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DHI's Key Areas of Exploration

Chute, Chaloner (2018) DHI's Key Areas of Exploration. Digital Health & Care Institute, Glasgow.

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Through all of its Scottish Government sponsored challenges, DHI is exploring the following questions. How can services be redesigned from the outset to be citizen centred, accessible and usable? DHI is in the scoping stage of a challenge titled the ‘Future of Care’, which looks at how new types of digital data sharing, communication and coordination can support the delivery of ‘citizen centred’ and ‘integrated’ health and care objectives. It will draw use cases from DHI’s other challenges to ensure solutions can be deployed across many different types of services.