Transforming great ideas into real digital health & care solutions
DHI are a national resource, established in 2013 and funded by the Scottish Government and Scottish Funding Council (SFC). We’re a partnership between the Glasgow School of Art and the University of Strathclyde.
We play a pivotal role in creating collaborative projects to health and care challenges facing Scottish communities. Our focus is creating person centred, innovative and digital, solutions that will have a positive impact on society. To do this, we work with:
- Enterprise organisations
- Third sector
Areas of focus
- Service innovation
- Business innovation
- Technical innovation
What we do
- We collaborate to identify, develop and deliver digital solutions to improve health & care and provide sustainable and inclusive growth for Scotland
- We support the essential transformation of health & care services in Scotland
- We provide opportunities for our academic and industry partners to evidence impact and gain market traction
Connect with us
The DHI has a wealth of knowledge and experience in developing digital health and care solutions.
We have a number of core capabilities that enable us to tailor projects to the needs of our stakeholders.
We have developed a proven, 5-step, innovation process model and have an extensive project portfolio of examples of what is possible, when implemented.
If you have a challenge and would like us to help develop a digital health and care solution, please get in touch via the details below.
CSIC (Construction Scotland Innovation Centre)
IBioIC (Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre)