The Connected Health pillar is the first research theme launched by Tyree IHealthE in 2021. This research theme has a clinical and academic lead and in 2021 the Catalyst Awards were launched to recognise outstanding ideas, and support projects working in the Connected Health space.
The ultimate goal of connected health is to design a system in which anyone involved in the care of a patient can have easy access to the tools and information they need to support that patient’s health – including the patient themselves.
You can learn more about the work Tyree IHealthE does with industry, read about recent projects, and browse current capabilities by downloading the 2022 Tyree IHealthE Connected Health Prospectus. If you are interested in knowing more, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Latest News | 1 June 2023
We invite you to complete the Connected Health Pillar survey
The Tyree IHealthE Connected Health pillar spans research in the following areas:
• Collection: acquiring health data using new or existing sensors for improved clinical outcomes
• Interpretation: using/analysing health data and predictive analysis
• Application: taking insights from predictive analysis to build clinical decision support tools
• Integration: sharing and storing health data to enable creation of innovative digital models for shared care
As we grow and develop this pillar, we invite you to register your interest; the information submitted will assist in the development of new collaborations and opportunities for translation, facilitated by Tyree IHealthE. If you do any work in the Connected Health area, or are interested in expanding your knowledge by becoming a member of the pillar, could you please complete the following survey.