News (eHealth)

Edinburgh Napier Frailty Work Showcased At Scottish Parliament
Edinburgh Napier University, through initial funding from Interface Online, have been engaging in a research project with CM2000, and which is partly funded by the Digital Health & care Institute (DHI). On 17 January 2017, CM2000, Edinburgh Napier University, the DHI and East Dunbartonshire...
18/01/2017 Seminar
Professor Aims To Show The Most Comprehensive Machine Learning Analysis of Health and Social Care in Scotland Ever!
Professor Bill Buchanan has been developing computer models which analysis billions and billions of interactions within health and social, and then fits machine learning models to these. His talk on Wednesday at Data in Health and Social Care conference will present the models which are the best...
02/10/2016 Seminar
Professor To Present Major Findings on Health and Social Care in Scotland at Holyrood Data Conference
IntroductionProfessor Bill Buchanan has been invited to present on health and social profiles in Scotland at the Data Forum 2016 conference on 27 September 2016 in Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh (and hosted by Holyrood Connect here).
09/08/2016 Invited Presentation
07/07/2016 Munich, Germany Conference Programme Committee
We Want To Build A Better World ... And You're Part of It!
In The Cyber Academy, we want to build a better world ... a fairer one ... a more robust one ... a smarter one ... and a healthier one. You may not know it but we've been working on one of the greatest barriers to the advancement of health and social care in the UK ...
28/06/2016 Conference Organisation
Research group innovates in health and social care integration
Interface have showcased the work of Adrian Smales and Prof Bill Buchanan in their successful collaboration with CM2000 [here]. After two successful projects funded partially through Innovation Vouchers, the work continues with a grant from DHI (Digital Health and Care Insitute).
26/06/2015 Media and Outreach Activity
Mobile application uses predictive analytics to identify patients at risk and reduce hospital admissions
A ‘well-being’ App has been developed that will benefit frail and vulnerable people being cared for in their own homes by helping prevent accidents and injuries and therefore will ultimately reduce hospital admissions. The pioneering technology uses predictive analytics, and addresses the...
25/06/2014 Media and Outreach Activity
Big Data Collaboration Aims to Improve Health and Social Care
A unique collaboration between Edinburgh Napier University and CM2000 aims to use Big Data methods to predict the early signs of frailty, and thus pre-empting expensive hospital based care. If successful, this is likely to save £millions in terms of health care, along with supporting improved care...
17/04/2014 Media and Outreach Activity
New Follow-on Innovation Voucher aims to integrate Big Data around Health and Social in Scotland
IntroductionAfter the success of an initial research project, the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) has approved a follow-on innovation project for a collaboration between CM2000 and Edinburgh Napier University. The total funding is £40,000, and which is partially funded by CM2000.
25/03/2014 Other News
As we move into an information age there are many opportunities to share and integrate data from many different sources, in order to provide holistic care. A key focus of this is the provision of pre-emptive diagnosis, which aims to predict illness and put in place care plans to improve the...
28/06/2013 Friday 28 June, 09:30, Merchiston Campus Seminar
Cloud4Health won a 2nd prize for Best IT Project at Digital Innovation Awards in Glasgow:
22/06/2012 Award