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Overview Researchers have used new artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to identify which patients with heart failure do, or do not, benefit from beta blockers. Their approach interrogates data...
21 October – Register now We are delighted to announce the next in our series of Better Care Insight Sharing Days. This popular series of events is a great opportunity for the wider health data...
The HDR UK Better Care Programme was founded on one clear vision: that patients across the UK will benefit from largescale data and advanced analytics, identifying what works best for them.
Denis Collen, who lives Type 2 Diabetes on taking part in RADAR reflects on how the impact of the research; while two project leads discuss the benefits of collaboration for this project
Innovative partnership with The Health Foundation delivers three projects that provide exemplar outputs for use of data-driven analytics in clinical practice.
Using hospital records, researchers from HDR UK's Better Care South West have provided valuable information for policymakers and care providers on different triage approaches and their outcomes.
At its core, a learning health system is about gathering and learning from patient health data, identifying and co-designing improvements, testing and evaluating those improvements,...
This project is using large-scale real-time data and analysis to help hospitals rapidly and more reliably predict when a patient with severe COVID might need intensive care.
This project is using real-world data to help patients and clinicians around the world assess the risk of having surgery while infected with COVID.