In the current era of digital and technological innovation, new technologies seem to appear every day. However, in the crowded market of smart phones, tablets, gaming applications and consoles fantastic, innovative and practical products and services can be lost in the noise.
Andy Murray turns focus to global health as he becomes an ambassador for Scotland’s Digital Health & Care Institute
International tennis superstar Andy Murray has teamed up with one of Scotland’s leading innovation centres to highlight the potential of technology to provide more efficient and effective health and care services in the UK and across the world.
The Digital Health & Care Institute is participating in TITTAN, a European project to foster innovation in the Health Sector
Active and Healthy Aging are a common challenge through Europe, and within TITTAN, 7 European regions have come together to improve the quality and performance of their Regional Health Care Systems through knowledge exchange and innovation.
Part 12 of DHI’s wearables blog series exploring what impact wearable technology has within healthcare.
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