Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre Phase 2 – Year 4 Annual Report (Aug 2022 to July 2023)

Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI)

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Abstract

This Year 4 annual report highlights DHIs significant impact in the past year. DHI has advanced various strategic initiatives, including crafting our 10-year strategy, which played a pivotal role in shaping the SFC Infrastructure Investment case and presentation. Furthermore, we’ve successfully transformed our headquarters in Glasgow to create a more agile and inspiring space. This newly configured HQ features a dedicated creative area, Demonstration and Simulation cell pod for the ‘Art of the Possible’ to come alive, and an environment that promotes flexible working for both our staff and partners. What sets DHI apart from similar institutions is our unique fusion of technical, service, and business innovation capabilities. We intentionally leverage our assets to assemble teams with the right skills required to support our partners, encompassing engagement, facilitation, technical expertise, research, and service/programme management. Design, particularly design research, plays a pivotal role across our portfolio of activities. Our founding partner, GSA, integrates design and creative practices as a distinctive feature, making our collaboration truly unique in the innovation landscape. This approach brings to life our design research capabilities, now recognised as crucial by innovative organisations across all sectors. It often results in solutions that are sufficiently mature in terms of development and readiness for adoption.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Number of pages20
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2023

Keywords

  • digital health
  • health care innovation
  • digital mental health

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