHI member Take the first steps to becoming a member of DHI's community.
Learn about the Digital Health & Care Institute’s process and how we can help you make your innovative digital health idea a reality.
Before projects enter our innovation model they must demonstrate a combination of academic value, business value and civic value. They are also evaluated on their suitability regarding the DHI’s focus on achieving economic impact on Scotland.
Register to take part in the #DigiInventorsChallenge - Innovating for a fitter, healthier and happier, future for Scotland’s young people.
Meet our ambassador, Andy Murray, championing digital health and care solutions
We want to work with you to help develop solutions to health and care challenges in Scotland
We want to work with you to help digital health solutions become a reality
Are you a health & social care professional with an innovative health idea?
Are you a charity or third sector organisation helping transform health and care services for citizens?
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Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design 2016 is a Scottish Government initiative led by VisitScotland and supported by their partners.
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