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HSE Digital Transformation consists of:
- Digital Academy
- Open Innovation
- Digital Innovation Lab
- Digital Academy Forum (DAF)
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Digital Innovation Services & Solutions
Drive HSE Digital Competence, Capability, Capacity and Change to support the rapid adoption of disruptive Digital Health technologies to enable better citizen and patient outcomes.
Thank you to everyone who recently joined our Q3 Digital Academy Forum. For anyone who was unable to attend our recent Digital Academy Forum Q3 Webinar event (16th September 2021), you can now watch back the whole event below.
A list of presentations and slides (PDF's uploaded soon) from the event are also available to view as follows:
It was with great pleasure to recently see the inaugural cohort of students graduate from the MSc. in Digital Health Transformation at the University of Limerick (Sep 2021).
Many of our students have kindly agreed to share a summary of their Final Year Projects (2021). Please see below the projects, including a project summary and a video explaining the project.
HSE Digital Transformation - MSc. in Digital Health Transformation. Student Final Year Projects 2021
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Following the summer break, we are delighted to announce our Q3 Digital Academy Forum, in partnership with EIT Health, takes place via webinar on Thursday 16th September 2021 from 14:00 to 16:00. We have yet another superb line-up of speakers for you to listen to and learn from including:
The Government recently launched the National Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy for Ireland and serves as a road-map for how Ireland can leverage the potential of AI for unlocking productivity, for addressing societal challenges, and for delivering public services including health.
Pictured at MSc. Digital Health Transformation inaugural orientation day on 16th December 2019 are (left to right):
* Professor Ann Ledwith, Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies, University of Limerick
* Mr. Ross Cullen (Digital Innovation Manger at HSE Digital Transformation)
* Ms. Loretto Grogan (HSE National Clinical Information Officer – Nursing and Midwifery)
* Ms. Ann O'Shea, Chief Officer, HSE CHO Area 7)
* Prof. Martin Curley (Director of HSE Digital Transformation and Innovation)