Congratulations to Dr Daniel Regan, Patrick Slevin and Prof Gerardine Doyle for being awarded the runner up of the best paper competition at the 32nd Patient Classification Systems International (PCSI) conference, which was recently held in Dublin on October 4th to 7th. In receiving the award, the paper was judged by the scientific committee of the […]
ARCH congratulates Industry Members, Kinesis Health Technologies, on winning a ‘Start Up of the Year’ Award last night at the Dat Sci Awards 2016.
With the global economy becoming more and more data influenced, and data-driven thinking being extended into every facet of life, Ireland is being primed to capture a large slice of this market, […]
In a Special Issue of the Journal of Software Evolution and Process, the aim is to extend the Connected Health field within Software Engineering by identifying the limitations of the existing theories and to develop new or revised theories of Software Engineering for Connected Health.
A wide range of contributions are being sought and broad participation […]
New ARCH Report Published: How Innovation-Ready are Healthcare Organisations in Ireland for eHealth? – Views from Clinical Staff
Implementing digital healthcare initiatives at scale is notoriously difficult. Having carried out a variety of previous studies on the overall barriers and enablers to the uptake of connected health solutions nationally and internationally , it is clear that organisational-readiness for change is a key success factor for implementing eHealth at scale.
In order to ascertain the level […]
What is the HealthTech Pre-Accelerator Programme?
The HealthTech pre-accelerator is a partnership initiative between NDRC and e-Health Ireland, with the aim of surfacing digital health the potential to disrupt and solve global healthcare challenges.
HealthTech is looking for health tech startups with a vision to create a new healthcare future. Health is being revolutionised from the outside […]
Are you interested in working in the field of Connected Health? If so, you’re in luck as we are now hiring! Two new exciting positions are now available at ARCH.
A 6 month contract position for a Research Assistant with experience in informatics, computational biology, systems biology or similar is now available at ARCH. The project […]
The Applied Research for Connected Health (ARCH) has published a report into the findings from the public consultation on Electronic Health Records (EHRs) conducted by eHealth Ireland earlier this year. The consultation sought to capture the opinions of both healthcare professionals and the public with regard to the potential roll-out of EHRs in Ireland.
The report […]
The European Commission has recently initiated the development of guidelines for assessing data validity and reliability of mHealth apps. Public authorities from EU Member States, civil society organisations representing patients and professionals, research institutions and industry representatives with expertise in developing health apps are working together in a working group to draft the guidelines by […]
The NDRC recently announced a new call for NDRC Catalyser. This investment programme is aimed at start-ups and founder teams with deep domain expertise and novel technology that address a significant unmet market need or problem.
An investment of up to €100k is being offered along with significant support and mentoring through a 6 month acceleration […]
ARCH, (Applied Research for Connected Health), the Enterprise Ireland and IDA funded Technology Centre, today announced the appointment of two new industry members to strengthen its steering committee.
Joining the Centre’s steering committee are Conor O’Byrne, CEO, RelateCare and Brendan Casey, CEO, swiftQueue.
ARCH is hosted at University College Dublin (UCD) where researchers with clinical, engineering, technology, […]