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Data Analytics Dementia Pathfinder Programme

The Health and Social Care Board (HSCB) has been successful in an eHealth and Data Analytics Dementia Pathfinder Programme bid which has been part funded by the NI Executive Office, Atlantic Philanthropies and Department of Health.

This Programme has two related strands – one of which is focused on building the capacity to collect and use dementia data to improve the planning and commissioning of efficient, effective and value for money dementia services, and to create a platform that can be utilised to enable data driven care-planning solutions across the health and social care system.

Priority Areas

Projects which focus on using data to address the following priority areas within a Northern Ireland context, which has been developed in consultation with key stakeholders including service users, health professionals and commissioners:

Projects funded in July to September 2018.

Projects Funded in December 2018 to February 2019

In December 2018, HSCB eHealth sought for further data analytics projects aimed at improving our understanding of dementia in Northern Ireland and informing better services and support for people with dementia and planning for the future.

Out of the 12 submissions for full projects received. To-date, nine projects have been approved and have successfully received funding.

Successful applicants and teams who have secured funding as part of a programme using data and technology to help improve our understanding of dementia

Successful applicants and teams who have secured funding as part of a programme using data and technology to help improve our understanding of dementia pictured with (far left) Soo Hun, from the Health and Social Care Board and Angela Hodkinson, from The Atlantic Philanthropies.


Videos

Link to DARUG videos on Vimeo