The field of data-driven technologies in healthcare has seen massive
expansion over the past few years. With this comes huge potential to
improve patient experience and care, if these technologies are harnessed in
the right way. Central to making this vision a reality is smart regulation.
Unfortunately, it is often viewed as a burden or barrier to innovation.
To remedy this, Reform has been working in collaboration with NHSX
to produce several easily digestible sources of information which can be
used by innovators, medical practitioners, statutory bodies, regulators and
any other interested party to understand the full regulatory pipeline for
data-driven technologies in healthcare.
They have produced a series of videos which provide a high-level summary of the innovation journey and regulatory compliance process in the UK, for data-driven technologies in healthcare. You can watch them here .
They have also designed a high-level static map which gives an overview of the entire regulatory process.
They have created a dynamic standalone presentation with full details and hyperlinks to guidance from regulators and statutory bodies (to be viewed on a widescreen and in presentation mode).
Reform also contributed a chapter (titled Mapping the regulation journey) to the NHSX report Artificial Intelligence: How to get it right , published on 30 October 2019.
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