Digital innovation and more effective use of data plays a crucial role in system transformation and sustainability.

Our expertise and knowledge in digital health to improve access, reduce costs and raise quality can make this happen. Partnering with our digital health experts in Wessex means patients will benefit from tried and tested technology in areas such as telecare, telehealth, mHealth and eHealth.

Better use of technology and data is a pre-requisite to supporting and enabling the key developments needed to transform the health and care system. Wessex International Healthcare Consortium can provide the expertise and knowledge to;

  • bring care closer to home and out of the hospital
  • empower patients to take control of their health
  • reach out to communities in sparsely populated areas
  • give clinicians, managers and researchers the tools to plan and deliver care and develop more effective treatments
  • improve efficiency through the seamless transfer and analysis of vital information.

Wessex International Healthcare Consortium will provide expertise to enable and broker opportunities for the development of digital health within international healthcare organisations to deliver effective service delivery.

The Wessex region plays host to a whole spectrum of digital tech industries from large scale organisations such as IBM to the small innovative start-ups. The tech industry has grown nationally by 32% (2010 – 2014) Wessex however, has experienced a digital turnover growth for example in Southampton of up to 180% in the same period.

Wessex International Healthcare Consortium can provide advanced data analytics to enhance the development of Intelligence capability to support international organisations enhance the health of their population.

The development of intelligence capability for international clients will provide the development of population health management, risk stratification and cohort management, by enhancing the system’s ability to predict health risk for particular populations and designing interventions to mitigate those risks.