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|Benefiting the NHS & potential UK exports|
A new technology innovation centre opened at Great Ormond Street Hospital last week is intended to transform the use of technology including AI in healthcare & improve patient outcomes.
The state-of-the-art unit, called DRIVE – Digital, Research, Informatics and Virtual Environments – is the first of its kind in the world. It is both a physical & conceptual unit and is the result of a unique partnership between NHS Digital, Great Ormond Street Hospital, University College London and leading industry experts in technology, artificial intelligence and digital innovation.
The DRIVE unit will be a ‘hot-house’ for exploration activity, a rich environment for our technologists to work alongside industry & academic colleagues, and the launchpad for concepts which can be ‘scaled-up’ within our delivery programs or within regional and local technology programmes across the system.
We see the potential for deployment of cross-sector commodity technology across many different areas of our work. Our first 3 areas of focus will be:
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