GDHP Secretariat is pleased to announce publication of the latest Global Digital Health Partnership (GDHP) white paper, “AI for healthcare: Creating an international approach together.”
Digital health, including AI-driven technologies, is a growing, dynamic and fast-paced industry. It is, therefore, important that comprehensive information is gathered and shared on the state of progress of research into AI and the implementation of AI-driven technologies both nationally and internationally. Additionally, it is important that decisions about the use of AI-driven technologies in health systems are aligned with the evidence, and that policymakers have the capabilities and confidence to not fall foul of the hype surrounding AI.
This white paper outlines four strategic categories and associated policy recommendations to support policymakers to implement AI-driven technologies into their health system:
All insight, recommendations and international case studies within this white paper are grounded in information and experience shared by GDHP member countries. As stated by the GDHP Policy Environments Work Stream Chair:
"We are grateful to all those from NHS AI Lab and others who participated in the work to produce this report. It is clear that this is an area of keen interest for GDHP members and we hope the report and experiences of NHSX team will help individual member countries in making use of AI to improve the care they give their patients." Mr. Tim Donohoe, Director of Delivery, Assurance and Operations (NHSX) and Chair, Policy Environments Work Stream
This research was conducted and produced by NHSX's National Health Service (NHS) Artificial Intelligence (AI) Lab (https://www.nhsx.nhs.uk/ai-lab/) on behalf of the GDHP. The NHS AI Lab, established in August 2019, is streamlining the development and deployment of practical applications of data-driven technolgies into the NHS in the United Kingdom.
We hope the insight and recommendations shared in this paper provide crucial policy guidance on developing and deploying AI-driven technologies into practice for the international health community.
The GDHP Secretariat is delighted to announce that the second set of GDHP white papers have been published.
The Global Digital Health Partnership (GDHP) facilitates global collaboration and co-operation in the implementation of digital health services. There is currently no similar international forum to share best practice and enable co-working in digital health. Presently 30 Countries and WHO are the members of this partnership. Participating countries are engaging in an international dialogue to learn and share lessons on effective policy design and practical delivery implementation of digital health services.
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The whitepapers were finalised following the fourth GDHP Summit held in New Delhi, India on 25–26 February 2019 and share country experiences of digital health in key areas of challenge and debate on five key focus areas: clinical and consumer engagement, evidence and evaluation, interoperability, cyber security and policy environments.Read More
These reports aim to share country experiences of digital health in key areas of challenge and debate to aid in the presenting of persuasive positions for planning, prioritised investments, strategic approaches, and evaluation of digital health initiatives.Read More
Digital health leaders have recently come together in London at the third Global Digital Health Partnership (GDHP) summit, to collaborate and share their experiences, and to support the improved delivery of digital health services around the world. The leaders represented 23 countries and territories and the World Health Organisation (WHO). Following the summit on 3-4 September, representatives attended the Health and Care Innovation Expo on 5-6 September and the NHS Digital showcase on 7 September in Manchester.
Chair of the Global Digital Health Partnership and Chief Executive of the Australian Digital Health Agency, Mr Tim Kelsey commented on the significance...Read More