The Cancer Information System Programme is a Scottish Funding Council collaborative programme between three Innovation Centres (Digital Health & Care Institute; The Data Lab and Stratified Medicine) in partnership with industry and clinical teams. The objective of this project is to develop a prototype Cancer Intelligence System (CIS) directed towards fulfilling the needs of cancer patients and clinicians in improving care and cancer outcomes for patients in Scotland.
We are seeking partners that are interested in working together to develop a new system or apply existing technologies to this programme.
Benefits to industry partners include:
- Enhanced corporate social responsibility for your organisation,
- Access to work with Innovation centre resources and services, and some of Scotland’s top Clinicians and Academia
By combing and exploiting existing data sets and unstructured information sources it is envisaged that the CIS shall generate new insights into patient outcomes and clinical treatment efficacy and variability. The goal is to use these insights to improve cancer patient treatments and outcomes in Scotland.
You can find out more information on the Cancer Intelligent System here.
Interested organisations are invited to respond by noting interest through PCS AND submitting the completed CCF form indicating the work-stream areas to which they could contribute expertise and/or technology, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applicants is the 20th November 2015.