Leeds Academic Health Partnership launched the Healthtech Catalyst in 2021. Working with our regional partners, the Healthtech Catalyst helped strengthen the ‘pathway’ innovators take to develop and deploy their ideas and new products into health and care.
To transform palliative and end-of-life care in Leeds, we linked and supported Leeds Beckett University’s work with the Leeds Palliative Care Network and 100 stakeholders to understand how to achieve this.
Whenever we use health and care services, the people who care for us record information – or data – about us. This helps them provide that care in the best possible ways. But how else can we use that data in ways that benefit the people of Leeds longer term?
Personalised medicine and health means taking a closer look at a person’s unique biology and tailoring healthcare to meet their individual needs more effectively. It moves away from the more conventional ‘one size fits all’ approach.