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Our mission

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.

Recent News

15 February 2020

We are pleased to announce that our next Digital Academy Forum takes place on the 11th of March 2020. we have another exciting line up of speakers and demonstrations to share with you.

Please make sure you register your place early, as demand normally exceeds availability..

 

Some of the speakers announced include:

13 February 2020

The HSE Digital Academy in partnership with DPER and hosted by Deloitte, held a symposium on January 30th 2020 to showcase Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and its potential in automating administrative work and freeing up workers to do higher value added work.

Below is a summary of the event which included several NHS leaders presenting case studies and key learning’s from the application of RPA in the UK Health Service as well as a pilot case study from HBS.

Robotic Process Automation Symposium

January 30th, Deloitte, Dublin

7 February 2020

Health Innovation Hub’s Spark Ignite Innovation Competition 2020 is now open (link). This is open to all HSE staff across all disciplines and departments who have an idea for a solution to a problem, challenge, or unmet need in healthcare.

 

The application process is simple and straight forward:

6 February 2020

The OECD says that Healthcare is about a decade behind other industries in adoption of Digital Technologies and their recent report Health in the 21st Century” identifies Ireland as a laggard, particularly in the use of data in healthcare. Recent headlines around trolley counts in Ireland have brought into focus the potential for digital solutions to significantly alleviate the national bed capacity issue which, along other factors, continues to fuel the trolley crisis. While other industries such as manufacturing have long ago implemented automated process control, our hospital wards have generally not adopted this approach.

9 January 2020

The HSE Digital Academy Forum was held in the Main Boardroom in Dr Steevens Hospital on 11th December 2019. A Declaration of Public Service Innovation was signed by HSE CEO Paul Reid in the presence of Dr. Lucy Fallon Byrne, Assistant Secretary of Reform for DPER. The event was opened by the Director of Digital Transformation Professor Martin Curley. Prof. Curley welcomed us all to the event which he explained was organized as one of the key events in our public service 2020 innovation activity.  He outlined the agenda for the day which included speakers from the HSE, industry, academia, patient advocacy and politics.

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