Aimed at improving the digital health landscape, the United Kingdom and India have committed to work together to promote “Joint Research and policy engagement on health data for predictive and precision healthcare focusing on machine learning and artificial intelligence”, as part of the 2030 Roadmap. To better understand the current scenario and areas that need to be prioritised to create a sustained impact, the Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office is commissioning a study.
We have been engaged to study and compile a list of institutions working in the field of digital health in the United Kingdom and India. The study will also identify the core strengths and weaknesses of these institutions, as well as areas of opportunity if they collaborate and potential challenges that may arise because of collaboration. In addition, we will map institutions that complement one another in terms of
their expertise and identify existing collaborations to reduce duplication.
- Creating, collating, and synthesising baseline data from organisations in the UK working on digital health-related systems.
- Creating, collating, and synthesising baseline data from organisations in India working on digital health-related systems.
- Preparing draft baseline report following the generation of baseline data.