Funded by Scottish Funding Council and established by NHS24, University of Edinburgh & Glasgow School of Art; The Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI) is an Innovation Centre in partnership with Scottish Enterprise and Highlands and Islands Enterprise that aims to create an open community where industry will collaborate and work together with academia, health, care and social partners effectively on innovation opportunities which will create societal and economic benefits in Scotland.
The Digital Health & Care Institute innovation centre is part of the Scottish Funding Council’s long term investment programme to accelerate growth in key industries.
The Digital Health & Care Institute will draw together the expertise that is at its core, across medicine, design, business and informatics to create innovative and transformational solutions to health and social care delivery through their Innovation Model approach - Exploratory (Explore), Laboratory (Experience), and Factory (Exploit).
Throughout all three activities the Digital Health & Care Institute will build capability and expertise in digital health and care and embed innovations, and new ways of working, through an engaged and integrated approach to ensure sustainable innovation and provide economic stimulation and growth in Scotland.
For more information on the Digital Health & Care Institute please visit dhi-scotland.com