Partnerships

Our Data Research, Innovation and Virtual Environments (DRIVE) unit is forging partnerships with national and international leaders in digital innovation. Partnerships are core to our mission to champion the deployment of technology for the benefit of patients, their families and staff at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). In collaboration, we can leverage resource, expertise and opportunity, and we have worked on several exemplar projects with mutual benefits.

 

You can find some out about some of our partners below.

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GOSH and Roche Products Limited (Roche) have a collaborative working agreement that will help establish a new Clinical Informatics and Innovation Unit at GOSH as an exemplar in the NHS, alongside four key areas of focus:

  • Improve research capability and clinical decision support systems

  • Use digital tools to improve how we collect data from research and in clinical trials

  • Use anonymised real-world data to improve paediatric personalised healthcare

  • Improve clinical and research data using sensors, devices and wearable technology

Learn more about this collaboration on the GOSH and/or Roche website

GOSH and Sensyne Health, a UK-based clinical artificial intelligence company have a partnership to use clinical artificial intelligence to analyse anonymised patient data. This will allow us to work together to find new and better ways to treat rare and complex childhood diseases.

Under the agreement, Sensyne Health and GOSH will focus on three areas of AI in:

  • Paediatric drug discovery

  • Tools to support clinical decision making for children’s care

  • Clinical trial design to study historic data and create new ‘model’ data for comparison

Learn more about this collaboration on the GOSH and/or Sensyne Health website

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Zoom Video Communications, Inc. helps organizations globally to express ideas, connect to others, and build toward a future limited only by your imagination. The use of Zoom across the NHS has grown significantly over the last two years and we’ve seen NHS organizations enhance their delivery of care and patient experience by introducing virtual Zoom consultations and integrating it seamlessly with their electronic patient record system. We are proud to support GOSH NHS Trust to deliver outpatient appointments using Zoom and the DRIVE unit to innovate and deliver enhanced patient care.

The GOSH Charity have fund the Clinical Informatics Research Programme (CIRP) in close alignment with UCL.

The programme supports higher degrees, internships and secondments. We are encouraging our staff to engage with clinical informatics at all levels, whether it be to develop and implement new technologies or improve the uptake of new technology into clinical care.

NTT DATA’s partnership is focused on novel applications, combining hardware and software, such as holographic displays, augmented reality, AI-driven social robotics.


Tom Winstanley, Vice President said: “As the NTT DATA Group we are continuously investing in applied innovations that combine immersive experience technologies like AR, VR, haptics and social robotics with artificial intelligence: if done right their potential to enhance medical practice is massive and we are convinced that the DRIVE approach will help accelerate this revolution in the NHS.